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Morphology of the blood and digestive tract of rats fed on chemically preserved wheat grain


Morphology of the blood and digestive tract of rats fed on chemically preserved wheat grain



Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznej w Olsztynie 158: 69-78



Groups of 35 Wistar rats 12 weeks old were given for 13 weeks wheat preserved with propionic acid or with propionic and formic acids 1:1 or 3:1 or wheat with no preservative. For the first 3 trial groups the preservative was 0.88% of weight of grain. At 12 weeks rats given wheat with the 3:1 ratio of acids were on average 28.3 g lighter than rats of the other groups. At 5 weeks haematocrit was lower in the trial rats than in controls but there was no significant difference at 13 weeks.

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