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Organic tracking has come to be one of the most commonly used approaches in aquatic monitoring. The aim of this research study is to analyze and to contrast modifications in organic responses, as non-specified biomarkers, determined in the gills and adductor muscles of the Mediterranean and African mussels, Mytilus galloprovincialis and Perna existing together on Algerian seaside sites throughout the Winter and Spring duration. During the study duration, the worths of chemical activities were fairly higher in MG than in PP. In addition, the results acquired revealed a small disturbance of the metabolic rate in two species of the same dimension class which led to an exceptional increase of catalase task in March and in April compared to the other months. When it come to the outcomes gotten, organic responses were totally different in both types with numerous dimensions that were revealed to the anthropogenic or all-natural changes.
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