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Record number 347934
Title Efficiënt gebruik van snijmaïs. Deel 4: invloed rastype en oogststadium op afbraakkaraketeristieken van zetmeel en celwanden = Efficient use of silage maize. Part 4: effect of genotype and harvest stage on degradation characteristics of starch and cell walls
Author(s) Cone, J.W.; Costa Ramos, I. da; Gelder, A.H. van
Source Lelystad : Animal Sciences Group / Praktijkonderzoek (PraktijkRapport / Animal Sciences Group : Rundvee ) - 34
Department(s) ID - Voeding
RIKILT - Business Unit Safety & Health
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2006
Keyword(s) maïs - zea mays - rassen (planten) - cultivars - maïskuilvoer - gewasopbrengst - zetmeelvertering - celwanden - microbiële afbraak - melkveehouderij - rundveevoeding - maize - zea mays - varieties - cultivars - maize silage - crop yield - starch digestion - cell walls - microbial degradation - dairy farming - cattle feeding
Categories Maize / Forage Legumes / Cattle
Abstract In the period 2003-2005 effects of genotypes and maturity stage on yield, quality, conservation and nutrition were investigated. This research was focusing on degradability of starch and cell walls. Harvest stage had significant effects on degradability parameters. No clear systematic differences between the genotypes emerged from the research
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