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metabolizable

capable of being converted by metabolism.

metabolizable energy (ME)
said of a feed or ration, the net energy available to an animal after the utilization of some energy in the processes of digestion and absorption and the loss of some of the material as being undigested or indigestible.
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Yalcin S and AG Onol True metabolizable energy values of some feedingstuffs.
Effect of metabolizable lysine and methionine concentrations on milk production and N utilization in lactating dairy cows.
The percent of the daily metabolizable energy requirement required to replace the average daily blood loss during the engorgement period ranged from 2.
In the second, open-formula synthetic phytoestrogen-free diets, with a wide range of metabolizable energies (8-22 kJ/g), were evaluated.
HIF was then divided by fecal and urinary digestive efficiency to obtain the heat increment of feeding as a proportion of metabolizable energy (Winship et al.
i) the true metabolizable energy (TME) of maize pap waste (MPW) and rice milling waste (RMW)
where NE = net energy (kcal/kg DM), ME = metabolizable energy (kcal/kg DM), EE = ether extract (g/kg DM), Starch (g/kg DM), CP = crude protein (g/kg DM), ADF = acid detergent fiber (g/kg DM), DE = digestible energy (kcal/kg DM), DCP = digestible CP (g/kg DM), DEE = digestible ether extract (g/kg DM), DRES = DOM - (DCP + DEE + starch + DADF); DRES = digestible residue (g/kg DM), DOM = digestible organic matter (g/kg DM), DADF = digestible ADF (g/kg DM), Starcham = enzymatically digestible starch (g/kg DM), Suge = enzymatically digestible sugar (g/kg DM), and FCH = [Starch.
6 Calculated nutrient content Metabolizable 2873 2866 2859 2852 Energy (ME) Crude protein 23.
These results could be attributed to the same levels of protein (15 percent) and metabolizable energy (2.
La importancia de utilizar mandioca en la dieta del cerdo radica en su alto contenido de carbohidratos, siendo una excelente fuente de energia metabolizable.
Saccharomyces cereviseae was grown for 24 h at 30[degrees]C on Yeast and Mould broth with non metabolizable sugar like sorbitol in the range 0-40% (w/v).
Overall, these studies showed that the sample of crude glycerin contained an apparent metabolizable energy (AME) concentration of 3,207 calories per kilogram (kcal/kg).