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Abstracts : Proceedings of the Third Congress of the European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, August 31-September 3, 1981, Noordwijkerhout, Netherlands.

By: Addink, A. D. F.
Contributor(s): Spronk, N.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Kent : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2013Copyright date: ©2011Description: 1 online resource (256 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483190433.Subject(s): Biological control systems -- Congresses | Metabolism -- Regulation -- Congresses | Neurotrophic functions -- CongressesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Abstracts : Proceedings of the Third Congress of the European Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, August 31-September 3, 1981, Noordwijkerhout, NetherlandsDDC classification: 591.4 LOC classification: QP171 -- .E97 1982Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Abstracts -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- PART 1: FEEDING -- CHAPTER 1. FOOD SELECTION AND REGULATION OF FOOD INTAKE IN INVERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 2. FOOD SELECTION AND THE REGULATION OF BODY ENERGY IN VERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 3. THIRST AND THE REGULATION OF HYDROMINERAL BALANCE -- CHAPTER 4. COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF DIGESTION IN NONRUMINANT HERBIVORES -- CHAPTER 5. APPLIED ASPECTS OF FOOD INTAKE AND ITS REGULATION -- CHAPTER 6. IS THE BODY ENERGY LEVEL IMPLIED IN FASTING-RE-FEEDING INTHE EMPEROR PENGUIN? -- References -- CHAPTER 7. GASTRIC MOTILITY IN THE GRASS SNAKE {Natrix natrix L.) IN DIFFERENT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES -- References -- CHAPTER 8. REGULATION OF CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPID METABOLISM DURING STARVATION OF FIFTH INSTAR LARVAE OF Manduca sexta (LEPIDOPTERA: SPHINGIDAE) -- CHAPTER 9. EFFECT OF BILE SALTS ON THE EXCRETION OF BILIRUBIN BY THE RABBIT -- RESULTS -- References -- CHAPTER 10. EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE VAGUS NERVE ON THE EXOCRINE PANCREATIC SECRETION IN THE CHICKEN -- MATERIALS AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- References -- CHAPTER 11. DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF KEY ENZYMES FOR NUTRITION IN TISSUES OF THE CATFISH -- CHAPTER 12. STEROID 5α- AND 5β-REDUCTASES IN VERTEBRATE INTESTINES -- References -- CHAPTER 13. CELLULOLYTIC ACTIVITY IN MARINE CARNIVOROUS MOLLUSCS -- References -- CHAPTER 14. COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY OF ACID PROTEINASES FROM ANIMAL ORIGINS. -- PART 2: RESPIRATION -- CHAPTER 15. INTRASPECIFIC ADAPTATION OF HEMOGLOBINFUNCTION TO O2 AVAILABILITY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO ECTOTHERM VERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 16. RESPIRATION DURING FLIGHT AND DIVING IN BIRDS -- FLIGHT -- DIVING -- CHAPTER 17. DIFFUSION IN GAS EXCHANGE OF VERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 18. NEURAL CONTROL OF RESPIRATORY MOVEMENTS -- LUNG FUNCTION IN SMOKERS -- SMALL AIRWAYS AND SMOKING -- EARLY LUNG FUNCTION ABNORMALITIES.
