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Energy metabolism of farm animals

Energy metabolism of farm animals

proceedings of the 10th symposium held at Airlie, Virginia, September 1985

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Published by Rowman & Littlefield in Totowa, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Veterinary physiology -- Congresses.,
  • Energy metabolism -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by P.W. Moe, H.F. Tyrrell, and P.J. Reynolds.
    SeriesEAAP publication ;, no. 32
    ContributionsMoe, P. W., Tyrrell, H. F., Reynolds, P. J., European Association for Animal Production., Symposium on Energy Metabolism (10th : 1985 : Airlie, Va.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF1 .E8 no. 32, SF768 .E8 no. 32
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 381 p. :
    Number of Pages381
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2724190M
    ISBN 100847675319
    LC Control Number86017841

      "Traer Scott's Radiant presents portraits of farm animals-from chickens and cows to pigs and goats and beyond-that live up to its title." - Mental Floss "Photographer Traer Scott's Radiant: Farm Animals Up Close and Personal is a remarkably soulful book of portraits of the beasts we normally take for granted — or try not to look at too : Princeton Architectural Press. • the digestion and metabolism of nutrients – how animals obtain and utilise nutrients from foods Energy metabolism Protein synthesis Contents vi. Fat synthesis this book from mainly outcomes and the effects of nutrition on the whole animal in,, Animal,,,,. The File Size: 2MB.

      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 .

    is a misnomer (not an actual total of the digestible nutrients in feed), does not include digestible mineral matter, digestible fat is multiplied by a factor of , feeds high in fat could have TDN values exceeding %, is based upon chemical determinations and not related to actual metabolism of the animal, expressed as a % or in weight whereas energy is expressed in . based on book-keeping data, the energy conversion factors of feed were measured. The energy output-input ratio of the case-farm was in and in Energy input of milk was and per MJ kg-1, respectively. Our study indicated that the case farm energy consumption is generally higher than that of comparable European dairy Size: KB.


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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- .