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Volume 88, Number 1, 30 November 2000

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Effect of methods of analysis and heat treatment on viscosity of wheat, barley and oats
pp. 1-12(12)
Authors: Svihus, B.; Edvardsen, D.H.; Bedford, M.R.; Gullord, M.

Heat treatment of rapeseed meal increases phytate flow into the duodenum of sheep
pp. 31-37(7)
Authors: Park, W.; Matsui, T.; Yano, F.; Yano, H.

The effect of bacterial inoculants on the fermentation and aerobic stability of whole crop wheat silage
pp. 39-46(8)
Authors: Filya, I.; Ashbell, G.; Hen, Y.; Weinberg, Z.G.

Storage of pelleted wheat middlings in farm bins
pp. 47-58(12)
Authors: Reed, C.; Trigo-Stockli, D.; Blasi, D.A.; Fairchild, F.J.

Protein degradability and intestinal digestibility of blood meals: comparison of two processing methods
pp. 91-101(11)
Authors: Marichal, M.d.J.; Carriquiry, M.; Pereda, R.; San Martn, R.

Nutritive evaluation of some nitrogen and non-nitrogen fixing multipurpose tree species
pp. 103-111(9)
Authors: Ramana, D.B.V.; Singh, S.; Solanki, K.R.; Negi, A.S.

Laying performance of Japanese quail fed graded levels of neem (Azadirachta indica) kernel meal incorporated diets
pp. 113-120(8)
Authors: Elangovan, A.V.; Verma, S.V.S.; Sastry, V.R.B.; Singh, S.D.

Performance of lambs fed expeller pressed and solvent extracted karanj (Pongamia pinnata) oil cake
pp. 121-128(8)
Authors: Ravi, U.; Singh, P.; Garg, A.K.; Agrawal, D.K.

Reply to ''Letter to the Editor''
pp. 133-133(1)
Author: Abel, H.

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