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monogastric

referring to a stomach with a single chamber as in the dog, cat, horse or pig.
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Supplementation of poultry feed with phytase results in the hydrolysis of phytate and the availability of free phosphorus for the growth of monogastric animals (Dvorakova, 1998).
The larger increase in protein N production (Factor 3) than in manure N production (Factor 2) reflects a steady increase in NUE at an animal level (see below), which is related, in part, to the increase in monogastric animals relative to ruminants (Fig.
They have diverse nutritional effects in monogastric animals and in some cases, extreme effects may be seen.
However, the challenge model in this study exposed animals as neonates, when the esophageal groove is operational and the lambs are physiologically monogastric.
Don't use droppings from monogastric animals because there are disease and parasite issues with their manure," warns Wayne.
2) Published reference ranges for psittacine birds and monogastric mammals are from 2 to 10 [micro]g/mL (10); however, studies that assessed the impact of diet on alpha-tocopherol levels in falcons suggest that this bird might have had a deficient level of vitamin E.
Phytate is relatively unavailable to humans and monogastric animals that largely lack the enzyme phytase, (11) which is required to degrade phytate.
Plant contains phytic acid which is an antinutritional factor and is indigestible by monogastric animals including human [5,6].
Phytase [myo-inositol (1,2,3,4,5,6) hexakisphosphate], a phytate-specific phosphatase, is already used as a supplement in diets monogastric animals to improve phosphate utilization This class of enzyme has also been found increasingly interesting for use in processing and manufacturing of food for human consumption ,particularly because the decline in food phytate result in enhancement of mineral bioavailability.
The use of fishmeal is limited by the obligation for mills to be specialised in monogastric feeds because fishmeal is forbidden for ruminants; and, according to some producers, this gives a bad taste in the final product.
The situation is different with monogastric livestock (i.
Books came in second and Web resources were the least cited, with zero citations for monogastric nutrition, animal products and meat science and poultry nutrition, although but not the least cited for animal physiology (20 citations).