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The efficacy of phytase in corn-soybean meal-based diets for laying hens.
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growth, production performances, and tibia parameters were significantly improved by dietary supplementation of the negative control diet with either phytase or MCP-P, indicating that the P requirements of the laying hens were met throughout the production period even at the lowest level of supplementation.
Effects of Tylosin on Bacterial Mucolysis, Clostridium perfringens Colonization, and Intestinal Barrier Function in a Chick Model of Necrotic Enteritis
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It appears that tylosin can control NE through its modulation of C. perfringens colonization and the mucolytic activity of the intestinal microbiota.
Quantification of inositol phosphates using (31)P nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy in animal nutrition.
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The (31)P NMR method can be applied for use in animal nutrition in general and studies of using phytase in diets for farm animals in particular, by measuring the content of inositol phosphates in feed ingredients, complete feeds, ileal contents, and feces of pigs and poultry.
Parameters and techniques to determine intestinal health of poultry as constituted by immunity, integrity, and functionality.
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These parameters for immunity, integrity and functionality, or a combination thereof, are indispensable to investigate the influence of intestinal microorganisms on intestinal health.
Bioavailability of organic and inorganic zinc sources in male broilers.
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In a practical European broiler diet, the organic Availa-Zn had a higher bioavailability than inorganic zinc sulfate, as indicated by the slope ratio of the linear response curves for both zinc sources, using tibia zinc content as a response parameter.
Effect of a soluble polysaccharide (carboxy methyl cellulose) on the physico-chemical conditions in the gastrointestinal tract of broilers.
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The efficiency of both digestion and absorption was reduced by CMC inclusion in broiler diets, based on a higher moisture content of the chyme in the CMC-fed birds, and the higher jejunal and ileal osmolarities in those birds.
Performance and physiological variables in broiler chicken lines differing in susceptibility to the ascites syndrome: 1. Changes in blood gases as a function of ambient temperature.
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The results show that a high haematocrit is not necessarily linked with an increased susceptibility to ascites, and it is possible to select broilers for fast growth and low food conversion ratio (FCR) in different ways.
Threonine requirement of broiler chickens during subclinical intestinal Clostridium infection.
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A higher Thr:Lys ratio in infected birds improved production performance during infection with C. perfringens, although intestinal damage (incidence and lesion severity) was not affected.
Haematological characteristics predicting susceptibility for ascites. 2. High haematocrit values in juvenile chickens
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It was concluded that a high Ht in blood of juvenile chickens has limited practical value in predicting incidence of ascites at 5 weeks of age.
Ascites and venous carbon dioxide tensions in juvenile chickens of highly selected genotypes and native strains
TLDR
The high correlation between pv CO2 in juvenile chickens and API values at 5 wk of age indicated that a strong genetic selection pressure on low pvCO2 values at an early age will be an effective method to reduce decisively the occurrence of the ascites syndrome at sea level.
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