Gut Health

Flexibility of intestinal digestive processes to handle anti-nutrients: phytate as an example

17 views
Speaker: Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD, Inst Animal Science, Univ Hohenheim, Germany

Phytate can be significantly degraded in the intestine but dietary Ca and P supply may drastically affect this degradation. It is thus important to avoid excess in minerals to guarantee efficacy of endogenous and exogenous, mucosal and bacterial, phytase activities.


Advancia Academy 2018: Strengthening intestinal frontier: key for performance - Presentation



Gut Health

Gut Health

Strengthening intestinal frontier: key for performance...

19 views September 25, 2018

Speakers: Prof Mingan CHOCT, Univ New England, Australia; Pierre-André GERAERT The intestinal...

Gut Health

Prof Todd APPLEGATE Presentation introduction

17 views October 10, 2018

Speaker: Prof Todd APPLEGATE from University of Georgia (USA) introduces his presentation:...

Gut Health

Intestinal functionality: the dichotomy between nutrient...

14 views September 26, 2018

Speaker: Prof Todd APPLEGATE, Poult Sci Dept, Univ Georgia, USA The gut is adaptive and responds...

Poultry

Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD presentation introduction

20 views October 10, 2018

Speaker: Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD, (Univ Hohenheim, Germany) introducing its presentation:...

Nutritional Requirements

Prof Mike KIDD presentation introduction

16 views October 10, 2018

Speaker: Prof Mike KIDD (University of Arkansas, USA), introducing his presentation: Amino...

Nutritional Requirements

Amino Acids: key for the functioning of intestine

14 views September 25, 2018

Amino Acids: key for the functioning of intestine First pass of Amino Acids supplies the...