Response to lysine intake in composition of body weight gain and efficiency of lysine utilization of growing male chickens from two genotypes.

@article{Fatufe2004ResponseTL,
  title={Response to lysine intake in composition of body weight gain and efficiency of lysine utilization of growing male chickens from two genotypes.},
  author={Andrew Adegboyega Fatufe and Raimund Timmler and Markus Rodehutscord},
  journal={Poultry science},
  year={2004},
  volume={83 8},
  pages={
          1314-24
        }
}
Male chickens of a broiler (B) and a layer (L) genotype were grown in floor pens from d 8 to 21 posthatch in groups of 10. Three pens per genotype were allocated to each of 10 experimental diets. The diets were offered ad libitum and they differed in lysine concentration from 3.8 to 16.8 g/kg. The source of supplemental lysine was L-lysine x HCl. All birds were killed at the end of the experiment, and representative birds (3 groups of 10 per genotype) were killed at the start for baseline… CONTINUE READING
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