Studies from the Department of Physiology; Including Contributions from the Russell Sage Institute of Physiology Volume 1-3

Studies from the Department of Physiology; Including Contributions from the Russell Sage Institute of Physiology Volume 1-3

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ...the morning hour before food ingestion, there may be an additional heat production in the animal amounting to 45 calories. 8. Intestinal work (Darmarbeit) appears to have little to do with the increased heat production because a high metabolism is maintained in the fourteenth hour after food ingestion even though three-quarters of the nitrogen of the protein administered has been eliminated in the urine and the work of the intestinal canal must have been largely completed. APPENDIX. Showing urinary analyses. "Residual" N is the estimated quantity for a fraction of an hour. Reprinted fiqm The Journal Of Biological Chemistry, Vol. XIII. No. 1, 1912. ANIMAL CALORIMETRY. THIHD PAPER. METABOLISM AFTER THE INGESTION OF DEXTROSE AND FAT, INCLUDING THE BEHAVIOR OF WATER, UREA AND SODIUM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS.1 By GRAHAM LUSK, With The Assistance Of J. A. Riche. (From the Physiological Laboratory, Cornell Medical College, New York City.) (Received for publication, August 12,1912.) I. Introduction 27 II. Experimental Part 28 A. The results of the ingestion of dextrose by Dog 1 28 B. The basal metabolism of Dog II 29 C. The results of the ingestion of dextrose by Dog II 31 a. Twenty grams of dextrose 31 b. Fifty grams of dextrose 32 c. Seventy-five grams of dextrose 32 d. The nitrogen elimination 33 D. Discussion of the results of dextrose ingestion 34 E. The ingestion of water 36 F. The ingestion of urea in solution 36 G. The ingestion of sodium chloride in solution 37 H. The ingestion of fat 38 Summary 40 I. INTRODUCTION. The discussion in the last paper of this series noted the fact that, whereas Magnus-Levy found an increase of 20 per cent in the metabolism of a dog during the hours following carbohydrate ingestion; Rubner's work showed an...show more

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  • Paperback | 228 pages
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  • English
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  • 1236592689
  • 9781236592682