2019
DOI: 10.1007/s11250-019-02129-0
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Histomorphometric changes of the fore-stomach of lambs fed with diets containing spineless cactus genotypes resistant to Dactylopius sp.

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“…The rumen epithelium is composed of the stratum corneum, granular layer, spinous layer and basal layer and has important physiological functions such as VFA metabolism, absorption, transportation and protection [21][22]. The stratum corneum has a small metabolic capacity and is an important protective barrier [23], and this study found that the thickness of the stratum corneum during the cold season is significantly higher than that in the warm season. This finding may be due to the rough quality and high fiber content of the cold season.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…The rumen epithelium is composed of the stratum corneum, granular layer, spinous layer and basal layer and has important physiological functions such as VFA metabolism, absorption, transportation and protection [21][22]. The stratum corneum has a small metabolic capacity and is an important protective barrier [23], and this study found that the thickness of the stratum corneum during the cold season is significantly higher than that in the warm season. This finding may be due to the rough quality and high fiber content of the cold season.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 64%
“…The rumen epithelium is composed of the stratum corneum, granular layer, spinous layer and basal layer and has important physiological functions such as VFA (Volatile fatty acid) metabolism, absorption, transportation and protection ( Gálfi et al, 1991 ; Steele et al, 2016 ). The stratum corneum has a small metabolic capacity and is an important protective barrier ( da Silva et al, 2020 ), and this study found that the thickness of the stratum corneum during the cold season is significantly higher than that in the warm season. This finding may be due to the rough quality and high fiber content of the cold season.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 72%
“…The quadratic effect observed for epithelial keratinization possibly re ects the decrease in the passage rate at the highest levels of CB inclusion, which induced a lower ow of the digest over the ruminal papillae, decreasing the abrasive effect on them, which led to a lower turnover rate cell in the outer layer of the epithelium, causing the keratin layer of the ruminal epithelium to decrease (Silva et al, 2020b). In the small intestine, the decrease in the passage rate possibly caused a linear decrease in the submucosal layer with the inclusion of CB.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%