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Relationship between in vitro dry matter digestibility and cell wall structural matter of forage rye at heading stage



Relationship between in vitro dry matter digestibility and cell wall structural matter of forage rye at heading stage



Jiangsu Journal of Agricultural Sciences 24(1): 71-74



An experiment was conducted to evaluate the in vitro dry matter digestibility (IVDMD), cell wall structural matter content and the relationship between IVDMD and cell wall structural matter of forage rye (Secale cereale) at the heading stage. No significant difference in the IVDMD was found between the different maturity types of forage rye at the heading stage.

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