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- Kalač, Pavel
- Journal of agrobiology 2012 v.28 no.2 pp. 85-96
- acidity; anaerobic digestion; biogas; chopping; cobalt; corn; corn silage; crops; feedstocks; grass silage; grasses; heading; iron; lactic acid bacteria; lignification; lignocellulose; methane; methanogens; neutralization; nickel; nitrogen content; ripening; silage making; starch
- ... Maize and grass silages are the main feedstock for anaerobic digestion in agricultural biogas plants. High-quality silage is necessary for high methane yields. Grasses should be cut and ensiled at leafy stages, until full heading, prior to an extensive lignification. Late ripening maize varieties should be harvested towards full ripening due to the increasing starch content in grains, and early to ...
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- Meat science 2012 v.90 no.3 pp. 796-800
- chilled meats; cooking; kidneys; legs; liver; oils; putrescine; rabbit meat; rabbits; saddles; slaughter; spermidine; spermine
- ... The concentration of putrescine (PUT), spermidine (SPD) and spermine (SPM) was determined in chilled meat and kidneys of 18 rabbits and in liver of 12 animals 24h after slaughter. Very low PUT concentrations were detected only in kidneys. Mean SPD levels were 2.2, 2.2, 61.7 and 32.7mgkg⁻¹ in saddle, leg, liver and kidneys, respectively. The respective SPM concentrations were 14.7, 8.0, 115 and 88. ...