Effect of dietary supplementation of xylanase on apparent ileal digestibility of nutrients, viscosity of digesta, and intestinal morphology of growing pigs fed corn and soybean meal based diet

Published on: 07/12/2019
Author/s : Adsos Adami Passos 1, Inkyung Park 1, Peter Ferket 1, Elke von Heimendahl 2, Sung Woo Kim 2. / 1 North Carolina State University, Raleigh 27695, USA; 2 Lohmann Animal Nutrition GmbH, Cuxhaven 27472, Germany.

1. Introduction Efforts to improve nutrient digestibility by the pigs can have effects on profitability of the pork industry (National Pork Board, 2012). Studies indicate that non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) in corn and soybean meal negatively affect nutrient digestibility (Moeser et al., 2002; van Kempen et al., 2006). Whole corn grain contains 27e32 g of xylose/kg (Knudsen, 1997) as arabinoxyl...

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July 12, 2019
I congratulate the team of researchers for the work. However, considering the scientific experience of the researchers involved in the study, I would like to make the following consideration.
By the characteristics of the fiber, mainly of the soybean meal, would not be the mannanase e or the galactosidase, the enzymes more efficient than the xylanase?
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