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Absorption of nitrogen and amino acids in the small intestine of growing pigs. 2. Apparent and true digestibility of crude protein and amino acid absorption up to end of the small intestine



Absorption of nitrogen and amino acids in the small intestine of growing pigs. 2. Apparent and true digestibility of crude protein and amino acid absorption up to end of the small intestine



Archives of Animal Nutrition 36(6): 491-498



A study was on 7 growing female pigs of 22 to 34 kg given after ileorectostomy protein sources of differing quality. Toasted and untoasted soyabean oilmeal, Vitalgluten alone or with L-lysine HCl and barley mixture were compared. Apparent ileal digestibility of crude protein and apparent ileal absorption of individual amino acids differed clearly among protein sources owing to variation in amounts of endogenous N and amino acids.

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