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The Key to Using Phytase in Effective Monogastric Nutrition

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Aaron Cowieson Aaron Cowieson
Research
DSM DSM
October 31, 2018
Hi Meg, all useful comments and I agree with most of your points regarding the characteristics of phytases that promote bioefficacy. However, I don't think the title of this video is reflected in the comments that you have made. I've noticed this with several other Engormix videos also. The title should reflect the content of the video. The title here was - 'The key to using phytase in effective monogastric nutrition', whereas the content was all about biochemical characteristics of phytases that are necessary prerequisites for use in poultry and swine nutrition. I would encourage Engormix to try to set titles that actually reflect the content of the video if at all possible! Hope you are well though and again, useful comments. Aaron
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Alagbe olujimi John Alagbe olujimi John
Animal Production & Health
October 31, 2018
Phytase is very a important enzyme that I have incorporated in broiler feeds and I got a very good result.
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siswa setyahadi siswa setyahadi
Biochemist
November 2, 2018

Alagbe olujimi John May you explain your result?

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November 2, 2018

Sir, what are the differences in bacterial and fungal phytase. Which is best?

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Fadayomi Omosalewa Marlene Fadayomi Omosalewa Marlene
Animal Nutritionist
January 19, 2020
Jodh singh
Bacteria phytase
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