Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals

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J. P. McNamara, J. France, D. E. Beever
CABI, 2000 - 418 páginas
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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 9th International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology, held in South Africa in October 1999.Excellent papers from a top list of contributorsEditors of great reputationCovers the current topics of interest
 

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Models to Interpret Degradation Profiles Obtained from In Vitro
6
The Role of Thermodynamics in Controlling Rumen Metabolism
11
Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Growing Cattle Subjected
18
Modelling Lipid Metabolism in the Rumen
25
The Conversion of a Scientific Model Describing Dairy
28
R A Dynes CSIRO Animal Production Private Mail Bag PO Wembley
37
Simple Allometric Models to Predict Rumen Feed Passage Rate
49
Ruminal Metabolism of Buffersoluble Proteins Peptides
63
A Simple Nutrientbased Production Model for the Growing Pig
183
Secondgeneration Dynamic Cattle Growth and Composition
197
Modelling Interactions Between Cow Milk Yield and Growth
211
A Mechanistic Dynamic Model of Beef Cattle Growth
227
University of Cape Town Rondebosch 7701 South Africa
241
An Integrated Cattle and Crop Production Model to Develop
253
S Schoeman Department of Animal Science University of Stellenbosch
263
Using the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System Model
281

France Department of Agriculture University of Reading Earley Gate
73
Modelling Production and Portal Appearance of Volatile Fatty
87
Modelling Energy Expenditure in Pigs
103
Vlieg Applied Management and Computing Division PO Box 84 Lincoln
115
B Robson and M Vlieg
118
B Bequette Rowett Research Institute Greenburn Road Bucksburn
127
Effects of Incomplete
145
Evaluation of a Growth Model of Preruminant Calves
163
E Hasting Department of Animal Science University of California Davis
175
A Rodent Model of Protein Turnover to Determine Protein
303
Modelling Relationships Between Homoeorhetic and Homoeostatic
317
Linear Models of Nitrogen Utilization in Dairy Cows
347
T K Soboleva Ag Research Ruakura Research Centre Hamilton New Zealand
353
Dairy Project
361
The Utilization of Prediction Models to Optimize Farm Animal
379
A Pig Model for Feed Evaluation
393
Index
409
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