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Levels of Natural Radionuclides in Human Excreta in the Berlin Area

Metabolism of 210Po in rats: volatile 210Po in excreta

The effect of cage density on laying hen performance, egg quality, and excreta minerals

RETROSPECTIVE METHOD VALIDATION AND UNCERTAINTY ESTIMATION FOR ACTINIDES DETERMINATION IN EXCRETA BY ALPHA SPECTROMETRY

Influence of Dietary Electrolyte Balance and Microbial Phytase on Growth Performance, Nutrient Utilization, and Excreta Quality of Broiler Chickens

Effects of Fortifying Low Crude Protein Diet with Crystalline Amino Acids on Performance, Blood Ammonia Level, and Excreta Characteristics of Broiler Chicks

Phosphorus Utilization and Characterization of Ileal Digesta and Excreta from Broiler Chickens Fed Diets Varying in Cereal Grain, Phosphorus Level, and Phytase Addition

Nutrient Excretion, Phosphorus Characterization, and Phosphorus Solubility in Excreta from Broiler Chicks Fed Diets Containing Graded Levels of Wheat Distillers Grains with Solubles

Effect of different magnesium sources on digesta and excreta moisture content and production performance in broiler chickens

Effects of multistrain probiotics on growth performance, apparent ileal nutrient digestibility, blood characteristics, cecal microbial shedding, and excreta odor contents in broilers

Uric acid, urea, and ammonia concentrations in serum and uric acid concentration in excreta as indicators of amino acid utilization in diets for broilers 1

 

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The waste products of metabolism and the residue of digested food intake. In humans and other mammals, soluble chemical waste products are excreted mainly in the urine. Solid waste, including the products of bacterial action in the gut, is excreted in feces. Carbon dioxide and excess water vapor are excreted by the lungs in expired air.

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