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Blubber fatty acids of marine and freshwater seals.

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Abstract

Correlation between blubber fatty acid composition of two different kind of seals with their prey and environmental conditions as ecology factors is shown. Regularities of fatty acid layering and its composition in the blubber of Baikal seals and ringed seals of North sea are revealed

About the Authors

E. S. Averina
Байкальский институт природопользования Сибирского Отделения РАН
Russian Federation


E. Ts. Pintaeva
Байкальский институт природопользования Сибирского Отделения РАН
Russian Federation


L. D. Radnaeva
Байкальский институт природопользования Сибирского Отделения РАН
Russian Federation


O. . Grahl-Nielson
Университет г. Берген
Norway


E. A. Petrov
ОАО «Востсибрыбцентр»
Russian Federation


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Averina E.S., Pintaeva E.T., Radnaeva L.D., Grahl-Nielson O..., Petrov E.A. Blubber fatty acids of marine and freshwater seals.. Fine Chemical Technologies. 2009;4(3):103-112. (In Russ.)

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