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Effects of vagotomy, atropine, hexamethonium and adrenaline on the destination in the stomach of liquids sucked by milk-fed lambs and calves

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1. The normal passage to the abomasum of liquid sucked by lambs and calves was confirmed in radiographic studies to be changed to passage of liquid to the reticulum and rumen after cervical or abdominal vagotomy.

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