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Effects of Temperature on SDH and LDH Activities in Skeletal Muscle,Liver and Brain of Tissues of Eremias multiocellata
Author of the article:ZHANG Jian-hong, HOU Tian-de, WANG Xiao-long, ZHANG Jian-ping, CHENG Fang, YAO Mei-xian, MA Li-ping,
Author's Workplace:(College of Life Sciences, Northwest Normal University, Lanzhou 730070, China)
Key Words: Eremias multiocellata; SDH; LDH; temperature
Abstract:The relationship between temperature and the activities of SDH and LDH were studied in skeletal muscle, liver and brain of Eremias multiocellata. The results showed that the SDH activity in all the three kinds of tissues increased as the temperature went up to 35, but then decreased when the temperature was further elevated. The optimum temperature for SDH activity might be 35. LDH activity in the three kinds of tissues increased with the temperature rising at all the tested temperatures. SDH and LDH activities in brain were higher than those in the other two kinds of tissues. It is concluded that SDH and LDH activities are adapted to the energy metabolism in tissues.
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