By TIAGO TEDESCHI DOS SANTOS, MIKE BEDFORD, CRAIG WYATT and GUSTAVO CORDERO*
DEVELOPMENTAL progress in science depends on the construction and deconstruction of hypotheses and applies to all scientific fields, including animal science.
One hypothesis recently called into question is what is responsible for the performance effect of carbohydrases in monogastric animals. This has always been explained by three hypotheses:
- Reduction of viscosity in the gastro- intestinal (GI) tract;
- Provision of prebiotics, and
- Reduction of the cell wall effect…
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