All aspects of metabolism and metabolites—storage, release into the blood, and use—are of fundamental importance to all functions and particularly to those that require high energy consumption. Hence, it is important to be thoroughly familiar with metabolic mechanisms and their regulation, which sometimes differ from one species to another, in order to understand fully the control mechanisms of the major vital functions.
KeywordsVentral Nerve Cord Neurosecretory Cell Stick Insect Subesophageal Ganglion Hemolymph Protein
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