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Resorption and metabolism of glucose in the alimentary canal of the migratory locust Locusta migratoria



Resorption and metabolism of glucose in the alimentary canal of the migratory locust Locusta migratoria



Journal of Insect Physiology 20(12): 2385-2396



The absorption and metabolic fate of glucose labelled with 14C after injection into mid-gut preparations from Locusta migratoria (L.) were studied in vitro. After 5 min, nearly half the total radioactivity had already passed into the incubation medium, and in 2 h there was an increase to 75%. The radioactivity in the medium was found mainly in glucose and fructose, which were approximately equally labelled, and a minor part appeared in the organic acid and sugar phosphate fraction.

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