Metabolism of some gluconeogenic substrates in sheep during exercise
Harman, N.G. and Pethick, D.W. (1987) Metabolism of some gluconeogenic substrates in sheep during exercise. In: Proceedings of the Nutrition Society of Australia, V12, Twelfth Annual Scientific Meeting, November, Melbourne, Australia p. 135.
Sheep can exercise for long periods, during which blood glucose is utilised at an increased rate by working muscle (Pethick et al. 1987). The liver must therefore increase its rate of glucose secretion. This paper presents results to show the potential significance of several gluconeogenic precursors.n.
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