2012
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-35982012000200009
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Fracionamento de carboidratos e de proteína das silagens de diferentes forrageiras

Abstract: RESUMO -Este experimento foi conduzido com os objetivos de caracterizar e quantificar as frações que compõem os carboidratos e a proteína de diferentes silagens. Foi utilizado delineamento inteiramente casualizado com quatro tratamentos e cinco repetições: silagem de milho (AG 5011), silagem de sorgo-sudão, silagem de sorgo-forrageiro (BR 601) e silagem de girassol (Rumbsol 91). A silagem de girassol apresentou menor valor de carboidratos totais (CT) e da fração B2 (fração potencialmente degradável da fibra). … Show more

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“…Agrotec., Lavras, v.38, n.5, p.497-505, set./out., 2014 Corn silage CP average was lower (7.3%) than that of sunflower silage (9.3%) and there was no interaction effect between silage sources and glycerol levels. Possenti et al (2005) and Paziani et al (2009) found values between 6.7 to 9.4% CP for corn silage and Viana et al (2012) values between 11.6 and 12.1% for sunflower silage. The lower results for sunflower silage CP may be related to the variety and the vegetative stage of the plant at the time of cutting.…”
Section: Parametermentioning
confidence: 95%
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“…Agrotec., Lavras, v.38, n.5, p.497-505, set./out., 2014 Corn silage CP average was lower (7.3%) than that of sunflower silage (9.3%) and there was no interaction effect between silage sources and glycerol levels. Possenti et al (2005) and Paziani et al (2009) found values between 6.7 to 9.4% CP for corn silage and Viana et al (2012) values between 11.6 and 12.1% for sunflower silage. The lower results for sunflower silage CP may be related to the variety and the vegetative stage of the plant at the time of cutting.…”
Section: Parametermentioning
confidence: 95%
“…The tropical regions are characterized by a high number of forage species with potential for silage. Some options are corn (Zea mays), sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) and sunflower (Helianthus annuus) (Oliveira et al, 2010;Viana et al, 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Corn has favorable characteristics for silage production because it offers a good yield of dry matter (DM) per hectare and high nutritional value (Viana et al, 2012). However, the technology used in corn silage demands considerable costs in technical and financial resources (Sousa et al, 2009).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, the technology used in corn silage demands considerable costs in technical and financial resources (Sousa et al, 2009). Sunflower silage is a potential alternative, which can replace corn in areas where weather conditions or time of year limits the growth of the corn crop (Viana et al, 2012).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The fit between fermentation protein and carbohydrates (for the same rate of degradation) promotes maximum microbial synthesis and enhances the metabolizable protein (VIANA et al, 2012). However, robust technical and nutritional foundations should be applied, and a truly viable economic alternative should be ensured, as the ingredients that are usually used undergo price variations.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%