cottonseed meal


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cottonseed meal

n
(Agriculture) the residue of cottonseed kernels from which oil has been extracted, used as fodder or fertilizer
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Physiological responses of lactating cows to gossypol from cottonseed meal rations.
rohita fingerlings fed at 400 FTU kg-1 level and 4% citric acid supplemented cottonseed meal based test diet.
Different extraction solvents--water, sodium chloride, water and potassium hydroxide, and sodium chloride and potassium hydroxide--at temperatures of 5 C or 55 C, were studied by the researchers on glandless cottonseed meal samples, which had 6%, 12% and 19% fat content.
The results are in accordance with previous reports on FG reduction in cottonseed meal by SSF (2,20,21).
The treatments consisted in a ration "control" and four rations with different levels (150; 300; 450 e 600 g [kg.sup.-1] DM) replacing the cottonseed meal by sunflower pie.
Use of expender cottonseed meal in broiler diets formulated on digestible amino acid basis.
After inoculation with Brucella abortus smooth strain 99 (S99), specific anti-Brucella antibody production was impaired in lambs [159] and calves [160] fed cottonseed meal. Mice treated with gossypol had decreased IgM and IgG production after sheep erythrocyte immunization [157].
These ingredients include more common materials such as brewer's and or distiller's grain, cocoa bean hulls (contain an oil that microbes like), cottonseed meal, bedded poultry manure, ground soybean, rapeseed screenings and sugar cane bagasse.
Domestic cottonseed meal production will exceed local demand due to the decline in the dairy and beef sectors.
abbreviatus; 3 ingredients (corn starch, cottonseed meal and wheat germ) were identified as principal drivers of larval weight gain and survival (Lapointe et al.
A review of the nutritive value and utilization of whole cottonseed, cottonseed meal and associated by-products by dairy cattle.