The effect of ammonium chloride induced acidosis on calcium metabolism in ruminants.

@article{Vagg1970TheEO,
  title={The effect of ammonium chloride induced acidosis on calcium metabolism in ruminants.},
  author={M. J. Vagg and J. M. Payne},
  journal={The British veterinary journal},
  year={1970},
  volume={126 10},
  pages={
          531-7
        }
}
SUMMARY A mild acidosis was induced in goats and cows by oral administration of ammonium chloride. The effects of this treatment on the accretion rate of calcium into bone and on the size of the exchangeable calcium pool were investigated using the radioisotopes 85Sr and 45Ca. Ammonium chloride was found to cause a significant increase in exchangeable calcium and a reduction in accretion rate. In contrast oral administration of sodium carbonate or ammonium acetate was found to reduce the size… Expand
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