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FFoQSI: Applicability of different combination of phytogens in feeding trials with piglets and pigs

Project Leader
Gierus Martin, BOKU Project Leader
COMET - K-Projekte
Type of Research
Applied Research
Project partners
Biomin Holding Gmbh, Austria.
Function of the Project Partner: Partner
Schwarz Christiane, Sub Projectleader
Schwarz Christiane, Project Staff
Puntigam Reinhard, Project Staff
BOKU Research Units
Institute of Animal Nutrition, Livestock Products, and Nutrition Physiology (TTE)
Funded by
The sustainable and efficient utilization of resources and therefore the extensive use of phytogens containing bioactive compounds gain notably in importance. Depending on the grade degree of polymerization, phytogens in the organisms either act as antioxidants or as components interacting negatively with nutrient digestion, mostly proteins. A prooxidative environment, which is created via increasing amounts of reactive oxygen species, can have an impact on the organism and subsequently on the zootechnical performance, the gut functionality as well as the quality of the food of animal origin.
Feed analysis; Animal nutrition;
gut health; feed addtitives; pig;
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