By D.F. Houlihan, D.R. Livingstone, R.F. Lee
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Biochem Biophys Acta 602:650-660 Plisetskaya EM, Bhattachacharya S, DickoffWW, Gorbman A (1984) The effect of insulin on amino acid metabolism and glycogen content in isolated liver cells of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutchi). Comp Biochem Physiol 78A:773-778 Pocrnjic Z, Mathews RW, Rappaport S, Haschemeyer AEV (1983) Quantitative protein synthetic rates in various tissues of a temperate fish in vivo by the method of phenylalanine swamping. Comp Biochem Physiol 74B:735-738 Pomposelli 11, Palombo JD, Hamawy KI, Bistrian BR, Blackburn GL, Moldawer LL (1985) Comparison of different techniques for estimating rates of protein synthesis in vivo in healthy and bacteraemic rats.
1989) and the kRNA values did not change (Noble 1990). In octopus, increasing fractional rates of protein synthesis and growth rates accompanied increased RNA concentrations in the whole bodies and tissues (Fig. 19; Houlihan et al. 1990a). These increases in RNA to protein ratios with increased feeding and growth rates and decreases with starvation support the idea that RNA concentrations indicate the capacity ofthe tissues to synthesise proteins and hence grow. g. Miglavs and Jobling 1989). It is notable that RNA concentrations in tissues are usually expressed in relation to protein concentration in those studies involved with protein synthesis measurements whereas there has also been considerable interest in relating the RNA ID N A ra tio to nutritional sta tus and growth ra tes (forreview see Bulow 1987).
Comp Biochem Physiol 44A:851-866 Jepson MM, Bates PC, Millward DJ (1988) The role of insulin and thyroid hormones in the regulation of muscle growth and protein turnover in response to dietary protein. Br J Nutr 59:397-415 Jobling M (1985) Growth. In: Tytler P, Calow P (eds) Fish energetics new perspectives. , with particular reference to growth under farmed conditions. Aquaculture 70: 1-19 Jobling M, Davies PS (1980) Effects offeeding on metabolic rate, and specific dynamic action in plaice, Pleuronectes platessa.
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