Fasting and Diet Content Affect Stress-Induced Changes in Plasma Glucose and Cortisol in Juvenile Chinook Salmon

@inproceedings{Barton1988FastingAD,
  title={Fasting and Diet Content Affect Stress-Induced Changes in Plasma Glucose and Cortisol in Juvenile Chinook Salmon},
  author={Bruce A. Barton and Carl B. Schreck and Laurie G. Fowler},
  year={1988}
}
Abstract Juvenile chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) reared on low-, medium-, or high-lipid diets for 18 weeks were either kept on their respective diets or fasted for 20 d; then they were subjected to a 30-s handling stress or to handling plus continuous confinement. In fish that were handled but not confined, poststress hyperglycemia was greatest in fed fish that received the high-lipid diet and was generally lower in fasted than in fed fish. Plasma cortisol elevations in response to… CONTINUE READING

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