Gut Health

Intestinal functionality: the dichotomy between nutrient and barrier function

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Speaker: Prof Todd APPLEGATE, Poult Sci Dept, Univ Georgia, USA


The gut is adaptive and responds to ingredient matrix and bacterial environment. But these responses can alter endogenous maintenance as well as nutrient and energy digestibility. The gut response to pathogens depends on their amount, their virulence and of predisposing factors (e.g. cocci, mucin type, etc.). Gut immunological responses may vary nutrient “needs” with changes in tissue maintenance needs and nutrient use efficiencies.

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

Gut Health

Gut Health

Strengthening intestinal frontier: key for performance...

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

Gut Health

Prof Todd APPLEGATE Presentation introduction

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

Poultry

Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD presentation introduction

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

Gut Health

Flexibility of intestinal digestive processes to handle...

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Speaker: Prof Markus RODEHUTSCORD, Inst Animal Science, Univ Hohenheim, Germany Phytate can be...

Nutritional Requirements

Prof Mike KIDD presentation introduction

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

Nutritional Requirements

Amino Acids: key for the functioning of intestine

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