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ammoniate

 [ah-mo´ne-āt]
to combine with ammonia.
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The study of (Garcia-Martinez et al., 2009; Ramirez, Aguilera-Gonzalez, Garcia- Diaz, and Nunez-Gonzalez (2007)) evaluated the ammoniation in buffel and bermudagrass hay, and corn straw residue, respectively, and obtained similar behavior to that observed in the present study, regarding those fractions.
The ability of aqueous ammonia to penetrate and soften the cell wall structure of roughage feeds for improved digestibility is an indication of an effective ammoniation treatment.
Detoxification of aflatoxins in artificially contaminated maize crop by ammoniation procedures.
(1993) reported that ammoniation of WS and Tripathi and Karim (2011) reported that yeast supplementation did not produce differences in average daily pH values.
Further, treatment of cocoa pod with either ammoniation or Phanerochaete chrysosporium fungi apparently increases the proportion of rumen degradable protein over the undegradable protein, thus contributing to the increase of ammonia concentration.
Ammoniation works by irreversibly converting AF B1 to less toxic products such as AF D1.
Ammoniation has resulted in a significant reduction in the contaminated peanuts and cotton seed meals (Marquardt, 1996).
Effect of ammoniation on the preservation and feeding value of barley grain for growing-finishing cattle.
Ammoniation can break the linkage between hemicellulose and lignin and make the hemicellulose fraction partially soluble to NDF solution.