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Effects of different rearing temperature in the 5th instar larvae of silkworm on the nutritional metabolism and dietary efficiency. 2. Digestion and utilization of dietary crude protein



Effects of different rearing temperature in the 5th instar larvae of silkworm on the nutritional metabolism and dietary efficiency. 2. Digestion and utilization of dietary crude protein



Science of Sericulture 12(2): 72-76



Effects were studied of different rearing temperature in the 5th instar larvae of the silkworm on digestion, catabolism and residual distribition of crude protein in the mulberry leaves. Average digestibility of protein in the 5th instar larvae at 20 degrees C was 64.32%, 2.3 percentage units higher than that at 30 degrees , a significant difference. Rearing temperature had no effect on protein breakdown. Protein intake was similar at both temperatures.

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