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The pantothenic acid content of poultry feeding stuffs
Year:
1949
Authors :
אטינגר, ר' (בעלי חיים / טכנולוגיה של מזון)
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בונדי, אהרון
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מאיר, חנן
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Volume :
39
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From page:
104
To page:
109
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Total pages:
6
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Abstract:

A suitable modification of the microbiological method for assaying pantothenic acid was developed and the pantothenic acid content in various kinds of poultry-feeding stuffs determined by its use. To assure quantitative liberation of the total amount of the pantothenic acid from the samples it is recommended to digest the samples first with Clarase.

Pantothenic acid content was determined in poultry feeds of animal origin, such as fish-meal, meat-scrap, liver-meal and different kinds of milk-powder. It is remarkable that different kinds of fish-meal differ markedly in their pantothenic acid content.

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Related Files :
animal feeding
forage and feed science
pantothenic acid
poultry
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DOI :
doi:10.1017/S0021859600004354
Article number:
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Publication Type:
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Language:
אנגלית
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57244
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The pantothenic acid content of poultry feeding stuffs
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The pantothenic acid content of poultry feeding stuffs

A suitable modification of the microbiological method for assaying pantothenic acid was developed and the pantothenic acid content in various kinds of poultry-feeding stuffs determined by its use. To assure quantitative liberation of the total amount of the pantothenic acid from the samples it is recommended to digest the samples first with Clarase.

Pantothenic acid content was determined in poultry feeds of animal origin, such as fish-meal, meat-scrap, liver-meal and different kinds of milk-powder. It is remarkable that different kinds of fish-meal differ markedly in their pantothenic acid content.

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