glucogenic

glucogenic

 [gloo″ko-jen´ik]
giving rise to or producing sugar.

glu·co·gen·ic

(glū'kō-jen'ik),
Giving rise to or producing glucose.
Synonym(s): glucoplastic

glu·co·gen·ic

(glū'kō-jen'ik)
Giving rise to or producing glucose.

glucogenic

giving rise to or producing sugar.
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18) The results obtained from the present study showed that the reduction in postprandial glucose in the animals may have been associated with decreased glucogenic activity with a reduction in urea excretion or the inhibition of glycogenolysis as suggested by increased liver glycogen.
Propionibacterium acidipropionici P169 and glucogenic precursors improve rumen fermentation of low-quality forage in beef cattle.
During these conditions, cells dependent on glycolysis (ex: red blood cells) use glucose derived from gluconeogesis, the precursors for which are glycerol, lactate, and glucogenic amino acids.
According to literature, Glycoline[R] is a glucogenic supplement, offered on the market as an anticetosic that is preferably added to the diet during the transition period.
Feeding of ground maize, whole cotton seed and soybean as concentrate source of energy and glucogenic material is advised.
As reported by Arskov (1987) that propionate was an essential glucogenic compound and synthezed via gluconeogenesis in the liver of the ruminants.
The gluconeogenesis, which is a metabolic pathway that results in the generation of glucose from non-carbohydrate carbon substrates such as lactate, glycerol, and glucogenic amino acids, was determined by using L-glutamic acid administration in our experiment.
6] In mammals, ghrelin has been shown to exhibit a range of actions on cardiovascular, gastrointestinal, and pancreatic functions, as well as lipogenic and glucogenic actions.
For example, glucogenic amino acids are converted to glucose during starvation (Lenhninger et al.
49] suggest that glucogenic diets in comparison with lipogenic diets, resulted in deposition of body reserves.
The lower blood glucose concentration in lambs fed SFM diet may be attributed to high rumen degradability resulting in lesser availability of glucogenic amino acids (Sano et al.