Betty L. Black

Works (8)

Updated: April 4th, 2024 18:47

2010 journal article

Developmental Profile of Claudin-3,-5, and-16 Proteins in the Epithelium of Chick Intestine


By: O. Ozden*, B. Black n, C. Ashwell n, C. Tipsmark*, R. Borski n & B. Grubb n

author keywords: claudin proteins; tight junctions; intestine; goblet cells; chick embryo
MeSH headings : Animals; Chick Embryo; Chickens / genetics; Chickens / growth & development; Chickens / metabolism; Claudin-3; Claudins / analysis; Claudins / genetics; Claudins / metabolism; Immunohistochemistry; Intestinal Mucosa / embryology; Intestinal Mucosa / growth & development; Intestinal Mucosa / metabolism; Membrane Proteins / analysis; Membrane Proteins / genetics; Membrane Proteins / metabolism; RNA, Messenger / metabolism; Tight Junctions / chemistry; Tight Junctions / metabolism
TL;DR: Results of this work indicate that the claudin proteins assume their final locations within the epithelium around the time of hatching, suggesting that in addition to their known barrier and fence functions within tight junctions, these claudins may have additional roles in the differentiation and/or physiological function of chick intestine. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

2006 journal article

Intestinal adaptation to diet in the young domestic and wild turkey (Meleagris gallopavo)


By: O. Foye n & B. Black n

author keywords: amino acid transport; aminopeptidase; dietary protein; intestinal adaptation; jejunum; Meleagris gallopavo; wild turkey
MeSH headings : Acclimatization; Alanine / chemistry; Alanine / metabolism; Aminopeptidases / metabolism; Animal Feed; Animals; Biological Transport; Body Weight; Carbohydrates / chemistry; Dietary Carbohydrates / metabolism; Dietary Proteins; Jejunum / metabolism; Leucyl Aminopeptidase / metabolism; Lipids / chemistry; Models, Statistical; Oxygen Consumption; Time Factors; Turkeys / metabolism
TL;DR: It is suggested that domestic turkey hatchlings can modulate protein digestive and absorptive functions as protein/carbohydrate composition of the diet changes and suggest that high dietary carbohydrate down-regulates the intestinal alanine transporter. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

2006 journal article

Response of turkey poults to soybean lectin levels typically encountered in commercial diets. 2. Effect on intestinal development and lymphoid organs

POULTRY SCIENCE, 85(5), 870–877.

By: Y. Fasina*, H. Classen*, J. Garlich n, B. Black n, P. Ferket n, Z. Uni*, A. Olkowski*

author keywords: turkey poult; soybean lectin; semipurified diet; villus : crypt; lymphoid organ
MeSH headings : Animal Feed; Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena; Animals; Dose-Response Relationship, Drug; Intestinal Mucosa / drug effects; Intestinal Mucosa / growth & development; Intestinal Mucosa / pathology; Intestinal Mucosa / ultrastructure; Intestines / anatomy & histology; Intestines / growth & development; Intestines / pathology; Intestines / ultrastructure; Organ Size / drug effects; Plant Lectins / administration & dosage; Plant Lectins / pharmacology; Random Allocation; Soybean Proteins / administration & dosage; Soybean Proteins / pharmacology; Thymus Gland / anatomy & histology; Thymus Gland / growth & development; Thymus Gland / pathology; Thymus Gland / ultrastructure; Turkeys / anatomy & histology; Turkeys / physiology
TL;DR: It was concluded that dietary SBL up to 0.048% enhanced intestinal development by increasing villus:crypt, but might alter the structural integrity of lymphoid organs. (via Semantic Scholar)
Sources: Web Of Science, NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2004 journal article

Effect of the venoms of two viperid snakes, the copperhead (Agkistrodon contortrix) and the cottonmouth (Agkistrodon piscivorus), on the liver and kidney of the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana).

Russian Journal of Herpetology, 11(1), 21–29.

By: J. Green, H. Heatwole, B. Black & N. Poran

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2001 conference paper

Calcium distribution and modulation of goblet cell differentiation in embryonic intestinal epithelium

Molecular Biology of the Cell, 12(2001 Nov), 2136.

By: B. Black & C. Mack

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

2001 conference paper

Posthatch development and adaptation to diet in wild versus domestic turkey poults

Molecular Biology of the Cell, 12(2001 Nov), 1336.

By: O. Foye & B. Black

Source: NC State University Libraries
Added: August 6, 2018

1998 journal article

Differential effects of fat and sucrose on body composition in A/J and C57BL/6 mice


By: B. Black n, J. Croom n, E. Eisen n, A. Petro n, C. Edwards n & R. Surwit n

MeSH headings : Animals; Body Composition; Dietary Fats / administration & dosage; Dietary Sucrose / administration & dosage; Intestines / enzymology; Male; Mice; Mice, Inbred C57BL; Species Specificity; Sucrase / metabolism; Weight Gain; alpha-Glucosidases / metabolism
TL;DR: The B6 mouse exhibits disproportionate weight gain and altered body composition on a high-fat diet, which coupled with the reduced body weight and increased body protein on a low-fat, high-sucrose diet suggests that factors-relative to fat metabolism rather than sucrose metabolism are responsible for obesity. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

1997 journal article

Jejunal glucose uptake and oxygen consumption in turkey poults selected for rapid growth

POULTRY SCIENCE, 76(12), 1738–1745.

By: Y. Fan n, J. Croom n, V. Christensen n, B. Black n, A. Bird n, L. Daniel n, B. McBride n, E. Eisen n

author keywords: turkey; small intestine; glucose active transport; respiration; genetic selection
MeSH headings : Aging / metabolism; Aging / physiology; Animals; DNA / analysis; DNA / metabolism; Eating / physiology; Glucose / metabolism; Glucose / pharmacokinetics; Intestinal Absorption / physiology; Jejunum / metabolism; Jejunum / physiology; Oxygen Consumption / physiology; Random Allocation; Selection, Genetic; Time Factors; Turkeys / genetics; Turkeys / growth & development; Turkeys / physiology; Weight Gain / physiology
TL;DR: The data suggest that selection of turkeys for rapid growth at 16 wk of age did not increase efficiency of jejunal glucose uptake in 14-d-old turkey poults. (via Semantic Scholar)
Source: Web Of Science
Added: August 6, 2018

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