Modified assay for true and apparent metabolizable energy based on tube feeding.
What does AME stand for?
AME stands for Apparent Metabolizable Energy
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- Alaska Materials Exchange
- Alliance of Manufacturers and Exporters (Canada)
- Alternate Mission Equipment
- AmEditor (Livingston, NJ)
- Amelia Mary Earhart (pilot)
- American English
- Amplitude Modulation Equivalent
- Annually Managed Expenditure
- Antenna Mounted Electronics (US DoD)
- Antenna Mounted Equipment
- Apparent Mineralocorticoid Excess
- Applause Media Entertainment (Japan)
- Arms and Military Equipment
- Arts, Media and Engineering Program (Arizona State University)
- Asociación de Médicos Escritores (Spanish, Guatemala)
- Assistant Managing Editor
- Associate Member Educator (fraternity)
- Associated Marine Equipment (St John's, NL, Canada)
- Association contre la Mutilation des Enfants
- Association for Manufacturing Excellence
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] McNab JM and JC Blair Modified assay for true and apparent metabolizable energy based on tube feeding.
The observed increased crude protein, crude fiber and fat digestibility in this case is supported by the reports of Noy and Sklan ; Vukic and Wenk  and Taibipour and Kermanshahi  that apparent metabolizable energy, lipid digestibility and protein digestibility were all significantly improved when arabinoxylanase and beta-glucanase enzymes were added to wheat-soybean meal-based diets.
At high dietary concentrations, the feeding value of cereals, particularly those with low apparent metabolizable energy (AME), are reduced and result in a poor bird performance .
Performance of broilers fed normal and waxy corn diets formulated with chick and rooster derived apparent metabolizable energy values for the grains.
Effect of wheat cultivar and enzyme addition to broiler chicken diets on nutrient digestibility, performance, and apparent metabolizable energy content, Poult.
The apparent metabolizable energy (AME) contents in NM, QPM and soybean meal were estimated following the European Reference Method (Bourdillon et al.
2) Apparent metabolizable energy corrected by nitrogen.