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The purpose of this work was to investigate the effects of 96-hour exposure and within 12 days after the end of exposure to different concentrations of Cu and Zn ions mixture on the bacterial flora of the digestive tract of adult rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss.
Gut material was sampled/collected in triplicate from the isolated parts of the digestive tract (Staaland et al.
The feline digestive tract can also be assaulted by the ingestion of such toxins as insecticides and household cleaners, and by certain poisonous plants.
Integrative Digestive Formula promotes healthy digestion throughout the entire digestive tract without the risk of future congestion.
However, more than one million people are diagnosed with a digestive condition every year in England alone; 12% of deaths in the UK are linked to problems with the digestive tract, showing the scale of a problem which is usually considered taboo due to the sometimes rather embarrassing subject matter involved.
When supplementing with digestive enzymes, it is important to take vegetarian enzymes from non-animal sources as they work over a broad pH range and work throughout the digestive tract.
Surgeons discovered that Sharon's digestive tract was so badly damaged he would have died in days if they had not operated to remove part of his intestine.
When one chews the gum, it releases the scented chemicals into the digestive tract.
ABSTRACT Histologically, the epithelium of the digestive tract is pseudostratified columnar type, which is composed of 3 kinds of cells (i.
The digestive tract (esophagus, proventriculus, gizzard) was then removed and injected with 1 CC of 10% formalin (Dillery 1965) to stop the digestive process.
On examination, the digestive tract from the stomach to the rectum was removed and tested for B.