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Estimation of protein digestibility. 2. In vitro assay of protein in salmonid feeds


, : Estimation of protein digestibility. 2. In vitro assay of protein in salmonid feeds. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A, Physiology 108(2/3): 363-370

In vitro digestibility of protein in various salmonid feeds was estimated by pH-stat using enzyme fractions from trout pyloric caeca. Data were compared with in vivo digestibility and growth of fish by linear regression analysis. Results indicated that there were good agreements between the degree of hydrolysis of most feed samples and growth of fish.

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