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6.1 The Effect of Season and Supplementation on the Selenium Status of Sheep

  • L. E. Wheatley (a1), N. F. G. Beck (a1) and J. L. Lees (a1)

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The effects of season and husbandry on the selenium (Se) status of four flocks, located in areas of Dyfed in Wales, were monitored over a 16-month period. The Se status of each flock was assessed from the activity of the Se-dependent enzyme glutathione peroxidase (EC 1. 11. 1. 9, GSH-Px), determined at 30°C in individual blood samples. The survey was initiated in January 1981 and samples were collected at monthly intervals from 18 ewes per flock.

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6.1 The Effect of Season and Supplementation on the Selenium Status of Sheep

  • L. E. Wheatley (a1), N. F. G. Beck (a1) and J. L. Lees (a1)

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