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When being asked what had driven him to undertake such a challenge, geologist and now a pensioner Pavel said: “I have caught insuperable desire to set out on the ocean until now, five sixths of the globe has been unknown to me. It’s time. It’s time to set sail (oars) while I still can.”.
Ross 308 birds (n = 240) were fed one of 4 dietary treatments in a 2 2 factorial design; 2 diets with high (8.54 g/kg, 57.90% of total phytate) or low (5.77 g/kg, 46.33% of total phytate) susceptible phytate, containing 0 or 500 FTU/kg phytase. Diets were fed to broilers (12 replicate pens of 5 birds per pen) from d 0 to 28 post hatch. Birds fed diets high in susceptible phytate had greater phytate hydrolysis in the gizzard (P.