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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Caprinos e Ovinos - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2014
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: SOARES, J. K. B.
QUEIROGA, R. de C. R. do E.
BOMFIM, M. A. D.
PESSOA, D. C. N. de P.
BARBOSA, E. de A.
SOUZA, D. L.
CABRAL-FILHO, J. E.
MEDEIROS, M. do C.
Additional Information: Juliana Kessia Barbosa Soares, UFPE - Recife, PE, Brazil; Rita de Cássia Ramos do Egypto Queiroga; MARCO AURELIO DELMONDES BOMFIM, CNPC; Debora Catarine Nepomuceno de Pontes Pessoa; Elida de Andrade Barbosa; Dione Lins Souza; Jose Eulálio Cabral-Filho; Maria do Carmo Medeiros.
Title: Acceleration of reflex maturation and physical development in suckling rats: effects of a maternal diet containing lipids from goat milk.
Publisher: Nutritional Neuroscience, London, v. 17, n. 1, p. 1-6, Jan. 2014.
Language: en
Keywords: Maternal nutritional
Dosage effects
Fats
Plant oils.
Description: Objective: To investigate the effects of lipids from goat milk containing conjugated linoleic acids on body weight and reflex ontogeny of neonatal rats treated during the prenatal and suckling periods. Methods: Three groups were studied: soybean oil (S), coconut oil (C), and goat milk lipids (GM). Reflex maturation (palm grasp, righting reflex, cliff avoidance, vibrissae placing, negative geotaxis, auditory startle, and free-fall righting) as well as body weight evolution were recorded during lactation. Results: Data demonstrated that the lipids from goat milk accelerated body weight evolution as well as all the reflex maturation investigated (P < 0.05). Discussion: The supply of goat?s milk offered to Wistar rats during pregnancy and lactation provided a variety of fatty acids necessary to accelerate the development of offspring.
Thesagro: Leite de cabra
Caprino
Aleitamento
Lactação
Óleo vegetal
Soja
Dieta
Gordura
Prenhez
Coco
Cérebro
Ganho de peso
NAL Thesaurus: Goat milk
Goats
Rats
Weight
Suckling
Linoleic acid
Lactation
Drugs
Pregnancy
Soybean oil
Coconut oil
Brain
conjugated linoleic acid.
Data Created: 2015-01-14
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