Temperature effects on recovery of Pacific cod following exhaustive exercise
S.K. Hanna, A.H. Haukenes, R.J. Foy, and C.L. Buck
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We examined post-exhaustive exercise recovery in Pacific cod acclimated to either 2°C or 7°C. We collected blood samples prior to an exhaustive swimming protocol, immediately after and up to four hours of recovery. Plasma concentrations of cortisol, glucose, lactate, Na+, and Cl– were determined. Concentrations of cortisol, glucose, and lactate significantly increased post-swim as compared to samples collected pre-swim irrespective of temperature treatment. For either temperature treatment, sample concentrations of cortisol, glucose, and lactate of cod remained elevated and did not return to pre-swim levels after four hours of recovery.
- Item number: AK-SG-08-01m
- Year: 2008
- DOI: https://doi.org/10.4027/rgsfcc.2008.13