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Carbohydrate Lipid - DOAJ

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Last Updated: 02 November 2021

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The interplay between voluntary food intake, dietary carbohydrate-lipid ratio and nutrient metabolism in an amphibian, (Xenopus laevis).

In the here and now research, 24 adult Xenopus laevis were randomly assigned to 2 diets with various carbohydrate: fat ratio, changing the dietary glucogenic and lipogenic proportions. Food intake per unit metabolic body weight in addition to macronutrient digestibility were determined, and flowing blood acylcarnitines and amino acids measured, in order to evaluate the effect of the diet regimen treatments. Results demonstrated that food intake regulated a lot of the adjustments in the criteria assessed; considerable distinctions were acquired in crude protein and fat digestibilities through the impact of FI/MBW, whereas diet plan treatment had a considerable effect on the degrees of malonyl-CoA. The searchings for gotten recommend that food consumption was the primary aspect regulating digestion and metabolism in X. laevis, with frogs favoring to make use of healthy protein and fat as main sources for energy production in the citric acid cycle, showing attributes of a strict predator physical version.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0208445

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