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Vitamin A is an essential micronutrient and it is critically important in the development and maintenance of multiple epithelial tissues, including skin, hair, and sebaceous glands. However, deficiency or excessive vitamin A is associated with the development and growth of hair follicle. In this...

Author(s)
Nan WeiXiao; Si HuaZhe; Lou YuJie; Li GuangYu
Publisher
Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine, Beijing, China
Citation
Chinese Journal of Animal Nutrition, 2019, 31, 9, pp 3968-3975
Abstract

Vitamin D regulates mineral homeostases and enterocyte proliferation and differentiation. Hypervitaminosis D generates changes in cell proliferation, differentiation and apoptosis in several organs. We analysed morphometric parameters and proliferative and apoptotic indices in the intestinal...

Author(s)
Zanuzzi, C. N.; Nishida, F.; Portiansky, E. L.; Fontana, P. A.; Gimeno, E. J.; Barbeito, C. G.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 2012, 93, 1, pp 336-342
Abstract

Vitamin A toxicosis and vitamin E deficiency was diagnosed in a commercial rabbit-breeding colony and was associated with reproductive abnormalities, abortions, and poor survivability of kits in the breeding colony. Paresis and muscular dystrophy were noted in juvenile rabbits. Another group of New ...

Author(s)
St. Claire, M. B.; Kennett, M. J.; Besch-Williford, C. L.
Publisher
American Association for Laboratory Animal Science, Memphis, USA
Citation
Contemporary Topics in Laboratory Animal Science, 2004, 43, 4, pp 26-30
Abstract

This study evaluated nutrient intake and relevant blood parameters of 14 captive cheetahs, randomly assigned to a meat-only diet (supplemented beef, SB) or a whole prey diet (whole rabbit, WR) for 4 weeks each. Despite a higher food intake, daily metabolizable energy intake was lower when fed WR...

Author(s)
Depauw, S.; Hesta, M.; Whitehouse-Tedd, K.; Stagegaard, J.; Buyse, J.; Janssens, G. P. J.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Hoboken, USA
Citation
Zoo Biology, 2012, 31, 6, pp 629-641
Abstract

Thirty New Zealand White rabbits 35 days of age were assigned to three groups, which were orally given vitamin A (retinol palpitate) and smallcap˜L-ascorbic acid (AA) daily as follows: 0 supplementation (control); 50 000 IU vitamin A; 50 000 IU vitamin A+100 mg AA/animal daily. Body weight and feed ...

Author(s)
Albar, A.
Citation
University of Aden Journal of Natural and Applied Sciences, 1998, 2, 1, pp 13-19
Abstract

New Zealand White rabbits 56 days old were in 5 groups of 8 each and fed for 6 weeks on a diet of 56.54% lucerne, 36.99% wheat mill run, 3% molasses, 1.25% bentonite, 0.1% copper sulphate, 0.6% vitamin A, 0.2% vitamin E, 0.5% NaCl and 0.82% meat meal, or that diet plus a daily oral allowance (per...

Author(s)
Ismail, A. M.; Shalash, S. M.; Kotby, E. A.; Cheeke, P. R.; Patton, N. M.
Citation
Journal of Applied Rabbit Research, 1992, 15, B, pp 1196-1205
Abstract

This study was conducted to analyse the intestinal carbohydrate expression under the effect of hypervitaminosis D induced by S. glaucophyllum (Sg). Five male 3-month-old New Zealand White rabbits were orally intoxicated with Sg at 125 mg/kg/day twice a week for 1 month. Four animals were used as...

Author(s)
Zanuzzi, C. N.; Barbeito, C. G.; Fontana, P. A.; Portiansky, E. L.; Gimeno, E. J.
ISBN
2007 CABI (H ISBN 9781845932732)
Publisher
CABI, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Poisonous plants: global research and solutions, 2007, pp 285-291
Abstract

From 2 weeks before mating to week 4 of suckling their litter, does in 5 groups were fed on a standard Oregon State University diet alone (group 1), or additionally given by mouth (per head daily) vitamin A 25 000 IU without (group 2) or with vitamin C 50 mg (group 3), vitamin E 50 mg (group 4) or...

Author(s)
Ismail, A. M.; Shalash, S. M.; Kotby, E. A.; Cheeke, P. R.; Patton, N. M.
Citation
Journal of Applied Rabbit Research, 1992, 15, B, pp 1206-1218
Abstract

Author(s)
Frater, J. L.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association, Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2001, 79, 9, pp 608-611
Abstract

Author(s)
Ismail, A. M.; Shalash, S. M.; Kotby, E. A.; Cheeke, P. R.; Patton, N. M.
Citation
Journal of Applied Rabbit Research, 1992, 15, B, pp 985-994

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