adipokinetic

ad·i·po·ki·net·ic

(ad'i-pō-ki-net'ik),
Denoting a substance or factor that causes mobilization of stored lipids.
[adipo- + G. kinēsis, movement]

adipokinetic

adjective A term of waning popularity referring to fat mobilisation.

ad·i·po·ki·net·ic

(ad'i-pō-ki-net'ik)
Denoting a substance or factor that causes mobilization of stored lipid.
[adipo- + G. kinēsis, movement]
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Glandular cells of the CC produce adipokinetic and hypertrehalosemic hormones (increasing the lipid and trehalose concentrations in the haemolymph) (Siegert 1999, Schooley e.
Locust corpora cardiaca contain an inactive adipokinetic hormone.
That happens because an enzyme called AMP-activated kinase stimulates the secretion of the adipokinetic hormone, which is the functional equivalent of glucagon.
Adipokinetic hormone is the insect equivalent to the hormone glucagon in the human pancreas.
Characterization of the adipokinetic and hyperglycaemic substances from the locust corpus cardiacum.
Roles of juvenile hormone, a brain factor and adipokinetic hormone in regulation of vitellogenin biosynthesis in Locusta migratoria.
This peptide is a member of the ever-expanding adipokinetic hormone (AKH) group.
Insect neuroendocrine cells and neurons containing various adipokinetic hormone (AKH)immunoreactive substances.
Developmentof imaginal competence to adipokinetic hormone in Locusta: lipid and carbohydrase levels, and glycogen phosphorylase activityin azadirachtin-induced over-aged nymphs.