Intermediary metabolism during low temperature acclimation in the overwintering gall fly larva,Eurosta solidaginis

@article{Storey2004IntermediaryMD,
  title={Intermediary metabolism during low temperature acclimation in the overwintering gall fly larva,Eurosta solidaginis},
  author={Kenneth B. Storey and John G. Baust and Janet M Storey},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={144},
  pages={183-190}
}
1. The levels of glycogen, lipid, protein, polyols (glycerol and sorbitol), sugars, amino acids, adenylates, and other intermediary metabolites were measured in the overwintering, third instar larvae of the gall fly,Eurosta solidaginis, sampled at specified temperatures during a controlled (1°C per day decrease) low temperature acclimation of the larvae from 15° to − 30°C. 2. Glycogen reserves were depleted as temperature was decreased, the decrease in glycogen fully accounting for the observed… CONTINUE READING

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