acid detergent fiber


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acid detergent fiber

[¦as·əd di¦tər·jənt ‚fī·bər]
(agriculture)
The fraction of undigestible plant material in forage, usually cellulose fiber coated with lignin. Abbreviated ADF.
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The same is true for acid detergent fiber with respective values of 24.
raw steam heated extruded fraction soybean soybean soybean crude protein 40 41 40 NDF 26 27 22 ADF 23 23 19 crude fiber 22 22 16 ether extract 20 20 19 crude ash 7 8 6 NDF: neutral detergent fiber, ADF: acid detergent fiber.
In general, dormant buffelgrass presented high forage mass and stem-to-leaf ratio, low crude protein levels, low in vitro dry matter digestibility and huigh neutral and acid detergent fiber levels, resulting in a poor quality forage.
Hay analysis for alfalfa may range from 12 to 26% crude protein and 22 to 50% acid detergent fiber.
Acid detergent fiber (ADF) was determined by the method of Goering & Van Soest [8].
Samples were drawn at monthly intervals and analyzed for cooking time, lignin, acid detergent fiber, calcium and magnesium content.
1991) who adopted the Ankom system (Ankom 220 fiber analyzer; Ankom, USA) with heat-stable a-amylase, the experiment analyzed the analysis of the neutral detergent fiber (NDF) and acid detergent fiber (ADF).
The fresh forage samples were analyzed for chemical composition, neutral detergent fiber (NDF), acid detergent fiber (ADF), and hemicelluloses.
8 [+ or -] 46 g/kg neutral detergent fiber (NDF), 315 [+ or -] 26 g/kg acid detergent fiber (ADF), and 28.
05; AOAC International, 2005), neutral detergent fiber (Goering and van Soest, 1970), acid detergent fiber (method 973.
For neutral detergent fiber and acid detergent fiber (ADF) sequential method was performed according to Van Soest et al.