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Jurnal Penelitian Gizi dan Makanan
Vol 28, No 1 (2005)
PENGARUH REALIMENTASI TERHADAP PERKEMBANGAN BERAT BADAN DAN MORFOLOGI USUS HALUS PADA TIKUS MALNUTRISI
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24 Dec 2011
 
Background: Intra Uterine Growth Retardation (IUGR) may birth weight cause to be, as a result of maternal malnutrition. The most common etiology of failure to thrive in infants due to gastrointestinal origin, particularly nutrient maldigestion, malabsorbtion and chronic diarrhea. Malnutrition in rats can be overcome with the gift of square meal and well-balanced by energy required to pursue the growth . Objectives: To determine growth response of body weight, morphology of intestinal parameters and activities of disaccharidases enzyme. by using rats as animal model. Methods: This research is experimental. Malnourished rats were made with the restriction diet of equal to 50 percent since gestation period, lactation and 3 week after delivering birth. Realimentation were conducted for 8 weeks, with the food given ad libitum and use the control. Parameters collected are ; body weight, morphology and morphometry of small intestine, serum of albumin and enzyme activities in disaccharidases Results: The body weight of rats in realimentation group was higher than malnutrition group, but lower than control group. The morphology and morphometry of small intestine showed the increase have a meaning , and so do serum of albumin and activities of disaccharidases enzyme Conclusions: Realimentation among malnourished rats can improve body weight, morphology and morphometry of small intestine, and also enzyme activities in dtsaccharidases. [Panel Gizi Makan 2005,28(2): 31—37]
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