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Studies on the mode of action of royal jelly in honeybee development: VIII. The utilization of sugar uniformly labeled with C14 and of aspartic-l-C14 acid



Studies on the mode of action of royal jelly in honeybee development: VIII. The utilization of sugar uniformly labeled with C14 and of aspartic-l-C14 acid



Can J Zool 45(5): 595-599



The amino acid requirements of developing honeybee larvae were determined by the indirect method using glucose-U-Cl4 and sucrose-U-Cl4. The amino acids proline, hydroxyproline, alanine, glutamine, glutamic acid, [alpha]-amino-n-butyric acid, gamma amino-n-butyric acid, glycine, serine, and [beta]-alanine were classified as nonessential. Cystine, aspartic acid, asparagine, isoleucine, leucine, phenylalanine, methionine, tryptophan, valine, threonine, tyrosine, lysine, histidine, and arginine were considered to be essential. The metabolism of sugar and aspartic acid are discussed in relation to caste development.

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