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Characterization of the damage by heat to wheat gluten and Vicia faba meal by measurements of nitrogen metabolism and amino acid balance of the digestive tract in pigs

, : Characterization of the damage by heat to wheat gluten and Vicia faba meal by measurements of nitrogen metabolism and amino acid balance of the digestive tract in pigs. Archiv fur Tierernahrung 32(3): 157-164

Rations based on wheat meal were given to 18 female pigs of 35 to 45 kg, with lysine, threonine or methionine/cystine as the limiting amino acid. Wheat gluten or Vicia faba meal was included, untreated (control) or having been exposed to dry heat, 150 deg C, for 1 h, with or without glucose at 1:6 or 1:7. Heat damage considerably reduced total utilization for N retention and biological value; N in urine as percentage of N intake increased.

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