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Sperm swimming speed and energetics vary with sperm competition risk in bluegill (Lepomis macrochirus)
Under sperm competition, a male’s fertilization success depends largely on the ejaculate characteristics of competing males. Theoretical models predict that, in external fertilizers, increased riskExpand
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Integrating metabolic pathways in post-exercise recovery of white muscle.
Purine nucleotides (ATP, ADP, AMP, IMP), creatine, phosphocreatine, lactate, pyruvate and glycogen were measured in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) white muscle following exercise to exhaustion.Expand
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Exercise metabolism of fish
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Mitochondrial biogenesis during cellular differentiation.
Mitochondrial biogenesis was studied during differentiation of two immortalized cell lines (C2C12, 3T3) with enzyme measurements, Northern blots, and quantitative ultrastructure. Citrate synthase,Expand
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Fiber-type differences in muscle mitochondrial profiles.
Although striated muscles differ in mitochondrial content, the extent of fiber-type specific mitochondrial specializations is not well known. To address this issue, we compared mitochondrialExpand
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Role of the PGC-1 family in the metabolic adaptation of goldfish to diet and temperature
SUMMARY In mammals, the peroxisome proliferator-activated receptor (PPAR) γ coactivator-1 (PGC-1) family members and their binding partners orchestrate remodelling in response to diverse challengesExpand
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Fuel selection in rufous hummingbirds: ecological implications of metabolic biochemistry.
Hummingbirds in flight display the highest rates of aerobic metabolism known among vertebrates. Their flight muscles possess sufficient maximal activities of hexokinase and carnitineExpand
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Stress Preconditioning of Spreading Depression in the Locust CNS
Cortical spreading depression (CSD) is closely associated with important pathologies including stroke, seizures and migraine. The mechanisms underlying SD in its various forms are still incompletelyExpand
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Mitochondrial metabolism of cardiac and skeletal muscles from a fast (Katsuwonus pelamis) and a slow (Cyprinus carpio) fish
Tuna cardiac (atrium, compact and spongy ventricle) and skeletal muscle (red and white) were compared with carp tissues to determine the importance of mitochondrial differences in supporting the highExpand
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Recovery metabolism of trout white muscle: role of mitochondria.
Recovery from burst exercise in fish is very slow. Lactate conversion to glycogen occurs primarily within white muscle and must be fueled by mitochondrially produced ATP. In a parallel study weExpand
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