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Effects of maternal protein restriction on the kidney of the newborn young of rats.
  • F. Zeman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of nutrition
  • 1 February 1968
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Effects on the fetal rat eye of maternal benomyl exposure and protein malnutrition.
Benomyl, a benzimidazole fungicide, produced ocular and craniocerebral malformations in fetal rats when administered to the dams by gavage in a dose of 62.4 mg/kg of maternal body weight/day on daysExpand
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Effect of the young rat of maternal protein restriction.
  • F. Zeman
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of nutrition
  • 1 October 1967
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Effects on the fetus of maternal nitrofen exposure in the protein-deprived rat.
The separate and combined effects of protein deprivation and nitrofen exposure were studied in the pregnant rat. Animals were fed diets containing 24, 8, 6 or 4% casein throughout gestation. WithinExpand
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Effects of protein deficiency, pair-feeding, or diet supplementation on maternal, fetal and placental growth in rats.
The effects of feeding, throughout gestation, a diet deficient in protein, of pair-feeding, and of supplementing the deficient diet late in gestation on maternal body weight and weights of theExpand
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Benomyl-induced craniocerebral anomalies in fetuses of adequately nourished and protein-deprived rats.
Benomyl, a benzimidazole fungicide, produced craniocerebral and systemic malformations in fetal rats when administered by gavage in doses of 31.2, 62.5, and 125 mg/kg of maternal body weight on daysExpand
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Effects on the fetus of maternal benomyl exposure in the protein-deprived rat.
The separate and combined effects of protein deprivation and benomyl [(methyl 1-butylcarbomoyl)-2-benzimidazole carbamate] exposure were studied in the pregnant rat fed a diet containing 24%Expand
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Early postnatal development of the intestine in progeny of protein-deprived rats.
Development of the small intestine was studied in newborn, and 4-, 8-, and 12-day-old young of rats fed diets, during gestation, containing 24 or 4% casein as the source of protein. NewbornExpand
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