Allantoin-N concentration changes and analysis of the influencing factors on its changes during different manure composting.

@article{Bao2008AllantoinNCC,
  title={Allantoin-N concentration changes and analysis of the influencing factors on its changes during different manure composting.},
  author={Yanyu Bao and Qixing Zhou and Lianzhu Guan},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={99 18},
  pages={8759-64}
}
Allantoin is one of important nitrogenous compounds in manure. In this study, the simulation experiment of aerobic composting was adopted to explore concentration changes, degradation and relevant influencing factors of allantoin-N during six manure composting. The result showed that the allantoin-N concentration was markedly different among different manures. The various livestock and poultry excreted 1.92-11.14gkg(-1) allantoin-N which accounted for 9.98-32.27% of the total excreted nitrogen… CONTINUE READING

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