A total of 120 (Landrace×Large White) weaned piglets averaging 28 d of age and (7.26 ± 0.05)kg initial BW were randomly divided into three groups to study the effects of dietary supplementation with a combination of butyrate and β-1,3/1,6-Glucan on growth performance and biochemical parameters.
We study the performance of finite frames for the encoding of vectors by applying standard higher-order sigma-delta quantization to the frame coefficients.
A brief summary of the theoretical background of QSRR is followed by presentation of reversed-phase high performance liquid chromatographic (RP-HPLC) separation theories of applications to the reported QSRR.
A sensitive high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) method was established for the determination of concentration of 5-FU-1-acetic acid in the gastrointestinal contents and plasma of rats.
We give the exact worst case performance bound of MLPT proposed by Lee.
A simulated example is also given to show the visual performance of the estimations.
There were no significant differences (Pτ;0.05) in growth performance and ADC among all the treatments fed with the diets in which 0-80% fish meal had been replaced with PBM.
After 75 d of feeding, fish fed with diets MAB50, MAB75 and MAB100 exhibited significantly lower growth performance than that of fish fed with control and MAB25 diets.
These results showed that approximately 23% of fish meal protein could be replaced by a mixture of animal by-products for juvenile snapper growing from 30 g to 167 g in 75 d without compromising growth performance and feed efficiency.
Comparison of the effects of Enterococcus faecium and aromatic oils from sage and oregano on growth performance and diarrhoeal d
The viable counts of Salmonella, rifampicin-resistant lactobacilli and total aerobes in the feces and cecal content, zinc concentration in the cecal content and growth performance were evaluated.