Lactic acid plays a crucial role in the performance of racing pigeons

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Lactic acid plays a crucial role in the performance of racing pigeons. Let’s delve into the details:

LDHA stands for lactate dehydrogenase enzyme in racing pigeons. This enzyme is responsible for both the synthesis and recycling of lactic acid in the muscles. When pigeons engage in physical efforts, especially during speed and power-related activities, they produce lactic acid. LDHA affects how pigeons process this lactic acid. Essentially, pigeons with the LDHA gene can process lactic acid more efficiently, experience less muscle soreness, and convert lactic acid back into energy, allowing them to fly longer distances.



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