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Biochemical composition and adenylate energy charge shifts in longfin yellowtail (Seriola rivoliana) embryos during development under different temperatures

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The longfin yellowtail Seriola rivoliana is an emerging species for aquaculture diversification worldwide and production relies on fertilized eggs from captive broodstock. Temperature is the main factor that influences the developmental process and success during fish ontogeny. However, the effects of temperature on the utilization of the main biochemical reserves and bioenergetics are scarcely investigated in fish, whereas protein, lipid and carbohydrate metabolism have critical roles in maintaining cellular energy homeostasis. In this context, we aimed to evaluate metabolic fuels (protein, lipids, triacylglicerides, carbohydrates), adenylic nucleotides and derivates (ATP, ADP, AMP, IMP), and the adenylate energy charge (AEC) during embryogenesis and in hatched larvae in S. rivoliana at different temperatures. For this purpose, fertilized eggs were incubated at six constant (20, 22, 24, 26, 28 and 30 degrees C) and two oscillating (21 reversible arrow 29 degrees C) temperatures. Biochemical analyses were made at blastula, optic vesicles, neurula, prehatch and hatch periods. Results indicated that the developmental period had a major influence on the biochemical composition at any temperature regime tested during the incubation. Protein content decreased only at hatching mainly due to the loss of the chorion, total lipids tended to increase at the neurula period and variations in carbohydrates depended on the particular spawn analyzed. Triacylglicerides were a critical egg fuel during hatching. The high AEC during embryogenesis and even in hatched larvae sug-gested an optimal energy balance regulation. The lack of critical biochemical changes from different temperature regimes during embryo development confirmed that this species exhibits a high adaptive capacity in response to constant and fluctuating temperatures. However, the timing of hatching was the most critical period of devel-opment, where biochemical components and energy utilization significantly changed. The oscillating tempera-tures tested may have physiological advantages without detrimental energetic effects that will require further research on larval quality after hatching.
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hal-04021391 , version 1 (09-03-2023)

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Nairoby Pacheco-Carlon, Rosa L. Salgado-Garcia, Danitzia A. Guerrero-Tortolero, Edouard Kraffe, Ilie S Racotta. Biochemical composition and adenylate energy charge shifts in longfin yellowtail (Seriola rivoliana) embryos during development under different temperatures. Journal of Thermal Biology, 2023, 112, pp.103470. ⟨10.1016/j.jtherbio.2023.103470⟩. ⟨hal-04021391⟩
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