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新橙皮甙二氢查尔酮Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone
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新橙皮甙二氢查尔酮Neohesperidin dihydrochalcone 

新橙皮甙二氢查尔酮

品名:枳实提取物

颜色:类白色精细粉末

规格.: 98%

CAS号. 20702-77-6

检测方式: HPLC

有效成分: 新橙皮甙二氢查尔酮

新甲基橙皮苷二氢查耳酮在饲料中更有着广泛的用途。作为甜味剂加入到饲料中可使饲料味超甜,能增大崽猪食欲,明显促进其生长和降低每千克增重的饲料消耗,新甲基橙皮苷二氢查耳酮与别的甜味剂复配使用时,尤其与糖精复配时,能产生优良的协同作用。Daly等发现NHDC具有益生元般的作用,将NHDC添加到仔猪饲料中,随着肠腔内乳酸浓度的增加,猪崽盲肠入口的乳酸杆菌也发生显著增加,可影响共生的肠道菌群,调节其机体的免疫力,减少肠道疾病。
动物日粮中添加该种复配甜味料产品,能够大大改善饲料的风味和适口性,掩盖和改善了日粮中某些成分(如某些蛋白原料,维生素,金属离子以及一些药物成分等)带有的不良苦涩味,从而增进幼畜的食欲,促进它们的生长
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