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diet

in Scots practice
1 the date fixed by a court for hearing a case.
2 a single session of a court.

DIET. An assembly held by persons having authority to manage the public affairs of the nation. In Germany, such assemblies are known by this name:

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Dams of DP offspring were provided with deficient diet during pregnancy, and after birth (PND 0) their offspring were cross-fostered by control dams during lactation, fed with standard diet.
After acclimatization, the rats were equally divided into 3 groups and fed Zn deficient diet, Zn adequate diet, control diet and water ad libitum for 30 days respectively.
Women infected with the human papillomavirus (HPV) are known to be at high risk for cervical cancer, and when they also have low blood levels of folacin because of a deficient diet, their risk increases.
This unique live model system can evaluate the effect of a given compound/ingredient for survival on a nutritionally deficient diet.
Cutaneous signs may be apparent within 2-3 months when deficient diet is fed.
Within this study, the rats fed the zinc deficient diet weighed less than the rats fed the zinc adequate diet.
In the present experiment, 500 FTU/kg inclusion of phytase in an available P adequate diet and 1,000 and 1,500 FTU/kg inclusion of phytase in a marginally deficient diet improved FCR of birds compared with birds fed a diet meeting the available P and Ca requirement, supporting the concept that hydrolysing phytate and consequently reducing the anti-nutritional effects of phytate can improve bird performance, particularly feed efficiency.
Calves born to protein deficient diet can not generate body heat as well after birth (Carstens et al.
IF ALL the nails are affected, a deficient diet, digestive problem or over exposure to water, chemicals or sunlight could be to blame.
A deficiency of 25(OH) Vitamin D is common especially during the winter season in the Northern and Southern latitudes due to an insufficient sun exposure, but Vitamin D deficient diet may partially contribute to it.