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Definition of Metabolizable
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Literary usage of Metabolizable
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1. Organic Agricultural Chemistry (the Chemistry of Plants and Animals): A by Joseph Scudder Chamberlain (1916)
"metabolizable or Available Energy. — In man the coefficients of digestibility have been determined on the average mixed diet, and as human beings probably ..."
2. The Nutrition of Farm Animals by Henry Prentiss Armsby (1917)
"the actual amounts of metabolizable energy supplied by the digested portions of the feed irrespective of its secondary effects — ie, to express its real ..."
3. Bulletin by United States (1904)
"metabolizable ENERGY. A certain proportion of the total or gross energy of the ... The data of the foregoing pages enable us to compute the metabolizable ..."
4. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur Amos Noyes, William Albert Noyes (1904)
"The results are discussed as regards the digestibility of the rations, the metabolizable energy or the energy of food minus the energy of excreta, ..."
5. The Horse by Isaac Phillips Roberts (1905)
"Of the 44 per cent which I have called metabolizable energy, about 63 per cent, equivalent to 27.72 per cent of the gross energy of the hay, was found to be ..."
6. Enzymes in Poultry and Swine Nutrition by R. R. Marquardt, Zhengkang Han (1997)
"Extraction methods for removing soybean a-galactosides and improving true metabolizable energy and poultry. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 41, ..."