CONCLUSION -- References -- CHAPTER 19. NORMALIZATION OF EMBRYONIC RESPIRATION IN BIRDS AT HIGH ALTITUDE -- CHAPTER 20. BUFFERING AND CARBON DIOXIDE BINDING IN THE DIAPAUSING -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 21. THE AEROBIC NETABOLISn DP Artenria spec. -- References -- CHAPTER 22. HEART RATE IN THE SLOW LORIS (NYCTICEBUS COUCANG): DAILY VARIATION AND EFFECTS OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 23. OXYGEN STORAGE AND BLOOD TRANSPORT AS ADAPTATIONS FOR FLIGHT IN BIRDS. -- References -- CHAPTER 24. CENTRAL HYPOXIA AND CONTROL OF BREATHING IN THE ANAESTHETIZED CAT (Felis domestica ) -- CHAPTER 25. THE OXYGEN CARRYING CAPACITY DEPENDANCE OF CARDIAC ENERGY METABOLISM -- CHAPTER 26. GAS EXCHANGE AND ACID-BASE BALANCE IN SWIMMING COHO-SALMON -- CHAPTER 27. COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF EXOGENOUS AND ENDOGENOUS HYPERCAPNIA ON VENTILATION AND ACID-BASE BALANCE IN FISH. -- METHODS ana MATERIALS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 28. ANATOMY OF RESPIRATORY RHYTHMIC SYSTEMS IN THE BRAINSTEM OF THE CARP -- CHAPTER 29. MECHANORECEPTOR ACTIVITY FROM THE MOUTH OF THE CARP IN TRIGEMINAL NERVE BRANCHES AND IN THE MESENCEPHALIC TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS -- CHAPTER 30. A HERING-BREUER-TYPE REFLEX FROM THE GILL ARCHES OF A TELEOST FISH -- CHAPTER 31. OXYGEN SUPPLY AND LIVER METABOLISM IN EMBRYONIC CHICKS -- CHAPTER 32. Cyanide insensitive respiration in the mantle tissue of Mytilus edulis -- CHAPTER 33. Early adaptive changes in rat pulmonary parenchyma following bilobectomy -- CHAPTER 34. VARIATION OF SERUM FERRITIN OF THE LAYING HEN AND ESTROGENIZED ROOSTERS -- Materials and Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- References -- CHAPTER 35. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EGG SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME IN DIFFERENT AVIAN SPECIES -- CHAPTER 36. THE EFFECT OF ZN ON THE OXYGEN UPTAKE IN THE GILLS OF THE -- PART 3: REPRODUCTION.
CHAPTER 37. HORMONAL CONTROL OF REPRODUCTION IN VERTEBRATES: CASE STORIES AND GENERALIZATIONS -- CHAPTER 38. NEW CONCEPTS IN ENDOCRINE CONTROL OF VITELLOGENESIS AND IN FUNCTIONING OF THE OVARY IN INSECTS -- CHAPTER 39. VITELLOGENESIS AND HEPATIC METABOLISM IN FLOUNDER -- CHAPTER 40. EXTRINSIC CONTROL OF INSECT ENDOCRINES IN THE REGULATION OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTIONS -- CHAPTER 41. EMBRYO in vitro IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY -- Reference -- CHAPTER 42. LIPID YOLK FORMATION IN THE FLESHFLY SARCOPHAGA BULLATA: AN AUTORA DIOGRAPHIC AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL APPROACH -- CHAPTER 43. ELECTROPHORETICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF VITELLOG ENINS AND THE CONTROL OF THEIR SYNTHESIS INFOUR DIPTERAN SPECIES -- CHAPTER 44. RADIOIMMUNOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF ECDYSTEROID ACTIVITY IN FOUR ADULT DIPTERA -- CHAPTER 45. EFFECT OF OESTROGEN ON THE CONCENTRATION OF VITELLOGENIN, Ca AND Ρ IN THE PLASMA OF MALE AND FEMALE -- CHAPTER 46. INDUCTION OF THE VITELLOGENIN SYNTHESIS BY ESTRADIOL-17β IN SHAMOPERATED AND HYPOPHYSECTOMIZED JUVENILE RAINBOW TROUT -- CHAPTER 47. INFLUENCE OF OESTRADIOL-17β ON THE HEPATIC MIXED FUNCTION OXIDASES IN RAINBOW TROUT -- CHAPTER 48. LABELLED VITELLOGENIN PINOCYTOSIS BY OOCYTES OF GOBIUS NIGER IN PRESENCE OF c-GTH -- CHAPTER 49. MECHANISMS CAUSING SIZE CHANGES IN THE PYLORIC CAECA OF Asterias rubens during THE REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE -- CHAPTER 50. THE FREE-STEROLS OF THE DIGESTIVE GLAND AND THE GONAD IN THE CUTTLEFISH Sepia officinalis L. - A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BY GLC AND MASS SPECTROMETRY -- Reference -- CHAPTER 51. AMINO ACID AND GLUCOSE UTILIZATION BY THE FERTILE CHICKEN EGG DURING THE FIRST 24 HOURS OF INCUBATION -- CHAPTER 52. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AMINO ACID AND CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN EGG YOLK SACMEMBRANE DURING THE FIRST HALF OF GALLUS DOMESTICUS EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT.
