Role of the gut physiology in animal feeding

Published on: 06/23/2014
Author/s : Dr. Emma Wall (Deputy Director research and development of Pancosma) And by Dr. David Bravo (Director and head of research and development of Pancosma)

New research findings in gut physiology: implications for animal feeding Recently, a paper was published in the scientific journal Nature Reviews1 entitled “The gut as a sensory organ.” As the title suggests, scientists are now considering the gut literally as an intelligent sensory organ, with the ability to “sense” its environment and react to it.  What does th...

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June 23, 2014
Very useful detail.
Dr Romila iyer
Dr. K. M. Ehasanul Islam Dr. K. M. Ehasanul Islam
DVM, MS(Theriogenology)
June 23, 2014
Its a fantastic article. Thank you Sir.
Tarusenga Munyanyi Tarusenga Munyanyi
Animal health technologist
June 28, 2014
this is quite interesting article. Long back it was known the digestive system was for digesting food and assimulation of nutrients ,its also an immune organ which control the toxins that get into the body

Dr Kamran Dr Kamran
Agricultural Engineer
July 2, 2014
Very good artical but research should also be done in examining the parameters of gut efficient regarding disease control . I think GIT is the most important organ in disease prevention weather those are digestive ,reproductive or respiratory system diseases . Your views about this ?
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