Olena Fedonenko, Tetyana Sharamok, Tamila Ananieva, Вiochemical Parameters of Blood in Fish from Zaporozhian Reservoir, Volume 51, International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 51)
    It had been determined the contents of total protein, albumin, glucose, urea and activity of alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), α-amylase in 4-years old individuals of both sexes of prussian carp (<i>Carassius</i> <i>gibelio</i> Bloch, 1782) and roach (<i>Rutilus</i> <i>rutilus</i> Linnaeus, 1758) in different parts of the Zaporozhian Reservoir (Ukraine). The level of biochemical parameters depended on the extent of anthropogenic impact on the aquatic environment. Comparing to the prussian carp, Zaporozhian Reservoir roach was established to have a higher vulnerability to the effects of pollutants, that is why it can serve as a kind of test bioindicator for testing hydroecological system ihtiotoxicity.
    Biochemical Parameters, Blood Serum, Prussian Carp, Roach, Zaporozhian Reservoir