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dehull

to remove the outer covering of a seed used as feed. Improves the nutrient value of the grain. The hulls may be used separately as a roughage supplement.
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Ghavidel RA and J Prakash The Impact of Germination and Dehulling on Nutrients, Antinutrients, In-vitro Iron and Calcium Bioavailability and in Vitro Starch and Protein Digestibility of some Legume Seeds.
Effect of dehulling and cooking of lentils (Lens Culinaris) on serum glucose and lipoprotein levels in streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
The seeds were extracted from the bulb and dried to a constant weight after which the mesocarps were removed by dehulling.
The overall results show that soaked and cooked beans showed maximum digestibility in all the five samples and IVPD was inversely correlated with the processing techniques In case of IVSD, dehulling did not have an appreciable effect showing that IVSD is not affected by TPC in all the three processing techniques though cooking and soaking along with cooking increased starch digestibility.
So they preserve the whole grain by dehulling it in a custom-built centrifuge.
Effect of dehulling of rapeseed on feed value and nutrient digestibility of rape products in pigs.
Natunola Health started the construction of the world's first flaxseed dehulling and processing plant in July 2002.
Mechanical dehulling vastly improves germination but still falls well short of hand-dehulling.
Dehulling attachments (sunflower seeds or rice) are available.
We immediately unlocked the door to the warehouse that holds the large dehulling machinery and began transforming it into our classroom.
In particular sunflower is favoured because of its better adaptability to Pakistan's agro-climatic conditions and its high oil yield - 40 per cent of seed before dehulling.
Part III - Storage and Handling: Grain Storage: Perspectives and Problems; Structural Considerations: Warehouse and Silo; Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Grain, Part IV - Milling: Grain-Milling Operations; Specialty Milling; Rice Milling and Processing; Dehulling and Splitting Pulses; Milling of Pulses.