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First step of a model of calcium and phosphorus metabolism in growing pigs: Fate of ingested phosphorus in the stomach


, : First step of a model of calcium and phosphorus metabolism in growing pigs: Fate of ingested phosphorus in the stomach. Livestock science15 109(1-3): 63-65

Phosphorus (P) digestibility represents complex digestive and metabolic phenomena which are embodied in a unique coefficient. A dynamic mathematical model, based on mechanistic concepts is developed to improve pig feed formulation systems. In this first step, it simulates the fate of different forms of dietary P in the stomach. The model also accounts for dietary calcium (Ca) content, gastric transit time and pH. It simulates consistently the inorganic P released at the exit end of the stomach. However, this model has to be challenged by external data.

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DOI: 10.1016/j.livsci.2007.01.064


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