acid-detergent fiber

acid-detergent fiber

see fiber.
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Lignin concentration and acid-detergent fiber nitrogen have been suggested as indicators of heat damaged silage (Van Soest, 1982) and would provide useful additional information.
4 shows that all of tested plant species have a consistent trend of neutral-detergent fiber (NDF) Greater than acid-detergent fiber (ADF) Greater than acid-detergent lignin (ADL).
The content of acid-detergent fibers (ADF), acid-detergent lignin (ADL), neutral-detergent fiber (NDF) were examined by a Raw Fiber Extractor (Velp Scientifica, Italy) and hemicellulose (HE) and cellulose (CL) were calculated (Zhao et al.
Percentage acid-detergent fiber was determined using methods of Goering and Van Soest (1970).
Nutritional parameters for our seeds of switchgrass, guineagrass, Texas millet, and plains bristlegrass, respectively, were: protein (%) 16, 18, 13, and 13; fat (%) 15, 14, 15, and 15; acid-detergent fiber (%) 28, 35, 28, and 41; and gross energy (kcal/g) 4.
Stems and leaves were analyzed separately for crude protein, neutral-detergent fiber, acid-detergent fiber, lignin, and cellulose.
Stems and leaves were analyzed separately for crude protein (micro-Kjeldahl), neutral detergent-fiber (NDF), acid-detergent fiber (ADF), lignin, and cellulose (Goering and Van Soest 1970; Mould and Robbins 1981, 1982; Hanley et al.
Determination of acid-detergent fiber and crude protein in forages by near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy: Collaborative study.
Samples were analyzed for neutral-detergent fiber and acid-detergent fiber with an ANKOM fiber analyzer (ANKOM Technology, Fairport, New York), and acid-detergent lignin using a 72% solution of sulfuric acid (Goering and Van Soest, 1970).
Two-year forage dry matter production (DM), and crude protein (CP), neutral-detergent fiber (NDG), acid-detergent fiber (ADF), and in vitro true digestibility (IVTD) concentrations, weighted for forage mass, of rhizhoma perennial peanut entries at Olive Branch, LA Entry DM CP NDF ADF IVTD g [m.
Two-year forage dry matter production (DM), and crude protein (CP), neutral-detergent fiber (NDF), acid-detergent fiber (ADF), and in vitro true digestibility (IVTD) concentrations, weighted for forage mass, of rhizoma perennial peanut entries at Idlewild, LA.
Samples of diet, orts, and feces were analyzed for neutral-detergent fiber and acid-detergent fiber with an ANKOM fiber analyzer (ANKOM Technology, Fairport, New York; Goering and Van Soest, 1970).