1. Growth regulator: The main function of growth regulator is to regulate, improve, promote growth, or a kind of additive that can stabilize body weight and maintain body condition under certain conditions. In most cases, the effect is to increase growth.
2. Immunomodulators: There are several types of immunomodulators currently used in research.
Carbohydrates: including polysaccharides from plants and oligosaccharides;
Proteins: including antibodies (Ig yolk antibodies), amino acids, small peptides;
Lipid: PUFA (unsaturated fatty acid);
Nucleic acid: nucleotide;
Micronutrients: mineral elements, vitamins;
Plant extracts: ketones, glycosides;
Other: Antioxidant, anti-mold and antidote.
3. Feeding regulator: The direction of regulation of feed regulating agents is to increase feed intake and control feed intake. The regulation mechanism is to achieve regulation through nerve, endocrine, chemical and physical regulation.
4. Microecological regulator: Microecology mainly refers to the internal environment of the intestine. There are many influencing factors, including the shape and structure of the digestive tract, the composition of the digestive juice, the physical and chemical properties of the chyme, the pH value, the temperature, and the microbial flora. Metabolites of microorganisms, etc. These elements are collectively referred to as micro-ecological environments. Any substance that regulates the micro-ecological environment is called a micro-ecological regulator.
5, animal product quality regulator: factors affecting the quality of animal products including nutrition, genetics, disease control, feeding management and processing technology.
Post time: Dec-23-2020