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Degradation of dietary fibre polysaccharides of rye in the intestinal tract of growing pigs used as a model for studying digestion in humans



Degradation of dietary fibre polysaccharides of rye in the intestinal tract of growing pigs used as a model for studying digestion in humans



Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences 4(3): 217-227



Ileal and faecal excretion of non-cellulose components of dietary fibre was studied in ileal-cannulated pigs (30-50 kg body weight, 5 pigs/group) fed on diets containing wheat or 2 inbred lines of rye containing low (3.8%) or high (5.6%) soluble dietary fibre (SDF). Compared with intake, 81.9% arabinose and 81.8% xylose were excreted in the ileal digesta after feeding the low SDF rye, and 79.3 and 79.5%, respectively, when wheat was fed.

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