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On the function of the lateral red muscle of teleost fishes


, : On the function of the lateral red muscle of teleost fishes. Rev Roum Biol Ser Zool 12(2): 139-144

The hypothesis of Braekkan on the metabolic role of red lateral muscle was developed based on data concerning excitability, contractibility the degree of development in various species, and glucide oxidation, and P metabolism of lateral muscles. The red muscle was considered specialized for a non-specific function of muscular tissue. The red muscle fulfilled certain metabolic conditions necessary for white muscle, which does mechanical work. The data are discussed from the point of view of development of muscular tissue in fish.

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