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Table 2.

Routine and maximum heart rate and ventricular stroke volume, and the resulting increase in each variable during exercise, in seabass fed one of three diets where lipids were provided as canola oil, palm oil or fish oil

VariableCOPOFO
fH,routine, 44.0±7.0 45.2±2.4 48.6±5.2 
fH,max 95.1±3.8 96.7±1.3 90.1±2.3 
Increase in f51.1±5.9 51.5±3.4 41.6±5.5 
VSH,routine 0.96±0.20 0.78±0.07 0.73±0.18 
VSH,max 1.28±0.20 1.06±0.08 0.98±0.18 
Increase in VSH 0.32±0.05 0.28±0.04 0.25±0.05 
VariableCOPOFO
fH,routine, 44.0±7.0 45.2±2.4 48.6±5.2 
fH,max 95.1±3.8 96.7±1.3 90.1±2.3 
Increase in f51.1±5.9 51.5±3.4 41.6±5.5 
VSH,routine 0.96±0.20 0.78±0.07 0.73±0.18 
VSH,max 1.28±0.20 1.06±0.08 0.98±0.18 
Increase in VSH 0.32±0.05 0.28±0.04 0.25±0.05 

fH, heart rate (beats min-1); VSH, ventricular stroke volume (ml); CO, canola oil; PO, palm oil; FO, fish oil.

Values are means ± s.e.m. (N=6 in all cases). There were no significant differences between the groups.

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