Sylade | definition of sylade by Medical dictionary
a chemical additive used in the making of ensilage. A strong suspect at one time to be related in some way to the etiology of the pyrexia-pruritus-hemorrhage syndrome of cattle.
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2005; GAVA & BARROS, 2007), silage made with the additive Sylade
(MATTHEWS & SHREEVE, 1978; MORRIS & MCINNES, 1978) and concentrate with di-ureido-isobutane (DUIB) (BREUKINK et al.