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The effect of variation in phosphorus intake on net intestinal phosphorus absorption, salivary phosphorus secretion and pathway of excretion in sheep fed roughage diets.
Mature sheep fitted with rumen and duodenal cannulae and fed either pelleted hay or grass diets were given supplements of Na2HPO4 by continuous infusion into the rumen and the effects on salivaryExpand
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Protease inhibitors and lectins in soya beans and effects of aqueous heat-treatment
Protease inhibitor and lectin concentrations and N and lipid levels were evaluated in 27 soya bean samples. All contained trypsin and chymotrypsin inhibiting activity and lectin. Shinano midori,Expand
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Mechanisms of phosphate transport in sheep intestine and parotid gland: response to variation in dietary phosphate supply
The transport of phosphate in intestinal brush‐border membrane and parotid basolateral membrane vesicles isolated from sheep maintained on high and low phosphate diets have been studied. TheExpand
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Magnesium absorption in mature ewes infused intrarumenally with magnesium chloride.
The effects of magnesium supplementation on Mg absorption proximal and distal to the pylorus in ewes maintained on a grass diet were investigated using a combination of balance, digesta flow andExpand
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Differential effects of walnuts vs almonds on improving metabolic and endocrine parameters in PCOS
Background/Objectives:Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) is commonly associated with insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and increased inflammation, which all benefit from dietary intake ofExpand
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Effects of variations in dietary calcium and phosphorus supply on plasma and bone osteocalcin concentrations and bone mineralization in growing pigs
Growing pigs were fed diets supplying 45% (low), 70% (intermediate) and 100% (high) recommended dietary allowances of calcium (the Ca:P ratio was kept constant), but otherwise adequate in nutrients.Expand
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The dietary requirements of calcium and phosphorus for growing lambs.
Groups of wether lambs were fed on four concentrate diets, from a live weight (LW) of about 25 kg until they had grown to about 50 kg, when they were killed, minced and analysed. A fifth group wasExpand
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Nutritional and haemagglutination properties of several tropical seeds
The nutritional potential of a number of raw tropical seeds was assessed in a series of feeding trials with rats. Seed lectin reactivity was also monitored, α-amylase and trypsin inhibitoryExpand
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The effect of rate and extent of weight loss on urea salvage in obese male subjects.
It is well established that in human subjects a proportion of urea production undergoes hydrolysis in the gastrointestinal tract with release of N potentially available for amino acid synthesis.Expand
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