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DOI: 10.1016/0031-9384(89)90015-2 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: The effect of varying litter size and preventing milk delivery on the self-selection of calcium in lactating rats was assessed in two experiments. In Experiment 1, two groups of lactating rats, one having a litter size adjusted to four pups (n = 10) on the day after parturition and the other a litter size adjusted to 16 pups (n = 9), were given ad lib access to a 2.4% solution of calcium lactate, demineralised water, and a calcium deficient diet. Calcium, water and food intake were compared for these two group… Show more

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“…In the rat, intakes of 78 mM CaLa increased by ϳ9 ml/day (240). Rat mothers with large litters drank more CaLa than did those with small litters (192).…”
Section: Pregnancy and Lactationmentioning
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“…In the rat, intakes of 78 mM CaLa increased by ϳ9 ml/day (240). Rat mothers with large litters drank more CaLa than did those with small litters (192).…”
Section: Pregnancy and Lactationmentioning
“…Much more substantial increases in calcium intake occur during lactation. These have been demonstrated in experiments involving calcium presented as a single source (192,220,323), in a cafeteria choice of solutions (69,240), or a cafeteria choice of foods (36). In the rat, intakes of 78 mM CaLa increased by ϳ9 ml/day (240).…”
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“…Thus, during lactation rats ate more protein as well as fat and increased their intake of some micronutrients notably salt and calcium. Some of these findings have been replicated using simpler paradigms (Cohen and Woodside, 1989;Millelire and Woodside, 1989;Woodside and Millelire, 1987).…”
Section: Changes In Energy Intake and Expenditure In Lactationmentioning