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Studies on enzymatic fractionation, chemical composition and biological effects of dietary fibre in rape seed (Brassica napus L.): 2. Influence of rape seed dietary fibre on digestibility of protein and organic matter using unprocessed and heated full fat rape seed and isolated dietary fibre fractions added to rat diet



Studies on enzymatic fractionation, chemical composition and biological effects of dietary fibre in rape seed (Brassica napus L.): 2. Influence of rape seed dietary fibre on digestibility of protein and organic matter using unprocessed and heated full fat rape seed and isolated dietary fibre fractions added to rat diet



Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 4(2): 139-151



Twenty-three cultivars of double improved rape seeds containing a wide range (19 to 27%) of neutral detergent Fibre (NDF) were used in nitrogen balance experiments with rats. Feeding rats with unprocessed seeds supplied in two amounts, 24 and 40%, in the N-free diets showed a low negative but significant correlation between the dietary fibre (DF) intake and the digestibility of protein (TD) and organic matter (OMD).

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