CHAPTER 53. SEASONAL RHYTHM IN GONADAL ACTIVITY AND PLASMA TESTOSTERONE LEVELS IN THE HIBERNATING GROUND SQUIRREL -- CHAPTER 54. ENERGETIC COMPONENTS OF AVIAN EGGS -- RELATIONSHIP WITH THE PRECOCITY OF HATCHING -- CHAPTER 55. HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES PRODUCED IN THE GONAD OF Crassotrea gigas Th. AFTER IN VITRO EXPOSURE TO Se-IV -- References -- CHAPTER 56. PLASMA TESTOSTERONE LEVELS AND INTRASPECIES AGGRESSION IN THE RAT HERNANDEZ -- PART 4: ACTIVITY AND ENERGY SUPPLY IN MUSCLES -- CHAPTER 57. Metabolic Control of Energy Metabolism -- CHAPTER 58. RESOURCES AND SUBSTRATE TRANSPORT -- CHAPTER 59. ENERGY PRODUCTION IN THE MUSCLE TISSUES OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF MOLLUSCS. -- References -- CHAPTER 60. A MOLECULAR VIEW OF MUSCLE ACTIVATION - STUDIES OF INDIVIDUAL MEMBRANE RECEPTORS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED lONOPHORES -- CHAPTER 61. SHORT-TERM AND PERSISTENT METABOLIC CHANGES AS INDUCED BY EXERCISE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Anaerobic metabolism during exercise -- 3. Training experiments -- 4. Comparison of anaerobic metabolism between young and adult rats -- CHAPTER 62. GLYCOGEN STORAGE IN THE MANTLE TISSUE OF Mytilus edulis L -- CHAPTER 63. PROPERTIES OF FAT BODY GLYCOGEN PHOSPHORYLASE IN RELATION TO FLIGHT DIRECTED CARBOHYDRATE MOBILIZATION IN LOCUSTS -- CHAPTER 64. SPECIES DIFFERENCES IN METABOLISM DURING STRESS AND THEIR RELATION TO POST-MORTEM MUSCLE GLYCOLYSIS -- CHAPTER 65. CONTROL OF GLYCOGENOLYSIS DURING CONTRACTION IN THE ADDUCTOR MUSCLE OF Mytilus edulis -- CHAPTER 66. CONTROL OF PHOSPHOFRUCTOKINASE FROM ADDUCTOR MUSCLE OF ASESSILE BIVALVE AND A FREE-LIVING BIVALVE -- References -- CHAPTER 67. ANAEROBIC ENERGY METABOLISM IN THE BIVALVES Soapharca inequivalvis (BRUGUIéRE) AND Venus gallina L. -- References -- CHAPTER 68. REGULATION OF MUSSEL PYRUVATE KINASE DURING ANAEROBIOSIS.
