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Effect of branched-chain amino acids or fatty acid supplementation on in vitro digestibility of barley straw or alfalfa hay.
The in vitro digestibility of these plant species varies seasonally due to changes in chemical composition (Palo et al.
The researchers concluded any improvement in in vitro digestibility of bagasse resulting from steam was due to the formation of water soluble substances (Cheong et-al.
Experimental Studies by Bannon and others in support of the use of in vitro digestibility assays in allergenicity assessment.
Van Hoven & Boomker (1983) concluded that in vitro digestibility of a given item is a function of inoculum source, time of year and feed selection by the donor animal.
Hemp protein isolates have been shown to have higher in vitro digestibility (88 to 91%) than soya protein isolate (71%) after pepsin and trypsin digestion (Wang et al.
Chemical composition and in vitro digestibility of forbs consumed by cattle grazing native range.
Statistical analysis Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was performed on Chemical composition, in vitro digestibility and gas production data.