AME

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AcronymDefinition
AMEAfrican Methodist Episcopal (Church)
AMEArms and Military Equipment
AMEAdventure Mountain Explore (travel company)
AMEAmerican English
AMEAviation Medical Examiner
AMEAmelia Mary Earhart (pilot)
AMEAssociation for Manufacturing Excellence
AMEAircraft Maintenance Engineer (Transport Canada)
AMEAfrica and the Middle East
AMEAdvanced Metal Evaporated
AMEAutocad Modeling Extension
AMEAutonomic Management Engine
AMEAdobe Media Encoder
AMEAide Médicale de l'État (French: State Medical Assistance)
AMEAgence Méditerranéenne de l'Environnement (French: Mediterranean Environment Agency)
AMEAviation Structural Mechanic Safety Equipment (US Navy)
AMEAugust Mack Environmental, Inc. (various locations)
AMEAssistant Managing Editor
AMEApplause Media Entertainment (Japan)
AMEApparent Mineralocorticoid Excess
AMEAgreed Medical Evaluator
AMEAnnually Managed Expenditure
AMEAeromedical Evacuation
AMEApparent Metabolizable Energy
AMEAdvances Mechanical Engineering (conference)
AMEAudit Management Expert (software)
AMEAdvanced Modeling Extension
AMEAcademy for Modding Excellence (gaming)
AMEArts, Media and Engineering Program (Arizona State University)
AMEAntenna Mounted Electronics (US DoD)
AMEAtlantic Music Event (Bi-Annual Nordic Showcase)
AMEAssociations Mode d'Emploi (French; business magazine)
AMEAuthorised Medical Examiner
AMEAccident Medical Expense (insurance)
AMEAutomated Maintenance Environment
AMEAlternate Mission Equipment
AMEAmEditor (Livingston, NJ)
AMEAir Mobility Element
AMEAuxiliary Mission Equipment (US DoD)
AMEAlaska Materials Exchange
AMEAdvanced Metal Evaporative (media)
AMEAviation Metalsmith
AMEAviation Mission Equipment
AMEAssociation contre la Mutilation des Enfants
AMEAmplitude Modulation Equivalent
AMEAdvanced Medical Electronics Corporation
AMEAutomatic Message Exchange
AMEAsynchronous Modem Eliminator
AMEAlliance of Manufacturers and Exporters (Canada)
AMEAviation Maintenance Evaluation
AMEAirspace Management Element
AMEAssociated Marine Equipment (St John's, NL, Canada)
AMEAfrican Methodist Evangelical (Church)
AMEAntenna Mounted Equipment
AMEAthletes Motivating Excellence
AMEAverage Model Error
AMEAsociación de Médicos Escritores (Spanish, Guatemala)
AMEAerospace Management Element
AMEAssociate Member Educator (fraternity)
AMEAirlift Mobility Element
AMEAgence de la Maitrise de l'Energie
AMEAgreed Medical Exam(iner)
AMEAbort Maneuver Evaluator
AMEAeronautical Maintenance Engineer
AMEAir Materiel Element
AMEAdjustment of Model Estimates
AME(USN Rating) Aviation Structural Mechanic (Safety Equipment)
AMEAdaptive Maintenance Effort
AMEDepartment of Energy, Assistant Manager for Facilities & Laboratory Management (sometimes seen as DOE RL-AME)
AMEAsymptotic Multi-User Efficiency
AMEDepartment of Energy, Assistant Manager for Energy (sometimes seen as DOE AME)
AMEAviation Mechanic Egress (safety equipment)
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Table I.- Apparent total tract digestibility co-efficient of dry matter retention, organic matter, nitrogen, fat, ash, crude fiber, calcium phosphorus phytate and apparent metabolizable energy of red and white sorghum in broilers at day 21.
Measurement of Apparent Metabolizable Energy (AME): To measure the metabolizable energy (kcal/kg), 5 birds from each replicate group were transferred to specialized metabolic cages for digestibility analysis.
Apparent metabolizable energy (aME) and apparent metabolization coefficient of gross energy (CMAEB) of control diet and experimental diet (containing 3% acid silage meal made of pirarucu waste-FSARP) for commercial laying hens.
Specific aims were to: (1) assess nitrogen balance during the testing period, (2) assess nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy of test diets, (3) assess fat digestibility at different concentrations of salmon oil, (4) compare fat digestibility between two different primary oils (salmon vs corn oils), and (5) calculate the estimated maximum amount of fat excreted by birds fed the different diets as an index of plumage fouling potential.
Table 2--Coefficients of total tract apparent digestibility (CTTAD), apparent metabolizable energy (AME) of food, faecal characteristics, intestinal transit time and gas area of cats fed with diets with different amounts of corn gluten feed without steep water (CGF) substituted for wheat bran.
Apparent metabolizable energy and prediction equations for reduced- oil corn distillers dried grains with solubles in broiler chicks from 10 to 18 days of age.
Determination of apparent metabolizable energy: AME was measured in the three experimental diets: i) basic diet of maize-soybean meal (MS) (Table 1), ii) 75% basic diet plus 25% whole lupine seed, and iii) 75% basic diet plus 25% dehulled lupine seed.
Effect of yeast derived carbohydrate fraction on growth performance, apparent metabolizable energy, mineral retention and gut histomorphology of broilers during starter phase.
CB positively influenced th e value of nitrogen corrected apparent metabolizable energy (AME N) by about average 6% (PD and MD) in comparison to the control birds.
Comparison of inert markers [chromic oxide or insoluble ash (Celite TM)] for determining the apparent metabolizable energy of wheat or barley based broiler diets with or without enzymes.
Effect of phytase enzyme on dietary nitrogen-corrected apparent metabolizable energy and ileal digestibility of nitrogen and amino acids in broiler chicks.