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ad lib

[‚ad ′lib]
(biology)
Shortened form for ad libitum; without limit or restraint.

Ad Lib

An earlier sound card from Ad Lib, Inc., Quebec City, that, for a while, was the de facto standard for synthesized background music for computer games. It was a precursor to the MIDI standard.
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Effect of roughage level in a total mixed ration on feed intake, ruminal fermentation patterns and chewing activity of early-weaned calves with ad libitum access to grass hay.
The goat kids fed ad libitum responded similarly to those subjected to 20% feed restriction and better than the animals under 40% feed restriction for the following parameters: carcass internal length, chest depth, rump perimeter, thigh perimeter and leg length (P0.
Although differences were detected either in the different protein level or variable dietary protein source, 'starved' fish showed lowest RNA/DNA ratio when compared with ad libitum and 'limited.
After 3 months of ad libitum feeding, half of the animals were moved to a restricted diet.
In this study [19], the authors used the same experimental protocol and treatment group subdivision as described herein, but only for female rats: deficiency of sex hormones (Ovx) associated with alcoholic diet (20% alcohol solution), isocaloric diet, or ad libitum diet.
Normal-weight participants consumed comparable energy in the ad libitum meal and in their total daily intake in the three interventions.
Seventeen monkeys were fed ad libitum a low-fat, high-fructose (24% of calories) diet, while 10 other monkeys were fed ad libitum a low-fat, low-fructose (less than 0.
Each medication session was preceded by periods of supervised ad libitum cannabis smoking, enabling us to evaluate OF cannabinoid elimination profiles after multiple smoked doses.
Participants were assigned to either a walnut-enriched ad libitum diet or an ad libitum diet without walnuts.