Digestive Physiology of Pigs by Jan E. Lindberg, Brian Ogle

By Jan E. Lindberg, Brian Ogle

This e-book brings jointly edited and revised papers offered on the eighth Symposium on Digestive body structure of Pigs held in Uppsala in June, 2000. It comprises greater than a hundred papers from best scientists from all over the world during this topic zone. between different gains it contributes to the advance of the the technology in terms of the results of foodstuff on intestine body structure. It additionally creates a platform for destiny learn, that might elevate wisdom of ways to optimize the meals of the pig and to aid hinder diet-related gastrointestinal stipulations.

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British Journal of Nutrition 72, 353–368. , Venturi, E. and Le Dividich, J. (2000) L’adoption et le sevrage ultra-précoce: une stratégie pour élever les porcelets en surnombre.

The absence of alkaline SMase activity in pig pancreas (Nilsson, 1969) and bile juice, and the highest activity in the middle and distal parts of the small intestine, implies that the enzyme might have other specific functions besides the digestion of dietary SM. The results from this study show that the activity of the alkaline SMase in mucosa and in ileal and faecal content tended to be highest during the suckling period. The activity decreased when the pigs were weaned from milk to a commercial dry feed, but did not disappear.

The collaborators include Drs Marian Silver, Abigail Fowden, Jeff Trahair, Bent Foltmann, Peter Cranwell, Randall Buddington, Douglas Burrin, Mette Schmidt, Jan Elnif, Erik Skadhauge and Yvette Petersen. R. and Koldovsky, O. (1989) Development of luminal digestion: implications for biologically active dietary polypeptides. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition 9, 144–162. K. and Malo, C. (1996) Intestinal brush-border membrane enzyme activities and transport functions during the prenatal development of pigs.

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