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Interaction between dietary threonine and protein supply on the efficiency of dietary amino acids for protein deposition in piglets at weaning



Interaction between dietary threonine and protein supply on the efficiency of dietary amino acids for protein deposition in piglets at weaning



Journees de la Recherche Porcine en France 31: 267-274



Variations of protein and amino acid deposition with dietary protein and threonine supplies were studied in piglets at weaning. At each of three protein levels, 17, 22 and 28% (8-10.6 and 13.1 g digestible lysine/kg respectively), four levels of threonine, 2.95, 3.35, 3.74 and 4.14 g/16 g, were compared.

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