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[Les Variations De La Courbe Métabolisme / Température De Gammarus Pulex (L.) Et Gammarus Fossarum Koch (Amphipodes) Sous L'Influence De Divers Facteurs Écologiques, Les Variations De La Courbe Métabolisme / Température De Gammarus Pulex (L.) Et Gammarus Fossarum Koch (Amphipodes) Sous L'Influence De Divers Facteurs Écologiques]

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[The M/T curves of G. pulex and G. fossarum demonstrate the existence of specific physiological differences between these two species. The respiratory metabolism of G. pulex is largely influenced by certain factors studied, i.e. temperature, stream velocity and substrate. This species seems to be adapted to variable biotopes, especially at temperatures above 15° C. At these temperatures it disposes of greater energetic reserves than does G. fossarum. The respiratory metabolism of G. fossarum shows a certain stability. It is not influenced by stream velocity and is only slightly influenced by temperature and substrate. This species seems to be adapted to specialized biotopes with running water and low temperatures, in which it has a competitive advantage over G. pulex. These physiological characters appear to be correlated with the ecological and geographical distribution of both species., The M/T curves of G. pulex and G. fossarum demonstrate the existence of specific physiological differences between these two species. The respiratory metabolism of G. pulex is largely influenced by certain factors studied, i.e. temperature, stream velocity and substrate. This species seems to be adapted to variable biotopes, especially at temperatures above 15° C. At these temperatures it disposes of greater energetic reserves than does G. fossarum. The respiratory metabolism of G. fossarum shows a certain stability. It is not influenced by stream velocity and is only slightly influenced by temperature and substrate. This species seems to be adapted to specialized biotopes with running water and low temperatures, in which it has a competitive advantage over G. pulex. These physiological characters appear to be correlated with the ecological and geographical distribution of both species.]

Affiliations: 1: Département de Biologie Animale et Zoologie, Université Claude-Bernard-Lyon I, Villeurbanne, France

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