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Table 1 Composition of riboflavin-deficient basal diet (g/kg as-fed)

From: Maternal diet deficient in riboflavin induces embryonic death associated with alterations in the hepatic proteome of duck embryos

Item g/kg
Ingredient
 Corn 560.0
 Soybean 238.0
 Corn gluten meal 100.0
 Limestone 70.0
 Dicalcium phosphate 15.0
 Vitamin and trace mineral premix a 10.0
 Sodium chloride 3.0
 DL-Methionine 1.0
 L-Lysine·HCl 3.0
Calculated composition
 Metabolizable energy b, MJ/kg 11.48
 Crude protein 192.9
 Calcium 30.7
 Nonphytate phosphorus 3.5
 Lysine 10.4
 Methionine 4.6
 Methionine + cysteine 7.7
 Threonine 7.6
 Tryptophan 2.0
 Arginine 10.1
 Riboflavin c, mg/kg 1.48
  1. aSupplied per kilogram of total diet: Cu (CuSO4•5H2O), 10 mg; Fe (FeSO4•7H2O), 60 mg; Zn (ZnO), 60 mg; Mn (MnSO4•H2O), 80 mg; Se (NaSeO3), 0.3 mg; I (KI), 0.2 mg; choline chloride, 1000 mg; vitamin A (retinyl acetate), 10,000 IU; vitamin D3 (Cholcalciferol), 3000 IU; vitamin E (DL-α-tocopheryl acetate), 20 IU; vitamin K3 (menadione sodium bisulfate), 2 mg; thiamin (thiamin mononitrate), 2 mg; pyridoxine hydrochloride, 4 mg; cobalamin, 0.02 mg; calcium-D-pantothenate, 20 mg; nicotinic acid, 50 mg; folic acid, 1 mg; biotin, 0.2 mg
  2. bThe values are calculated according to the AME of ducks (Ministry of Agriculture of China, 2012)
  3. cThe value was analysed by high performance liquid chromatography