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Influence of a fat-mobilizing substance from geese urine on geese and chickens.
Year:
1975
Source of publication :
Poultry Science
Authors :
ניצן, צפרירה
;
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Volume :
54
Co-Authors:
Nir, I.
Nitsan, Z.
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From page:
629
To page:
632
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Total pages:
4
)
Abstract:
A fat-mobilizing substance (FMS) was extracted from the urine of fasting, ad-libitum-fed or over-fed colostomized geese. Injection of these materials into geese and cockerels caused increases in plasma-free fatty acids (FFA). A marked anorexigenic effect was obtained in cockerels only, by the FMS obtained from ad-libitum-fed geese. The daily amount of FMS excreted in the urine was proportional to the amount of feed consumed.
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Related Files :
Animal
Blood
Chickens
fatty acid
Geese
glucose blood level
lipid metabolism
Lipid Mobilization
Male
urine
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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23210
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Influence of a fat-mobilizing substance from geese urine on geese and chickens.
A fat-mobilizing substance (FMS) was extracted from the urine of fasting, ad-libitum-fed or over-fed colostomized geese. Injection of these materials into geese and cockerels caused increases in plasma-free fatty acids (FFA). A marked anorexigenic effect was obtained in cockerels only, by the FMS obtained from ad-libitum-fed geese. The daily amount of FMS excreted in the urine was proportional to the amount of feed consumed.
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