energy nutrient

'energy nutrient' can also refer to...

energy nutrient

energy nutrient

energy nutrient

Energy and nutrients

Underreporting of Energy Intake, Socioeconomic Status, and Expression of Nutrient Intake

Effect of energy and protein levels on performance, egg quality, and nutrient digestibility of laying pigeons

Variation in energy and nutrient intakes among pre-school children: implications for study design

Description of a Mixed Ethnic, Elderly Population. I. Demography, Nutrient/Energy Intakes, and Income Status

Nutrient analysis, metabolizable energy, and digestible amino acids of soybean meals of different origins for broilers

Nutrient and Energy Utilization in Enzyme-Supplemented Starter and Grower Diets for White Pekin Ducks1

Daily Energy Intake of Broiler Chickens is Altered by Proximate Nutrient Content and Form of the Diet

Effect of Wheat Cultivar and Enzyme Addition to Broiler Chicken Diets on Nutrient Digestibility, Performance, and Apparent Metabolizable Energy Content

The Role of Benthic Invertebrate Species in Freshwater Ecosystems: Zoobenthic species influence energy flows and nutrient cycling

A complete energy balance from photons to new biomass reveals a light- and nutrient-dependent variability in the metabolic costs of carbon assimilation

Effects of naturally mycotoxin-contaminated corn on nutrient and energy utilization of ducks fed diets with or without Calibrin-A

Effects of feeding diets varying in energy and nutrient density to Hy-Line W-36 laying hens on production performance and economics,

Impact of commercial housing systems and nutrient and energy intake on laying hen performance and egg quality parameters

Energy and nutrient utilization of broiler chickens fed corn-soybean meal and corn-based diets supplemented with xylanase

Effects of Ginkgo biloba leaves (Ginkgo biloba) and Ginkgo biloba extract on nutrient and energy utilization of broilers


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A food that is a major source of energy. Fats, carbohydrates. and (to a lesser extent) proteins are the main sources of energy.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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