molybdenosis

molybdenosis

(mɒˌlɪbdɪˈnəʊsɪs)
n
(Veterinary Science) vet science a form of poisoning by ingestion of too much molybdenum, common in cattle
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A review of the "mysterious" wasting disease in Swedish moose (Alces alces L.) related to molybdenosis and disturbances in copper metabolism.
The aim of this work was to demonstrate the effect of TTMo on the histology of osseous tissue from large bones in this experimental model to gather information regarding bone fragility of ruminants with molybdenosis. Thirty male Wistar rats 80-90 days of age, grouped at random in control and treated lots, 15 animals each, were used.
Similarities to copper deficiency and/or molybdenosis in cattle and sheep.
A syndrome of molybdenosis, copper deficiency, and type 2 diabetes in the moose population of south-west Sweden.
2004) and Cu deficiency and molybdenosis in moose in Sweden (Frank et al.
'Mysterious' moose disease in Sweden; similarities to copper deficiency and/or molybdenosis in cattle and sheep; biochemical background of clinical signs and organ lesions.
'Mysterious' moose disease in Sweden: similarities to copper deficiency and/or molybdenosis in cattle and sheep.
Comparisons with experimental molybdenosis and copper deficiency in the goat.