NDIP

AcronymDefinition
NDIPNational Dental Inspection Programme (Scotland)
NDIPNeutral Detergent Insoluble Protein
NDIPNondeposit Investment Product
NDIPNational Death Index Plus
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From the nutritional aspect, high levels of NDIP and ADIP are not desirable, since NDIP has a slow rate of ruminal degradation, compromising the access of microorganisms to nitrogenous compounds (Wang et al.
The 3-year-old NDIP subjects had an age range of 2.
The comparison of study mean dmft with the 2008 NDIP results for the same age groups, where available, is shown in Table 3.
When considering the 2008 NDIP figures for the Greater Glasgow and Clyde (GGC) health board area alone, then 27% fewer cleft children were caries free (p = 0.
When compared with the NDIP results for the 2008 inspections of nursery-aged children, the mean dmft figures are very similar (NDIP 0.
When compared with the NDIP results, the mean dmft in our study of 3.
Moreover, plant type was the main factor that affected the CE NDIP, ADIP and CP degradation rate (Table III).
1992) NDIP is the fraction that includes both available and unavailable proteins linked to cell wall.
5 TABLE III F VALUES AND SIGNIFICANCE LEVELS RESULTED FROM THE MULTIPLE FACTORIAL ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE Effect CP NDIP ADIP NDIP- ADIP Year 5.
In general, CP content, NDIP, ADIP and EDCP were significantly higher in legumes.