2 edition of Effect of the physiological state on carbohydrate metabolism in hens. found in the catalog.
Effect of the physiological state on carbohydrate metabolism in hens.
V. D. Shulyak
by National Lending Library for Science and Technology in Boston Spa
Written in English
Translation of an article in Fiziol. i Biokhim. Selśkokhoz. Zhivotnȳkh 1967; S, 72-75.
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CARBOHYDRATE METABOLISM Warren Jelinek I. THE HANDOUT This handout has five parts: 1. a summary of small molecules commonly used in metabolism for the production and utilization of energy by cells (METABOLIC ENERGY), 2. a short synopsis of the metabolic pathways and hormonal regulation of glucose metabolism (SYNOPSIS OF GLUCOSE METABOLISM), 3. Homeostasis of Glucose Counter Regulation Mechanisms • A steady maintenance of blood glucose with in a narrow range • Fasting state and fed states – their effects on BG • Rate of glucose appearance Ra • Rate of disappearance Rd must be in balance • Blood Glucose (BG) = Ra - Rd • Control systems – Glucose Receptors, GLUT
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