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Absorption of inorganic, trivalent and hexavalent chromium following oral and intrajejunal doses in rats.
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The intestinal absorption of trivalent and hexavalent chromium (Cr) given orally or infused in the intestine of rats was investigated in rats, indicating that some loss of chromium has to be taken into account in metabolic trials made by the indicator method. Expand
Effect of different fat sources on in vitro degradation of nutrients and certain blood parameters in sheep.
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Results showed that plasma concentration of linoleic acid was enhanced more when the amide was synthesised from butylamine than when from ethanolamine, and all fat supplements increased blood plasma triglyceride, cholesterol and total lipid content. Expand
Evaluation of the digestibility of nutrients in pigs by ileal cannulation technique.
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A simple T-cannula was surgically inserted into the ileum of growing female Large White x Dutch Landrace swine to determine the apparent digestibility of different dietary nutrients such as dry matter, crude protein and starch, as well as of some essential amino acids. Expand
Effects of dietary protein and carbohydrate source on rumen fermentation and nutrient flow in sheep.
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Results indicate that an NSC level lower than 25% and an RDP content lower than 50% did not exert any negative effect on microbial N production, which supports the theory that if the level of RDP is lowered with a concomitant decrease in NSC, uncoupled fermentation cannot be observed. Expand
Change of the apparent digestibility of nutrients and phosphorus as a function of phosphorus source and phytase supplementation in pigs
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The results show that faecal excretion of inorganic P increases and absorption of phytate-P improves by the action ofphytase, and it is environmentally advantageous to replace in organic P with microbial phytase. Expand
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