Nutritional and health functions of carbohydrate for pigs

@inproceedings{Yin2004NutritionalAH,
  title={Nutritional and health functions of carbohydrate for pigs},
  author={Yulong Yin and Zeyuan Deng and H. Huang and H.-Y. Zhong and Z.-P. Hou and Jianhua Gong and Qiunlu Liu},
  year={2004}
}
The greatest progress in carbohydrate study in pig nutrition and health is that the carbohydrates are classifi ed more clearly not only based on their structure, but also on their nutritional functions. Carbohydrates serve as components of cell structures, energy substrate and have regulatory functions. There are large differences in the digestion, absorption and the speed of the carbohydrates appearance in the portal vein blood plasma. Non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) and particularly soluble… CONTINUE READING

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