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THE RATE OF DECLINE OF MILK SECRETION WITH THE ADVANCE OF THE PERIOD OF LACTATION
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It is shown that the course of decline of milk secretion with the advance of the period of lactation may be expressed by the equation of a monomolecular chemical reaction, and this substantiates the idea that milk secretion is limited by a chemical reaction. Expand
THE RELATION BETWEEN THE INITIAL RISE AND THE SUBSEQUENT DECLINE OF MILK SECRETION FOLLOWING PARTURITION
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The facts suggest that under favorable conditions of food and management the factors limiting or controlling the characteristic rise and decline of the dairy cow appears to become normal within a short time after calving which is long before maximum milk secretion is reached. Expand
Conjugation, Distribution, and Biological Half-Life (t ½) of Radioactive Progesterone in Plasma and Red Cells of Bovine Blood,
Summary A study was made of the fate in the blood of labeled progesterone injected intravenously into the bovine. The biological half-lives (t ½) of progesterone in the free (ether-extractable)Expand
Alteration of thyroid hormone secretion rate in fowls changed from a cold to a warm environment.
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The mechanism by which the animal body adjusts to temperature variation involves the increased secretion of the thyrotropic hormone (TSH) and of l -T4 during periods of a cold environment and decreases during periods in a hot environment. Expand
Effect of Melatonin on Thyroid Hormone Secretion Rate and Feed Consumption of Female Rats.∗
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The results indicate that melatonin depresses TSR but the effect appears to be reduced with advaancing age, and may be cumulative due to increasing doses of melatonin during each TSR estimation at monthly intervals. Expand
Effect of Litter Size Upon Milk Yield and Litter Weight Gains in Rats
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The influence of litter size in rats on the estimated milk yields and litter weight gains on days 14 to 20, and on the DNA of the mammary glands on day 20, is reported. Expand
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