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Interaction effect of dietary iron level and environmental temperature on iron absorption, Hemoglobin regeneration efficiency and nutritional status of growing rats



Interaction effect of dietary iron level and environmental temperature on iron absorption, Hemoglobin regeneration efficiency and nutritional status of growing rats



Iraqi Journal of Veterinary Sciences 14(1): 155-165



84 Sprague-Dawley derived weanling male rats were used as a model in this study. The animals were fed for 10 days and divided into 2 major groups (42 rats for each group) according to their body weight, then each group divided into 2 groups (21 rats for each group) and fed standard and basal diets separately.

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