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[Niveaux Comparés Des Composants Métaboliques De Deux Populations D'Écrevisses Pallipèdes, Austropotamobius Pallipes (Lereboullet) Mises En Stabulation: Effets Du Régime Alimentaire Et Du Jeûne (Decapoda, Astacidae), Niveaux Comparés Des Composants Métaboliques De Deux Populations D'Écrevisses Pallipèdes, Austropotamobius Pallipes (Lereboullet) Mises En Stabulation: Effets Du Régime Alimentaire Et Du Jeûne (Decapoda, Astacidae)]

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Austropotamobius pallipes kept under laboratory conditions, approaching as much as possible the natural environment, decreased in weight. Comparison is made between two groups: one fed with animal food, the other with vegetable food. During the intermoult stage, the carnivorous animals contained less glucides, but more lipids and proteins. The range of variation of metabolite levels, as function of the moult cycle, is very pronounced. Lipids are strongly accumulated only under decreasing (autumnal) temperatures. In relation with the diet, the accumulation of lipids and proteins during the intermoult is more or less strongly pronounced. Under laboratory conditions, the two groups show a decrease in total glucids. The proteinic fall is less pronounced in the herbivorous group.

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