2008
DOI: 10.1590/s0073-47212008000400003
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Abstract: ABSTRACT. The goal of this study was to evaluate the effect of a high-carbohydrate diet (HC) and a high-protein diet (HP) on the metabolism of the crayfish Parastacus brasiliensis (Von Martens, 1869), collected in different seasons and maintained in the laboratory for 15 days. Crayfish were collected monthly from January 2002 to January 2004 at São Francisco de Paula, Southern Brazil, in Guarapirá stream. In the laboratory, the animals were kept submerged in aquariums under controlled conditions. They were fed… Show more

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“…However LvGLUT1 expression level at 24 and 48 h of hypoxia decreases returning to normoxic conditions. It is possible that the early response to hypoxia in gills is at the transcriptional level of LvGLUT1, whereas a later response is possibly fueled by the glycogen storage which has been evidenced in gills of other decapods [61,62]. In middle-term hypoxia, gills may be obtaining glucose via glycogenolysis allowing circulating glucose utilization by other tissues.…”
Section: Hypoxia Regulates Lvglut1 Expressionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However LvGLUT1 expression level at 24 and 48 h of hypoxia decreases returning to normoxic conditions. It is possible that the early response to hypoxia in gills is at the transcriptional level of LvGLUT1, whereas a later response is possibly fueled by the glycogen storage which has been evidenced in gills of other decapods [61,62]. In middle-term hypoxia, gills may be obtaining glucose via glycogenolysis allowing circulating glucose utilization by other tissues.…”
Section: Hypoxia Regulates Lvglut1 Expressionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In crustaceans, glycogen is primarily stored in muscles and hepatopancreas, which is used to stabilize glucose in the hemolymph. 42 The process of carbohydrate metabolism involved in glycolysis (catabolism) and gluconeogenesis (anabolism), which is essential for maintaining glucose homeostasis. 43 Recently, an interest has grown concerning the little-known role of vitamin K on carbohydrate metabolism.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%