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A reviews journal covering agriculture, global health, nutrition, natural resources and veterinary science

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Pusztai, A.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1985, 55, 7, pp 363-369

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O'Donovan, P. B.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1984, 54, 8, pp 389-410

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Oke, O. L.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1984, 54, 7, pp 301-314

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Wheeler, S. M.; Fell, L. R.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1983, 53, 12, pp 741-767

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Sohail, M. A.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1983, 53, 3, pp 177-186

Untreated straw (mainly wheat, barley, oats and rice) represents a vast feed resource on a world scale. Extreme variability (from less than 2 to about 7% crude protein) is encountered not only between types but among cultivars of any one species. The following are some factors influencing the...

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O'Donovan, P. B.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1983, 53, 7, pp 442-455

The proximal composition of field beans is similar to that of other grain legumes but the seeds contain low concentrations of fibre and fat. There are a number of anti-nutritive factors and these may be controlled by suitable processing and by breeding programmes. Lines may be selected for low...

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Newton, S. D.; Hill, G. D.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1983, 53, 2, pp 99-115

In the ruminant animal 16 microminerals may be termed either essential or probably essential. Other minerals for which no specific metabolic function has been established are designated 'trace contaminants'. Data for optimum and toxic concentrations in the rumen and observed concentration ranges in ...

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Hansard, S. L.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1983, 53, 1, pp 1-24

The rate of passage of digesta through the gut and its segments is best described by the mean retention time. Methods of measurement, some novel, including the basic experimental design and the mathematical manipulation of the results, are critically examined and their applications, prerequisites,...

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Warner, A. C. I.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1981, 51, 12, pp 789-820

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Kay, R. N. B.; Staines, B. W.
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Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews, B, 1981, 51, 9, pp 601-622

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