New Object Recognition in mice with unbalanced nourishment
Arief Budi Yulianti; Widayanti, Ike Rahmawaty
Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Islam Bandung
Quality of life in adulthood is determined by the quality of life of the embryo. Nutrition determine the quality of embryo life. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of unbalance nourishment to memory in mice This research is an experimental study using mice as experimental animals. Twenty four mice divided into 4 groups, Group 1 was given standard nourish (Feed 1), Group 2 was given high carbohydrate (Feed 2), Group 3 was given high protein (Feed 3), Group 4 was given high fat (Feed 4) during puberty until pregnancy. Parameter were measured were body weight and memory with New objects recognition (NOR) methods. The result was unbalance nourishment effected weight body. mice with standard nourish have body weigh more high than mice with unbalance nourish. Meanwhile NOR was inversely, mice with unbalance nourish NOR higher than mice with standard nourish. Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins are components of nutrition, a single nutrient will have a negative impact for healthy.
Keywords: Memory, New object Recognition (NOR), Unbalance nourishment
Topic: Basic and Clinical Medical Sciences
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