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gross

a unit of quantity equal to 12 dozen
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A small part of the seasonal change in gross energy requirements of all animals other than pups can be attributed to variation in the energy density of prey and associated differences in digestive efficiency and the heat increment of feeding.
Digestibility coefficients of crude protein, gross energy and starch at 21 days of age given diets based on cassava products with or without microbial enzymes Treatments Enzyme Crude Gross Starch protein energy Ingredient Maize (control) - 0.
Cooking improved the nutrient content of 'eba" (sample 4) with significant reduction in carbohydrate content, and hence, gross energy compared to gari (sample 2).
Digestion of dry matter, fiber, and gross energy by wild boars was comparable to white-tailed deer and collared peccaries, which provides evidence of similar capability of digestion between foregut fermenters and large hindgut fermenters.
Dry matter, crude protein, crude fibre, ether extract, neutral detergent fibre and gross energy contents were affected by the treatments imposed on the wild cocoyam.
Crude lipid was determined by the Soxthlet method (AOAC, 1984), ash was determined by combusting dry samples in a muffle furnace at 550[degrees] for 12 h (AOAC, 1984), and the gross energy content of dry samples was determined with PARRI281 bomb calorimeter (PARR Instrument Company, USA).
Minimum gross energy and crude protein content of the diet for females were projected by setting metabolizability of energy at 60%, 70%, and 63% in late winter (Julian month 3.
PG&E's programs alone have avoided the release of more than 180 million metric tons of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, based on cumulative lifecycle gross energy savings.
and Poland must meet 15 percent of their gross energy consumption through renewables by 2020, and wind installations are expected to play a significant role in meeting this requirement.
The gross energy (GE) of all samples was measured using an Automatic Adiabatic Oxygen Bomb Calorimeter (Parr 6300 Calorimeter, Moline, IL, USA).
Key activities in isolated areas of Mexico, such as in mining and oil and gas, are expected to increase their gross energy consumption and therefore incorporate new DPG solutions.
The plan is also to meet the European verdict 2009/28/C, which sets France the goal of a 23% share of renewable energies in its overall gross energy consumption by 2020.