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Characterization of mitochondria isolated from the freezing-tolerant larvae of the goldenrod gall fly (Eurosta solidaginis): substrate preferences, salt effects, and pH effects on warm- and cold-acclimated animals



Characterization of mitochondria isolated from the freezing-tolerant larvae of the goldenrod gall fly (Eurosta solidaginis): substrate preferences, salt effects, and pH effects on warm- and cold-acclimated animals



Canadian Journal of Zoology, 632: 373-379



The mitochondria of the freezing-tolerant larvae of Eurosta solidaginis collected from Solidago spp. in the field in Canada and acclimated in the laboratory to cold (5 degrees C) or warm (20 degrees C) conditions were characterized. Proline was the preferred substrate of mitochondria from both warm- and cold-acclimated larvae.

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DOI: 10.1139/z85-057



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