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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
in vitro dry matter digestibility
(79 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(18 times)
NDF (19 times)
CP (18 times)
ADF (17 times)
1989 Grazing selectivity and in vivo digestibility of switchgrass strains selected for differing digestibility.
in vitro dry matter disappearance
(15 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(7 times)
CP (3 times)
ADF (2 times)
EE (2 times)
1982 Effects of xanthene dyes in cattle diets for insect control: diet digestibility and fecal excretion.
in vitro DM digestibility
(13 times)
Animal Husbandry
(6 times)
DM (10 times)
VFA (4 times)
LAB (3 times)
1990 Digestibility and feeding value of pearl millet as influenced by the brown-midrib, low-lignin trait.
in vitro digestibility of dry matter
(6 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(4 times)
CT (2 times)
PP (2 times)
TP (2 times)
2012 Use of three fodder trees in the feeding of goats in the subhumid tropics in Mexico.
in vitro DM disappearance
(4 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(2 times)
VFA (2 times)
BG (1 time)
CP (1 time)
1991 Effects of grass species on grazing steers: II. Dry matter intake and digesta kinetics.
in vitro diagnostic medical devices
(1 time)
Public Health
(1 time)
IVD Directive (1 time)
OTC (1 time)
2006 [Are blood glucose analyzers safe? Experiences of the BfArM based on all notifications received until end of 2005].
in vitro digestibility of DM
(1 time)
Tropical Medicine
(1 time)
BP (1 time)
2022 Characterization and in vitro evaluations of Baru pulp from almond production waste ensiled with different additives.
in vitro dry matter digestibility coefficient
(1 time)
Veterinary Medicine
(1 time)
MC (1 time)
NSOMR (1 time)
SSP (1 time)
2020 The drying temperature and the moisture content at harvest affect the apparent metabolisable energy of two maize varieties in broiler chickens.