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- Kogut, Michael H.
- Journal of Applied Poultry Research 2013 v.22 no.3 pp. 637
- adipocytes; birds; diet; energy; environmental factors; glucose; homeostasis; immune response; inflammation; intestinal microorganisms; intestines; leptin; lipopolysaccharides; lipoproteins; mammals; metabolic diseases; metabolism; microbial activity; models; nucleic acids; nutrients; poultry; poultry diseases; receptors; saturated fatty acids
- ... The endogenous intestinal microbiota represents the multitudes of microbes residing in the intestine and is integral in multiple physiological processes of the host, including being a key factor involved in host metabolism, BW, and energy homeostasis. The gut microflora, together with other environmental factors such as diet and stress, can play a central role in both immune and nutritional physio ...
- Bobeck, E. A.; Payne, R. L.; Kerr, B. J.; Persia, M. E.
- Journal of Applied Poultry Research 2013 v.22 no.3 pp. 461
- additives; animal performance; broiler chickens; chicks; copper; copper sulfate; dietary supplements; drinking water; feed intake; feeds; grains; ingredients; lysine; nutritionists; sodium sulfide; sulfur; weight gain; zinc sulfate
- ... Commercial producers and nutritionists have questioned the performance consequences of sulfur (S) from various dietary and water sources combined in current commercial production. The combination of high S containing feed ingredients, including dried distiller’s grains with solubles (DDGS) and dietary additives that contain S such as lysine sulfate or copper sulfate, has the potential to create hi ...