CROISSANCE DES TISSUS DU RAT ET RÉDUCTION DE L'APPORT ÉNERGÉTIQUE DE LA RATION ; INFLUENCE SUR LA TENEUR EN ACIDES NUCLÉIQUES
Journal/Book: Ann. Biol. anim. Bioch. Biophys. 1967 7 (2) 145-155·. 1967;
Abstract: Station centrale de Nutrition Centre national de Recherches zooteckniques 78 - Jouy-en-Josas Institut national de la Recherche agronomique Paris SUMMARY Growth of tissues of rats and reduction of energy supplied by the ration; influence on nucleic acid content Growth of liver muscles of the hind limbs and the eviscerated carcase of rats given a reduced supply of energy in their ration (restricted animals) and of rats fed normally (control anomals) was studied by measuring: - the changes in the content of deoxyribonucleic acid (DAN) proportional to the number of cells - the ratio of fresh weight to DAN proportional to the size of the cells - the ratios of protein to DAN and of ribonucleid acid (RNA) to DAN. . . .