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Energy metabolism in the tail muscles of the shrimp Crangon crangon during work and subsequent recovery
Abstract 1. 1. In the tail muscles of Crangon crangon metabolite concentrations were measured after different periods of escape swimming and subsequent recovery. 2. 2. Tail flipping results in aExpand
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Metabolic changes in the medical leech Hirudo medicinalis following feeding
Abstract 1. 1. In Hirudo, feeding results in a dramatic rise of the metabolic rate as indicated by O2 consumption, excretion of nh3 and elimination of ions and water, each showing a characteristicExpand
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Anaerobic metabolism in aquatic insect larvae: studies onChironomus thummi andCulex pipiens
SummaryThe metabolic effect of hypoxia and anoxia on the larvae ofChironomus thummi andCulex pipiens was investigated. InC. thummi anoxia resulted in a characteristic decrease of ATP and P-arginineExpand
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In vivo-Untersuchungen über den Glucose-Abbau beiArenicola marina (Annelida, Polychaeta)
  • E. Zebe
  • Biology
  • Journal of comparative physiology
  • 1975
SummaryThe pathway of carbohydrate degradation was investigated inArenicola marina by injecting14C-U-glucose into the coelom of the worms. After 6 and 12 hrs of anaerobiosis much of the radioactivityExpand
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The energy metabolism of the leechHirudo medicinalis in anoxia and muscular work
The medical leech Hirudo medicinalis has only small reserves of glycogen (˜ 40 μmol/g fresh weight), but malate is present in comparatively high concentrations (8 to 10 μmol/gm fresh weight) in theExpand
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Flight metabolism in the African fruit beetle, Pachnoda sinuata
Metabolite concentrations in flight muscles and in abdomen of beetles (Pachnoda sinuata) were measured after various periods of tethered flight and subsequent rest. Three distinct phases of energyExpand
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Über den Stoffwechsel der Lepidopteren
  • E. Zebe
  • Physics
  • Zeitschrift für vergleichende Physiologie
  • 1 May 1954
Zusammenfassung1.Der Sauerstoffverbrauch der Lepidopteren beträgt in in der Ruhe 0,4–0,7 cm3/g/h. Am 1. Tage nach dem Schlüpfen ist er höher. Gegen das Lebensende hin steigt er ebenfalls.2.Beim FlugExpand
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The lugwormArenicola marina: A model of physiological adaptation to life in intertidal sediments
The results of more than two decades of intensive research on the physiological and biochemical features of the lugworm are reviewed with the aim of drawing a general and comprehensive picture of theExpand
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The mode of energy production in the lugwormArenicola marina at different oxygen concentrations
SummaryIn the lugwormArenicola marina the transition from aerobic to anaerobic energy production was investigated by measuring metabolite concentrations at differentPO2. It was confirmed thatExpand
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Über den Respiratorischen Quotienten der Lepidopteren
  • E. Zebe
  • Biology
  • Naturwissenschaften
  • 2004
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