Online Event
September 12-13, 2022 | Online Event
FAT 2018

Phytase and xylanase, individually and combination on carcass broiler fed a diet with a high level of rice bran

N G A Mulyantini, Speaker at Food Science Conferences
University of Nusa Cendana, Indonesia
Title : Phytase and xylanase, individually and combination on carcass broiler fed a diet with a high level of rice bran

Abstract:

Continued increase in poultry production is an important contributor to the supply of protein to expanding human population in the world. In the case of poultry nutrition, rice bran is appealing as potential feedstuff because it is available in many parts of the world, and also it contain considerable amount of nutrition. However, it may lead to production problems due to presence of components which possess anti-nutritive properties. Feed enzyme may offer possible solutions to the problems of feeding rice bran to poultry by allowing enhanced utilization of nutriens in rice bran, and reducing the deleterious effects of the anti-nutritive factors.

Biography:

N.G.A Mulyantini has a degree in Animal Science, Master in Science and Agriculture and PhD in Animal Science from University of Queensland Australia. Since 2000, its teaching and research activity include Poultry production and Poultry nutrition. She participated in several national and International projects of research and investigation. She has several scientific publications in national journals.

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