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Original article | Acta Natura et Scientia 2020, Vol. 1(1) 12-23

Seasonal Changes in the Lipid and Fatty Acid Profile of Pomadasys stridens (Forsskål, 1775) Caught from Mersin Bay

Mısra Bakan, Nuray Çiftçi & Deniz Ayas

pp. 12 - 23   |  DOI: https://doi.org/10.29329/actanatsci.2020.313.3   |  Manu. Number: MANU-2101-09-0005

Published online: December 31, 2020  |   Number of Views: 37  |  Number of Download: 280


Abstract

The seasonal changes in the total lipid and fatty acid profile of Pomadasys stridens, which were caught from Mersin Bay, were examined. Total lipid changes were found as 4.09%, 7.54%, 2.56%, and 1.81% in spring, summer, autumn, and winter seasons, respectively. A total of 30 fatty acids were defined in the muscle tissue by GC analysis. Among these, the major fatty acids are saturated fatty acids such as (SFA) palmitic acid (C16:0) and stearic acid (C18:0), monounsaturated fatty acids as oleic acid (C18:1n9c) and 11-docosenoic acid (C22:1n11), and polyunsaturated fatty acids as eicosapentaenoic acid (C20:5n3), and docosahexaenoic acid (C22:6n3). Palmitic acid and stearic acid varied in the range of 16.92-22.74%, and 8.06-13.86%; and they were found at the level of 297.82-1567.14 mg/100g and 182.49-555.46 mg/100g, respectively. Oleic acid and 11-docosenoic acid varied in the range11.54-21.32% and 2.99-4.98%, and they were determined to range 251.20-1436.89 mg/100g and 72.56-206.06 mg/100g, respectively. Eicosapentaenoic acid (EPA) and docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) varied in the range of 3.58-5.45% and 5.57-13.42%; the levels of EPA and DHA were found 55.27-324.59 mg/100g and 153.12-492.90 mg/100g, respectively. TheΣn3, Σn6, Σn9 fatty acid levels of P. stridens changed between 10.65-19.41%, 3.45-4.50%, 12.59-22.72%; and they were found 233.75-733.95 mg/100g, 68.40-237.76 mg/100g, 271.12-1531.99 mg/100g respectively. The change intervals of the atherogenicity index (Ai) and thrombogenicity index (Ti) levels during the year were determined as 0.32-0.42% and 0.39-0.51%, respectively.

Keywords: Mersin Bay, Pomadasys stridens, Lipid, Fatty acids


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Bakan, M., Ciftci, N. & Ayas, D. (2020). Seasonal Changes in the Lipid and Fatty Acid Profile of Pomadasys stridens (Forsskål, 1775) Caught from Mersin Bay . Acta Natura et Scientia, 1(1), 12-23. doi: 10.29329/actanatsci.2020.313.3

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Bakan, M., Ciftci, N. and Ayas, D. (2020). Seasonal Changes in the Lipid and Fatty Acid Profile of Pomadasys stridens (Forsskål, 1775) Caught from Mersin Bay . Acta Natura et Scientia, 1(1), pp. 12-23.

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Bakan, Misra, Nuray Ciftci and Deniz Ayas (2020). "Seasonal Changes in the Lipid and Fatty Acid Profile of Pomadasys stridens (Forsskål, 1775) Caught from Mersin Bay ". Acta Natura et Scientia 1 (1):12-23. doi:10.29329/actanatsci.2020.313.3.

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