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metabolize

[mə′tab·ə‚līz]
(physiology)
To transform by metabolism; to subject to metabolism.
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Relationship between the metabolisable energies of wheat samples and the productive performance of broilers.
McLeods Creek A and B ASS materials have relatively low contents of organic matter, and the lack of metabolisable organic matter in these samples is likely to have limited sulfide formation in the anoxic conditions.
Table 1: Chemical composition (g/kg DM) and metabolisable energy (MJ/kg DM) of stover from six dual-purpose groundnut genotypes Parameter Groundnut genotype M170-80I M554-76 M572-80I Dry matter, DM 890 (a) 890 (a) 870 (a) Crude protein, CP 86 (a) 91 (a) 85 (a) Neutral detergent fibre, NDF 536 (a) 558 (a) 519 (a) Acid detergent fibre, ADF 490 (a) 493 (a) 488 (a) Acid detergent lignin, ADL 114 (a) 116 (a) 105 (a) Hemicellulose, HC 46 (b) 57 (a) 31 (c) Cellulose, CL 376 (b) 377 (b) 383 (b) Metabolisable energy, ME 9.
The metabolisable energy content of the herbage offered during the period that the nutritional regimes were imposed did not differ between the nutritional regimens (Table 1, p>0.
Estimated metabolisable energy (ME), short chain fatty acid (SCFA), and organic matter digestibility (OMD)
5% fat and 2400 Kcal/kg metabolisable energy, whereas GNC contained 6.
In a typical broiler diet formulation, maize can contribute about 65% of broiler metabolisable energy (ME) requirements (Baurhoo et al.
Metabolisable energy (ME), organic matter digestibility (OMD), short chain fatty acids (SCFA) and methane of fresh and CWTAWC are in Table 3.
The energy for the experimental ration was calculated while that of the LGSM was obtained using the prediction equation of Pauzenga [20] to be able to calculate the metabolisable energy in the diets.
Relationship between digesta transit time and apparent metabolisable energy value of wheat in chickens.