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Blood biochemical profile in relation to carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in rabbit


, : Blood biochemical profile in relation to carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in rabbit. Veterinary World: 1, 21-22

Two groups of Desi rabbits were subjected to either honey treated group or control group to examine the effect of honey on blood biochemical profile, particularly blood glucose, and serum cholesterol, lipid and phospholipids. The treatment group was given 5% simple sugar level in the drinking water.

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