B. Eskeland

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I . Glucose, and acetic, propionic and butyric acids, the major energy sources available to ruminants, have been comparatively evaluated as energy sources for growth in lambs. The energy sources wcrc administered intravenously at 2.092 and 2. j 10 MJ metabolizable energy per 24 h for periods of 9-12 d. Nitrogen was given in excess of requirement so that(More)
Japanese quails were exposed to dietary methyl mercury chloride in graded amounts from 2–8 ppm through a series of multiple-generation experiments with the experimental periods lasting from 6–12 weeks, starting with the experimental diets when the birds were 6 weeks old. Cadmium chloride was added to diets with and without mercury and fed to groups in three(More)
Tissues of Japanese quails were subjected to electron microscopical study. The birds had received 0-8 ppm methylmercury added to their diets for 6 weeks. The ultrastructural changes in the littoral cells of the liver were swollen mitochondria, with dilatation of the endoplasmic reticulum, loss of ribosomes from the rough endoplasmic reticulum and an(More)
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