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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : PF / partitioning factor

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2019 Herbal feed additives containing essential oil: 1. Impact on the nutritional worth of complete feed in vitro. DM, ME, NDF, NGP, TMR, TOM, VFAs
2018 In vitro rumen fermentation kinetics, metabolite production, methane and substrate degradability of polyphenol rich plant leaves and their component complete feed blocks. HT, IVGP
2018 Simultaneous use of thyme essential oil and disodium fumarate can improve in vitro ruminal microbial fermentation characteristics. DSF, TEO
2017 Replacement of alfalfa hay (Medicago sativa L.) with subabul (Leucaena leucocephala) leaf meal in diets of Najdi goats: effect on digestion activity of rumen microorganisms. ADFD, DMD, EMBP, MP, NDFD, OMTD, SLM
2016 Evaluation of optimum roughage to concentrate ratio in maize stover based complete rations for efficient microbial biomass production using in vitro gas production technique. EMBP, ME, MS, RL, TDOM, TVFAs
2015 Evaluating in vitro dose-response effects of Lavandula officinalis essential oil on rumen fermentation characteristics, methane production and ruminal acidosis. Exp, GP24, IVTOMD, LEO, MB, TVFA
2015 Evaluation of various feedstuffs of ruminants in terms of chemical composition and metabolisable energy content. CP, EE, IVGPT, ME, TDMD, TOMD
2015 Nutritional values of available ruminant feed resources in smallholder dairy farms in Rwanda. ME, NDF-D, OMD
2004 Partitioning of trace metals between soft tissues and shells of Patella aspera. CMS, ECS
10  1997 The relationship between in vitro gas production, in vitro microbial biomass yield and 15N incorporation and its implications for the prediction of voluntary feed intake of roughages. DMI