Effect of heat and cold factors on amylolytic and invertase activity of the small intestine in growing rats
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Acute experiments on young rats showed that exposure to heat (40–41°C) and cold (5–6°C) and injections of ACTH (4 units/100 g body weight per injection) during the first week of life led to a sharp decrease in total amylolytic and invertase activity of homogenates and everted segments of the small intestine of the animals. The inhibition of intestinal function continued throughout the next 2 weeks of life.
Key Wordsintestine enzyme spectrum exposure to heat hydrolytic function stress
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