monogastric


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monogastric

[¦män·ō′gas·trik]
(vertebrate zoology)
Having only one digestive cavity.
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They hope for an extension of the derogation allowing a maximum of 5% conventional raw materials in monogastric feed".
In the theses, the topics most popular include: Agricultural biochemistry and nutrition (ranked first with 12 PhD theses), Ruminant nutrition (ranked second with 9 PhD theses) and Monogastric nutrition (ranked third with 8 PhD theses).
than monogastric animals such as equids (Gurr 1993: 83).
Phytic acid, the main form of phosphorous in plant-origin animal feeds, is poorly available to monogastric animals as they lack the enzyme capable of hydrolyzing phytic acid to release phosphate.
The foregut of monogastric has only a very limited ability to hydrolyse phytate P (inositol hexaphosphate) in feedstuffs of plant origin due to the lack of significant endogenous phytase activity and low microbial population (Selle and Ravindran, 2007).
Maize has for a long time been a traditional and indispensable cereal grain in the commercial diets of monogastric farm animals in Ghana [1].
Junmei Zhao, Executive Manager of Monogastric Nutrition Solutions at Novus.
com, c: 414/336-9549); monogastric products--Levucell SB, Bactocell, Alkosel and Agrimos, contact Ernest Keith (ekeith@lallemand.
ECO-FCEs objective is to firstly understand the interactions within the monogastric biological system which create diversity, optimise feed use efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, nitrogen and phosphorus excretion, whilst not adversely affecting animal health, welfare or product quality.
The alliance designed Fibosel[R], which has become today an immunostimulant of reference with worldwide uses in a variety of animal species, especially aquatic species and young and breeding monogastric animals.
The main hypothesis concerning the source of infection in cattle born after the MBM ban still involves MBM; the BSE agent may have entered cattle feed by cross-contamination with feed for monogastric species (pigs and poultry) in which MBM was still authorized until November 2000.
As a result farmers can no longer feed fish-meal to ruminants, but it can still be fed to monogastric animals such as pigs and poultry, as well as for aquaculture feed.