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Effect of lipoids on milk secretion and the chemical composition of milk. 1. Effect of parenteral administration of pure lecithin and cholesterol in the goat



Effect of lipoids on milk secretion and the chemical composition of milk. 1. Effect of parenteral administration of pure lecithin and cholesterol in the goat



Boll. Soc. ital. Biol. sper 10: 443-445



Parenteral injections into the goat of lecithin in small doses (0.4-0.8 g.) caused increase in body weight and milk secretion, a slight increase in percentage of total lipoids and cholesterol, but no change in other chemical components. With medium and large doses (1.2, 1.6 and 2.4 g.) body weight was lowered, milk secretion diminished by about 50 per cent., but the chemical composition of the milk was unaltered.

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