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Protein and amino acid digestibility in various sections of the intestines in swine. 3. Amino acid composition of chyme and fecal proteins



Protein and amino acid digestibility in various sections of the intestines in swine. 3. Amino acid composition of chyme and fecal proteins



Archiv für Tierernahrung 33(10-11): 743-748



The amino acid composition in the chyme and faecel protein after feeding pigs with different diets is described. It is to be stated that chyme protein cannot necessarily be considered homogenous. Faecal protein shows less considerable variations in its composition and deviates distinctly from the composition of the faecal bacteria. The quota of bacterial crude protein was calculated according to the content of 2,6 diamino pimelic acid. In the chyme protein (end of the ileum) it amounted to approximately 30% and in the faecal protein to approximately 50%.

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