Effect of Movement Training on the Amino Acids Distribution and Intestines Morphosis in Rats
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This research was conduct to study the effect of high intensity movement raining on the amino acids metabolism and distribution in internal organ and ntestinal morphosis. About 40 Sprague-Dawley male rats were randomly divided intoexercised group and sedentary group. On day 10 after the initiation treatment average daily feed intake became significant lower and the average weight became significantlower on day 12 compared with the sedentary group. There was not significant difference about amino acids in the serum but valine which was significant lower than sedentary groups. Movement training increased significantly all amino acids content except cysteine in the intestinal tissue but failed in the liver and muscle eventhough all amino acids were higher in the muscle than sedentary group but cysteine. Amino acids digestibility was lower in exercised group and it became significant lower when it comes to lysine and histidine. Additionally, movement training decreased the numbers of lymphocyte but had no effect on the goblet cell villi height and crypt depth in middle jejunum. © Medwell Journals, 2012.
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Gong, M., Ren, W., Qi, H., Yin, Y., Wang, D., Liu, G., & Wu, G.