The experimental concentrate contained 20.00% as fed of DSOP (Supplementary Table S1), dried according to the procedure proposed by other authors .
Fixed effects: dietary treatment (C and DSOP); storage time (0 and 96 hours).
The chemical composition and the net energy of the DSOP used are reported in supplementary material (Supplementary Table S3).
Table 2 presents the chemical composition, the net energy, the fatty acids profile and the phenolic compounds of the DSOP. Table 3 reports the chemical composition and net energy of the feedstuffs and of the diets employed.
The phenolic compounds of DSOP were extracted and analysed by HPLC-DAD/FLD following the procedure previously described by Servili et al.
The chemical characteristics of the DSOP are reported in Table 2.
The most important and contentious of the principles in the DSOP concerned the definitions of business segments and geographical segments.
Fundamental to the approach adopted in the DSOP was the premise that the needs of investors and creditors can sometimes require that segment information reported in financial statements differ from that reported and used internally to run the business.
Comments on the DSOP should be submitted in writing by June 30, 1995.
Copies of the DSOP are available for 95 each by writing to the IASC, 167 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2ES, England, or by calling the IASC at 011-44-71-353-0565.
suggests following 52 principles when implementing segment reporting including