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Effects of starvation and refeeding on energy-linked metabolic processes in the turtle (Phrynops hilarii)

, : Effects of starvation and refeeding on energy-linked metabolic processes in the turtle (Phrynops hilarii). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A: 963: 415-419

After 30 days without food, plasma glucose and free fatty acids of the turtle (Phrynops hilarii) did not change significantly, whereas plasma insulin, estimated by a mammalian immunoassay method, decreased to about 40% of fed values and increased 5-fold after refeeding for 72 h.

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