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Effect of feeding animals on wheat grain preserved with propionic acid. 2. Values for some biochemical indices in the serum of hens and rats


Effect of feeding animals on wheat grain preserved with propionic acid. 2. Values for some biochemical indices in the serum of hens and rats



Zeszyty Naukowe Akademii Rolniczo Technicznej w Olsztynie 174: 123-131



2. Ca in blood serum of rats on untreated wheat grain was 8.08 to 10.7 mg/100 ml; in rats given wheat preserved with propionic acid blood Ca was mostly similar except from 7 to 10 weeks on preserved wheat during which it was 10 to 20% less. In hens blood Ca was 7.52 to 10.44 mg/100 ml with preserved and 8.50 to 10.62 mg with untreated wheat. Serum total protein in rats on preserved wheat was about 2% less than in controls.

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