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Nutritional inhibitors



Nutritional inhibitors



Feedstuffs [Minneapolis] 20(1): 18-19



Nutritional inhibitors may be divided into three categories: (a) competitive, (b) inactivating, and (c) destructive. Those in the 1st group are almos't identical in structure with the essential nutrient. They compete for a position in the chain of chemical reactions essential for the functioning of the living organism. If they win it, deficiency symptoms develop. Inhibitors in the 2nd group act by inhibiting the digestion and absorption of the nutrient or by combining with it. Inhibitors in the 3d category destroy the nutrient.

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