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caecum

(US), cecum
Anatomy any structure or part that ends in a blind sac or pouch, esp the pouch that marks the beginning of the large intestine

caecum

[′sē·kəm]
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If cecal microbial efficiencies are not optimal, fermentation and energy production will not be, either.
A quantidade diaria de liquido administrado foi de 50 ml/kg de solucao de hidratacao, esta quantidade foi administrada via sonda cecal (Figura 3), de forma fracionada, aproximadamente seis administracoes diarias durante as 96 horas de jejum.
to noon, there was no change in cecal intubation, bowel prep, or withdrawal times, but adenoma detection diminished from nearly 48% to 45%.
Distribution of lymphoid tissue in the cecal mucosa of chickens.
An analytic assay has been developed that allows for quantitative measurement of these metabolites that are present in the cecal fluid of laboratory mice that are maintained in a germ-free environment, or administered antibiotics.
Activator protein-1 (AP-1), Cecal ligation and puncture (CLP), Cytoplasmic phospholipase [A.
Se tomaron 0,2 g de cada conjunto de muestra de contenido cecal y se suspendieron en 2,4 ml de agua destilada desionizada.
Effect of dietary lactose on cecal, pH, bacteriostatic volatile fatty acid, and Salmonella typhimurium colonization of broilers chicks.
Rabbits on high-forage diets will usually consume all of their cecal pellets.