Some Dietary Amino Acids and Meal-Feeding Phase Shifts of Locomotor Activity
Animal feeding behavior, Animal locomotion, Diets, Tryptophan, Tyrosine, Goldfish, Circulating levels of tryptophan or tyrosine, Feeding entrainment of locomotor activity, Goldfish
Medical Science Research
Examined the role of circulating levels of tryptophan or tyrosine in feeding entrainment of activity in goldfish. Results do not support the view that dietary amino acid precursors of central nervous system (CNS) neurotransmitters may be directly involved with feeding entrainment of circadian rhythms.
Richard E. Spieler, Teresa A. Noeske, Therese A. DeRosier, and Hugh A. Poston. 1987. Some Dietary Amino Acids and Meal-Feeding Phase Shifts of Locomotor Activity .Medical Science Research , (13-16) : 921 -922. http://nsuworks.nova.edu/occ_facarticles/187.