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SHEA

abbreviation for Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.

SHEA

Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America.
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The sheanut cake, expeller (obtained after oil extraction by mechanical pressing) and solvent extractions (obtained after oil extraction using an organic solvent such as hexane) were obtained from the local market.
The model Yij = [mu]+[alpha]i+[beta]j+ [epsilon]ij, where Yij is the dependent variable, [mu] is the least squares mean, [alpha]i is the effect of PEG and [beta]j is the effect of sheanut byproducts was used for evaluating the effect of PEG.
Phenolic components and antimethanogenic potential of sheanut byproducts have not yet been explored.
Reduced rumen methanogenesis could be linked to the role of sheanut tannins in reducing protozoa and/or methanogenic archea population (Bhatta et al.
Differential protozoa counts revealed that Entodinia populations increased to a greater extent than Holotricha with added PEG thus confirming higher susceptibility of Entodinia to phenolics present in sheanut byproducts.
3]-N concentration in the absence of PEG confirming the protein binding properties of tannin present in sheanut byproducts (Bhatta et al.
Sheanut (Vitellaria paradoxa) meal as a feed ingredient for poultry.
Performance of lactating Murrah buffaloes on sheanut cake (Vitellaria paradoxa) based complete diets.