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Effect of treating soybean meal with formaldehyde on the activity of enzymic inhibitors and on protein utilization in the chick

Effect of treating soybean meal with formaldehyde on the activity of enzymic inhibitors and on protein utilization in the chick

Journal of Animal Science 44(6): 998-1003

The effect of treating raw solvent-extracted soya bean oilmeal with formaldehyde (1% of the meal protein content) on the trypsin and chymotrypsin inhibiting activity was studied. Growth rate, feed and protein utilization, pancreatic hypertrophy and enzyme activities in the pancreas and intestinal tract of growing chicks given diets with heated or raw soya bean oilmeal with or without formaldehyde treatment were studied.

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