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Trema micrantha in animal nutrition part 1 preliminary studies and bromatologic composition

, : Trema micrantha in animal nutrition part 1 preliminary studies and bromatologic composition. Acta Amazonica 6(4): 91-94

The composition of T. micrantha and Aripuana grass, native to the Amazon region [Brazil], indicated their usefulness as fodder. The high crude protein (19%) and low fiber (9%) level indicated the potential of T. micrantha as cattle feed.

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