Apparent Dry Matter Digestibility - How is Apparent Dry Matter Digestibility abbreviated?
ADMD (redirected from Apparent Dry Matter Digestibility)
|ADMD||Association pour le Droit de Mourir dans la Digniré (French: Association for the Right to Die with Dignity)|
|ADMD||Administrative Management Domain|
|ADMD||After Diversity Maximum Demand|
|ADMD||Autosomal Dominant Macular Dystrophy|
|ADMD||Apparent Dry Matter Digestibility|
|ADMD||Associação de Apoio Aos Doentes Depressivos e Maniaco-Depressivos (Portugal)|
|ADMD||Autosomal Dominant Macular Degeneration (ophthalmology)|
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(2014) studied the digestibility of several types of meat and bone meal for Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus and reported reduced apparent dry matter digestibility
with increased ash content and reduced protein levels.
The progressive enhancement in apparent dry matter digestibility
concomitant with increasing dietary sorghum starch level is in line with findings in grass carp  and it may be explained that higher dietary cellulose level caused the lowered apparent dry matter digestibility
Apparent dry matter digestibility
(AD) was significantly higher in the treatments with intermediate (IRGA 416) and low (MOCHI) amylose content (Table 1).
The lower apparent dry matter digestibility
for birds fed the LP 422 diet can be attributed to the higher neutral detergent fiber content of this diet.