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Scott and Pierce (2001) reported that 6 mo storage of wheat improved poultry performance.
In this study, the digestibility of CP decreased significantly (p < 0.01) by 4.67% from 6 mo storage to 12 mo storage.
Seed germination and moisture content were determined at 0, 3, 6, 9, or 12 mo storage. Laboratory germination tests were conducted in three replicates of 50 seeds.
At 10 and -80[degrees]C storage, primed seeds had 91 to 97% emergence after 12 mo storage, respectively, and MGT averaged about 4.1 d (Fig.
The levels of MDA, total peroxide, and browning products for 10 and 15[degrees]C-primed seed also increased following 12 mo storage, but the extent of accumulation were lower than nonprimed seeds.
It has recently been doubling every 8 to 12 months in magnetic disk storage and about every 24 months in MO storage, according to DISK/TREND, Inc., a market research firm in Mountain View, Calif.
MO storage material is a thin magnetic film (similar to magnetic disks).
Chip color means after 3 and 6 mo storage were calculated for each mating group, and significant differences among means was determined with pooled two-sample t-tests (Moore and McCabe, 1999).
Storage stability, as measured by percent alpha-acids remaining after 6 mo storage at ambient (20[degrees]C) temperature, ranged from 30 to 41%.