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Minerals In Animal And Human Nutrition

Author : L. R. McDowell
ISBN : 0124833691
Genre : Deficiency diseases in domestic animals
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Introduction; Calcium and phosphorus; Sodium and chlorine (commun salt); Potassium; Magnesium; Sulfur; Iron; Copper and molybdenum; Cobalt; Iodine; Manganese; Zinc; Selenium; Fluorine; Aluminum, arsenic, cadmium, lead, and mercury; New discovered and other trace elements; Natural sources of minerals; Maximum tolerance levels; Mineral supplementation.
Category: Deficiency diseases in domestic animals

Vitamins In Animal Nutrition

Author : Lee Russell McDowell
ISBN : 9780323139045
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 84.82 MB
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Vitamins in Animal Nutrition presents concise, up-to-date information on vitamin nutrition for livestock and poultry; comparisons with vitamin use in human nutrition are also presented. This book describes the basic chemical, metabolic, and functional role of vitamins and vitamin supplementation. A wealth of photographs illustrate the nutritional aspects of vitamin deficiencies and excesses in livestock, along with their concomitant conditions. This authoritative reference is of interest to professionals in animal nutrition and the livestock industry and is suitable as a graduate-level text on vitamin nutrition in animals. First book of its kind Offers practical and broad coverage of nutrition as it relates to farm livestock, humans, and laboratory animals Clinically identifies and outlines the effects of vitamin excesses and deficiencies in animals and humans Emphasizes vitamin supplementation, and vitamin metabolism and function Illustrated with numerous photographs
Category: Technology & Engineering

Biology Of Breeding Poultry

Author : Paul M. Hocking
ISBN : 9781845933753
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book reviews the biological science and background to breeding meat poultry, specifically broiler, turkey and duck. These commercial birds have been changed by genetic selection to such an extent that they are substantially different from traditional breeds and laying hens. Covering science, management and husbandry systems, this book is an essential reference for researchers and students in animal science, as well as technical staff of breeding companies and poultry meat producers. Part of the Poultry Science Symposium Series.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Biology Of Breeding Poultry 2009

Author : CAB International
Genre : Cooking
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Poultry Science Symposium Series Executive Editor (Volumes 1–18): B.M. Freeman 1 Physiology of the Domestic Fowl* 2 Protein Utilization by Poultry* 3 Environmental Control in Poultry Production* 4 Egg Quality – a Study of the Hen’s Egg* 5 The Fertility and Hatchability of the Hen’s Egg* 6 i. Factors Affecting Egg Grading* ii. Aspects of Poultry Behaviour* 7 Poultry Disease and World Economy 8 Egg Formation and Production 9 Energy Requirements of Poultry* 10 Economic Factors Affecting Egg Production* 11 Digestion in the Fowl* 12 Growth and Poultry Meat Production* 13 Avian Coccidiosis* 14 Food Intake Regulation in Poultry* 15 Meat Quality in Poultry and Game Birds 16 Avian Immunology 17 Reproductive Biology of Poultry 18 Poultry Genetics and Breeding 19 Nutrient Requirements of Poultry and Nutritional Research* 20 Egg Quality – Current Problems and Recent Advances* 21 Recent Advances in Turkey Science 22 Avian Incubation 23 Bone Biology and Skeletal Disorders 24 Poultry Immunology* 25 Poultry Meat Science 26 Poultry Feedstuffs 27 Welfare of the Laying Hen 28 Avian Gut Function in Health and Disease 29 Biology of Breeding Poultry *Out of print Volumes 1–24 were not published by CAB International. Those still in print may be ordered from: Carfax Publishing Company PO Box 25, Abingdon, Oxfordshire OX14 3UE, UK
Category: Cooking

