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The effects of a range of barrel dry heat temperatures (20 to 180 oC), and moist heat pressure (MHP) (120 oC 15 min 192 kPa) on general nutritional, protein solubility, and in vitro protein degradability characteristics of canola meal were investigated. Increasing dry heat temperature was negatively correlated with meal crude protein (CP), soluble CP, neutral detergent fibre, acid detergent insoluble CP, and rapidly degradable (B1 Fraction) protein; and positively with NPN, intermediatelydoi:10.5539/jas.v10n10p1 fatcat:f76ivd6ndbajnl4mm42m264fnq