SARA

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AcronymDefinition
SARASaratoga
SARASuperfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (US EPA)
SARASpecies At Risk Act (Canada)
SARAScandinavian Arabian Racing Association (Sweden)
SARAScale For the Assessment and Rating of Ataxia (neurology)
SARAStichting Academisch Rekencentrum Amsterdam
SARASgml Aware Retrieval Application
SARAScanning Analysis Response and Assessment
SARAScholarly Articles Research Alerting
SARASymposium on Abstraction, Reformulation and Approximation
SARASociety of Amateur Radio Astronomers
SARAState Adoption Resource Agency (India)
SARASecurity Auditor's Research Assistant
SARASociety of American Registered Architects
SARASpousal Assault Risk Assessment
SARAServices Acquisition Reform Act (USA)
SARASuccessor Agency to the Redevelopment Agency (San Jose, CA)
SARASubacute Ruminal Acidosis
SARASevern Area Rescue Association (UK)
SARASMAD Anchor for Receptor Activation
SARASexual Assault Resource Agency
SARASexually Acquired Reactive Arthritis
SARAService Animal Relief Area
SARASharing America's Resources Abroad (Ohio)
SARASíndrome da Angústia Respiratória Aguda (Portuguese: Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome)
SARASuperfund Amendments & Reauthorization Act of 1986
SARASaturates, Aromatics, Resins, and Asphaltenes (petroleum analysis)
SARASonic Arts Research Archive (database; UK)
SARAService Animal Registry of America
SARASelective Aldosterone Receptor Antagonist
SARASociety for Applied Research in Aging
SARASaratoga National Historic Park (US National Park Service)
SARAScientific Applications & Research Associates, Inc.
SARASoftware Architecture Review and Assessment
SARASouth African Reward Association
SARASouthern Automobile Racing Association
SARASystem Architects' Apprentice
SARASatellite pour Astronomie Radio Amateur (French amateur radio astronomy satellite)
SARAStreekarchivariaat Regio Achterhoek
SARAScan, Analyze, Respond, and Assess (problem-solving model used by law enforcement)
SARAStudy of Acid Reflux and Asthma
SARASouthern Applied Research Association (Canada)
SARASAP Archive Administration
SARASquadron Assistance/Risk Assessment
SARAShock, Anger, Rejection, Acceptance (reactions to change)
SARAService Academy Research Associate (program)
SARASpanish-American Riding Academy
SARASafety Analysis and Risk Assessment (various organizations)
SARAStällning, Andning, Riktning, Avfyring (Swedish shooting reminder)
SARAShoreline Amateur Radio Association (Long Beach, CA)
SARASouth-central Alaska Radio Association
SARASexual Assault and Response Awareness program
SARAStation Aerostransportable Reconnaissance Aerienne
SARASystems Accounting & Resource Analysis
SARASprint Automated Rate Analysis
SARASystem for Anesthetic and Respiratory Analysis
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Long-term effects of subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) on milk quality and hepatic gene expression in lactating goats fed a high-concentrate diet.
Subacute ruminal acidosis may be defined as a drop in ruminal pH to values ranging from 6.25 to 5.5, although the duration and intensity of pH drop may vary substantially (8).
Subacute ruminal acidosis, although not as dramatic as acute acidosis, is of increasing worry due to the fact that its clinical signs are less obvious to detect and because farmers are not properly informed or aware of the issue.
Subacute ruminal acidosis is a more widespread problem than is the acute form.
Subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) challenge, ruminal condition and cellular immunity in cattle.
Noordhuizen, "Subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA): a review" Journal of Veterinary Medicine A: Physiology Pathology Clinical Medicine, vol.
Normal rumen pH condition was detected within the vast majority of the animal enrolled in group ScL, whereas only one cow with subclinical laminitis had a ruminal pH value of 5.79, in which is a critical value regarding subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) (14-17).
The high fatality rate of the disease envisages further monitoring of the disease through devising various biomarkers for its earlier diagnosis with emphasis on Subacute Ruminal Acidosis (SARA).
However, long-term feeding a high-concentrate diet causes a decreased ruminal pH value due to the accumulation of volatile fatty acids (VFA) and lactic acid, and a chronic digestive disorder known as subacute ruminal acidosis may occur (Chen et al., 2012).
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