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Intestinal hydrolysis of inositol phosphoric ester and absorption of phytin phosphorus in pigs. 3. Intestinal absorption of total and phytin phosphorus in growing pigs with low phosphorus and calcium supplies



Intestinal hydrolysis of inositol phosphoric ester and absorption of phytin phosphorus in pigs. 3. Intestinal absorption of total and phytin phosphorus in growing pigs with low phosphorus and calcium supplies



Zeitschrift fur Tierphysiologie Tierernahrung und Futtermittelkunde 31(3): 129-136



For part 2 see NAR 43, 1849.3. Two metabolism experiments, each with 2 pigs, are described, the first with barley as main component of the diet so that phytic acid P was in natural form accompanied by plant phytase; the second with a semisynthetic diet with purified calcium phytate added.

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