CHAPTER 69. BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CYTOSOMES FROM FRESHWATER MOLLUSC NERVE AND HEART TISSUE -- CHAPTER 70. METABOLISM OF PYRUVATE DURING SHELL VALVE CLOSURE AND SUBSEQUENT RECOVERY IN THE SEA MUSSEL Mytilus edulis, -- CHAPTER 71. VITRO PRODUCTION OF PROPIONIC ACID IN MANTLE MITOCHONDRIA OF THE SEA MUSSEL Mytilus edulis L -- References -- CHAPTER 72. Anaerobic metabolism of the horseshoe crab, Limuluspolyphemus: tissue-specific isozymes of D-specificlactate dehydrogenase and lactate metabolism -- Reference -- CHAPTER 73. THE ANAEROBIC METABOLISM OF Artemia spec -- References -- CHAPTER 74. MAXIMAL GLYCOLYTIC ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN MUSCLES OF BIVALVES OF THE GENUS Donax IN RELATION TO THEIR BEHAVIOUR AND ECOLOGY -- INTRODUCTION -- MATERIALS AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSICDN -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 75. ON THE AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ENERGY METABOLISM OF Littorina SPECIES IN RELATION TO THE PATTERN OF INTERTIDAL ΖONATION -- References -- CHAPTER 76. PHYLOGENETIC DISTRIBUTION OF PYRUVATE OXIDOREDUCTASES, ARGININE KINASE AND AMINOTRANSFERASES -- References -- CHAPTER 77. ESTIMATION OF ANOXIC METABOLIC RATES OF SEA MUSSELS BY DIRECT CALORIMETRY AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS -- CHAPTER 78. CRUSTACEAN AND FISH ΝADP-DEPENDENT MALIC ENZYME ON ADP-SEPHAROSE -- CHAPTER 79. MAEROBIC CO2 PRODUCTION AND ENERGY METABOLISM IN RED MUSCLE TISSUE OF GOLDFISH -- CHAPTER 80. REGULATORY PROPERTIES OF GOLDFISH MUSCLE AMP-DEAMINASES -- References -- CHAPTER 81. AMINO-ACID CATABOLISM IN GOLDFISH TISSUES -- References -- CHAPTER 82. INFLUENCE OF ACCLIMATION TEMPERATURE UPON THE PATTERN OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS, FATTY ACIDS AND STEROL CONTENT OF THE FIDDLER CRAB UCA PUGILATOR -- References -- CHAPTER 83. EVIDENCE FOR THE MEDIATION OF THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ACCLIMATION BY THE THYROID GLAND IN -- References.
CHAPTER 84. GENETIC CONVERGENT RESULTS IN QUAILS SUBMITTED TO AN ACUTE NITROGEN NORMOBARIC HYPOXIC CHALLENGE OR TO AN ACUTE CARBON MONOXIDE INTOXICATION.
Summary: Exogenous and Endogenous Influences on Metabolic & Neural Control, Volume 2 presents lectures and posters on feeding; respiration; reproduction; and activity and energy supply in muscles. The book also contains lectures and posters on ion and osmoregulation, perception, and orientation.
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Front Cover -- Abstracts -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- PART 1: FEEDING -- CHAPTER 1. FOOD SELECTION AND REGULATION OF FOOD INTAKE IN INVERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 2. FOOD SELECTION AND THE REGULATION OF BODY ENERGY IN VERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 3. THIRST AND THE REGULATION OF HYDROMINERAL BALANCE -- CHAPTER 4. COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF DIGESTION IN NONRUMINANT HERBIVORES -- CHAPTER 5. APPLIED ASPECTS OF FOOD INTAKE AND ITS REGULATION -- CHAPTER 6. IS THE BODY ENERGY LEVEL IMPLIED IN FASTING-RE-FEEDING INTHE EMPEROR PENGUIN? -- References -- CHAPTER 7. GASTRIC MOTILITY IN THE GRASS SNAKE {Natrix natrix L.) IN DIFFERENT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES -- References -- CHAPTER 8. REGULATION OF CARBOHYDRATE AND LIPID METABOLISM DURING STARVATION OF FIFTH INSTAR LARVAE OF Manduca sexta (LEPIDOPTERA: SPHINGIDAE) -- CHAPTER 9. EFFECT OF BILE SALTS ON THE EXCRETION OF BILIRUBIN BY THE RABBIT -- RESULTS -- References -- CHAPTER 10. EFFECT OF ELECTRICAL STIMULATION OF THE VAGUS NERVE ON THE EXOCRINE PANCREATIC SECRETION IN THE CHICKEN -- MATERIALS AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- References -- CHAPTER 11. DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF KEY ENZYMES FOR NUTRITION IN TISSUES OF THE CATFISH -- CHAPTER 12. STEROID 5α- AND 5β-REDUCTASES IN VERTEBRATE INTESTINES -- References -- CHAPTER 13. CELLULOLYTIC ACTIVITY IN MARINE CARNIVOROUS MOLLUSCS -- References -- CHAPTER 14. COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY OF ACID PROTEINASES FROM ANIMAL ORIGINS. -- PART 2: RESPIRATION -- CHAPTER 15. INTRASPECIFIC ADAPTATION OF HEMOGLOBINFUNCTION TO O2 AVAILABILITY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO ECTOTHERM VERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 16. RESPIRATION DURING FLIGHT AND DIVING IN BIRDS -- FLIGHT -- DIVING -- CHAPTER 17. DIFFUSION IN GAS EXCHANGE OF VERTEBRATES -- CHAPTER 18. NEURAL CONTROL OF RESPIRATORY MOVEMENTS -- LUNG FUNCTION IN SMOKERS -- SMALL AIRWAYS AND SMOKING -- EARLY LUNG FUNCTION ABNORMALITIES.

