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THRThe Hollywood Reporter
THRThursday
THRThreonine (Amino Acid)
THRTotal Hip Replacement
THRThrust
THRTarget Heart Rate
THRThe High Road (firearms forum)
THRThyroid Hormone Receptor
THRThruster
THRTransmit Holding Register
THRThrough-Hole Reflow
THRTraining Heart Rate
THRTehran, Iran - Mehrabad (Airport Code)
THRThreshold Requirements
THRThreshold Heart Rate
THRTolerable Hazard Rate
THRTotal Herd Reporting (cattle breeding)
THRTotal Heat of Rejection (condenser capacity, refrigeration)
THRThe Human Resource (various locations)
THRThe House of Representatives (US Congress)
THRTraditional Herbal Registration (UK)
THRThe Homeschooling Revolution (blog)
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2], RMSE and AIC, prediction equations 7, 9, and 11 appear useful to evaluate the SID of lysine, threonine and valine in SBM.
Thr-to-Lys ideal ratio for laying hens fed with low-protein diets from 24 to 40 weeks of age is 80%, which corresponds to the threonine and lysine intake of 571mg [bird.
According to the literature on indicators of the total amino acid score lower biological value of wheat have limiting amino acids which are lysine and threonine [19].
The estimated requirements for threonine by the factorial method suppose knowledge about maintenance requirement, rate of protein deposition and the post-absorptive utilization efficiency of threonine.
Termitomyces microcarpus was limited in leucine, followed by threonine (10) and methionine (or cysteine, 18), respectively.
04% each methionine, threonine and alanine was added and in the third experiment, 1 ml solution containing 0.
In the GC-W muscle, the concentrations of two pyruvate precursor amino acids, threonine (p < 0.
The company management told Feedinfo News Service that feed grade Threonine is at trial production stage at its production facility in Inner Mongolia.
Saturated amino acid solutions were made by dissolving solid serine, cysteine, tyrosine, threonine, asparagine, glutamine, lysine, histidine, and glycine in 10 mM aqueous ammonium acetate.
38) Like serine and tyrosine, threonine is recognized as a proteinogenic (protein building) amino acid, (39) and is recognized for its role in the formation of collagen and elastin.
The exceptions were the concentrations of threonine that were lower and those of lysine and histidine, which were higher.