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AcronymDefinition
LEULow Enriched Uranium (<20%)
LEULumen et Umbra (MUD)
LEULibrary Education Unit (Indiana State Library; Indianapolis, IN)
LEULaser Electronics Unit (Laser sighting subsystem)
LEULight Em' Up
LEULicense to Export Uranium
LEULaunch Enable Unit
LEULauncher Electronic Unit
LEULeucine (Amino Acid)
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The MC enzyme effectively increase the energy and protein digestibility of BR, while phytase improved apparent digestibility of dry matter and the SID of arginine, histidine, leucine, lysine, alanine, and proline.
Figure 1 shows that the amino acid composition of the reference sample varieties of rained wheat 56 is characterized by a considerable content of proline, leucine, isoleucine, and serine+.
Amino acid composition of whey samples revealed leucine as major essential amino acid in cheddar (86.
Of the 19 enzymes we assayed, only leucine arylamidase levels did not differ between months in unionid mussels, but did change in Dreissena polymorpha.
Some essential amino acids, such as leucine and threonine, are present in wheat germ.
in the branched chain amino acids isoleucine, leucine, and valine, which have been shown to reduce muscle breakdown and fatigue during physical activity.
In general, plants (such as peas, hemp) contain less leucine than found in animal proteins.
The QTL fragment produced none of distribution of leucine rich repeats (LRRs) and nucleotide binding site (NBS-LRR).
high-intensity exercise, how resistance exercise utilizes fat as an energy source, and how fat oxidation is elevated in the postworkout period; dietary fat intake strategies to enhance performance, including fat loading and the use of fatty acid-containing supplements; carbohydrate metabolism, with discussion of skeletal muscle glycogen depletion, lactate formation, and glycolysis; dietary carbohydrate strategies for performance enhancement, including daily intake recommendations, low-carbohydrate diets, and methods for rapidly synthesizing muscle glycogen; protein metabolism, types of high and low-quality protein, sources, intake and frequency, and the role of leucine in muscle protein synthesis; nutrient timing; energy balance; enhancing body composition; and hydration and performance.
Table 4 presents the leucine to lysine values for the treated and untreated J.
Serum Leucine Aminopeptidase, Alkaline Phosphatase and Gammaglutamyl transpeptidase were determined using optimized kinetic method.