True Amino Acid Availability Values for Soybean Meal and Tower and Candle Rapeseed and Rapeseed Meals Determined in Two Laboratories

@article{Muztar1980TrueAA,
  title={True Amino Acid Availability Values for Soybean Meal and Tower and Candle Rapeseed and Rapeseed Meals Determined in Two Laboratories},
  author={A. Jabbar Muztar and S. J. Slinger and H. J. A. Likuski and H. G. Dorrell},
  journal={Poultry Science},
  year={1980},
  volume={59},
  pages={605-610}
}
Abstract True availabilities of amino acids (AA) in soybean meal (SBM), unprocessed, whole Tower and Candle rapeseeds (RS), and meals derived from these two cultivars were determined in two laboratories, the University of Guelph (UG) and Canada Packers Ltd. (CP). The method involved analyses for AA in samples of feed and excreta obtained from a 24-hr true metabolizable energy (TME) assay of these feedstuffs fed alone or mixed with a basal diet. Reasonably good agreement was obtained between the… Expand
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