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Studies on magnesium in ruminant nutrition. 9. Effect of potassium and magnesium intakes on development of hypomagnesaemia in sheep



Studies on magnesium in ruminant nutrition. 9. Effect of potassium and magnesium intakes on development of hypomagnesaemia in sheep



British Journal of Nutrition 23(1): 81-90



For part 8 see Abst. 5064, Vol. 38. 9. In the first experiment 5 groups of 4 dry non-pregnant ewes were given 1 kg per day of semi-purified diets with 0.05, 0.10 or 0.15% Mg with no extra K or 4.44%. Plasma Mg concentration was reduced by extra K and when less Mg was given. The effects were additive and with least Mg extra K induced 2 cases of hypomagnesaemic tetany.

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