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Feeding monogastric animals on rapeseed oilmeal. 2. Effect of rapeseed oilmeal on thyroxine secretion rate, some serum enzyme activities and the plasma amino acid content in pigs



Feeding monogastric animals on rapeseed oilmeal. 2. Effect of rapeseed oilmeal on thyroxine secretion rate, some serum enzyme activities and the plasma amino acid content in pigs



Archiv fur Tierernahrung 24(3): 193-203



For part 1 see NAR 44, 4650. 2. There were 3 groups of Improved Land pigs, weighing 60 kg at the start of the experiment, individually stalled. The 3 diets differed in their 16.5% protein component, one with extracted soya oilmeal, the other two with rapeseed meal, the third after incubation with 2.1% of a Brassica tuber pulp containing myrosinase and thought to reduce the toxic glycosin component of rapeseed to harmless carbohydrate and isothiocyanate or other similar products.

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