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1. Pandects A digest of Roman civil law, compiled for the emperor Justinian in the sixth century ad and part of the Corpus Juris Civilis. Also called Digest.
2. The definitive statement of a legal rule.

[Latin pandectēs, encyclopedia, from Greek pandektēs, all-receiving : pan-, pan- + dektēs, receiver (from dekhesthai, to receive, accept; see dek- in Indo-European roots).]

pandect, pandects

a legal code or complete body or system of laws.
See also: Law
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Percentage of enterobacteria and lactobacilli in the ileal digesta of piglets at 35 days of age was not influenced (P>0.
In the present study, difference in length of intestine might also be due to the changes in the digesta characteristics like viscosity.
After eviscerating, ileum, from Meckel's diverticulum to the ileo-cecal junction, was dissected to obtain its digesta sample.
Encapsulated probiotic bacteria in all matrices exhibited good release properties in the presence of pig intestinal digesta.
While xylanases' ability to enhance digestibility of plant-based feed ingredients and to decrease digesta viscosity is well-accepted, their affect on gut health and the intestinal environment continues to be an active area of scientific research.
Umbilical-abomasal fistula may be critical as there is continuous loss of digesta along with digestive secretions from an unusual site which may further alter the electrolyte and acid base status of animal.
On the other hand, the results in the present study indicated that bacterial populations (data was not presented) in the small intestinal digesta were not affected by supplementation with thyme volatile oil.
Bioassay technique is extensively used to determine digestibility of AA in a single test either by collecting ileal digesta or excreta.
The volume in question is an edition of Joseph Koller's Fasti Austriae, in singulos anni menses, cum metro, tum prosa, compendio digesta .
This analyzer can quantify all 24 of the amino acids present in the sample whether it is an ingredient, compound feed, blood or the digesta sample.