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Effect of feeding dhanata and balata diets on the structure and function of small intestines of rats. 5

, : Effect of feeding dhanata and balata diets on the structure and function of small intestines of rats. 5. Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics 12(1): 17-20

5. Dhanata (whole paddy flour) and balata (mill residue flour) contain high proportions of phytic acid and fibre, hence the effect of diets containing dhanata and balata was studied on the structure and function of small intestines of adult male albino rats. No difference in the activities of protease, amylase and alkaline phosphatase of the small intestines was observed in rats fed on diets containing dhanata and balata and control diet containing polished rice.


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