KEY WORDS: Oyster, sulphide, Crassostrea gigas, clearance rate, oxygen consumption, pyruvate kinase, phosphoenolpyruvate carboxykinase, alanine, succcinate, electron transport system, AEC, ATP
At the mitochondrial level, the synthesis and degradation of the macroenzymes of the electron transport system (ETS) is a function of the respiratory requirements of marine organisms (Owens & King 1975).
The adenylate energy charge (AEC) was measured, and the activity of the respiratory chain was evaluated by measuring the electron transport system (ETS) activity (Madon et al.
The activity of the electron transport system decreased significantly in oyster exposed to sulphide for 10 days.
Seasonal changes in the respiratory electron transport system (ETS) and respiration of the zebra mussel, Dreissena polymorpha in Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.
In situ estimation of zebra mussel metabolic rates using the electron transport system (ETS) assay.
Compared with unrestrained plants under the same lights, the test plants showed marked destruction of chlorophyll and decreased activity within the electron transport system
that converts sunlight into energy for the plant.