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Interaction between cereal identity and fat quality and content in response to feed enzymes in broilers

Interaction between cereal identity and fat quality and content in response to feed enzymes in broilers

Enzymes in farm animal nutrition: 199-236

This review focuses upon fat digestion and digestibility in broiler chickens, the role of intestinal viscosity in interference with fat digestion, and the interactions between dietary fat type and carbohydrase addition in broiler diets containing different cereals.

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