Most data on vitamins relate to Artemia franciscana (Table 6.2). An account of differences between strains could only be found for ascorbic acid (AscA) forms in cysts in Merchie etal. (1995a). These authors observed considerable differences in ascorbic acid 2 sulphate (AscAS) concentrations (296-517 Hg/g DW expressed as AscA) when comparing 10 different strains. Furthermore, they provided further evidence for the complete conversion of the ascorbic acid 2 sulphate form to free ascorbic acid. Whether AscAS serves as a storage form of AscA to satisfy the brine shrimp's larval requirements after hatching (Mead & Finnamore 1969), or acts as a sulphating agent during embryonic development (Mead & Finnamore 1969; Bond et al. 1972), is unclear.

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