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Efficacy of phytase in animal diets

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When native and microbial phytases are included in the diets of monogastric animals there is a considerable improvement in phosphorus absorption from plant fodder, and thus, an ensuing reduction in the requirement for phosphorus in mineral form. Phytase may significantly diminish the amount of this mineral excreted in faeces and thereby reduce environmental pollution. Additionally, when added to the diets of monogastries, it not only improves the utilization of phosphorus, calcium and other minerals from the gastro-intestinal tract but also increases the digestibility of amino acids and fat.








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