The effects of phytase supplementation and dietary phosphorus level on performance and on tibia ash and phosphorus contents in broilers fed maize-soya-based diets.

@inproceedings{Ceylan2012TheEO,
  title={The effects of phytase supplementation and dietary phosphorus level on performance and on tibia ash and phosphorus contents in broilers fed maize-soya-based diets.},
  author={Nesrin Ceylan and S. Cangir and Muzaffer Corduk and Alexandre Grigorov and Shahram Golzar Adabi},
  year={2012}
}
To test phytase efficiency, 4 dietary treatments including a positive control (T1), negative control (T2, containing 0.10% less total phosphorus than T1), negative control plus 500 FTU phytase (T3), and low-negative control plus 500 FTU phytase (T4, containing 0.13% less total phosphorus than T1) were used. Reducing the available phosphorus level of the broiler diet from 0.47% to 0.37% during the starter, and from 0.37% to 0.26% during the grower-finisher period significantly (P<0.01) depressed… CONTINUE READING

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