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Phytate and other nutrient components of feed ingredients for poultry

myo-Inositol and Phytate Are Toxic to Formosan Subterranean Termites (Isoptera: Rhinotermitidae)

The Effect of Several Organic Acids on Phytate Phosphorus Hydrolysis in Broiler Chicks

Phytate Phosphorus Hydrolysis in Broilers in Response to Dietary Phytase, Calcium, and Phosphorus Concentrations

Physiological Responses to Divergent Selection for Phytate Phosphorus Bioavailability in a Randombred Chicken Population1

Experimental approach to optimize phytate phosphorus utilization by broiler chickens by addition of supplements

Contribution of intestinal- and cereal-derived phytase activity on phytate degradation in young broilers

Impact of response criteria (tibia ash weight vs. percent) on phytase relative non phytate phosphorus equivalance

Phytate addition to soil induces changes in the abundance and expression of Bacillus ß-propeller phytase genes in the rhizosphere

Interaction of Calcium and Phytate in Broiler Diets. 2. Effects on Total and Soluble Phosphorus Excretion1

Interaction of Calcium and Phytate in Broiler Diets. 1. Effects on Apparent Prececal Digestibility and Retention of Phosphorus1

Effects of Phytate and Phytase on the Performance and Immune Function of Broilers Fed Nutritionally Marginal Diets

Influence of phytate level on broiler performance and the efficacy of 2 microbial phytases from 0 to 21 days of age

A strong effect of growth medium and organ type on the identification of QTLs for phytate and mineral concentrations in three Arabidopsis thaliana RIL populations

Influence of superdoses of a novel microbial phytase on growth performance, tibia ash, and gizzard phytate and inositol in young broilers

Evaluation of near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) techniques for total and phytate phosphorus of common poultry feed ingredients


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Any anion of phytic acid, any mixture of free phytic acid and its ionized forms, or any salt of phytic acid. It is the major phosphorus compound in plants and ...

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