ammoniation


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ammoniation

[ə‚mōn·ē′ā·shən]
(chemistry)
Treating or combining with ammonia.
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The increase in ADIN content in forages subjected to ammoniation is attributed to the binding between part of the applied nitrogen and the components of the cell wall (Guedes et al., 2006).
In vitro fermentation parameters of Eragrostis curvula hay as influenced by ammoniation with different levels of urea and nitrate.
A combination treatment of fermentation with ammoniation, called amofer, is able to generate an increase in efficiency that is much higher than if the treatment is conducted separately.Fermentation with sellulotik functions to break down cellulose so that the digestibility of feed increases with the production of fungal biomass, itself an enrichment of foodstuffs with high-quality protein, so the effect of fermentation itself is more effective when combined or proceded by ammoniation for the supply of nitrogen.
Effect of high pressure ammoniation procedure on the detoxification of aflatoxins.
Mechanical abrasion of the seed coat can be performed, but it resulted in the loss of protein content (Eggum et al., 1983), ammoniation and addition of binding agent (Marquadt, 1989).
(1998) reported that effective DM degradability of WS genotypes at different rumen outflow rates was positively influenced (p < 0.001) by ammoniation. However, we observed a significant increase in effective DM degradability of WS (Menemen-88) only with the combined effect.
Ammoniation is a treatment of farm waste for fodder (straw) with caustic soda (NaOH), sodium hydroxide (KOH) or urea (CO(NH2) 2.
Fertilizer grades of ammonium polyphosphate generally are phosphate mixtures containing a substantial proportion of one or more ammonium polyphosphates and can be made by ammoniation of superphosphoric acid or by thermal dehydration of ammonium orthophosphate.
Ammoniation of heated forages also decreased N solubility by increasing the acid detergent insoluble N (ADIN) fraction (Perdok and Leng, 1987).
These include the thermal inactivation and irradiating as physical method, treatment with acid/base solutions, ozonation, and ammoniation as chemical method (Kong et al., 2014).
Accordingly, ammoniation technique (urea treatment), fermentation with addition of molasses or rumen content, and inoculation with a white rot fungi species (Phanerochaete chrysosporium) were compared for their effectiveness to achieve the objective.