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While understanding that the authors dominate the methodology in the study of amino acid digestibility in feed used in pig and poultry rations, I would like to consider that there was a lack of information in the description of the methodologies that compromised a better evaluation of the study.
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Dr. Aslam, in my understanding not only lysine, but any amino acid supplied above the requirement of the animal or in inadequate proportion, in the case lysine questioned, will be catabolised by reducing the net energy of the diet.
Participation in Forum on April 30, 2019
In challenged conditions of Eimeria, study on efficacy of aromatic organic Acids is a great job, well done.Phenolic part of benzoic acid has an efficient damaging agent for the bacterial cell, but in this study you did not mention any type of AGP if used, in prospective of gut health what were the effects on villus height, villus width, crypt depth and crypt width.Think it was much better to condu ...
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Abstract It is recognized that the benefits of eubiotic feed additives are not consistently demonstrated in research trials, especially in a clean environment without any challenge. Understanding factors affecting their efficacy will facilitate mechanism of action investigation and guide practical application. A battery trial was conducted with 384 day-old male broilers to evaluate the effect of ...
Participation in Forum on April 17, 2019
Martin Smith thanks for your kind response and making me understand the confusion. you make it clear that extra allowence of lysine will nt be fruitful instead it will impact negatively on energy metabolism. Regards
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In any experiment looking at dose response to a single nutrient, all other nutrients need to be maintained at a level where they do not impact on performance parameters being investigated. Obviously if this is not the case, results obtained may be due to deficit of another nutrient, rather than that being studied. In this case, all SID AA levels were maintained at a level expected to be sufficient ...
Participation in Forum on April 11, 2019
congratulations to the team for the study conducted which makes many things clear. For modern broiler strains feeding strategies it will be milestone.
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Participation in Forum on April 11, 2019
Juarez Donzele you raised a valid question, ideal amino acid profile play a vital role in growth. I have a little bit of confusion and think you will make it clear: say I'm following ideal profile but only lysine goes high, what will be fate of additional lysine? Either it will disturb the profile or only required level will play a role and additional allowance will withdraw. While formulating a d ...
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Congratulations to the team for the study conducted. However I had some doubts as follows. In the elaboration of the experimental diets I do not think the best option to use the other essential amino acids in the requirement of the birds. I believe it is more appropriate to ensure that the levels of the other amino acids are at least in the proper relation with the highest level of lysine evaluate ...
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Introduction Lysine (Lys) is the second limiting amino acid (AA) in practical corn-soybean meal diets. Growth performance and proper muscle development of broiler chickens is highly dependent of an adequate dietary supply of Lys. Although all AA coded in the nucleic acid sequence are required for muscle protein synthesis, also depending on its frequency and dietary supply, Lys is the main es ...
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