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[25.] Menke KH, Raab L, Salewski A, Steingas H, Fritz D and W Schneider The estimation of digestibility and metabolisable energy content of ruminant feeding stuffs from the gas production when they are incubated with rumen liquor.
Table 2: Saponin, phenols and steroids of boiled water and cold water treated African wild cocoyam (n=5) as feedstuff for ruminants Saponin Phenols Steroids Treatment Foam Comment Colour Comment height Control 11 mm medium negative Green steroids Cold water 3 days 6 mm Medium negative Green steroids 6 days 2.5 mm Negligible negative Green steroids 9 days 1.5 mm Negligible negative Green steroids Hot water 3 days 1.5 mm Negligible negative Green steroids 6 days 1 mm Negligible negative Green steroids 9 days 1 mm Negligible negative Green steroids Table 3: Metabolisable energy (ME, MJ/kg), organic matter digestibility (OMD, %), short chain fatty acids (SCFA, [micro]mol) and methane ([CH.sub.4], ml) of boiled and cold water treated African wild cocoyam (n=5).
Metabolisable protein requirements of Sahiwal calves fed on berseem (Trifolium alexandrinum) fodder based rations.
Determination of Crude Protein and Metabolisable Energy of Japanese Quail (Coturnix coturnix japonica) during Laying Period.
Qld, Queensland; NSW, New South Wales; Vic., Victoria; SA, South Australia; WA, Western Australia; Tas., Tasmania; ME, metabolisable energy No.
Experiments will be conducted looking at different forages, protein sources and the level of metabolisable protein (MP) they supply.
Elevated C[O.sub.2] increases decomposition of metabolisable C only in topsoils with opposite effect in subsoils and no effect on amides degradation [34].
The effect of the supply of rumen degradable protein and metabolisable protein on negative energy balance and fertility in dairy cows.
Effects of inulin on growth performance, nutrient digestibility and metabolisable energy content in broiler chickens.
The chemical composition and true metabolisable energy content of cassava root meal imported into Northern Ireland.
Parr (1988) gave wheat bran crude protein as 15%; 4.6% oil; 10% crude fiber; 5.4% ash; 0.15% Ca; 1.15% Phosphorus; 0.55% lysine; 0.16% methionine and 8.9% metabolisable energy.