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Monogastric

monogastric ( ¦mänō′gastrik ) ( vertebrate zoology ) Having only one digestive cavity.

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Lab 3045 The Monogastric Digestive System ACTIVITY
Monogastric Nutrition
University of Saskatchewan. Ruurd Zijlstra1 and Andrew Van Kessel. 2.
Livestock and theEnvironment Finding a Balance
Livestock and theEnvironment. Finding a Balance. Environmental impact assessment of landless monogastric livestock production systems.
Crude Glycerin for Monogastric Feeds
10 Crude Glycerin for Monogastric Feeds .. for monogastrics was 95 percent of its gross energy, data . as an excellent source of calories in monogastrics.
Section 5 Digestion in the Ruminant Animal
Ruminant vs. Monogastric Animals. Ruminants and monogastrics have very different stomachs.

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Phytase use in poultry diets: Going beyond phosphorus release
First commercialised in 1991, phytase is now present in over 60% of monogastric feed, and possibly even in a higher percentage of poultry diets, in a growing market that exceeds $300 million US dollars per year.
Research: Temperature and particle size in extruding barley and sorghum
The results indicate that an efficient use of extrusion processing could be to target separated larger particles from milled grains for re-combination with finer ground grains for improved energy utilization in monogastric feeds.
Namibia aims for 100 % local poultry market
The dedicated mono gastric feed mill is capable of supplying 36 000 tonnes per annum to the local broiler industry, 11 000 tonnes per annum to the local layer industry and 9 000 tonnes per annum to the local pig industry.
It didn't take much to get Bob Peifer involved with “precision feeding,”
Monogastric animals like pigs are easier to program for amino acid utilization than ruminants. But a new generation of computer models is now making it possible with ruminants.
Berg+Schmidt takeover fat powder business of Juchem
For many years Berg+Schmidt has produced rumen-stable fat powders at its own plants in Malaysia, and it is one of the world's pioneers in the development of lecithinized fat powder qualities without a carrier for monogastric animals as well as cattle.

Suggested Web Resources

Monogastric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A monogastric organism has a simple single-chambered stomach, whereas ruminants have a four-chambered complex stomach.
Monogastric: Definition from Answers.com
monogastric ( ¦mänō′gastrik ) ( vertebrate zoology ) Having only one digestive cavity.
Animal Sciences & Industry - Disciplines>Nutrition - Monogastric
Nutrition of monogastrics
Increasingly nutrition studies of monogastric animals are done in different parts of the GI, trials similar to studies in ruminants.
Monogastric - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of MONOGASTRIC.

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