4 edition of Energy metabolism of farm animals found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by K.J. McCracken, E.F. Unsworth, and A.R.G. Wylie.|
|Contributions||McCracken, K. J., Unsworth E. F., Wylie, A. R. G.|
|LC Classifications||SF94.6 .S95 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 462 p. :|
|Number of Pages||462|
|LC Control Number||98182765|
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Energy metabolism and imbalances in metabolic processes can induce various diseases in animals. Energy metabolism is the process of ATP production. In tumor cells, energy metabolism processes, including the pentose phosphate pathway and the malate aspartate shuttle, are accelerated remarkably (1), whereas, ATP production through glycolysis Cited by: 1. About this book. This book presents specially commissioned reviews of key topics in farm animal metabolism and nutrition, such as repartitioning agents, near infrared reflectance spectroscopy and digestibility and metabolisable energy assays, where major advances have recently been made or which continue to represent issues of significance for students and .
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The Proceedings of the 14th Symposium on Energy Metabolism of Farm Animals, held in Northern Ireland in Septembercomprises 85 original contributions by leading scientists from over 20 countries around the world.
In keeping with previous Symposia in the series, held under the auspices of Pages: Read "Energy Metabolism in Farm Animals Effects of housing, stress and disease" by available from Rakuten Kobo.
Animal production systems have changed dramatically over the last two decades. Knowledge of energy metabolism and enviro Brand: Springer Netherlands. Knowledge of energy metabolism and environmental physio logy has increased as appears from many textbooks on these disciplines.
The contents of the symposia on energy metabolism of farm animals show this and they have initially focussed on feed evaluation and later on com parative aspects of energy metabolism.
Energy plays a major part in enabling a farm animal to produce the desired products. A considerable part of the total feed is needed for its maintenance.
Utilization of feed energy involves energy Cited by: This book constitutes a good source of knowledge for those who like to be up to date with the newest trends and findings in energy and protein metabolism in farm animals. Keywords: energy metabolism, protein metabolism, animal metabolism, farm animals.
The complexity of energy metabolism and its associated disorders are likewise described. This publication is a good source for veterinarians and livestock farmers concerned with metabolic diseases in farm animals.
Carbohydrate metabolism In farm animals, dietary carbohydrates provide well over one-half of the energy needs for maintenance, growth, and produc-tion. Glucose is a primary energy source for certain animal tissues and a precursor for lactose synthesis in the mammary gland.
Consequently, understanding carbohydrate digestion andFile Size: KB. This book presents specially commissioned reviews of key topics in farm animal metabolism and nutrition, where major advances have recently been made or which continue to represent issues of significance for students and researchers.* Advanced level textbook, no other advanced text in this area with such broad scope* First class contributors, including leading researchers from.
This book addresses key issues of how energy and protein are utilized and interact in farm animals from the molecular to the whole animal and even to the herd or group level of organization.
It contains state-of-the-art research and reviews on several topics of nutrient utilization and metabolism from top scientists worldwide.
Energy metabolism of farm animals; proceedings of the 4th symposium held at Warsaw, Poland, September Therefore, it is important to better understand the regulation of energy metabolism in the neonate to avoid impaired development and to reduce animal losses.
This review focuses on energy metabolism, especially glucose availability, during the early neonatal period in farm animals, and especially highlights new findings in neonatal by: The complexity of energy metabolism and its associated disorders are likewise described.
This publication is a good source for veterinarians and livestock farmers concerned with metabolic diseases in farm Edition: 1. Energy metabolism of farm animals; proceedings of the 6th symposium held at Hohenheim, B.R.D., September Energy metabolism of growing pigs Harriet Karimi Kinyamu Iowa State University reduced form at the back of the book.
Evaluation of Energy Expenditure In Farm Animals 1 Energy Evaluation of Feedstuffs 7 Fiber Utilization by the Pig 23 REFERENCES The book also covers the comparative aspects of energy metabolism; use of energy in production and lactation; and metabolic responses in the growing animal. The monograph is recommended for those who plan to study about energy metabolism of farm animals and its relationship with certain biological processes.
Abstract. Much research on carbohydrate and lipid metabolism in farm animals conducted over the second half of the 20th century has focused primarily on increasing the production efficiency and improving the quality and acceptability of animal-derived by: Product Information.
This book describes current research in modelling nutrient use in farm animals, from cellular to ecosystem level. The chapters are developed from papers presented at a satellite meeting of the ninth International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology, held in South Africa in October Pris: kr.
inbunden, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp boken Energy Metabolism of Farm Animals (ISBN ) hos Adlibris. Fri frakt. Alltid bra priser och snabb leverans. | AdlibrisPages: The Proceedings of the 14th Symposium on Energy Metabolism of Farm Animals, held in Northern Ireland in September comprises 85 original contributions by leading scientists from over 20 countries around the world.
In keeping with previous Symposia in the series, held under the auspices of the European Association for Animal Production, this book contains. Energy Metabolism Why Animals Need Energy: The Second Law of Thermodynamics Fundamentals of Animal Energetics The forms of energy vary in their capacity for physiological work Transformations of high-grade energy are always inefficient Animals use energy to perform three major functions File Size: 1MB.
acetic activity air temperature air velocity amino acids animals basal metabolism birds Blaxter body temperature body weight calculated calorimeter carbohydrate carbon dioxide coat component considerable constant consumed critical temperature determined diet effect efficiency of utilisation energy change energy cost energy retention enthalpy of.This book presents specially commissioned reviews of key topics in farm animal metabolism and nutrition, where major advances have recently been made or which continue to represent issues of significance for students and researchers.
The contributors include leading researchers from Europe, North America, South Africa and Australia.Animal production systems have changed dramatically over the last two decades. Knowledge of energy metabolism and environmental physio- logy has increased as appears from many textbooks on these disciplines.
The contents of the symposia on energy metabolism of farm animals show this and they have initially focussed on feed evaluation and later on com- .