CONCLUSION -- References -- CHAPTER 19. NORMALIZATION OF EMBRYONIC RESPIRATION IN BIRDS AT HIGH ALTITUDE -- CHAPTER 20. BUFFERING AND CARBON DIOXIDE BINDING IN THE DIAPAUSING -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 21. THE AEROBIC NETABOLISn DP Artenria spec. -- References -- CHAPTER 22. HEART RATE IN THE SLOW LORIS (NYCTICEBUS COUCANG): DAILY VARIATION AND EFFECTS OF AMBIENT TEMPERATURE -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 23. OXYGEN STORAGE AND BLOOD TRANSPORT AS ADAPTATIONS FOR FLIGHT IN BIRDS. -- References -- CHAPTER 24. CENTRAL HYPOXIA AND CONTROL OF BREATHING IN THE ANAESTHETIZED CAT (Felis domestica ) -- CHAPTER 25. THE OXYGEN CARRYING CAPACITY DEPENDANCE OF CARDIAC ENERGY METABOLISM -- CHAPTER 26. GAS EXCHANGE AND ACID-BASE BALANCE IN SWIMMING COHO-SALMON -- CHAPTER 27. COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF EXOGENOUS AND ENDOGENOUS HYPERCAPNIA ON VENTILATION AND ACID-BASE BALANCE IN FISH. -- METHODS ana MATERIALS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 28. ANATOMY OF RESPIRATORY RHYTHMIC SYSTEMS IN THE BRAINSTEM OF THE CARP -- CHAPTER 29. MECHANORECEPTOR ACTIVITY FROM THE MOUTH OF THE CARP IN TRIGEMINAL NERVE BRANCHES AND IN THE MESENCEPHALIC TRIGEMINAL NUCLEUS -- CHAPTER 30. A HERING-BREUER-TYPE REFLEX FROM THE GILL ARCHES OF A TELEOST FISH -- CHAPTER 31. OXYGEN SUPPLY AND LIVER METABOLISM IN EMBRYONIC CHICKS -- CHAPTER 32. Cyanide insensitive respiration in the mantle tissue of Mytilus edulis -- CHAPTER 33. Early adaptive changes in rat pulmonary parenchyma following bilobectomy -- CHAPTER 34. VARIATION OF SERUM FERRITIN OF THE LAYING HEN AND ESTROGENIZED ROOSTERS -- Materials and Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- References -- CHAPTER 35. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN EGG SURFACE AREA AND VOLUME IN DIFFERENT AVIAN SPECIES -- CHAPTER 36. THE EFFECT OF ZN ON THE OXYGEN UPTAKE IN THE GILLS OF THE -- PART 3: REPRODUCTION.

