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The effect of microbial phytase on ileal phosphorus and amino acid digestibility in the broiler chicken
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It appears that microbial phytase improves phosphorus digestibility and amino acid digestibility for certain plant-based feedstuffs. Expand
Ideal amino acid pattern for 10-kilogram pigs.
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The results of these experiments indicate that WFIP contains excesses of leucine, valine, phenylalanine plus tyrosine, methionine plus cystine, and threonine for pigs between 10 and 20 kg BW, resulting in lower nitrogen utilization than IIP. Expand
Apparent and true amino acid digestibility of a crystalline amino acid mixture and of casein: comparison of values obtained with ileal-cannulated pigs and cecectomized cockerels.
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The results of this study indicated that true digestibilities of AA in a mixture of crystalline AA and in casein are essentially 100% in both pigs and cockerels. Expand
Effect of microbial phytase on ileal digestibility of phytate phosphorus, total phosphorus, and amino acids in a low-phosphorus diet for broilers.
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Microbial phytase improved phytate P and total P digestibility, as well as true ileal amino acid digestibility), for a corn-soybean diet. Expand
Effect of a novel phytase on growth performance, apparent metabolizable energy, and the availability of minerals and amino acids in a low-phosphorus corn-soybean meal diet for broilers.
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Overall, the inclusion of a novel microbial phytase into a low-P corn-soybean meal diet for broiler chickens greatly increased phytate P and total P absorption, bone mineral content and density, as well as the digestibility of some amino acids. Expand
Effects of Enzyme Combinations on Apparent Metabolizable Energy of Corn-Soybean Meal-Based Diets in Broilers
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Results of this study indicated that although enzyme addition to corn–SBM-based basal diets can significantly improve AMEn, the success of such improvement depended greatly on the raw ingredients available at the time. Expand
The effect of a commercial enzyme preparation on apparent metabolizable energy, the true ileal amino acid digestibility, and endogenous ileal lysine losses in broiler chickens.
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Overall, enzyme supplementation with an enzyme blend containing alpha-amylase, beta-glucanase, and xylanase increased the AME content of a corn-soy broiler diet as well as apparent and true ileal amino acid digestibility for all amino acids, but had no effect on endogenous ILEal lysine flow. Expand
Hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate: effects on zinc, manganese, vitamin A, and riboflavin utilization.
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The results suggest that .5% or 1.0% dietary HSCAS does not impair Mn, vitamin A, or riboflavin utilization, but that Zn utilization is reduced slightly as a result of H SCAS ingestion. Expand
Effects of supplemental 25-hydroxycholecalciferol on growth performance, small intestinal morphology, and immune response of broiler chickens.
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The results of this study suggest that supplemental 25-OH-D(3) improves small intestinal morphology and protective humoral immunity to infection. Expand
Efficiency of dietary methionine utilization by young pigs.
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Concentrations of most indispensable amino acids, including methionine, in whole-body protein increased linearly, although glycine and proline concentrations decreased as dietary Methionine level increased, which suggests that the ratio of whole- body collagen protein to non-collagen protein decreases as dietary methamphetamine is incremented from deficiency to near adequacy. Expand
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