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Digestibility of protein and absorption of amino acids in different sections of the digestive tract in pigs. 2. Protein and amino acid balances at the end of the small intestine and of the whole digestive tract (apparent and true protein and amino acid digestibility)



Digestibility of protein and absorption of amino acids in different sections of the digestive tract in pigs. 2. Protein and amino acid balances at the end of the small intestine and of the whole digestive tract (apparent and true protein and amino acid digestibility)



Archiv fur Tierernahrung 29(4): 221-234



2. At the ileal level, representing the end of the small intestine, when the pigs weighed from 45 to 85 kg, apparent digestibility of threonine, tryptophan, alanine, aspartic acid and glycine, for all of which endogenous proportions were fairly high, was clearly less and that of arginine, methionine, phenylalanine, glutamic acid, proline and tyrosine greater than digestibility of crude protein.

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