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Calcium and phosphorus metabolism in growing pigs. 1. Absorption and balance studies



Calcium and phosphorus metabolism in growing pigs. 1. Absorption and balance studies



Livestock Production Science 41(3): 233-241



The effect of increasing intake of calcium and phosphorus on absorption and retention was investigated in balance experiments with 18 growing pigs (35 and 65 kg liveweight), given varying amounts of Ca and P at a constant Ca:P ratio. The results showed that balance of Ca was regulated in the intestine and decreased with increasing intake. Urinary excretion of Ca was minimal, but depended on the presence of adequate amounts of absorbable P.

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