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METABOLIZABLE ENERGY CONTENT OF TOWER AND CANDLE RAPESEEDS AND RAPESEED MEALS DETERMINED IN TWO LABORATORIES
TME results between the two laboratories agreed well for the soybean meal and rapeseed meals obtained either by feeding the ingredients alone or with the assay diet, but with whole rapeseeds there was wide disagreement, due to poor and variable utilization of the whole seeds by birds in the two labs. Expand
Effect of allyl isothiocyanate on plasma and urinary concentrations of some biochemical entities in the rat.
- A. J. Muztar, T. Huque, P. Ahmad, S. Slinger
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Canadian journal of physiology and pharmacology
- 1 May 1979
Differences in the excretion of glucose and creatinine were related to differences in the urine volume, showing that these compounds depressed the androgenic function of the animal. Expand
THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF AQUATIC MACROPHYTES. II. AMINO ACID COMPOSITION OF THE PROTEIN AND NON-PROTEIN FRACTIONS
Levels of essential amino acids in the plants under investigation compared favorably with the FAO reference pattern and leaf protein concentrate, and Glutamic acid, aspartic acid and glycine, among the non-essential amino acids, and leucine, lysine, arginine and valine among the essential amino acid were major contributors to proteins in these plants. Expand
True Amino Acid Availability Values for Soybean Meal and Tower and Candle Rapeseed and Rapeseed Meals Determined in Two Laboratories
Abstract True availabilities of amino acids (AA) in soybean meal (SBM), unprocessed, whole Tower and Candle rapeseeds (RS), and meals derived from these two cultivars were determined in two… Expand
Metabolizable Energy Content of Freshwater Plants in Chickens and Ducks
Abstract Apparent and true metabolizable energy (AME, TME) contents of five species of dehydrated freshwater plants and dehydrated alfalfa were determined using White Leghorn roosters. True… Expand
CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF AQUATIC MACROPHYTES I. INVESTIGATION OF ORGANIC CONSTITUENTS AND NUTRITIONAL POTENTIAL
All species showed an extremely high ash content and with the exception of Potamogeton spp. Expand
The effect of dry matter on metabolic and endogenous amino acid excretion in mature cockerels.
Nutritive Value of Aquatic Plants for Chicks
Five different species of dried ground aquatic plants were tested for their nutritive value in egg-strain male chicks against controls comprising a corn, soybean meal diet containing graded levels of dehydrated alfalfa meal, and results showed no real significant weight or feed efficiency effects of vallisneria or duckweed as compared with dehydratedAlFalfa. Expand
Invivo inactivation of γ-aminobutyric acid-α-ketoglutarate transaminase by 4-amino-5-fluoropentanoic acid
Intraperitoneal injection into mice of varying concentrations of (S)-4-amino-5-fluoropentanoic acid produces a dose-dependent irreversible decrease in brain γ-aminobutyric acid-α-ketoglutaric acid aminotransferase (E.C.6.1.19) activity, followed by an increase in whole brain GABA levels. Expand
A comparison of the true and apparent metabolizable energy measures using corn and soybean meal samples.
The results indicate that there may be no consistent relationship between AME and TME, although theoretically there should be a consistent relationships between these two energy measures regardless of the feedstuff assayed. Expand