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Effect of drying method on protein fraction of grass silage



Effect of drying method on protein fraction of grass silage



Grassland Science 48(3): 258-260



Protein fractions contents in silage of Lolium multiflorum were determined in samples prepared by freeze drying or oven drying. The correlations between the determined levels in freeze-dried and oven-dried samples were close for crude protein, soluble protein and degradable protein but less close for binding protein.

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