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Effects of deficiency and excess of phosphorus on bones of growing pigs



Effects of deficiency and excess of phosphorus on bones of growing pigs



19 emes Journees de la recherche porcine en France 1987: 289-294



For 7 weeks 3 groups of 6 Large White piglets, initially 11 weeks old, had diets differing only in phosphorus content, 0.4, 0.7 or 1.2%. Cholecalciferol reached 500 IU/kg and Ca 0.8%. With P deficiency weight gain and feed efficiency were reduced significantly and bone disorders occurred in 4 piglets. No diet affected calcaemia. With P deficiency blood P was low and alkaline phosphatase high; hypercalciuria and hypophosphaturia were severe.

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