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Digestive physiology of horses. 10. Changes in the intestinal and intermediary water and electrolyte metabolism in horses with chronic sodium deficiency



Digestive physiology of horses. 10. Changes in the intestinal and intermediary water and electrolyte metabolism in horses with chronic sodium deficiency



Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie, Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 52(2/3): 155-170



10. Tests, in vivo or in vitro, were made during dietary sodium depletion and repletion and before and after exertion, and induced sweating, on 2 horses with caecal fistula and 12 ponies. Digestibility of crude nutrients and major elements, except for calcium, and glucose absorption were not impaired by Na deficiency.

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