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《ACTA ZOOLOGICA SINICA》 1999-04
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EFFECT OF STARVATION AND REFEEDING ON BIOCHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF GRASS CARP (CTENOPHARYNGODON IDELLUS) FINGERLING

SHEN Wen-Ying; LIN Hao-Ran; ZHANG Wei-Min(School of Life Science, Zhongshan University, ouangzhon 510275, China)  
The effect of starvation and subsequent refeeding on biochemical composition of liver and muscle in Grass carp fingerling were examined, and the following conclusions were obtained.1. Starved Grass carp fingerling had lower liver and white muscle RNA/DNA ratio, as well as white muscle protein contents than the fed controls. After refeeding, the RNA/DNA ratio and protein contents in liver and white muscle were recovered to the levels of fed controls.2. Starvation decreased muscle and liver lipid contents but increased their water content. Re feeding increased muscle and liver lipid contents but decreased their water content.3. Glycogen contents in liver and white muscle were rapidly decreased during starvation and recovered and increased significantly after re feeding.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金!39300015
【CateGory Index】: Q493
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