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Starvation and refeeding influence the growth, biochemical index, intestinal microbiota, and transcriptomic profiles of golden pompano Trachinotus ovatus (Linnaeus 1758)
Frontiers in Marine Science
Starvation is a common stress in fish that is caused by environmental changes, and refeeding after starvation is believed to cause compensatory growth. Here, we evaluated the impacts of starvation for 7 d, followed by refeeding for 7 d on growth, gut microbiome, biochemical indices, liver transcriptome, and immune response in golden pompanos (Trachinotus ovatus). Starvation induced hypoglycemia, reduced triglyceride concentration, and considerably affected the activities of glycolysis relateddoi:10.3389/fmars.2022.998190 fatcat:xe3tt34ldvdbzgjzaazjljkohq