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Gnaiger 1977 Invertrebrate anoxibiosis
Additional label Microcalorimetry  + , Malic enzyme  +
Has abstract [[File:Gnaiger 1977 Invertrebrate anoxibio
[[File:Gnaiger 1977 Invertrebrate anoxibiosis Fig1.jpg|right|240px]] New insight into the biochemical mechanism of invertebrate anoxibiosis made possible the calculation of the free-energy changes associated with the generation of high-energy bonds in nucleoside triphosphates (ATP, GTP, ITP) under anoxic conditions. The values obtained are compared with thermodynamic data of aerobic and fermentative energy production, and indicate a selection towards increased energetic efficiency of biochemical pathways leading to less toxic and readily excretable end products in anoxibiotic invertebrates. The thermodynamic model is mainly based upon a metabolic scheme elaborated on intertidal bivalves by de Zwaan et al, benthic oligochaetes and fresh-water bivalves. It may provide a general hypothesis for the energetic processes which operate in a variety of ecological and taxonomic groups of anoxibiotic animals.
d taxonomic groups of anoxibiotic animals.  +
Has info [[Media:Gnaiger 1977 Invertrebrate anoxibiosis.pdf |'''Bioblast pdf''']]  +
Has title Gnaiger E (1977) Thermodynamic considerations of invertebrate anoxibiosis. In: Applications of calorimetry in life sciences. Lamprecht I, Schaarschmidt B (eds), de Gruyter, Berlin:281-303.  +
Mammal and model Annelids  + , Molluscs  +
MiP area Respiration  + , Comparative MiP;environmental MiP  +
Preparation Intact organism  +
Respiration and regulation Aerobic glycolysis  + , ATP  + , Coupling efficiency;uncoupling  +
Stress Ischemia-reperfusion  +
Was published by MiPNetLab AT Innsbruck Gnaiger E +
Was published in journal De Gruyter +
Was published in year 1977  +
Was written by Gnaiger E +
Categories Publications
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