I= INFLUENCE OF MORPHOLOGICAL STAGE OF RANGE GRASSES ON CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND IN SITU DIGESTION KINETICS IN BUFFALO BULLS.
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Title of Thesis
INFLUENCE OF MORPHOLOGICAL STAGE OF RANGE GRASSES ON CHEMICAL COMPOSITION AND IN SITU DIGESTION KINETICS IN BUFFALO BULLS.

Author(s)
Muhammad Mushtaq.
Institute/University/Department Details
University Of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan./Institute Animal Nutrition And Feed Technology.
Session
2004.
Subject
Animal Nutrition
Number of Pages
220.
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
range grasses, digestion kinetics, buffalo bulls, cenchrus ciliaris linn, panicum antidotale retz, pannisetum orientale rich., setaria sphacelata staph.

Abstract
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1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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3 2 Review Of Literature 4
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4 3 Influence Of Morphological Stage And Clipping Interval Of Cenchrus Ciliaris Linn. On Chemical Composition In Situ Digestion Kinetics In Buffalo Bulls 58
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  3.1 Introduction 58
  3.2 Material And Methods 59
  3.3 Results And Discussion 61
  3.4 References 91
5 4 Influence Of Morphological Stage And Clipping Interval Of Panicum Antidotale Retz. On Chemical Composition And In Situ Digestion Kinetics In Buffalo Bulls 98
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  4.1 Introduction 98
  4.2 Material And Methods 99
  4.3 Results And Discussion 101
  4.4 References 129
6 5 Influence Of Morphological Stage And Clipping Interval Of Pannisetum Orientale Rich. On Chemical Composition And In Situ Digestion Kinetics In Buffalo Bulls 137
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  5.1 Introduction 137
  5.2 Material And Methods 138
  5.3 Results And Discussion 141
  5.4 References 167
7 6 Influence Of Morphological Stage And Clipping Interval Of Setaria Sphacelata Staph. On Chemical Composition And In Situ Digestion Kinetics In Buffalo Bulls 175
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  6.1 Introduction 175
  6.2 Material And Methods 176
  6.3 Results And Discussion 179
  6.4 References 207
8 7 Summary 215
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