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Protein metabolism and bioenergetics of protein deposition in growing animals. 1. Estimation of indices of growth and of protein deposition of chickens after long-term labelling with acetate



Protein metabolism and bioenergetics of protein deposition in growing animals. 1. Estimation of indices of growth and of protein deposition of chickens after long-term labelling with acetate



Archiv fur Tierernahrung 33(1): 57-74



The influence of different amounts of protein in the feed (group R1 20%, R2 38% crude protein) and of different energy supplies (group J1 low, J2 high energy) on the composition of the carcass and the apparent half-life of the body proteins were estimated in 4 groups of 15 male broiler chickens by long-term labelling with cetate and subsequent slaughter at different ages.

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