phytogenic


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Related to phytogenic: splenemphraxis

phy·to·gen·ic

 (fī′tō-jĕn′ĭk) also phy·tog·e·nous (fī-tŏj′ə-nəs)
adj.
Derived from or formed by plants: phytogenic hydrocarbons.

phytogenic

(ˌfaɪtəʊˈdʒɛnɪk)
adj
(Botany) derived from plants: coal is a phytogenic substance.
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Austria-based Delacon makes phytogenic feed additives, which use ingredients like herbs, spices, and other plants to improve animal performance.
The effect of phytogenic feed additives to substitute in-feed antibiotics on growth traits and blood biochemical parameters in broiler chicks challenged with Salmonella typhimurium.
This result is in consistence with many previous studies confirming that the pathogenic intestinal microflora is controlled by the direct antimicrobial action of phytogenic extracts (Jamroz et al.
This acquisition, which follows Cargill's recent investment in Delacon, a specialist in natural, plant-based phytogenic additives, will give Cargill participation in the USD 20bn global animal feed additives market, as well as world-class technical, regulatory and R and D capabilities and go-to-market strength in approximately 70 countries worldwide.
Phytogenic lacustrine sedimentation-oil shales in Neogene from Serbia, Yugoslavia.
For the past few decades, phytogenic feed additives such as plant extracts have received increased attention as potential alternatives to growth promoters for animal production (Benchaar et al.
com)-- Phytogenic feed additives are plant-derived products used in feed to potentially improve poultry performance.
The supplementation of phytogenic and digestarom growth promoters in the diet enhanced growth of broiler chickens [22].
Plants contain several alkaloids, glycosides, and polyphenols, which are secondary metabolites that often found in fruits, vegetables, and even phytogenic beverages (Galluzzo and Marino, 2006).
MESSAGE: Producers support pig gut health by supplementing rations with phytogenic feeds.