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Diets containing plant source protein and AAs (D2, D3, and D4) showed slightly higher levels of some amino acids than the other three diets (D5, D6, and D7), especially of lysine and methionine, which showed significantly higher values.
(2014) reported that except silkworm meal other insect meals are deficient in lysine and methionine, supplementation of silkworm meal in the diet can enhance both the performance of the animals and can replace both soybean meal and fishmeal in the diet.
I also mentioned that although there are 11 essential amino acids for chickens in total, most nutrient tables only specify percentages of lysine and methionine."When these two lysine and methionine are in adequate amounts, you should assume that the others are adequate," an expert told me.
Lysine and methionine are the first limiting amino acids in rapid growing young ruminants, as such the increase in the plasma methionine concentration can explain the higher ADG in calves supplemented with protein concentrates.
Previously, dietary supplementation of lysine and methionine caused improvement in growth performance in broiler [26].
The objective of the present study was to analyze the effect of rumen protected lysine and methionine on the production performance of early lactating Nili-Ravi buffaloes.
This is because it consists of several nutrients that are rich in fish meal and it also has effective's essential amino acid such as lysine and methionine and etc.
obtusifolia seed meal a good nutrient in fish feed composition especially when considering the relatively high percentage of lysine and methionine compared with that of the conventional fish feed stuff.
Cassava is poor in proteins and amino acids, including lysine and methionine, and these deficiencies are carried over into foods derived from cassava [1, 2, 3].
Lysine and methionine are the two principal limiting amino acids in corn-soybean based rations.
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