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Response of rats and chicks to rapeseed meal subjected to different enzymatic treatments



Response of rats and chicks to rapeseed meal subjected to different enzymatic treatments



Canadian Journal of Animal Science 55(3): 331-335



Eight diets containing 40% rapeseed meal (Brassica napus) low in toxic factors as control; 10, 20, 30 or 40% nitrile-rich rapeseed meal; 40% goitrin-rich meal or 40% unhydrolysed meal with thioglucosidase either active or inactivated, were each given freely to 8 male Wistar rats aged 4 weeks and 8 White Leghorn pullets aged 10 days. Another group of 8 rats was given the control feed and pair-fed with those eating the 20% nitrile-rich feed.

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