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“…Most species reduce their metabolic rate and deplete protein, glycogen and lipid reserves during nutritional stress (Vinagre & Da Silva 1992, Oliveira et al 2004, Comoglio et al 2005. The relative importance of these reserves and their order of utilization vary according to the species, recent feeding history, diet composition and length of fast (Clifford & Brick 1983, Vinagre & Da Silva 2002, Vinagre et al 2007. Some authors have mentioned that the metabolism in crustaceans is primarily based in glycogen and fatty acids (Welsh 1975, Wen et al 2006, but in contrast decreased levels of protein have been noted during fasting in other marine decapods (Barclay et al 1983, Dall & Smith 1986).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Most species reduce their metabolic rate and deplete protein, glycogen and lipid reserves during nutritional stress (Vinagre & Da Silva 1992, Oliveira et al 2004, Comoglio et al 2005. The relative importance of these reserves and their order of utilization vary according to the species, recent feeding history, diet composition and length of fast (Clifford & Brick 1983, Vinagre & Da Silva 2002, Vinagre et al 2007. Some authors have mentioned that the metabolism in crustaceans is primarily based in glycogen and fatty acids (Welsh 1975, Wen et al 2006, but in contrast decreased levels of protein have been noted during fasting in other marine decapods (Barclay et al 1983, Dall & Smith 1986).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nutritional deprivation is a natural part of the life cycle of many aquatic organisms (Sanchez Paz et al 2006, Vinagre et al 2007, which principally occurs during molt processes. Molting in crustaceans involves several stages with different feeding behavior and therefore, different kinds of energy from the available food.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Many biotic factors (e.g., maturation, reproduction, and food availability) and abiotic factors (e.g., photoperiod, temperature, pH, and oxygen in water) can strongly affect the biochemistry and physiology of decapod crustaceans (COMPANY & SARDÀ, 1998;ROSA & NUNES, 2003a, 2003bVINAGRE et al, 2006).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…# Significant difference between environments. VINAGRE et al, 2006). This may account for the higher glycogen levels in all the tissues examined (hepatopancreas, gills, and muscle) during winter.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The differences in crab's fatty acid profile is considered to be environmental variables (e.g. water temperature, salinity, diet type and availability) and different stage of maturation of crabs captured from different locations as well (Vinagre et al, 2007;Antunes et al, 2010). Within the same row, values with different superscripts are significantly different (P < 0.05).…”
Section: Fatty Acid Compositionmentioning
confidence: 99%