Nutrient Digestion and Utilization in Farm Animals Vol II by Vinra Publication
Encyclopaedia of Ruminant Physiology: Digestion, Metabolism and Impact of Nutrition on Gene Expression, Immunology and Stress covers study of ruminant physiology, digestion, metabolism and impact of nutrition on gene expression, immunology and stress. The process by which food is broken down into simple chemical compounds that can be absorbed and used as nutrients or eliminated by the body. In most animals, nutrients are obtained from food by the action of digestive enzymes is called nutrient digestion.
First chapter examines the sensitivity of two metabolic models of dairy cattle digestion and metabolism to changes in nutrient content of diets. The objectives of the second chapter is to describes the application of meta-analytic methods to animal nutrition studies, including the development and validation of literature derived databases, and the quantitative statistical techniques used to extract the quantitative information. Third chapter explains that phenylalanine flux and gastric emptying are not affected by replacement of casein with whey protein in the diet of adult cats consuming frequent small meals. Metabolism flexibility in complex organisms through quantitative study of precursor sets for system outputs is discussed in the fourth chapter.
Fifth chapter presents the considerations on the use of exogenous fibrolytic enzymes to improve forage utilization. Sixth chapter deals with the effect of unsaturated fatty acid supplementation on digestion, metabolism and nutrient balance in dairy cows during the transition period and early lactation. Seventh chapter indicates that supplementation with palm oil in weeks 4 to 12 postpartum spared postpartum body weight loss, increased milk yield and milk fat content, and had positive effects on rumen characteristics and the last chapter addresses in vitro digestion and fermentation methods, including gas production techniques, as applied to nutritive evaluation of foods in the hindgut of humans and other simple-stomached animals.
Audience of the Book :
This book Useful for Food And Nutritions Student.
Table of Content:
1. Sensitivity of Two Metabolic Models of Dairy Cattle Digestion and Metabolism to Changes in Nutrient Content of Diets
2. Meta-Analyses of Experimental Data in the Animal Sciences
3. Phenylalanine Flux and Gastric Emptying are Not Affected by Replacement of Casein with Whey Protein in the Diet of Adult Cats Consuming Frequent Small Meals
4. Exploring Metabolism Flexibility in Complex Organisms Through Quantitative Study of Precursor Sets for System Outputs
5. Considerations on the use of Exogenous Fibrolytic Enzymes to Improve Forage Utilization
6. Effect of Unsaturated Fatty Acid Supplementation on Digestion, Metabolism and Nutrient Balance in Dairy Cows During the Transition Period and Early Lactation
7. Milk Yield and Composition, Body Condition, Rumen Characteristics, and Blood Metabolites of Dairy Cows Fed Diet Supplemented with Palm Oil.
8. In Vitro Digestion and Fermentation Methods, Including Gas Production Techniques, as Applied to Nutritive Evaluation of Foods in the Hindgut of Humans and Other Simple-Stomached Animals
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