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Fat in lactation rations: review

Journal of Dairy Science

Jan 1, 1980

D L Palmquist, T C Jenkins

Abstract

Recent research has demonstrated the effectiveness of added fat in diets to maintain milk production and fat percent. Much of the earlier work which indicated that fat affects digestion negatively may not be applicable because of great differences in the nature of diets and fats fed and...read more

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Microorganism
Calcium [EPC]
Bile Acid Measurement
Diet
Lysolecithin
Very low density lipoprotein triglyceride
Calcium
Mammary Gland
Ruminants
Uptake
110
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Fat in lactation rations: review

Journal of Dairy Science

Jan 1, 1980

D L Palmquist, T C Jenkins

PMID: 6989864

DOI: 10.3168/jds.s0022-0302(80)82881-5

Abstract

Recent research has demonstrated the effectiveness of added fat in diets to maintain milk production and fat percent. Much of the earlier work which indicated that fat affects digestion negatively may not be applicable because of great differences in the nature of diets and fats fed and...read more

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Microorganism
Calcium [EPC]
Bile Acid Measurement
Diet
Lysolecithin
Very low density lipoprotein triglyceride
Calcium
Mammary Gland
Ruminants
Uptake
110

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Consumption of low-fat diets have been shown to increase lipoprotein A and small dense low-density lipoprotein particles in the plasma. This feed focuses on the effect of low-fat diets on serum lipids.

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Exocrine glands are a specific type of gland which contains ducts that secrete a specialized substance to a surface, such as the salivary glands, respiratory and gastrointestinal glands. Diseases can affect the exocrine glands and impair their normal functioning. Discover the latest research on exocrine glands here.

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  • Citations201
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