Nutrient Requirements Of Small Ruminants

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ISBN : 0309102138
Genre : Medical
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Updating two previous National Research Council publications, Nutrient Requirements of Sheep, Sixth Revised Edition, 1985, and Nutrient Requirements of Goats, First Edition, 1981, this new book provides an evaluation of the scientific literature on the nutrient requirements of small ruminants in all stages of life. In addition, effects of the environment, feed additives, and metabolism modifiers on nutrient requirements are addressed. Proper formulation of diets for small ruminants depends on adequate knowledge of their nutrient requirements. These requirements depend on the breed and age of the animal and whether he or she is exercising, pregnant, or lactating. Nutrient Requirements of Small Ruminants brings together a summary of this latest data with new and expanded information on the composition of feeds commonly consumed by small ruminants, both domestic and wild. For the first time this authoritative reference work includes information on cervids and camelids. Primarily intended for animal nutritionists, veterinarians, and other scientists, some sections will be useful to individual sheep and goat owners and managers and to those responsible for the care and management of wildlife species. As both a practical and a technical reference book, this material is written to ensure that diets of small ruminants contain adequate amounts of nutrients and that intakes of certain nutrients are not so excessive that they inhibit performance or impair health.
Category: Medical

Feed Management

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924063063188
Genre : Feeds
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Comparative Nutrition Of Man And Domestic Animals

Author : H Mitchell
ISBN : 9780323142984
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Comparative Nutrition of Man and Domestic Animals, Volume I discusses practical phases in the evaluation of the nutrient requirements of man and his domesticated animals and the factors that modify these quanta. This book also covers various nutrients' biochemical nature, functions, and participation in the energy transactions of the body. Organized into 11 chapters, the book initially discusses the principles of the basal metabolism and the activity increment and their role in evaluating maintenance requirement of human and animal for energy. The subsequent chapter focuses on the maintenance requirement of protein under stress and non-stress conditions. Other chapters discuss nutrient requirements for maintenance, such as water and minerals. The book also examines the nutrient requirements for muscle activities, growth, senescence, reproduction, and lactation. A discussion on the storage of nutritive material, such as water, protein, minerals, vitamins, and energy, is included. This volume is an invaluable source for organic chemists, biochemists, animal physiologists, zoologists, and nutritionists.
Category: Technology & Engineering

Nutrient Use Efficiency From Basics To Advances

Author : Amitava Rakshit
ISBN : 9788132221692
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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This book addresses in detail multifaceted approaches to boosting nutrient use efficiency (NUE) that are modified by plant interactions with environmental variables and combine physiological, microbial, biotechnological and agronomic aspects. Conveying an in-depth understanding of the topic will spark the development of new cultivars and strains to induce NUE, coupled with best management practices that will immensely benefit agricultural systems, safeguarding their soil, water, and air quality. Written by recognized experts in the field, the book is intended to provide students, scientists and policymakers with essential insights into holistic approaches to NUE, as well as an overview of some successful case studies. In the present understanding of agriculture, NUE represents a question of process optimization in response to the increasing fragility of our natural resources base and threats to food grain security across the globe. Further improving nutrient use efficiency is a prerequisite to reducing production costs, expanding crop acreage into non-competitive marginal lands with low nutrient resources, and preventing environmental contamination. The nutrients most commonly limiting plant growth are N, P, K, S and micronutrients like Fe, Zn, B and Mo. NUE depends on the ability to efficiently take up the nutrient from the soil, but also on transport, storage, mobilization, usage within the plant and the environment. A number of approaches can help us to understand NUE as a whole. One involves adopting best crop management practices that take into account root-induced rhizosphere processes, which play a pivotal role in controlling nutrient dynamics in the soil-plant-atmosphere continuum. New technologies, from basic tools like leaf color charts to sophisticated sensor-based systems and laser land leveling, can reduce the dependency on laboratory assistance and manual labor. Another approach concerns the development of crop plants through genetic manipulations that allow them to take up and assimilate nutrients more efficiently, as well as identifying processes of plant responses to nutrient deficiency stress and exploring natural genetic variation. Though only recently introduced, the ability of microbial inoculants to induce NUE is gaining in importance, as the loss, immobilization, release and availability of nutrients are mediated by soil microbial processes.
Category: Technology & Engineering