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2012 Teets et al 2013 PNAS 100%

In addition, overwintering midge larvae are capable of undergoing another distinct form of dehydration, known as cryoprotective dehydration (9).


2012 Colinet et al PLOS One 84%

Diapausing parasitoids accumulated high levels of cryoprotective polyols, especially sorbitol.


2018 Enriquez et al Front Physiol 79%

moderate changes in cryoprotective substances and metabolic robustness.


Colinet et al 2016 BBA 65%

first, we expected adjustments of the concentrations of molecules with potential cryoprotective functions.


2007 Colinet et al. CBP 64%

Fluctuating thermal regime (FTR) may act as a cue triggering the initiation of a metabolic response involving synthesis of cryoprotective compounds, such as free amino acids (FAA).


2013 Foray et al CBP 60%

Cold tolerance increases through the accumulation of metabolites with an assumed cryoprotective function and the depression of metabolites involved in energy metabolism.


2019 Enriquez & Colinet BMC Genomics 57%

Cold acclimation induces deep and complex physiological remodeling such as changes in composition of membranes [20], mobilization of cryoprotective metabolites [21–24], maintenance of metabolic homeostasis [25–28], altered stress genes expression [29, 30], and enhanced ability to maintain ion and water balance [29, 31, 32].


2013 Colinet et al Metabolomics 52%

In many insect species, acquisition of cold tolerance involves the accumulation of large quantities of cryoprotective solutes, such as polyols, sugars and free amino acids (Lee 2010;


2014 Overgaard et al JIP 48%

Cryoprotective sugars Dry mass after flies had been dried at 60 °C for 24 h was measured before extraction.


2007 Lalouette Colinet et al. FEBS 45%

Some FAAs have been shown to have cryoprotective properties in insects, but the relationship between FAAs, cold tolerance and survival has not yet been well defined.


2012 Teets et al Physiol Genomics 43%

In the metabolome, RCH had a slight yet significant effect on several metabolic pathways, while cold shock resulted in dramatic increases in gluconeogenesis, amino acid synthesis, and cryoprotective polyol synthesis.


2012 Colinet et al Funct Ecol 39%

Accumulation of cryoprotective sugars or free amino acids (FAAs).


2016 Javal et al AB 34%

In addition, physiological changes such as synthesis of heat shock proteins (Boardman et al., 2013) and cryoprotective molecules (Clark &


2013 Khodayari et al Environ Entomol 31%

distributions, reßecting for instance the seasonal changes in cold tolerance via changes in the feeding and physiological status (for instance molting and diapause), body water hydration (cryoprotective dehydration), and cold acclimation (Sømme and Block 1982, Knight et al.


2015 Renault et al. Rev Ecol 29%

Revue d’Ecologie (Terre et Vie), Vol.


2016 Kostal et al Scientific Reports 27% OPEN received: