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The presence of 20 and 22 carbon NMID has been previously reported in the soft tissues ofP.
Other fatty acids that could be implicated in membrane lipid remodeling during thermal adaptation are NMID, because the flexibility of their acyl chains was reported to be usually less than that of the corresponding acyl chains with methylene-interrupted double bonds (Rabinovich & Ripatti 1991).
The 2 NMIDs 20:2[DELTA]5,11 and 20:2[DELTA]5,13 showed higher percentages in P.
Effluent-fed mussels also decreased in their 18:4[omega]3 and 21:5[omega]3 content, and increased in 17:1, the zooplankton markers 20:1[omega]9 and 22:1[omega]11, as well as the nonmethylene-interrupted fatty acids (NMIDs) 20:2a and 22:2b.
Effluent-fed mussels also had a significantly larger proportion of MUFAs, zooplankton markers, and NMIDs than algae-fed mussels.