megacalorie

megacalorie

1000 kilocalories; a therm.
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01 1 percent 10,000 parts per million 1 megacalorie (mcal) 1,000 calories 1 calorie (big calorie) 1,000 calories (small calorie) 1 megacalorie 1 therm TABLE A-3 STANDARD WEIGHTS OF FARM PRODUCTS PER BUSHEL Product Pounds Alfalfa 60 Apples (average) 42 Barley (common) 48 Beans 60 Bluegrass (Kentucky) 14-28 Bromegrass, orchardgrass 14 Buckwheat 50 Clover 60 Corn (dry ear) 70 Corn & cob meal 45 Corn (shelled) 56 Corn kernel meal 50 Corn (sweet) 50 Cowpeas 60 Flax 56 Millet (grain) 50 Oats 32 Onions 52 Peas 60 Potatoes 60 Ryegrass 24 Rye 56 Soybeans 60 Spelt 30-40 Sorghum 56 Sudangrass 40 Sunflower 24 Timothy 45 Wheat 60 Milk, per gallon 8.
They are the sort of folk who still go to the kind of megacalorie Hungarian restaurant in Soho once peopled by happy as well as unhappy Communists, and on occasion (in between the contemplation of protracted diplomatic crises, or of brief, nasty wars) do serious crosswords.
Therm--A megacalorie, equivalent to 1,000 Kcal or 1,000,000 calories.
01 1 percent 10,000 parts per million 1 megacalorie (mcal) 1,000 calories 1 calorie (big calorie) 1,000 calories (small calorie) 1 megacalorie 1 therm TABLE A-3 Standard Weights of Farm Products per Bushel Product Pounds Alfalfa 60 Apples (average) 42 Barley (common) 48 Beans 60 Bluegrass (Kentucky) 14-28 Bromegrass, orchardgrass 14 Buckwheat 50 Clover 60 Corn (dry ear) 70 Corn and cob meal 45 Corn (shelled) 56 Corn kernel meal 50 Corn (sweet) 50 Cowpeas 60 Flax 56 Millet (grain) 50 Oats 32 Onions 52 Peas 60 Potatoes 60 Ryegrass 24 Rye 56 Soybeans 60 Spelt 30-40 Sorghum 56 Sudangrass 40 Sunflower 24 Timothy 45 Wheat 60 Milk, per gallon 8.
For horses and ruminants, the megacalorie (Mcal) is the standard.
For diets and feed ingredients, energy content can be expressed as calories (cal), kilocalories (kcal), or megacalories (Mcal) of gross energy (GE), digestible energy (DE), metabolizable energy (ME), or net energy (NE) (NRC, 1998).
Animal product contributes over 56 million ton of edible protein and over 1 billion megacalories of energy annually.
Digestible energy is expressed in calories, usually megacalories (million) or kilocalories (thousand).
Energy concentration is expressed in kilocalories (Kcal) or megacalories (Mcal) of digestible energy (DE), metabolizable energy (ME), or net energy (NE) per pound of feedstuff.
The final dietary AME, AMEn and NE contents were expressed as megacalories per kilogram of DM intake (Mcal/kg DM) and correspond to the mean measurements carried out in the four replicates.
For example, one could compare the pounds of protein, the megacalories of energy, the milligrams of trace mineral, and the IU of vitamin in the ration to the pounds, megacalories, milligrams, and IU required by the animal.