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Thesis
1975
Department of Nutrition Laboratory, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy

Three series of feeding trials were carried out using growing albino rats as experimental subjects during the present investigation in order to assess (1) the comparative effects of feeding raw and autoclaved cowpea and raw and autoclaved tur dhal incorporated in the diet each at 10% protein level on nitrogen basis on specific physiological functions such as growth...

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Thesis
1981
Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy

An investigation was carried out to assess the feeding value of lucerne meal as a possible substitute for fish meal in calf starters. Eighteen cross bred calves, weaned at birth, were divided into three groups (Groups 1, 11 and 111) of six animals each as uniformly as possible in regard to body weight and maintained on three isoproteimic calf starter diets, A, B an...

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Thesis
1985
Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy

An investigation was carried out to determine the ruminal protein degradability of groundnut cake, gingelly cake, rubber seed cake, coconut cake yellow maize, wheat bran and guinea grass and to determine the correlation between their degradability in rumen and solubility in mineral solvents and autoclaved rumen fluid. The effect of heat treatment and the formaldeh...

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1991-08-14
COLLEGE OF VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES Mannuthy - Trichur

An investigation was carried out to assess the feeding lue of prawn waste as a partial or complete replacement of nsalted dried fish in the rations for growing-finishing pigs, two Large VJhite Yorkshire weanling pigs with an average body weight of 9.1 kg were distributed randomly and uniformly as far as possible to four groups (Groups I, II, m and IV) of eigh...

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Thesis
1991
Department of Animal Nutrition, College of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Mannuthy

An investigation was carried out to assess the feeding value of prawn waste as a partial or complete replacement of unsalted dried fish in the rations for growing – finishing pigs. Thirty – two Large White Yorkshire weanling pigs with an average body weight of 9.1 kg were distributed randomly and uniformly as far as possible to four groups (Groups 1, 11, 111 and IV...

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