Effect of chemical composition of sunflower seed meal on its true metabolizable energy and amino acid digestibility.

@article{Villamide1998EffectOC,
  title={Effect of chemical composition of sunflower seed meal on its true metabolizable energy and amino acid digestibility.},
  author={Maria Jes{\'u}s Villamide and L D San Juan},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={1998},
  volume={77 12},
  pages={
          1884-92
        }
}
The effect of chemical composition of sunflower seed meal (SFSM) on TMEn and true amino acid digestibility (TAAD) was studied. [] Key Method In Experiment 1, the excretion pattern of three SFSM samples force-fed (30 g) to 10 adult cockerels (Hy-Line) each was followed for 84 h to determine the time interval for complete excretion of SFSM. Type of SFSM did not affect the excretion pattern of DM and energy (P=0.438, and P=0.189, respectively). Dry matter and energy excreted every 12 h decreased linear and…

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