1 g - Protein content of at least 14% - Crude fiber content below 9% - Salmonella - absent in 0,1 g - Deoxynivalenol - below 8mg/kg - Ochratoxin A - below 0.
What does DON stand for?
DON stands for Deoxynivalenol
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We have 45 other meanings of DON in our Acronym Attic
- Director of Maintenance Training
- Diversity of Ministry Team (Unitarian Universalist Association)
- Dominion Tar & Chemical Company Limited (called only DOMTAR, Ltd in 1965)
- Department of Motor Vehicles (also seen as DMV)
- Double-Orifice Mitral Valve (cardiology)
- De Origin Noble (of Noble Origin; title of address)
- Dead of Night (gaming clans)
- Declaration of Neutrality (Cyber Nations)
- Delivery Order Number
- Delo Osobennogo Nablyudeniya (Russian: special surveillance file; KGB slang)
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] Business, introduced the Myco6in1+(TM) LC/MS/MS immunoaffinity (IA) column, the only IA column on the market to simultaneously screen for seven major mycotoxin families isolating at least 14 chemically-distinct mycotoxins, including aflatoxin, ochratoxin A, fumonisin, deoxynivalenol, zearalenone, T-2, HT-2, and nivalenol.
[Effect of deoxynivalenol and aflatoxin G1 on apoptosis of human blood lymphocytes in vitro].
Influence of ochratoxin A and deoxynivalenol on growing broiler chicks.
Rat liver clone-9 cells in culture as a model for screening hepatotoxic potential of food-related products: hepatotoxicity of deoxynivalenol.
Natural co-occurrence of aflatoxins and Fusavium mycotoxins (fumonisins, deoxynivalenol, nivalenol and zearalenone) in corn from Indonesia.
Grain evaluations revealed that 15 accessions had exceptionally low levels of the fungal toxin deoxynivalenol, which is produced during disease development and can reduce the value of affected kernels as food or feed.
Researchers working in bioscience and biotechnology, crop research, agriculture, chemistry, entomology, and other fields around the world address such topics as the influence of the soybean seed coat upon seed infestation; the effects of soil texture and salinity on the plant-water relationship; water balance components of the soybean canopy; the characterization of soybean cultivars, and their performance in Southern Africa; the presence of deoxynivalenol in soybeans in Serbia; blight and contamination; and wheat growth for alcohol, in Bangladesh, and its composition and feeding value for poultry.