Determination of Phytoestrogen Content in Fresh-Cut Legume Forage
AbstractThe aim of the study was to determine phytoestrogen content in fresh-cut legume forage. This issue has been much discussed in recent years in connection with the health and safety of feedstuffs and thus livestock health. The experiments were carried out on two experimental plots at Troubsko and Vatín, Czech Republic during June and July in 2015. Samples were collected of the four forage legume species perennial red clover (variety “Amos”), alfalfa (variety “Holyně”), and annuals Persian clover and Alexandrian clover. Forage was sampled twice at regular three to four day intervals leading up to harvest and a third time on the day of harvest. Fresh and wilted material was analyzed using liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry (LC-MS). Higher levels (
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Hloucalová, P.; Skládanka, J.; Horký, P.; Klejdus, B.; Pelikán, J.; Knotová, D. Determination of Phytoestrogen Content in Fresh-Cut Legume Forage. Animals 2016, 6, 43.
Hloucalová P, Skládanka J, Horký P, Klejdus B, Pelikán J, Knotová D. Determination of Phytoestrogen Content in Fresh-Cut Legume Forage. Animals. 2016; 6(7):43.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hloucalová, Pavlína; Skládanka, Jiří; Horký, Pavel; Klejdus, Bořivoj; Pelikán, Jan; Knotová, Daniela. 2016. "Determination of Phytoestrogen Content in Fresh-Cut Legume Forage." Animals 6, no. 7: 43.
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