III. Quantitative aspects of phosphorus excretionin ruminants

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Bravo , David; Sauvant , Daniel; Bogaert , Catherine; Meschy , François;
  • Publisher: EDP Sciences
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1051/rnd:2003021
  • Subject: ruminant | [SDV.BDLR]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Reproductive Biology | excretion | [SDV.BDD]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Development Biology | [ SDV.BDD ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Development Biology | quantitative aspect | [ SDV.BDLR ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Reproductive Biology | [SDV.AEN]Life Sciences [q-bio]/Food and Nutrition | [ SDV.AEN ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Food and Nutrition | phosphorus
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International audience; Ruminant phosphorus excretion and metabolism were studied through a database. Faecal endogenous phosphorus is the main pathway of phosphorus excretion and averages 0.85 of total faecal phosphorus. The remaining 0.15 is unabsorbed dietary phosphor... View more
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