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Table 1 Composition of the basal diet and calculated proximate composition of the diet

From: Proteome changes in the small intestinal mucosa of growing pigs with dietary supplementation of non-starch polysaccharide enzymes

Ingredients Proportion (%)a
 Corn 70.70
 Soybean meal 19.82
 Soybean oil 2.10
 Wheat bran 5.00
 Limestone 0.51
 Calcium hydrophosphate 0.56
 L-Lysine 0.01
 Sodium chloride 0.30
 Premixb 1.00
 Total 100
 ME 13.65 (MJ/kg)
 Ether extract (EE) 4.82
 Crude protein (CP) 15.50
 Calcium 0.50
 Total phosphorus 0.45
 Available phosphorus 0.24
 Total lysine 0.75
 Total methionine 0.25
  1. aAll data is expressed in g/kg dry weight except for metabolizable energy (ME) in MJ/kg. The amounts of nutrient were estimated based on the NRC 11th ed. swine feedstuff composition table
  2. bProviding the following (g/kg fresh weight), Vitamin A, 8250 IU; Vitamin D3: 825 IU; Vitamin E: 40 IU; Vitamin K3, 4.0 mg; Vitamin B1, 1.0 mg; Vitamin B2, 5.0 mg; Vitamin B6, 2.0 mg; Vitamin B12, 25 μg; choline chloride, 600 mg; nicotinic acid, 35 mg; folic acid, 2.0 mg; biotin, 4.0 mg; Cu, 50.0 mg; Fe, 80.0 mg; Zn, 100.0 mg; Mn, 25.0 mg; Se, 0.15 mg; I, 0.5 mg