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Table 1.

Influence of acclimatisation temperature on sea bass standard metabolic rate, active metabolic rate and maximum swimming speed

T (°C)NSMR (mmol h−1 kg−1)AMR (mmol h−1 kg−1)Umax (m s−1)
1.38±0.32a 6.17±0.52a 0.67±0.01a 
11 1.68±0.09a 7.01±1.35a 0.77±0.03a,b 
14 10 2.96±0.17b 9.03±1.59a,b 0.84±0.02b,c 
18 2.87±0.23b 10.56±0.81a,b 0.88±0.02c 
22 10 3.66±0.29b,c 12.75±1.35b 0.90±0.02c 
26 4.47±0.29c 17.27±1.23c 1.08±0.04d 
30 4.72±0.26c 19.05±1.20c 1.12±0.04d 
T (°C)NSMR (mmol h−1 kg−1)AMR (mmol h−1 kg−1)Umax (m s−1)
1.38±0.32a 6.17±0.52a 0.67±0.01a 
11 1.68±0.09a 7.01±1.35a 0.77±0.03a,b 
14 10 2.96±0.17b 9.03±1.59a,b 0.84±0.02b,c 
18 2.87±0.23b 10.56±0.81a,b 0.88±0.02c 
22 10 3.66±0.29b,c 12.75±1.35b 0.90±0.02c 
26 4.47±0.29c 17.27±1.23c 1.08±0.04d 
30 4.72±0.26c 19.05±1.20c 1.12±0.04d 

T, acclimatisation temperature; Umax, maximum swimming speed; SMR, standard metabolic rate; AMR, active metabolic rate.

Values are means ± s.e.m.; N, number of individuals. In each column, numbers sharing a superscripted letter are statistically similar(a posteriori t-tests; P<0.05).

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