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Comparative susceptibility of rats and sheep to molybdenosis



Comparative susceptibility of rats and sheep to molybdenosis



Bull. Recherches agronom. Gembloux. 1: 534-560



Basal diet of rats was 20 g including cereals, oilcake and milk powder or meatmeal, and had Mo 1.4, Cu 8.4 parts per million (ppm). That of sheep was 1.9 kg including fodder beet, lucerne hay and concentrates, and had Mo 0.09, Cu 7.6 "ppm per kg dry matter". Rats were Wistar males of about 150 g; for 2 groups of 20 rats the basal diet was mixed with 30 ml water and for the other 2 groups with 30 ml and Na2MoO4 to give Mo 15 mg per kg bodyweight.

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