Degradation of dietary fibre polysaccharides of rye in the intestinal tract of growing pigs used as a model animal for studying digestion in humans

@inproceedings{Cyran1995DegradationOD,
  title={Degradation of dietary fibre polysaccharides of rye in the intestinal tract of growing pigs used as a model animal for studying digestion in humans},
  author={Małgorzata Cyran and M. Rakowska and J. Wasilewko and Lucyna Buraczewska},
  year={1995}
}
  • Małgorzata Cyran, M. Rakowska, +1 author Lucyna Buraczewska
  • Published 1995
  • Biology
  • Ileal and faecal excretion of the non-cellulosic components of the dietary fibre was studied in cannulated pigs fed wheat (control) and two inbred lines of rye with low and high (3.8% and 5.6%) level of soluble dietary fiber (SDF). As compared to the intake,the major fiber components arabinose and xylose were excreted in the ileal digesta in 81.9 and 81.8% after feeding with low-SDF rye and in 79.3 and 79.5% when wheat was fed to the animals. Significantly lower fiber degradation was observed… CONTINUE READING

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