Anaerobic metabolism in the lugworm Arenicola Marina L.: The transition from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism

@article{Schttler1984AnaerobicMI,
  title={Anaerobic metabolism in the lugworm Arenicola Marina L.: The transition from aerobic to anaerobic metabolism},
  author={U. Sch{\"o}ttler and G. Wienhausen and J. Westermann},
  journal={Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B},
  year={1984},
  volume={79},
  pages={93-103}
}
  • U. Schöttler, G. Wienhausen, J. Westermann
  • Published 1984
  • Biology
  • Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology B
  • Abstract After onset of anaerobic conditions Arenicola Marina does not switch immediately to typical anaerobiosis. The adaptation occurs in three steps. 1. 1. In the first 3 hr the phosphagen stores are mobilized, glycogen is degraded to alanine, aspartate is metabolized to succinate and volatile fatty acids ( transition period ). 2. 2. Starting approximately after 3 hr, the route of glycogen degradation at the phosphoenolpyruvate-branchpoint is changed gradually from metabolizing via pyruvate… CONTINUE READING
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