Pandects

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Pandects

see CORPUS JURIS CIVILIS.

PANDECTS, civil law. The name of an abridgment or compilation of the civil law, made by order of the emperor Justinian, and to which he gave the force of law. It is also known by the name of Digest. (q.v.)

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Table 4--Percentage of enterobacteria and lactobacilli in ileal digesta of piglets at 35 days of age fed with different additives (1).
Further, there was an open wound in middle discharging straw colour grain mixed digesta (Fig.
In case of ileal digestibility, site for digesta collection and use of appropriate indigestible markers are the main factors affecting the results.
Within Proteobacteria, the gut digesta (61-70%), egested fecal pellets (52-87%), and tank water (36%) were dominated by class Gammaproteobacteria; the pharynx tissue (31-45%) and feed (24%) by class Alphaproteobacteria; and the gut tissue by Epsilonproteobacteria (96-99%).
The rumen-reticulum with contents was weighed, then emptied and rinsed with tap water until all digesta was removed.
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A small complaint: the translators have rendered the Digest of Justinian as Digesta, italicized and plural.
The stomach of abalone retains digesta for a greater period of time than the crop, seemingly to allow ample time for both extracellular and intracellular digestion (Crofts 1929, Campbell 1965).
2006); la fibra soluble incrementa la capacidad de retencion de agua y el volumen de la digesta y fecal (von Heimendahl et al.