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072 0 _aE16
072 0 _aF30
082 0 4 _a631.53
_bBOO
100 1 _aJusten, B.A.
_uBook of abstracts: Arnel R. Hallauer international symposium on plant breeding
110 0 _aCentro Internacional de Mejoramiento de Maiz y Trigo (CIMMYT), Mexico DF (Mexico)
111 2 _aArnel R. Hallauer International Symposium on Plant Breeding
_cMexico, D.F. (Mexico)
_d17-22 Aug 2003
245 0 0 _aDigestion kinetics of the Wisconsin quality synthetic, a maize population developed for silage
260 _aMexico, DF (Mexico)
_bCIMMYT :
_c2003
300 _ap. 120-121
340 _aPrinted
520 _aNutritional value of silage maize is related to the kinetics of ruminal fiber digestion. A maize population designated the Wisconsin Quality Synthetic (WQS) has undergone two cycles of S2-topcross recurrent selection that included selection for reduced neutral detergent fiber (NDF) and increased in vitro NDF digestibility (IVNDFD) measured after a 48 hour incubation in rumen fluid. We examined IVNDFD of the first two cycles of selection of WQS over multiple periods of incubation in rumen fluid to determine whether the selection protocol influenced rate and extent of fiber digestion.
546 _aEnglish
591 _a0309|AGRIS 0301|AL-Maize Program
593 _aJuan Carlos Mendieta
595 _aCPC
650 1 0 _aFields
650 1 0 _aForaging
650 1 0 _aGermplasm
_91136
650 1 0 _aMaize
_91173
650 1 0 _aQuality
_91231
650 1 0 _aSeed production
_91253
650 1 0 _aSilage
650 1 0 _91151
_aHybrids
_gAGROVOC
650 1 0 _91203
_aPlant breeding
_gAGROVOC
700 1 _aCoors, J.G.,
_ecoaut.
700 1 _aEilert, D.T.,
_ecoaut.
700 1 _aFlannery, P.J.,
_ecoaut.
700 1 _aFrey, T.J.,
_ecoaut.
942 _cPRO
999 _c6973
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