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Moreira Filho, Alves, Vale, Moreira, and Rogerio (2013) ammoniated corn straw with 3% urea and observed a reduction in DM content; this reduction was attributed to the water added during ammoniation, necessary to reduce the dry matter content to 70%.
Various chemical treatment methods have been developed to improve the feeding value of these poor quality roughage feeds, such as alkali treatment, use of aqueous ammonia or by urea treatment (ammoniation) under anaerobic condition (Wanapat et al.
Increasing the nutritional value of the fiber by chemical processing is done by using urea in a process known as ammoniation. In ammoniation urea decomposes into CO2 and NH3.
Kinetics of urea hydrolysis and binding of ammonia to wheat straw during ammoniation by urea.
Detoxification of aflatoxin in artificially contaminated maize crop by ammoniation procedures.
Destruction of aflatoxins in contaminated maize samples using ammoniation procedures.
On the other hand, ammoniation, which is a procedure that is used to reduce aflatoxin content of food, increased cottonseed meal toxicity in dairy cattle [169].
Dyrek et al., "Infra-red studies of ammoniation of pillared montmorillonites," Clay Minerals, vol.
Ammoniation is a process of treatment of farm waste (straw) by adding caustic soda (NaOH), sodium hydroxide (KOH) or urea (CO(NH2) 2.
The section on biomaterials science reports on recent advances in treatment of dye wastewater by zero valent iron composited organobentonite, the use of 6-ginergol against fatigue, isolation and identification of ammonibacteria and ammoniation characteristic analysis, and identification of ZAG protein as a novel serologic biomarker candidate for liver cancer.
Ammoniated hay toxicosis (bovine hysteria, bovine bonkers, crazy cow syndrome) is a health problem that occurs if a toxin is produced during ammoniation. This toxin is produced when reducing sugars such as glucose react with ammonia in the presence of temperatures in excess of 158[degrees] F (Perdok & Leng, 1987).
In several model studies, hydroxypropylation, ammoniation, or treatment with reducing agents lessened the inhibitory effect of lignin on cellulose or cell wall hydrolysis by rumen microflora (Sewalt et al., 1997: Sewalt et al., 1996a: Sewalt et al., 1996b).
* Post-filtration pH adjustment, chlorination, ammoniation, and fluoridation