Russian Journal of Ecology. Vol. 31, No. 4, 2000, pp. 278--280. Translated from Ekologiya, No. 4, 2000, pp. 304-306. Original Russian Text Copyright 9 2000 by Rudneva, Chesalina, Kuz 'minova. SHORT COMMUNICATIONS I. I. Rudneva ~, T. L. Chesalina i, and N. S. Kuz'minova 2 1 Institute of the Biology of Southern Seas, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, pr. Nakhimova 2, Sevastopol, 335011 Ukraine 2 Sevastopol Technical University, Studgorodok, Sevastopol, 335024 Ukraine Received December 15, 1998 Key words: model populations, mullet, fuel oil, antioxidant enzymes. oCoastal marine ecosystems are strongly affected by sea water. Water temperature in all experiments was oil pollution. Our previous investigations showed that 20-22~ fish at the early stages of ontogeny are the most vulnera- To analyze biochemical parameters, we used extracts ble. Their response to excessive concentrations of oil and obtained by homogenizing two to three juveniles in petroleum products is manifested in the abnormal devel- 0.85% sodium chloride solution and centrifuging the opment of embryos and larvae, their decreased viability, homogenate at 10000 g in the cold. The activities of anti- development of various pathologies, and activation of oxidant enzymes---catalase (EC 126.96.36.199), superoxide protective molecular systems (Chesalina and Rudneva, dismutase (SOD, EC
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