rachitogenic

rachitogenic

 [rah-kit″o-jen´ik]
causing rickets.

ra·chit·o·gen·ic

(ră-kit'ō-jen'ik),
Producing or causing rickets.
[rachitis + G. genesis, production]

ra·chit·o·gen·ic

(ră-kit'ō-jen'ik)
Producing or causing rickets.
[rachitis + G. genesis, production]
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History of CA use in feed to improve P utilization is traced back to 1937 when Shohl in Harvard University fed rachitogenic diet (deficient in Ca or P or both) to rat with supplementation of CA: sodium citrate mixture (1:1).
The first person who blamed the disease on the production of a "rachitogenic" substance by tumor cells was Prader [6].
Rats were fed with rachitogenic diet deficient in Ca or P or both with supplementations of CA/sodium citrate (1:1) mixture.