|| Symposium on Observations on the Practical Use of New Sources of Protein in Relation to Energy Supply for High Production of Milk and Meat, held in Geneva, 12-15 January, 1981.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:
|| Includes bibliographical references (pages 126-138).
|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Recent advances in the study of substance conversion in the stomachs of ruminants / N.V. Kurilov, et al. -- Recent advances in our understanding of the significance of rumen fermentation / S. Tamminga -- Recent advances in understanding protein-energy interrelationships in intermediary metabolism of ruminants / J.D. Oldham and G. Alderman -- L'Importance des relations proteines-energie dans la pratique de l'alimentation du betaillaitier / M. Journet -- The significance of protein/energy relationships in the practical feeding of dairy cattle / I. Kolar, A. Sommer, and B. Venel -- The significance of protein/energy relationships in the practical feeding of dairy cattle under subtropical conditions / I. Bruckental, S. Amir, and A. Halevi -- Significance of protein/energy relationships in the practical feeding of dairy cattle under the climatic conditions of Northern Europe / L. Syrj̈al̈a -- The significance of using special protein in early lactation / W. Kaufmann -- The optimum protein supply for young fattening bulls on a high-energy level / K. Rohr, R. Daenicke, and H.J. Oslage -- Present experimental results on protein : energy relationships in the feeding of dairy and beef cattle in Denmark / P.D. Møller.
|| Protein and Energy Supply for High Production of Milk and Meat covers the proceedings of a Symposium of the Committee on Agricultural Problems of the Economic Commission for Europe and the Food and Agriculture Organization. The book presents studies that are relevant in producing more milk and meat products. The text presents 10 papers that discuss the advances in understanding the significance of rumen fermentation; protein/energy relationships in the intermediary metabolism of ruminants; and protein/energy relationships in the practical feeding of dairy and fattening cattle. The book will be.
|| Includes 2 chapters in French.
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|| Print version record.