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Variations in plasma thyroxine concentrations in sheep and the effects of iodine supplementation by an intra-ruminal device



Variations in plasma thyroxine concentrations in sheep and the effects of iodine supplementation by an intra-ruminal device



Proceedings of the Australian Society of Animal Production 13: 209-212



Plasma thyroxine concentrations were monitored during 320 days in sheep with 1 or 5 intra-ruminal iodine capsules and in controls given no capsule. Concentrations of hormone were similar in the 1- or 5-capsule groups. For long periods concentrations in those two groups were similar to that in the control group but at 2 periods of the experiment there was a significantly higher thyroxine concentration in the iodine-supplemented groups.

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