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Title: Stress proteins concentration in caged Cyprinus carpioas a tool to monitor ecological stability in a model dam reservoir
Authors: Babczyńska, Agnieszka
Tarnawska, Monika
Łaszczyca, Piotr
Migula, Paweł
Łozowski, Bartosz
Woźnica, Andrzej
Irnazarow, Ilgiz
Augustyniak, Maria
Keywords: biomonitoring; dam reservoir; Cyprinus carpio; water protection; metallothioneins; caging experiment
Issue Date: 2021
Citation: "Archives of Environmental Protection" Vol. 47, No 1 (2021), s. 101-111
Abstract: Variability of stress proteins concentration in caged carp exposed to transplantation experiment model dam reservoir was caused only by natural (climatic and biological) conditions. Thus, the reference data of stress proteins concentration range in young carp individuals were obtained. Metallothionein, HSP70 and HSP90 protein concentrations as biomarkers were assayed in the livers, gills and muscles of six-month-old (summer) or nine-month-old (autumn) carp individuals in relation to the site of encaging, season (summer or autumn), the term of sampling (1, 2 or 3 weeks after the transplantation) and tissue. Physicochemical analyses of the condition of water as well as pollution detection were conducted during each stage of the experiment. As the result of this study, the range of the variability of the stress protein concentration in young carp individuals was obtained. According to the analyses of the aquatic conditions of a reservoir with no detectable pollutants, we conclude that the variability in the stress protein concentration levels in the groups that were compared is solely the result of the natural conditions. Future regular monitoring of the reservoir using the transplantation method and young carp individuals will be both possible and reliable. Moreover, the range of variability in the stress protein concentrations that were measured in the young C. carpio individuals acquired from the model dam reservoir in relation to all of the studied factors may be applied in the monitoring of any other similar reservoir.
DOI: 10.24425/aep.2021.136452
ISSN: 2083-4772
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