CHAPTER 37. HORMONAL CONTROL OF REPRODUCTION IN VERTEBRATES: CASE STORIES AND GENERALIZATIONS -- CHAPTER 38. NEW CONCEPTS IN ENDOCRINE CONTROL OF VITELLOGENESIS AND IN FUNCTIONING OF THE OVARY IN INSECTS -- CHAPTER 39. VITELLOGENESIS AND HEPATIC METABOLISM IN FLOUNDER -- CHAPTER 40. EXTRINSIC CONTROL OF INSECT ENDOCRINES IN THE REGULATION OF REPRODUCTIVE FUNCTIONS -- CHAPTER 41. EMBRYO in vitro IN ANIMAL HUSBANDRY -- Reference -- CHAPTER 42. LIPID YOLK FORMATION IN THE FLESHFLY SARCOPHAGA BULLATA: AN AUTORA DIOGRAPHIC AND IMMUNOCYTOCHEMICAL APPROACH -- CHAPTER 43. ELECTROPHORETICAL AND IMMUNOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF VITELLOG ENINS AND THE CONTROL OF THEIR SYNTHESIS INFOUR DIPTERAN SPECIES -- CHAPTER 44. RADIOIMMUNOLOGICAL COMPARISON OF ECDYSTEROID ACTIVITY IN FOUR ADULT DIPTERA -- CHAPTER 45. EFFECT OF OESTROGEN ON THE CONCENTRATION OF VITELLOGENIN, Ca AND Ρ IN THE PLASMA OF MALE AND FEMALE -- CHAPTER 46. INDUCTION OF THE VITELLOGENIN SYNTHESIS BY ESTRADIOL-17β IN SHAMOPERATED AND HYPOPHYSECTOMIZED JUVENILE RAINBOW TROUT -- CHAPTER 47. INFLUENCE OF OESTRADIOL-17β ON THE HEPATIC MIXED FUNCTION OXIDASES IN RAINBOW TROUT -- CHAPTER 48. LABELLED VITELLOGENIN PINOCYTOSIS BY OOCYTES OF GOBIUS NIGER IN PRESENCE OF c-GTH -- CHAPTER 49. MECHANISMS CAUSING SIZE CHANGES IN THE PYLORIC CAECA OF Asterias rubens during THE REPRODUCTIVE CYCLE -- CHAPTER 50. THE FREE-STEROLS OF THE DIGESTIVE GLAND AND THE GONAD IN THE CUTTLEFISH Sepia officinalis L. - A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS BY GLC AND MASS SPECTROMETRY -- Reference -- CHAPTER 51. AMINO ACID AND GLUCOSE UTILIZATION BY THE FERTILE CHICKEN EGG DURING THE FIRST 24 HOURS OF INCUBATION -- CHAPTER 52. RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN AMINO ACID AND CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM IN EGG YOLK SACMEMBRANE DURING THE FIRST HALF OF GALLUS DOMESTICUS EMBRYO DEVELOPMENT.

CHAPTER 53. SEASONAL RHYTHM IN GONADAL ACTIVITY AND PLASMA TESTOSTERONE LEVELS IN THE HIBERNATING GROUND SQUIRREL -- CHAPTER 54. ENERGETIC COMPONENTS OF AVIAN EGGS -- RELATIONSHIP WITH THE PRECOCITY OF HATCHING -- CHAPTER 55. HISTOLOGICAL CHANGES PRODUCED IN THE GONAD OF Crassotrea gigas Th. AFTER IN VITRO EXPOSURE TO Se-IV -- References -- CHAPTER 56. PLASMA TESTOSTERONE LEVELS AND INTRASPECIES AGGRESSION IN THE RAT HERNANDEZ -- PART 4: ACTIVITY AND ENERGY SUPPLY IN MUSCLES -- CHAPTER 57. Metabolic Control of Energy Metabolism -- CHAPTER 58. RESOURCES AND SUBSTRATE TRANSPORT -- CHAPTER 59. ENERGY PRODUCTION IN THE MUSCLE TISSUES OF DIFFERENT KINDS OF MOLLUSCS. -- References -- CHAPTER 60. A MOLECULAR VIEW OF MUSCLE ACTIVATION - STUDIES OF INDIVIDUAL MEMBRANE RECEPTORS AND THEIR ASSOCIATED lONOPHORES -- CHAPTER 61. SHORT-TERM AND PERSISTENT METABOLIC CHANGES AS INDUCED BY EXERCISE -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Anaerobic metabolism during exercise -- 3. Training experiments -- 4. Comparison of anaerobic metabolism between young and adult rats -- CHAPTER 62. GLYCOGEN STORAGE IN THE MANTLE TISSUE OF Mytilus edulis L -- CHAPTER 63. PROPERTIES OF FAT BODY GLYCOGEN PHOSPHORYLASE IN RELATION TO FLIGHT DIRECTED CARBOHYDRATE MOBILIZATION IN LOCUSTS -- CHAPTER 64. SPECIES DIFFERENCES IN METABOLISM DURING STRESS AND THEIR RELATION TO POST-MORTEM MUSCLE GLYCOLYSIS -- CHAPTER 65. CONTROL OF GLYCOGENOLYSIS DURING CONTRACTION IN THE ADDUCTOR MUSCLE OF Mytilus edulis -- CHAPTER 66. CONTROL OF PHOSPHOFRUCTOKINASE FROM ADDUCTOR MUSCLE OF ASESSILE BIVALVE AND A FREE-LIVING BIVALVE -- References -- CHAPTER 67. ANAEROBIC ENERGY METABOLISM IN THE BIVALVES Soapharca inequivalvis (BRUGUIéRE) AND Venus gallina L. -- References -- CHAPTER 68. REGULATION OF MUSSEL PYRUVATE KINASE DURING ANAEROBIOSIS.

