Composition of amino acids and related nitrogenous nutrients in feedstufs for animal diets

Published on: 05/04/2021
Author/s : Peng Li 1, Guoyao Wu 2. / 1 North American Renderers Association, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA; 2 Department of Animal Science, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843, USA.

Introduction Animal-source feedstuffs are generally superior to plant-source ones for the growth and health of livestock, poultry, and fish (Wu 2018). This is due, in part, to the greater quantity of proteinogenic amino acids (AAs) and higher quality (the ratios and digestibilities of AAs) of the former than the latter. Traditionally, extensive research has focused on AAs that are not synthesized...

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May 4, 2021
Thought provoking article required to b read many times to understand better. Thanks to the author
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Dr. N.r.sarker Dr. N.r.sarker
Animal Nutritionist
July 17, 2021
As a Animal Nutritionist, the article contents very useful information about amino acids profile in different stuffs, it's necessary to know for formulating any good quality ration.


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