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The effects of feed intake and purified cellulose on the endogenous ileal amino acid flow in growing pigs
British Journal of Nutrition
The effects of level of feed intake (0.8, 1.2 and 1.6 kg/d) and body-weight of the pig (49 and 92 kg) in Expt 1, and dietary neutral-detergent fibre (NDF; 30, 60, 90, 120 and 150g/kg) in Expt 2 on the endogenous ileal flow of amino acids (AA) and nitrogen were studied with protein-free diets into which purified wood cellulose was incorporated at the expense of maize starch. In Expt 1, one of the proteinfree diets containing 90 g NDF/kg was used. Female pigs were fitted with a simple 'T' cannuladoi:10.1079/bjn19920104 pmid:1445825 fatcat:sn64hlwhonaalcdvobr7g6bqwi