Effect of feeding on renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system of the horse

Effect of feeding on renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system of the horse MATERIALS METHODS EVERYDAY PHYSLOGICAL EVENTS causg significant diurnal variatn of the mammalian aldosterone (RAAS) clude I) changes body positn (humans), 2) exercise, 3) meal gestn (3, 5-7, 26). It is sufficiently documented humans that assumptn of an upright posture, e.g., gog from a supe to stg positn, causes a significant crease plasma ren activity (PRA), which is followed by an crease plasma aldosterone concentratn (7, 26). both humans , strenuous exercise is also a recognized stimulus of ren activity aldosterone concentratn (7, 12, 14, 24). Little vestigatn, however, has focused on the effect of meal gestn on this R524 0363-6119/B $1.50 Copyright Animals housg. Seven mature, grade s (two geldgs five nonpregnant mares) were studied. The group ranged weight from 384-516 kg age from 3-8 yr. All had normal physical examatns were treated for testal parasites 2 wk before experimentatn. The s were housed dividual, door 4 x 4-m stalls where ambient temperature was mataed at 70 t 5OF. A 12:12 light-dark terval was mataed; however, mimal lightg was necessary durg the night samplg times. Diet automatic feeders. All s were fed a pelPhyslogical Society 1988 the American R525 leted, hay-gra ratn from a sgle lot number (90% http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png AJP - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology The American Physiological Society

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MATERIALS METHODS EVERYDAY PHYSLOGICAL EVENTS causg significant diurnal variatn of the mammalian aldosterone (RAAS) clude I) changes body positn (humans), 2) exercise, 3) meal gestn (3, 5-7, 26). It is sufficiently documented humans that assumptn of an upright posture, e.g., gog from a supe to stg positn, causes a significant crease plasma ren activity (PRA), which is followed by an crease plasma aldosterone concentratn (7, 26). both humans , strenuous exercise is also a recognized stimulus of ren activity aldosterone concentratn (7, 12, 14, 24). Little vestigatn, however, has focused on the effect of meal gestn on this R524 0363-6119/B $1.50 Copyright Animals housg. Seven mature, grade s (two geldgs five nonpregnant mares) were studied. The group ranged weight from 384-516 kg age from 3-8 yr. All had normal physical examatns were treated for testal parasites 2 wk before experimentatn. The s were housed dividual, door 4 x 4-m stalls where ambient temperature was mataed at 70 t 5OF. A 12:12 light-dark terval was mataed; however, mimal lightg was necessary durg the night samplg times. Diet automatic feeders. All s were fed a pelPhyslogical Society 1988 the American R525 leted, hay-gra ratn from a sgle lot number (90%

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AJP - Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative PhysiologyThe American Physiological Society

Published: Mar 1, 1988

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