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This member gave a presentation on February 21, 2024
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35th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium
This member gave a presentation on February 21, 2024
At the following event:
35th Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium
Article published the September 11, 2023
I. IntroductionTypical Australian broiler diets contain 2.5-3.0 g/kg phytate-P or roughly 10.0 g/kg phytate; therefore, phytase is included into every Australian broiler diet. As phytase is capable of increasing the availability of phosphorus, calcium, sodium, amino acids and energy content of diets, these nutrients may be decreased in the feed formulations as ‘matrix values’ without a ...
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Article published the September 4, 2023
I. IntroductionPhytase, apart from increasing phosphorus (P) availability from plant ingredients, improves availability of non-P nutrients like Ca, amino acids (AA), and energy (AME) by facilitating the breakdown of phytate P and thus negating its antinutritional effects (Dersjant-Li et al. 2016). Phytase along with carbohydrase enzymes could improve productivity of chickens with a lower feed cost ...
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Article published the August 8, 2023
I. IntroductionPhytase enzymes are commonly used in the pig and poultry feed industry mainly to increase the availability of phosphorus (P) from plant ingredients. Additionally, phytase improves the availability of other nutrients such as Ca, digestible amino acids (AA), and energy (Dersjant4Li et al. 2015a) by facilitating breakdown of phytate P and thus negating its anti-nutritional effects on n ...
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Article published the June 9, 2023
I INTRODUCTION Phytate is ubiquitous in plant-based feed ingredients and phytase is routinely supplemented in poultry diets. Moreover, there is considerable interest within the chicken-meat industry in increasing dietary inclusion rates of crystalline or synthetic amino acids to develop reduced protein diets. An increasing array of both essential and nonessential non-bound amino acids is becoming ...
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This member gave a presentation on February 8, 2022
At the following event:
33rd Annual Australian Poultry Science Symposium
Article published the November 19, 2021
I. INTRODUCTIONPhytogenics and probiotics are gaining more attention in the animal industries due to market trends to reduce antibiotics use, whilst still preventing disease outbreaks and maintaining, or even improving, animal performance. Phytogenics have been shown to inhibit non-beneficial, potentially pathogenic bacteria such as E. coli (Ouwehand et al., 2010, Bento et al., 2013), positively i ...
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Video published on November 20, 2017
Dr. Amir Ghane (DuPont) speaks on the interaction between probiotics and enzymes as part of the solution to antibiotic reduction and a way to improve gut health, during the 5th IHSIG Symposium on Poultry Intestinal Health in Bangkok, Thailand.
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This member gave a presentation on October 11, 2017
At the following event:
5th IHSIG Symposium on Poultry Gut Health
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