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Nutritive Quality of Flowers in Some Early-Plants Public Deposited

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  • In spring time, animals, goats and sheep in particular, prefer to eat flowers Pulsatilla multifida, and Iris tenifolia. Pulsatilla's flower contains sugar 20.33, starch 6.71, cellulose 19.15, lignin 6.50, and acid detergent fibre (ADF) 24.88, neutral detergent fibre (NDF) 32.55, hemicellulose 7.67, and protein 14.27 percent. Dry matter digestibility (DMD), organic matter digestibility (OMD ) of Pulsatilla multifida were found 84.35, 84.17%, respectively. Flowers of Iris tenifolia contain sugar 38.89, starch 3.71, protein 18.42, cellulose 9.04, lignin 12.98, ADF 15.60, NDF 19.60 and hemicellulose 4.0 percent. DMD, OMD of Iris tenifolia were found 89.69% and 89.79%, respectively.
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