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Estimation of the digestibility of feedingstuffs with the help of plant pigments that are present in the feed. 3. Plant pigments in grass and in faeces of cattle



Estimation of the digestibility of feedingstuffs with the help of plant pigments that are present in the feed. 3. Plant pigments in grass and in faeces of cattle



Centraal Inst. Landbouwk. Onderzoek, Overdruk. (1955). 275-276, 219-223



Chromatography on aluminium hydroxide separated 4 pigment fractions from extracts of fresh grass and of facces of grazing and stall-fed cows made with acetone, 85 per cent., containing 0.03 M oxalic acid.

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