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Mazzeo I., Penaranda D. S., Gallego V., Baloche S., Nourizadeh-Lillabadi R., Tveiten H., Dufour Sylvie, Asturiano J. F., Weltzien F. A., Perez L. (2014). Temperature modulates the progression of vitellogenesis in the European eel. Aquaculture, 434, 38-47. ISSN 0044-8486

Lien direct chez l'éditeur doi:10.1016/j.aquaculture.2014.07.020

Titre
Temperature modulates the progression of vitellogenesis in the European eel
Année de publication2014
Type de documentArticle référencé dans le Web of Science WOS:000345058700007
AuteursMazzeo I., Penaranda D. S., Gallego V., Baloche S., Nourizadeh-Lillabadi R., Tveiten H., Dufour Sylvie, Asturiano J. F., Weltzien F. A., Perez L.
SourceAquaculture, 2014, 434, p. 38-47. ISSN 0044-8486
RésuméWild female European eels were matured with CPE (carp pituitary extract) under three thermal regimes, two of which were variable (T10-15 and T15-18, moving from 10 to 15 degrees C and from 15 to 18 degrees C, respectively) and one constant, at 18 degrees C (T18). Before and during hormonal treatment, the eels were sampled and biometric measurements were taken. Immunoassays of sex steroids and vitellogenin were performed, as well as qPCR analyses of gene expression (ovarian cyp19a1) and ovarian histology. Prior to the hormonal treatment, the silver eels which had been maintained at 18 degrees C showed lower 11-KT and E2 plasma levels compared to those maintained at 10 degrees C. In addition, in the early vitellogenic stage, the androgen and cyp19a1 levels were lower at 18 degrees C than at 10 degrees C. Both these results and the positive correlations found between GSI and 11-KT (at the PV stage) and between oocyte diameter and cyp19a1 levels (in the EV stage) suggest that early ovarian development is facilitated at low temperatures. Vitellogenesis was induced by CPE in all the thermal groups, but progression to the mid-vitellogenic stage was only observed after an accumulation of 900-1200 degrees D, at 15 or 18 degrees C, and progression to the late vitellogenic stage was only observed after an accumulation higher than 1300 degrees D, at 18 degrees C. Although temperature increased the rate of CPE-induced ovarian development, our results clearly indicate that this increase is not linear, but exponential, with acceleration in the increase of GSI at 18 degrees C from the mid-vitellogenic stage, or after an accumulation of 1300 degrees D. For the first time, a down-regulation of ovarian cyp19a1 caused by high temperatures in CPE-treated eels was observed. These results demonstrate that temperature can modulate eel ovarian development both before and after exogenous hormonal stimulations, and this knowledge could be used to manipulate the timing of vitellogenesis progression under laboratory conditions.
Plan de classementRessources halieutiques [040]
LocalisationFonds IRD
Identifiant IRDPAR00012463
Lien permanenthttp://www.documentation.ird.fr/hor/PAR00012463

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