Physiological Aspects of Digestion and Metabolism in by T. Tsuda, Y. Sasaki, R. Kawashima

By T. Tsuda, Y. Sasaki, R. Kawashima

This quantity is made out of invited papers awarded on the 7th foreign Symposium on Ruminant body structure, held in Sendai, Japan, in September 1989. Papers are invited at the innovations of three hundred foreign specialists. The complaints of this symposia offers the main complete insurance to be had of present study in ruminant physiology.

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245,387-407. Bell, F. , and Webber, D. E. (1981). The interplay between hydrogen ions, bicarbonate ions, and osmolarity in the anterior duodenum modulating gastric function in the conscious calf. / Physiol. 314,331-341. Bell, F. , Titchen, D. , and Watson, D. }. (1977). The effects of the gastric analogue, pentagastrin, on the gastric electromyogram and abomasal emptying in the calf. Res. Vet. Sei. 23, 165-170. Bell, F. , and Watson, D. J. (1976). The excitatory and inhibitory effect of the duodenal perfusate on gastric (abomasal) motility in the calf.

2 6 , 3 6 - 5 0 . Tsiamitas, C , and Brikes, P. (1981). Forestomach motility in adult sheep when reticular groove closure is provoked by copper sulphate solution. Ann. Rech. Vet. 12, 117-121. Upton, P. , Ryan, J. , and Leek, B. F. (1977). The effects of dietary factors on acid-induced inhibition of reticuloruminal motility in sheep. Proc. Nutr. Soc. 36, 9A. , De Swart, J. , and Bangma, G. A. (1984). F. C. Gregory emptying in sheep as related to the amount of protein entering the abomasum. Br. f.

Stimuli to the Duodenum There is good evidence that duodenal infusion of acid can produce humorally mediated motility effects. Humoral agents are indicated in the de­ layed excitation of duodenal tension receptors by 50 mmol HCl in sheep (Cottrell and Iggo, 1984a). The inhibition of abomasal and reticuloruminal motility in sheep by duodenal infusion of high doses of lactate (336 mmol/ hr" ) are mimicked in a recipient sheep following transfusion of blood from the gastroduodenal vein of the infused sheep (Bruce and Huber 1973).

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