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digesta

alimentary tract contents undergoing digestion.
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d] is the concentration of each AA in the ileal digesta collected from pigs fed the N-free diet.
Kadim and Moughan (1997) preferred to collect digesta from terminal 1015 cm of ileum.
Relationships between chewing behavior, digestibility, and digesta passage kinetics in steers fed oat hay at restricted and ad lib.
There were more goblet cells containing neutral and acidic mucins in the crop than in the stomach, perhaps suggesting that movement of digesta through the crop is greater than in the stomach region, as discussed earlier.
Effects of guar gum and cellulose on digesta passage rate, ileal microbial populations, energy and protein digestibility, and performance of grower pigs.
Suplementacion proteica y consumo, cinetica de la digesta y digestibilidad de heno de pasto estrella.
En este metodo se pueden utilizar dos opciones, una es recolectar completamente la digesta ya sea con el uso de marcadores para indicar el inicio y fin de la colecta o ayunando el animal, muy similar a lo que se realiza en el metodo de recoleccion total de heces; la otra opcion es el uso de indicadores, en el cual solo es necesario tomar muestras de digesta como se realiza en el metodo de los indicadores (Murray et al.
Para a estimativa da eficiencia de sintese de compostos nitrogenados microbianos, pode-se utilizar as bases purinas como indicador microbiano, determinando-se a concentracao do N-purinico ou ARN equivalente em isolado de celulas bacterianas ruminais de amostras de digesta de rumen e abomaso (27).
The strained rumen liquor consists of 1 billion bacteria and 1 million protozoa per milliliter but this is not uniform, since considerable numbers of protozoa and bacteria are associated with the solid digesta [21].
Despite the lack of monoglycerides in duodenal digesta, fat intestinal digestibility is high because of the abundance of microbial and bile lysolecithins.
Wild boars retained 50% of digesta longer than turkeys and raccoons; however, mean time of retention between wild boars and southern plains woodrats did not differ.