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Document Type

Thesis

Date of this Version

7-1972

Citation

Thesis (M.S.)—University of Nebraska—Lincoln, 1972. Department of Zoology.

Comments

Copyright 1972, the author. Used by permission.

Abstract

The initial discussion in the introduction will present evidence that exercise produces a cross-resistance to several stresses. This will be followed by some of the current theories of ulcer formation and a summary of the anatomy and histology of the rat stomach. Experimental ulcer techniques will be described as well as indices for the measurement of ulcers. Training techniques and the various ways of verifying training will be reviewed, as well as, the recent investigations into the prevention of gastric ulcers by exercise.

Advisor: Gerald D. Tharp

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