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    in thermogenesis. The rat, for the above reasons, is a commonly used model for cold adaptation studies (Alexander, ). As in other rodents, the rat's stomach has a large aglandular portion or forestomach, making up over 1/3 of the total gastric mucosa. The glandular stomach has no cardiac glands and is rich in histamine-producing gastric mast.

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