Recent advances in animal nutrition-- 1984 / [edited by] W. Haresign, D. Cole.
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|Subject:||Animal nutrition > Congresses.
Animaux > Alimentation > Congrès.
Aliments pour animaux > Congrès.
- ISBN: 9781483164359
- ISBN: 1483164357
- Physical Description: 1 online resource.
- Publisher: London : Butterworths, 1984.
|General Note:|| "Proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers"--Preface.
|Bibliography, etc. Note:|| Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Front Cover; Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition-1984; Copyright Page; PREFACE; Table of Conents; Part I: Poultry Nutrition ; Chapter 1. INFLUENCE OF DIET AND GENOTYPE ON CARCASS QUALITY IN POULTRY, AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR SELECTION; Introduction; Variation in body composition; Relationship between fat deposition and other parameters; Nutrition and fat deposition; Genetic aspects of fat deposition; Effects of genotype × nutrition interactions on fat deposition; Consequences for selection programmes; References; Chapter 2. MEAT QUALITY IN BROILERS, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO PIGMENTATION.
Pigmentation of broilersCarcass fatness; Flavour and taste; References; Part II: Pig Nutrition; Chapter 3. DIETS FOR EARLY WEANED PIGS; Introduction; Pre-weaning feeding; Environment; Post-weaning feeding; References; Chapter 4. LOCAL HYPERSENSITIVITY RESPONSE TO DIETARY ANTIGENS IN EARLY WEANED PIGS; Intestinal immune response; Immunological implications of weaning; Control of post-weaning diarrhoea; Conclusion; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 5. COMPARISON OF ARC AND NRC RECOMMENDED REQUIREMENTS FOR ENERGY AND PROTEIN IN GROWING PIGS; Introduction; History.
Similarities and differencesEnergy; Protein; Conclusions; References; Chapter 6. ILEAL DIGESTIBILITIES OF AMINO ACIDS IN PIG FEEDS AND THEIR USE IN FORMULATING DIETS; Introduction; Nitrogen and amino acid digestibilities in selected cereal grains; Nitrogen and amino acid digestibilities in high-protein feedstuffs; Use of ileal digestibilities in formulating diets; Future activities; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 7. MANIPULATION OF THE GUT ENVIRONMENT OF PIGS; Introduction; Normal gut function; Possible manipulations.
Effects of manipulation on bacterial activity and gastric abnormalitiesEffects of manipulation on nutritive value of diet and pig performance; References; Part III: Ruminant and Horse Nutrition; Chapter 8. MINERAL, TRACE ELEMENT AND VITAMIN ALLOWANCES FOR RUMINANT LIVESTOCK; Introduction; Reference; Calcium and phosphorus; Calcium (Ca) (ARC (1980), pp. 184-192); Phosphorus (P) (ARC (1980), pp. 192-201); Potassium (K) (ARC (1980), pp. 211-212); Chlorine (CI) (ARC (1980), pp. 213-216); Sodium (Na) (ARC (1980), pp. 213-216); Copper (Cu) (ARC (1980), pp. 221-233).
Iron (Fe) (ARC (1980), pp. 234-240)Iodine (I) (ARC (1980), pp. 251-256); Cobalt (Co) and vitamin B12 (ARC (1980), pp. 240-243); Selenium (Se) and vitamin E (ARC (1980), pp. 243-251); Zinc (Zn) (ARC (1980), pp. 256-263); Manganese (Mn) (ARC (1980), pp. 263-265); Vitamin A and (3-carotene (ARC (1980), pp. 269-278); Vitamin D (ARC (1980), pp. 278-288); Essential fatty acids (ARC (1980), pp. 289-290); Vitamin B complex (ARC (1980), pp. 291-293); Water (ARC (1980), pp. 295-306); Appendix: Examples of dietary allowances of Ca, P and Mg; Chapter 9. MANIPULATION OF RUMEN FERMENTATION.
|Summary:|| Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition-1984 documents the proceedings of the Eighteenth Annual Nutrition Conference for Feed Manufacturers. It covers a wide range of topics pertaining to the nutrition of farm livestock. The volume is organized into four parts. Part I on poultry nutrition contains papers relating to carcass quality in broilers. These deal with the influence of diet and genotype, and various aspects of meat quality. Part II on pig nutrition includes studies on the nutrition of early weaned pigs; differences in the recommendations of the Agricultural Research Council (UK) and the N.
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