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The effects of dietary levels of inorganic phosphorus, calcium and cholecalciferol on the digestibility of phytate-P by the chick



The effects of dietary levels of inorganic phosphorus, calcium and cholecalciferol on the digestibility of phytate-P by the chick



British Journal of Nutrition 66(2): 251-259



Male broiler chicks (1 day old; Ross one) were given a control diet containing recommended levels of phosphorus, calcium and cholecalciferol (6.9 and 10 g/kg, and 12.5 mg/kg, respectively) or diets low in P (5 g/kg) and with variable levels of Ca (normal and low; 10 and 5 g/kg) and cholecalciferol (normal or high; 12.5 and 1250 mg/kg).

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PMID: 1662069

DOI: 10.1079/bjn19910029


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