Amino-acid absorption by developing herring eggs View Full Text


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1977-11

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D. Siebers, H. Rosenthal

ABSTRACT

14C-glycine absorption by eggs of the herringClupea harengus from a 2 µM solution at 15°C depends on the stage of embryonic development. Unidirectional14C-glycine influx rates are small at early stages: 0.6 ± 0.1 and 0.5 ± 0.1 pmoles egg−1 h−1 in embryos 5 h and 28 h after fertilization, respectively. They increase drastically about 51 h after fertilization (prior to blastopore closure) to 3.7 ± 0.9 pmoles egg−1 h−1. Glycine uptake steadily continues to increase almost until hatching (maximum values = 18.8 ± 2.7 pmoles egg−1 h−1), decreasing slightly prior to hatching. Distribution ratios (radioactivity µl−1 of egg volume: radioactivity µl−1 ambient medium) exceed the equilibrium ratio of 1 between 51 h and 78 h after fertilization, reaching values of 4.7 two days prior to hatching, thus suggesting the presence of a transport mechanism capable of transferring the amino acid against the concentration gradient. Curves for concentration-dependent14C-glycine and14C-α-aminoisobutyric acid absorption are very similar; they consist of a linear portion at higher concentrations and a saturable component, indicating a mediated uptake process. Calculations performed by means of aminoacid absorption rates and O2 uptake data suggest that herring eggs scarcely obtain nutritional benefits from absorption of dissolved amino acids in natural spawning areas. More... »

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464-472

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