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“…Furthermore, Lima et al [ 41 ] and Sarcinelli et al [ 42 ] recommended 0.78% and 0.70% of Thr in the diet of Japanese quail, respectively, which corresponds to values 14% and 5% higher than that found in this study (0.67%). Moreover, AAI values were determined in a study by Lima et al [ 43 ], where the estimate for Arg was 17% higher (1.14%) than that found in this study (1.17%). For Trp, they estimated 0.22% in their diet [ 42 ], which was 6% higher than the determined value (0.21%).…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 59%
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“…Furthermore, Lima et al [ 41 ] and Sarcinelli et al [ 42 ] recommended 0.78% and 0.70% of Thr in the diet of Japanese quail, respectively, which corresponds to values 14% and 5% higher than that found in this study (0.67%). Moreover, AAI values were determined in a study by Lima et al [ 43 ], where the estimate for Arg was 17% higher (1.14%) than that found in this study (1.17%). For Trp, they estimated 0.22% in their diet [ 42 ], which was 6% higher than the determined value (0.21%).…”
Section: Discussioncontrasting
confidence: 59%
“…According to differences related to the methods used to derive the IAAR, studies by Rostagno et al [ 5 ], compiling previous studies, used different diets, ages, and methods to estimate the IAAR with different response criteria. Most of the studies cited in this discussion for IAA are dose-response studies [ 43 , 44 ], unlike the present study, which used a nitrogen utilization model to determine individual efficiency with only an experimental diet.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%