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Synonyms for rumen

the first compartment of the stomach of a ruminant

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Table 6 shows the result obtained with basil leaf extract supplementation on benzo(a)pyrene-induced forestomach papillomagenesis.
Influence of supplemental protein quality on rumen fermentation, rumen microbial yield, forestomach digestion and intestinal amino acid flow in late lactation Holstein cows.
The protective effect appears to be related to the presence of organosulfur compounds and mainly allyl derivatives, which inhibit carcinogenesis in the forestomach, esophagus, colon, mammary gland, and lung of experimental animals.
Coal tar caused tumors in lung, skin, forestomach, small intestine, and liver and also caused hemangiosarcomas and histiosarcomas in various organs.
The NTP studied the effects of acrylonitrile given to mice by gavage and found clear evidence of carcinogenic activity in the forestomach and harderian gland of the eye for both males and females.
In drinking water studies, tumors were induced in the forestomach and gastrointestinal tract, as were leukemias (20,42-44).
Concerning nonneoplastic lesions in mice, increases of thyroid gland follicular cell hyperplasia occurred in all THC groups, and increases of forestomach hyperplasia and ulcers occurred in THC groups of male mice; yet, no THC-related tumors were observed to progress from these toxic lesions.
Functional gene analysis suggests different acetogen population in the bovine rumen and tammar wallaby forestomach.
The fibre from the tropical plants is more resistant to rumen degradation by microbes present in forestomach which produce enzymes to digest cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin (Van Soest et al.
Carcinomas of the lungs and adenocarcinomas of the forestomach have been reported in the Bactrian camel with metastatic lesions in the liver, hepatic lymph nodes, heart, aorta and the lungs [1].
Mode-of-action framework for evaluating the relevance of rodent forestomach tumors in cancer risk assessment.
Inhibition of benzo [a] pyrene-induced mouse forestomach neoplasia by a principal flavor component of Japanese-style fermented soy sauce.
Induction of hepatocellular carcinoma and highly metastatic squamous cell carcinomas in the forestomach of mice by feeding 2-amino-3,4-dimethylimidazo[4,5-f]-quinoline.