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• Intmal Ft'edSctence and Technology. 40 ( 1993 ) 3 6 1 - 3 6 3 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V.. A m s t e r d a m
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Contents of Animal Feed Science and Technology, Volume 40 VOL. 40 NO. i
DECEMBER 1992
Comparisons of methods for estimating in vivo digestibility of feedstuffs in d a i s cattle C.R. Stockdale ( Kyabram. Vie.. Australia ) and S. Rathbone ( Bundoora. Vie.. Australia ) ...... I Evaluation of spent bleaching and filtering clay - - a bentonite product from palm oil refining as a potential feed ingredient in layer diets S.S. AI-Zubaidy ( Basrah. Iraq ) ................................................................................................... 13 Sahcornia ht~'t'b,rii Torr.: a seawater-irrigated forage for goats E.P. Glenn. W.E. Coates. LJ. Riley. R.O. Kuehl and R.S. Swingle (Tucson. AZ. USA ) ........... 2 I Effects of level of inclusion of copra meal in balanced diets supplemented with synthetic amino acids on growth and fat deposition and composition in growing pigs fed ad libitum at a constant temperature of 25 ' C P.J. l-horne. J. Wiseman, D.J.A. Cole (Loughborough. LIK) and D.F . Machin (Chatham M.'lrltmle. LIK) ............................................................................................................................ 31 l{ffccts ~f inge,~tive and ruminative mastication on digestion of forage by cattle K.A. Beauchemm ( LeUd~ridge. Alia., Canada ) .......................................................................... 4I In vitro and m s;tcco methods tbr the estimation ofdtetary nitrogen degradability ir'l the lUlIIClI: a r e v i e w
II. Michalct-Dtwcau and M.Y. ( )uld-Bah ( St. Gen~.'s Champan¢ll. Fr:mce ) .............................. Nhort ('mnmunication Rcprt)ductnve perform;race of dwarf breeder pullets fed yellow peas (Pisum ~aHvum L. v:nr. •Miranda' ) I).R. Kull and 'T'.F. Savage (Corvallis, OR, USA) ......................................................................
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Effects of four cereal grains on intake and ruminal digestion of harvested forage by beef steers E.L.. Fredrickson, M.L. Galyean. R.G. Belly and A.U. Cheema ( Las Cruces, NM, USA ) ...... ('tmlparison of in vitro gas production and nylon bag degradability of roughages in predicting fi:ed intake in cattle M. llliimmel and E.R. Orskov (Aberdeen, UK) ....................................................................... The upgrading of wheat straw by alkaline hydrogen peroxide treatment: The effect of NaOH and t1:O: on the site and extent of digestion in sheep R. Meeske (Irene, South Africa). H.H. Meissner (Pretoria, South Africa) and J.P. Picnaar (Irene, South Africa) ............................................................................................. Chemical and nutritional evaluation ofsoya protein preparations as p r i m a l ' nitrogen sources for rainbow trout ( Ont'orh.t'nchus mykiss ) G.L. Rumsey. S.G. Hughes and R.A. Winfree (Cortland, NY, USA) ...................................... Processing of slaughterhouse blood and poultry litter and the effects on nutrient digestibility by steers ().A. Ayangbile. S.K. Tallam and M.S. Surtan ( Njoro. Kenya) ................................................
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362 The effect of maize grain supplementation of diets based on wheat straw and poult~ litter on their utilization by beef cattle A. Brosh. Z. Holzer. D. Les3 and Y. Aharoni ( Haifa Post. Israel ) ........................................... Influence of urea feeding duration on nitrogen metabolism of lumen bacteria and their host sheep Y. Kobayashi. M. W,'akita and S. Hoshino (Tsu. Mie. Japan ) .................................................. In sacco degradation of dr3.' matter and nitrogen in oven dried and fresh tropical grasses and some relationships to in vitro dr:,' matter digestibility J.D. Kabuga and C.A. Darko ( Kumasi. Ghana }....................................................................... Effects ofgaseous ammonia on chemical and structural features ofcell walls in spring barley straw M. Goto. Y. Yokoe (Tsu. Japan 1. K. Takabe ( Kyoto. Japan ). S. Nisikawa and O. Morita (Tsu. Japan ) .............................................................................................................................. in vivo apparent digestibility and in vitro solubilization--the influence of pig live weight and diet W. L6wgren ( Uppsala. Sweden ). H. Graham ( Marlborough. Wiltshire. UK ) and P. -t,man ( L'ppsala. Sweden ) ..................................................................................................... The growth of broiler chickens as affected by the replacement of graded levels of maize by swcct potato leaves ( l/,omoea batatas) or Ndole ( i'rn(mia spp. ) in the finisher diet -L Tcguia. J. Tchoumboue. B.T. Mayaka and C.M. Tankou ( Dschang. Cameroon ) ............... Wilted tagasastc ( Chamacc.vtisus palmensis) forage as a replacement for a concentrate supplement tbr lactating crossbred Fricsian x Zcbu (Boran) dairy cows fed low-quality native hay T. Varvikko and H. Khalili (Addis Ababa. Ethiopia) ............................................................... Applic~,tion of an inhibitor in vitro method Ibr estimating rumcn degradation of feed protein S.A. Ncut/c. R.L. Smith and W.A. Forbes (Camden, N.S.W.. Australia) ................................
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I!valualion of cocoa-pod husks on perfornlance of rabbits l .ll. Ridzwan, M.K. Fadzli, M.B.(). Rozali, D.T.F. Chin. B.M. Ibr;zhml and ILl. Faridnordm ( Kota Kinabalu, Sizbah, M:,l:lysia ) ................................................................ V O I , . 40 N O . 4
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(.;rass :rod lupin silage in r;~tions for beef steers supplemented with harley or potatoes S.R. Murplly. M.A. McNivcn, J.A. MacLeod and L.J. ll.'dliday (Charlottetow,l, P.E.I., ('.'m:,d:,) ...................................................................................................................................... I)=sappearanceof protein supplements and their fractions in sacco M. W:sdhw.'l, G.S. Makkar and J.S. ichhponani (Ludhi-',na, India) ......................................... Selenium supplements I~r grazing sheep 3. Development of an intra-ruminal pellet with an extended lift: G.E. Donald. J.P. Langlands, J.E. Bowles, A.J. Smith and G.L. Burke (Armidale, N.S.W., Australia) ...................................................................................................................... An in vitro i,ssessment of several enzymes for the supplementation of rabbit diets B. Yu :rod II.Y. Tsen (Taichung. Taiwan. ROC) ...................................................................... Dr.~ matter disappearance and gelatinization of grains as influenced by processing and conditioning K.J. Malcolm (Clayton. NM. USA) and FI.E. Kicsling (Las Cruces, NM. USA) .................... The influence of ageing on cell wall composition and degradability of three maize genotypes J.W. Cone and F.M. Engels (Wageningen, Netherlands) .......................................................... Comparative studies on the degradation and mean retention time of solid and liquid phases in tile forcstomachs of dromedaries and sheep fed on low-quality roughages from Tunisia
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363 C. Ka.vouli ( Tunis. Tunisia }. J.P. Jouany ( Saint-Gen/:s Champanelle. France). D.I. Dcme.~er ( MeIle. Belgium ). Ali-.-%li. H. T a o u e b {Tunis. Tunisia ) and C. Dardillat ( Saint-Gen;zs Champanclle. France ) .........................................................................................
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