CHAPTER 69. BIOCHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF CYTOSOMES FROM FRESHWATER MOLLUSC NERVE AND HEART TISSUE -- CHAPTER 70. METABOLISM OF PYRUVATE DURING SHELL VALVE CLOSURE AND SUBSEQUENT RECOVERY IN THE SEA MUSSEL Mytilus edulis, -- CHAPTER 71. VITRO PRODUCTION OF PROPIONIC ACID IN MANTLE MITOCHONDRIA OF THE SEA MUSSEL Mytilus edulis L -- References -- CHAPTER 72. Anaerobic metabolism of the horseshoe crab, Limuluspolyphemus: tissue-specific isozymes of D-specificlactate dehydrogenase and lactate metabolism -- Reference -- CHAPTER 73. THE ANAEROBIC METABOLISM OF Artemia spec -- References -- CHAPTER 74. MAXIMAL GLYCOLYTIC ENZYME ACTIVITIES IN MUSCLES OF BIVALVES OF THE GENUS Donax IN RELATION TO THEIR BEHAVIOUR AND ECOLOGY -- INTRODUCTION -- MATERIALS AND METHODS -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSICDN -- REFERENCES -- CHAPTER 75. ON THE AEROBIC AND ANAEROBIC ENERGY METABOLISM OF Littorina SPECIES IN RELATION TO THE PATTERN OF INTERTIDAL ΖONATION -- References -- CHAPTER 76. PHYLOGENETIC DISTRIBUTION OF PYRUVATE OXIDOREDUCTASES, ARGININE KINASE AND AMINOTRANSFERASES -- References -- CHAPTER 77. ESTIMATION OF ANOXIC METABOLIC RATES OF SEA MUSSELS BY DIRECT CALORIMETRY AND BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS -- CHAPTER 78. CRUSTACEAN AND FISH ΝADP-DEPENDENT MALIC ENZYME ON ADP-SEPHAROSE -- CHAPTER 79. MAEROBIC CO2 PRODUCTION AND ENERGY METABOLISM IN RED MUSCLE TISSUE OF GOLDFISH -- CHAPTER 80. REGULATORY PROPERTIES OF GOLDFISH MUSCLE AMP-DEAMINASES -- References -- CHAPTER 81. AMINO-ACID CATABOLISM IN GOLDFISH TISSUES -- References -- CHAPTER 82. INFLUENCE OF ACCLIMATION TEMPERATURE UPON THE PATTERN OF PHOSPHOLIPIDS, FATTY ACIDS AND STEROL CONTENT OF THE FIDDLER CRAB UCA PUGILATOR -- References -- CHAPTER 83. EVIDENCE FOR THE MEDIATION OF THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ACCLIMATION BY THE THYROID GLAND IN -- References.

CHAPTER 84. GENETIC CONVERGENT RESULTS IN QUAILS SUBMITTED TO AN ACUTE NITROGEN NORMOBARIC HYPOXIC CHALLENGE OR TO AN ACUTE CARBON MONOXIDE INTOXICATION.

Exogenous and Endogenous Influences on Metabolic & Neural Control, Volume 2 presents lectures and posters on feeding; respiration; reproduction; and activity and energy supply in muscles. The book also contains lectures and posters on ion and osmoregulation, perception, and orientation.

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