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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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The results indicate that these newly released maize varieties (OP, HO, AS, TT, OD and OW) are good nutritionally and could be used by farmers in the monogastric livestock industry.
Most recently, Humphrey became the monogastric R&D director leading the pork and aqua efforts as well as playing an essential role on the nutritional science team that works across Cargill s animal nutrition and animal protein businesses.
They have diverse nutritional effects in monogastric animals and in some cases, extreme effects may be seen.
Plant contains phytic acid which is an antinutritional factor and is indigestible by monogastric animals including human [5,6].
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).
Writing in the same format as the first volume, the 62 authors from around the world describe the changing conditions internationally, divided between North and South America, Europe and Asia; and research on animal breeding and selection, molecular genetics, reproduction science, ruminant and monogastric nutrition, growth and development, lactation, immunology and endocrinology, environment and waste management, and specific types of livestock.
Endogenous nitrogen losses in monogastric and ruminants affected by nutritional factors.
Increasing the efficiency of phosphorus use by monogastric (one-stomach) animals through phytase enzyme feed additives and developing low-phytic-acid feed grains, to lessen excretion of unused phosphorus in manure.
The researchers have indicated that maize varieties with waxy or sugary genes can be tailored which should be having better nutritional value for monogastric animals because of the greater digestibility of the starch they produce".