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Studies of rickets and related bone diseases. 7. Effect of diet containing excess of calcium or phosphorus on the alkali reserve and buffering powerof the blood of young pigs



Studies of rickets and related bone diseases. 7. Effect of diet containing excess of calcium or phosphorus on the alkali reserve and buffering powerof the blood of young pigs



Mezogaadas. kutatas, 13: 1-8



Within a single species the alkali reserve of the blood is subject to very great individual variations. Experiments on 38 young pigs have shown that a diet containing excess of F lowers the alkali reserve and the buffering power of the blood because it favours the absorption of PO4, and a diet containing excess of Ca increases the buffering power because it favours absorption of Ca.

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