Absorption and metabolism of glucose by the mesenteric-drained viscera of sheep fed on dried-grass or ground, maize-based diets.

@article{Janes1985AbsorptionAM,
  title={Absorption and metabolism of glucose by the mesenteric-drained viscera of sheep fed on dried-grass or ground, maize-based diets.},
  author={Amy Janes and T. E. C. Weekes and David G. Armstrong},
  journal={The British journal of nutrition},
  year={1985},
  volume={54 2},
  pages={449-58}
}
Sheep fitted with re-entrant canulas in the proximal duodenum and terminal ileum were used to determine the amount of alpha-glucoside entering, and apparently disappearing from, the small intestine when either dried-grass or ground maize-based diets were fed. The fate of any alpha-glucoside entering the small intestine was studied by comparing the net… CONTINUE READING