2016
DOI: 10.1590/1678-4162-8768
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Abstract: RESUMOO objetivo do trabalho foi avaliar a produtividade e as características bromatológicas dos estratos superior e inferior de gramíneas perenes em sistema contínuo de cortes.

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“…This trend is in accordance with the results obtained for grasses of the genus Panicum by Pereira et al (13) , Carvalho et al (14) and Garcez et al (26) , corroborating the increase in the concentrations of structural carbohydrates with advancing age of the plant for greater support at the vegetative stage. However, variations in the chemical composition of tropical grasses also depend on the type of cultivar, the presence of side tillers, and the light intensity, which does not make the leaf: stem ratio an exclusive determinant of the nutritional value of these species (15) .…”
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“…This trend is in accordance with the results obtained for grasses of the genus Panicum by Pereira et al (13) , Carvalho et al (14) and Garcez et al (26) , corroborating the increase in the concentrations of structural carbohydrates with advancing age of the plant for greater support at the vegetative stage. However, variations in the chemical composition of tropical grasses also depend on the type of cultivar, the presence of side tillers, and the light intensity, which does not make the leaf: stem ratio an exclusive determinant of the nutritional value of these species (15) .…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The level of rumen degradability of CP can be variable between different forage species, which determines the availability of ammonia nitrogen in the rumen, and the proportion of amino acids from the diet and microbial protein, that reach the intestine, which are directed to tissue protein synthesis (25) . The concentration of crude protein is higher at the vegetative stages of forages and decline at the flowering stage, which may vary depending on differences between species, initial level of protein in the plant, stem and leaf proportions, content of fiber components in the cell wall and ambient temperature (15,21) .…”
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“…Jiggs) was introduced in Brazil by an East Texas producer named J. C. Riggs (Carvalho, Pedreira, & Tonato, 2012). This grass has presented a competitive production potential over other forages, during different seasons of year, surviving and producing under adverse climatic conditions (Brandstetter et al, 2018;Poczynek, Neumann, Horst, Leão, & Ueno, 2016a;Poczynek et al, 2016b;Silva et al, 2016). In addition, it presents a better structural arrangement of the cell wall, with lower fiber concentration, being more interesting for animal nutrition in relation to the known Tifton 85 grass (Rezende et al, 2015).…”
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“…In order to exploit the full productive potential of a forage grass, aiming for increased animal production, it is necessary that, in addition to the appropriate choice of forage crop, adequate harvest management. For this, it is necessary to understand the production potential and variations in the forage nutritive value under different environment and management conditions, in order to optimize the stocking rate (3) .…”
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