1987
DOI: 10.1007/bf02073865
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Abstract: Studies were conducted to determine whether interactions occur among dietary lysine, arginine and monovalent minerals in rainbow trout. In one experiment, rainbow trout fingerlings were fed diets containing three levels of lysine (2.4, 3.1 and 3.8 g per 100 g diet), two levels of arginine (1.7 and 2.5 g per 100 g diet) and two mixtures of Na(+) K(+) and Cl in a 3×2×2 factorial design. The mixtures varied in the proportions of cations to anions such that Cl equalled the sum of Na(+) and K(+) (cations - anions =… Show more

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“…How poor protein quality reduced herbivore feeding remains to be elucidated but there is the possibility that mechanisms, such as associatively learned aversion in combination with direct nutrient feedback on taste sensitivity, are involved (Simpson and Raubenheimer, 1993b;Simpson and Raubenheimer, 2000). Reduced rate of ingestion of food deficient in essential amino acids has been reported in vertebrates (Gietzen et al, 1986;Chui et al, 1987). It has been proposed that low nutritive quality of plants is one possible measure offering resistance against herbivory (Feeney, 1976;Moran and Hamilton, 1980;Augner, 1995;Berenbaum, 1995), although few studies have tested this possibility experimentally.…”
Section: Table·2 Ancova Results For the Radian Value Indicating The mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…How poor protein quality reduced herbivore feeding remains to be elucidated but there is the possibility that mechanisms, such as associatively learned aversion in combination with direct nutrient feedback on taste sensitivity, are involved (Simpson and Raubenheimer, 1993b;Simpson and Raubenheimer, 2000). Reduced rate of ingestion of food deficient in essential amino acids has been reported in vertebrates (Gietzen et al, 1986;Chui et al, 1987). It has been proposed that low nutritive quality of plants is one possible measure offering resistance against herbivory (Feeney, 1976;Moran and Hamilton, 1980;Augner, 1995;Berenbaum, 1995), although few studies have tested this possibility experimentally.…”
Section: Table·2 Ancova Results For the Radian Value Indicating The mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…2000). Amino acid imbalances are known to induce a low food intake, growth depression and poor food conversion (Chiu et al. 1987).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…1969). The lysine–arginine antagonism may be affected by dietary electrolytes because of their major role in maintaining osmotic pressure, electrochemical gradients and acid–base balance (Chiu et al . 1987; Chiu et al .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%