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Neumark, H., Division of Animal Husbandry, National and University Institute of Agriculture, Rehovot, Israel
IN 1908 Russell, referred to by Watson1, reported that silage contained "in addition to ammonia, amines such as pentamethylene diamine, betaine, adenine, and other unidentified purin bodies". Barnett, in his book about silage fermentation2, expressed the opinion that putrescine and cadaverine would be present in very poor silages as products of putrefaction. © 1961 Nature Publishing Group.
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Amines in silage
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Neumark, H., Division of Animal Husbandry, National and University Institute of Agriculture, Rehovot, Israel
Amines in silage
IN 1908 Russell, referred to by Watson1, reported that silage contained "in addition to ammonia, amines such as pentamethylene diamine, betaine, adenine, and other unidentified purin bodies". Barnett, in his book about silage fermentation2, expressed the opinion that putrescine and cadaverine would be present in very poor silages as products of putrefaction. © 1961 Nature Publishing Group.
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