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Absorption of nitrogen and amino acids in the small intestine of growing pigs. 1. Method, nitrogen content and amino acid composition of chyme in the small intestine during feeding of different proteins



Absorption of nitrogen and amino acids in the small intestine of growing pigs. 1. Method, nitrogen content and amino acid composition of chyme in the small intestine during feeding of different proteins



Archiv fur Tierernahrung 35(11): 781-789



After ileorectostomy 7 female pigs of 22 to 34 kg had a semisynthetic N-free mixture, alone or with, as protein source, toasted or untoasted soyabean oilmeal or, alone or with lysine, Vitalgluten, alternatively a diet with 94.8% barley meal. Mean endogenous N at end of the ileum for 2 pigs on N-free diet was 38 mg/kg liveweight. Contents of some amino acids in ileal chyme differed clearly according to protein source.

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