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Biological availability to chicks of manganese from different inorganic sources



Biological availability to chicks of manganese from different inorganic sources



Poultry Science 50(6): 1693-1700



In 2 experiments to develop an assay technique and to estimate biological availability of Mn from several inorganic sources for chickens the criteria were bodyweight, percentage bone ash, incidence of leg abnormalities and bone Mg content at 28 days of age. Reagent grade manganese sulfate, as the reference standard, was added to a basal semi-purified diet at supplemental Mn levels of 10, 20, 30, 60 and 120 micro g/g. Six other inorganic sources were tested at 10 micro g/g.

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DOI: 10.3382/ps.0501693


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