DTHR

AcronymDefinition
DTHRDavid Thompson Health Region (Alberta Health Services; Canada)
DTHRDelayed-Type Hypersensitivity Reaction
DTHRDusty Trails Horse Rescue, Inc. (Alabama)
DTHRDown The Hill Radio
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The optimal Dthr values obtained for the DENFIS models are 0.02, 0.01, and 0.013 for the M1, M2, and M3 data sets, respectively.
The optimal Dthr values obtained for the DENFIS models are 0.017, 0.02, and 0.013 for the M1, M2, and M3 data sets, respectively.
Data were subjected to two-way ANOVA and the statistical model included the main effects (CP and Thr; Gly and dThr) and interaction between them.
Addition of Gly to a diet containing 0.45% dThr did not have a significant effect on the total activity.
Addition of Thr (from 0.45% to 0.60% dThr) in a diet without addition of Gly (0.64% Gly, 1.55% Gly+Ser) showed an insignificant (p = 0.128 for TDG; p = 0.053 for Gly) increase in TDG activity and accumulation of Gly.
dLys = d[PD.sub.c] x [AA.sub.c] + dPDf x [AA.sub.f] dMet+Cys = d[PD.sub.c] x [AA.sub.c] + dPDf x [AA.sub.f] dThr = d[PD.sub.c] x [AA.sub.c] + dPDf x [AA.sub.f]
The efficiency of utilization of amino acid was obtained by the ratio between the deposition (dLys, dMet+Cys and dThr) and the respective intake corrected for maintenance of Lys (icLys), Met + Cys (icMet + Cys) and Thr (icThr).
Intake (iThr, mg [bird.sup.-1]), deposition (dThr, mg [bird.sup.-1]), efficiency of utilization (kThr, %) and threonine requirement (rThr, g [kg.sup.-1] of gain) for the four genotypes of pullets.
Diets for chicken were formulated in contents of 0.45 and 0.60% true digestible threonine (dThr) in a diet containing 18.5 and 22.5% CP (18.5% CP-0.45% dThr (0.50% Thr), 22.5% CP0.45% dThr (0.52% Thr), 18.5% CP-0.60% dThr (0.65% Thr), 22.5% CP-0.60% dThr (0.67% Thr)).
We used two levels of dThr (0.60% dThr (level near to the optimal threonine concentration) and 0.45% dThr (low level not near to the optimal threonine concentration)).
Summarized data of N-balance experiments (n = 6) with chickens (genotype Cobb 500) (days 20-25) Item/Diet A B (18.5% CP- (18.5% CP- 0.45% dThr *) 0.60% dThr) Mean BW (g) 703 [+ or -] 59 714 [+ or -] 39 Feed (DM) intake (g/d) 65.1 [+ or -] 6.8 63.3 [+ or -] 5.7 N retention ** 1,410 [+ or -] 96 1,500 [+ or -] 85 Item/Diet C D (22.5% CP- (22.5% CP- 0.45% dThr) 0.60% dThr) Mean BW (g) 722 [+ or -] 50 782 [+ or -] 28 Feed (DM) intake (g/d) 66.1 [+ or -] 3.6 66.3 [+ or -] 3.3 N retention ** 1,643 [+ or -] 55 1,820 [+ or -] 39 Values are mean [+ or -] SD (n = 6).