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Record number 372398
Title Effect of phytase supplementation to barley-canola meal and barley-soybean meal diets on phosphorus and calcium balance in growing pigs
Author(s) Sauer, W.C.; Cervantes, M.; He, J.M.M.; Schulze, H.
Source Interciencia 28 (2003)8. - ISSN 0378-1844 - p. 476 - 481.
Department(s) Animal Nutrition
WIAS
Publication type Refereed Article in a scientific journal
Publication year 2003
Keyword(s) aspergillus-niger phytase - microbial phytase - plant phosphorus - weanling pigs - amino-acids - young-pigs - digestibility - bioavailability - nutrients - efficacy
Abstract Two metabolism experiments were carried out, to determine the effect of microbial phytase addition to barley-canola meal and barley-soybean meal diets on P and Ca balance in growing. pigs; In experiment 1, six barrows (29.6kg: initial LW) were fed a barley-canola meal diet, without or. with phytase (500 units.kg(-1) ring 24 days, according to a crossover design. The diet provided suboptimal levels. of P. In experiment 2, twelve barrows (53.4kg initial LW) were fed four barley-soybean meal diets, according to a two-period changeover design; Diet 1 was supplemented with inorganic P and Ca to meet requirements,. diets, 2, 3 and 4 contained suboptimal levels of P, diet 3 being supplemented with phytase; diet 4 was supplemented with both phytase and a mixture of xylanase and beta-glucanase. The supplementation of phytase to the barley-canola meal and the barley-soybean meal diets increased (P0.05) values far P retention and P and Ca digestibilities as for diets 1 and 3. In conclusion; phytase supplementation to the barley-canola meal and barley-soybean meal diets improved the utilization of P and digestibility of Ca; but no further effect was observed with the supplementation with the mixture of xylanase and beta-glucanase.
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