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Lack of effect of dietary conjugated linoleic acids naturally incorporated into butter on the lipid profile and body composition of overweight and obese men.
BACKGROUND Dietary conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) is known to reduce atherosclerosis, plasma total and LDL-cholesterol concentrations, and body fat accumulation in several animal species. Of the fewExpand
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Geographic Variation in Pheromone Chemistry, Antennal Electrophysiology, and Pheromone-Mediated Trap Catch of North American Populations of the Obliquebanded Leafroller
Abstract The total and relative amounts of (Z)-11-tetradecenyl acetate (Z11-14:Ac), (E)-11-tetradecenyl acetate (E11-14:Ac), (Z)-11-tetradecen-1-ol (Z11-14:OH) and (Z)-11-tetradecenal (Z11-14:Al),Expand
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Nutritive value of protein fractions extracted from soybean, rapeseed and wheat flours in the rat
The nutritive value of various protein fractions was studied. Fractions 2S and 12S from rapeseed, 2S, 7S and 11S from soybean were obtained by dissolution in ammonium sulfate solutions.Expand
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Effect of whey proteins and lipids incorporated into cheese on calcium bioavailability in ovariectomized rats
Three commercial cheese products (Cheddar cheese containing 31% fat, Cheddar cheese containing 31% fat and 0.35% whey proteins and low fat cheese containing 7% fat) were incorporated into syntheticExpand
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Improvement of rapeseed protein nutritional value
Although the efficiency ratio (PER) of vegetable proteins can be improved by supplementation with the limiting free amino acids, the digestibility of these proteins remains lower than that of animalExpand
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Nutritive value of soybean, rapeseed and wheat proteins, and various blends of these vegetable proteins and their fractions in rats
Blends of vegetable proteins were prepared to improve the nutritive value of these proteins. Soybean flour, rapeseed protein concentrate, whole wheat flour, soybean 2S+11S extract, wheatExpand
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Functional and nutritional properties of acylated rapeseed proteins
Rapeseed flour was acylated to various degrees with acetic and succinic anhydrides to produce acetylated rapeseed protein concentrates (SRPC) and succinylated rapeseed protein concentrates (SRPC),Expand
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Effect of mild autoclaving and deamidisation on the nutritive value of protein fractions
The nutritive value of zein, rapeseed 12S and α-casein was assessed by apparent digestibility coefficient (ADC) and net protein ratio (NPR). Protein fractions were suspended (100 g litre−1) in 0.1MExpand
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PERFORMANCE OF YOUNG LAMBS FED A CLOTTING OR A NON-CLOTTING MILK REPLACER
Sixteen male lambs weighing 2.8 – 5.8 kg and 3–5 d old were fed for 5 wk a clotting milk replacer with or without an oxalate-NaOH buffer known to prevent curd formation in the abomasum. MilkExpand
Replacing skimmed milk powder by oat protein concentrate in milk replacers for piglets
Two experiments were conducted with 24- to 72-h-old male piglets. In exp. 1, 24 piglets were assigned to three dietary treatments. In the control diet, 100% of the dietary protein originated fromExpand
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