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gross

a unit of quantity equal to 12 dozen
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Estimated gross energy of protein and carbohydrates was similar among all groups and ranged from 13.
Gross energy values obtained for residue sirloin steak and liver were similar (5401 and 5504kcal [kg.
The moisture, crude protein, lipid, ash, carbohydrate and gross energy content of raw cassava were within the range stated in the literature [14, 15].
Projections of gross energy and total protein in diets based on estimated metabolizabilities for males and nonreproductive females predicted that males could subsist on the lowest-quality diets during summer.
The expected decline in credit metrics reflects Fitch's view that gross energy margins at Power will decline, largely due to weak electricity demand driven by the recessionary economic conditions, low natural gas and wholesale electricity prices, and improved reserve capacity margins in the wholesale markets Power operates.
The gross energy (GE) of feces, urine, diets, and barley samples were measured using an automatic isoperibol oxygen bomb calorimeter (Parr 1281 Calorimeter; Parr Instrument Company, Moline, IL, USA).
The objectives were to develop a classification standard for copra meal (CM) and copra expellers (CE) based on ether extract (EE) concentration and to develop prediction equations for EE and gross energy (GE) concentrations in copra byproducts.
Proximate composition including dry matter, crude protein, crude fat and gross energy of ingredients, feed and feces samples were measured following AOAC (1995).
Gross energy was determined in an oxygen bomb calorimeter, also according to Silva and Queiroz (2002).
5% for offshore wind and by focusing on net energy yield rather than the gross energy figure produced at the point of generation, all 3 forms of renewable energy examined that will supply more useful energy than their equivalent oil by 2020.