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In vitro rumen degradability of crude protein in seeds from four Sesbania spp. and the effects of treatments designed to reduce the levels of antinutrients in the seeds



In vitro rumen degradability of crude protein in seeds from four Sesbania spp. and the effects of treatments designed to reduce the levels of antinutrients in the seeds



Animal Feed Science and Technology 95(1/2): 49-62



Seeds of 4 species of SesbaniaS. aculeata, S. rostrata, S. sesban (accession 10865D) and S. sesban (accession 15019D) were chemically analysed for CP, lipid, ash, NDF, ADF and ADL and in vitro organic matter digestibility (OMD) percentage, in vitro rumen degradable protein (RDP) percentage, in vitro production and composition of short chain fatty acids (SCFA) which were determined using a cannulated dairy cow.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0377-8401(01)00310-8



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