Hypoxia modifies the feeding preferences of Drosophila. Consequences for diet dependent hypoxic survival

@inproceedings{Vigne2009HypoxiaMT,
  title={Hypoxia modifies the feeding preferences of Drosophila. Consequences for diet dependent hypoxic survival},
  author={Paul Vigne and Christian Frelin},
  booktitle={BMC Physiology},
  year={2009}
}
BackgroundRecent attention has been given to the relationships between diet, longevity, aging and resistance to various forms of stress. Flies do not simply ingest calories. They sense different concentrations of carbohydrate and protein macronutrients and they modify their feeding behavior in response to changes in dietary conditions. Chronic hypoxia is a major consequence of cardiovascular diseases. Dietary proteins have recently been shown to decrease the survival of chronically hypoxic… CONTINUE READING

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