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by Henry Letheby

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Published by Baillière, Tindall & Cox .
Written in English


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Fermentation enhances the nutritive value of food by increasing thiamine, nicotinic acid, riboflavin, and perhaps protein content as a result of microbial activity [41,42]. Fetuga et al. observed that the digestibility, protein efficiency ratio, net protein utilization, and biological value were much higher in fermented beans than in uncooked. Although common wheat (Triticum aestivum) is the major species grown in the world, interest has grown in the recent years in dicoccum wheat due to its high nutritive value, lower starch digestibility, higher content of antioxidant compounds, and high DF content which have resulted in various health benefits. Therefore, foods prepared from Cited by: 7.

Nutritive value of alternative vegetable protein sources: There is a number of oil industries by-products successfully replaced soybean meal and canola meal as sources of vegetable protein for poultry such as CSM and SFM, although some of these by- products . Barley has a higher fibre content (crude fibre %, ADF %, NDF %) than maize and wheat, which results in a poorer nutritive value in animal species sensitive to fibre content (Feedipedia, ). Several types of barley varieties can be of interest in animal feeding.

This book contains the edited proceedings of the Inter­ national Symposium on "Amino Acid Composition and Biological Value of Cereal Proteins", held in Budapest, Hungary, Hay June 1, , under the sponsorship of the International Association for Cereal Chemistry, Hungarian Scientific Society for Food Industry and Grain Trust, Hungary. An experiment was carried out to characterize the proximate compositions and antinutritional and mineral contents of sorghum varieties released for production by the Ethiopian sorghum improvement programme. Sorghum is an extensively researched crop in Ethiopia. However, comprehensive information on nutritional, antinutritional, and mineral content has not been : Masresha Minuye Tasie, Belay Gezahegn Gebreyes.


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Four varieties of J. curcas from Nicaragua (Cape Verde and Nicaragua toxic varieties cultivated in Managua), Nigeria (a wild variety from Ife; toxicity unknown) and Mexico (a wild non-toxic variety collected from Papantla) were studied.

The average seed weight was, and g for Cape Verde, Nicaragua, Ife-Nigeria and non-toxic Mexico varieties, by: The chemical composition of the dry grain was broadly similar to that of the crimped grain.

Again grain from Bordako had a significantly higher CP concentration than grain from Borweta, although the CP concentration of both varieties was well within the range of – g kg −1 DM reported by Petterson et al. () for narrow-leafed lupins.

The protein content recorded for the Bordako Cited by: This study evaluated common vetch stover as a feed in mixed rations for growing lambs. Four common vetch varieties were compared with alfalfa (control) for their effects on growth performance, ruminal fermentation, nutrient digestibility, and nitrogen retention.

Male Hu lambs (n = 50) aged 3 months, with a mean body weight of ± kg were allocated randomly to one of the five dietary. Four varieties of common vetch, three improved varieties and one local variety, were evaluated for grain chemical composition, rumen protein degradability, and intestinal protein digestibility over two cropping years on the Tibetan Plateau.

This study also examined correlations of grain chemical composition with rumen degradability parameters of grain protein and with intestinal digestibility Cited by: 1. Chemical analysis showed higher protein, ash and fibre content in Wafeer berseem than in Miskawi berseem, lower N-free extract content and similar ether extract content.

In digestibility trials with 2 mature rams digestibility of Miskawi and Wafeer was: dry matter andcrude protein andether extract andcrude fibre and and N-free extract and Author: M. T. Hassan, M. F. Badr, M. M. Habib.Amaranths For Food or Feed January - February TITLE: Amaranths For Food or Feed AUTHOR: Jane Gates Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library PUBLICATION DATE: March SERIES: QB UPDATES: QB NAL Call no.: aZN3 no CONTACT: Alternative Farming Systems Information Center National Agricultural Library .ABSTRACT: Cassava is a drought‐tolerant, staple food crop grown in tropical and subtropical areas where many people are afflicted with undernutrition, making it a potentially valuable food source for developing countries.

Cassava roots are a good source of energy while the leaves provide protein, vitamins, and minerals. However, cassava roots and leaves are deficient in sulfur‐containing Cited by: