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Studies on the feeding effect of rapeseed oilmeal. 7. Effect of hot water treatment on rapeseed oilmeal. (3) Histological observ-ations on the thyroid glands of rats and chicks



Studies on the feeding effect of rapeseed oilmeal. 7. Effect of hot water treatment on rapeseed oilmeal. (3) Histological observ-ations on the thyroid glands of rats and chicks



Jap. J. Zootech. Sci 36: 324-333



For parts 4 and 5 see Abst. 4389, Vol. 34 and for part 6 Abst. 3122, Vol. 35. 7. The main histological change in thyroid of rats and chickens from feeding trials previously reported was increase in height of epithelial cells; size of follicles was not usually affected. The change was seen in rats and chickens given rapeseed oilmeal untreated, or extracted with hot water and given with the extract, but not with the water-extracted meal alone.

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