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PHYSIOLOGICAL RESPONSES IN Lutjanus peru (Nichols and Murphy, 1922): COMPARISON OF SEASONALITY AND CAPTURE SITE.

Apolinar Santamaria-Miranda, Marco Antonio Liera Sandoval, Máximo Garcia Marciano, Urfila V. Peláez Estrada  & Juan Pablo Apún Molina
 
Centro Interdisciplinario de Investigación para el Desarrollo Integral Regional Unidad Sinaloa, Boulevard Juan de Dios Bátiz Paredes 250, Guasave, Sinaloa, México C.P. 81101, Instituto Politécnico Nacional.  E-mail: asantama@ipn.mx

In recent years it has increased interest in L. peru lead to aquaculture. There are several technological advances that have been developed to achieve this goal, however, have not yet hematologic and blood biochemistry values of reference, which are veterinary basic tools to determine changes in the health status of organisms. In the present study it is to establish benchmarks to support the determination of health status, and the reproductive cycle of the species and seasonal effects on these. For this study fish caught in two different areas of the North Mexican Pacific (Mazatlán and Topolobampo) during the four seasons, they have been determined blood biochemical values (triglycerides, cholesterol, glucose and total protein) by size and sex. Fish caught were varied weights and sizes (29.4 to 1031.2 g. And 14.1 to 45 cm respectively). The reference range for triglycerides and cholesterol was similar (52-603 60-633 and mg / dL respectively); intervals for glucose were 4.5-151 mg / dL; The data generated will help establish information that contributes to the sustainable management of wild populations of L. peru, by fishing and management measures potential use in crop biotechnology and mariculture.










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