Moths’ sweet way of compensating for lack of antioxidants

Posted by on February 16, 2017 6:39 pm
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Animals that feed almost solely on nectar, which doesn’t produce protective antioxidants, are still able to avoid experiencing oxidative damage to their muscles through a clever adaption that involves converting carbohydrates into antioxidants, a new study reveals.

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