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Table 4. Dietary Lysine requirements for different rates of protein deposition in pigs fed ad libitum Digestiable Lysine Required Protein Deposition Rate/Max Weight PDR/d Lean Growth (PDR x .066/.65) Lysine Maintenance Total dig. Lysine Dietary Lysine Total LYS/d (g/d) (lb) (g) (g) (g) (g) (g) 55 140 14.2 + .40 = 14.6 18.25 155 99 150 15.2 + .62 = 15.8 19.75 143 153 15.5 + .82 = 16.3 20.88 187 150 15.2 + 1.01 = 16.2 20.25 220 145 14.7 + 1.14 = 15.8 19.75 55 127 12.9 + .40 = 13.3 16.63 140 99 135 13.7 + .62 = 14.3 17.88 143 138 14.0 + .82 = 14.8 18.50 187 135 13.7 + 1.01 = 14.7 18.38 220 130 13.2 + 1.14 = 14.3 17.88 Grams of apparently digestible "ideal" protein needed per day for lean growth allowing
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Unformatted text preview: for an efficiency of utilization of digest ideal protein of 65%. Grams of dietary "ideal" protein needed per day if the "ideal" digestiblity of a corn-SMB diet is 80%. Lysine for maintance = .036 x (LWT, kg) .75 Total lysine requirement, g/day= D E PxL M + P is equal to daily protein accretion g/d Table 1. Constants to Convert Daily Protein Accretion into Daily Lysine Requirement. Parameter Constant or Equation Lysine content of body protein, L .066% Post-absorptive efficiency of lysine utlization, E .65% Digestibility of lysine in the diet, D .80% digestible Lysine Needed for maintenance, M .036 x Weight, kg .75...
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