2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982012000900015
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Abstract: -The objective of this study was to estimate the true digestibility coefficients of amino acids and digestible amino acid values of some poultry feedstuffs. The feedstuffs were: babassu meal, sunflower meal, corn gluten meal, babassu starchy meal, meat and bone meal, common beans, pearl millet and residues of cookies, pasta and bread. The precise feeding method of Sibbald was used with adult cecectomized Leghorn roosters distributed in a completely randomized design, consisting of ten treatments and six replic… Show more

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“…The AMEn value of pasta waste (3616 kcal kg −1 ) in the present study was higher than those of the corn (3364 kcal kg −1 ) and pasta waste protein, whose tabulated value was 0.901 g g −1 , indicating a product of higher quality. In comparison with the results published by Silva et al (2012b), the amino acid digestibility values of pasta waste were equivalent to the tabulated values of soybean meal. However, in the present study, the AMC CP of 0.6503 g g −1 is low and indicates that the manufacturing process of the evaluated pasta involved adverse conditions, favoring Maillard reactions.…”
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confidence: 51%
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“…The AMEn value of pasta waste (3616 kcal kg −1 ) in the present study was higher than those of the corn (3364 kcal kg −1 ) and pasta waste protein, whose tabulated value was 0.901 g g −1 , indicating a product of higher quality. In comparison with the results published by Silva et al (2012b), the amino acid digestibility values of pasta waste were equivalent to the tabulated values of soybean meal. However, in the present study, the AMC CP of 0.6503 g g −1 is low and indicates that the manufacturing process of the evaluated pasta involved adverse conditions, favoring Maillard reactions.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 51%
“…This ingredient contains values of 119 g kg −1 of crude protein (CP) and 3494 kcal kg −1 of nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy, which are higher than those found in corn (Rostagno et al, 2017). Silva et al (2012b) found a CP content of 126.6 g kg −1 and essential and non-essential amino acid digestibility coefficients of 0.929 and 0.914 g g −1 , respectively, in this product. According to the definition of the Compêndio Brasileiro de Alimentação Animal (2017), the maximum allowed moisture, ether extract (EE), crude fiber (CF), and mineral matter (MM) values are 130, 40, 30, and 40 g kg −1 , respectively, and the minimum allowed CP content is 55 g kg −1 .…”
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