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Nutritional factors and enzymological disturbances in animals

C. H. Gallagher

Nutritional factors and enzymological disturbances in animals

by C. H. Gallagher

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Published by Lippincott in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Enzymes,
  • Animal nutrition,
  • Malnutrition

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 128-149.

    Statement[by] C.H. Gallagher.
    SeriesInternational monographs: Aspects of animal and human nutrition
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP601 .G33
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 181 p.
    Number of Pages181
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5929636M
    LC Control Number64054959

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Nutritional factors and enzymological disturbances in animals. Philadelphia, Lippincott [] (OCoLC) Online version: Gallagher, C.H. (Clifford Harold).

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Nutritional factors and enzymological disturbances in animals. [Clifford Harold Gallagher]. This book will be useful to agricultural scientists, journalists, professionals that deal with human nutrition, and human nutritionists and dietitians.

Show less. Animal Products in Human Nutrition evaluates the contributions of food derived from animals to a balanced diet. The individual chapters in this book are organized into two major sections. Thus, nutrition is a foundational subject in livestock, poultry and fish production, as well as the rearing and health of companion animals.

This book entitled Principles of Animal Nutrition consists of 13 chapters. Recent advances in biochemistry, physiology and anatomy provide the foundation to understand how nutrients are utilized by Cited by: Some metabolic disturbances in dogs and cats are produced by hereditary defects, but many other conditions of this nature are brought about by a deficiency or unbalance of the nutritional factors required by the animal for maintenance, growth, reproduction, and physical activity.

Sometimes nutritional deficiencies are secondary. (Chapter 10) in animals, as well as interactions among nutrients (Chapters 5 through 10). To integrate the basic knowledge of nutrition with practical animal feeding, the monograph continues with a discussion on nutritional requirements of animals for maintenance and production (Chapter 11), as well as the regulation of food intake by animals.

FACTORS AFFECTING MAINTENANCE NUTRITION, FEED UTILIZATION, AND HEALTH OF FARM ANIMALS by Louis L. Madsen ^ I H t first need of an animal is for sufficient food to maintain its body in good health. Then additional food must be given for production, whether the production is in the form of work or of some product such as meat or milk.

• the contribution of animal products to human nutrition – including effects on health and the environment The Appendix provides comprehensive tables on the composition of foods and the latest feeding standards for dairy and beef cattle, sheep, pigs and poultry, and horses.

AnimAl nutrition P. McDonald R. Edwards J. Greenhalgh. The anti-nutritional factors may be classified on the basis of their effects on the nutritional value of feedstuffs, and on the biological response to them in the animal.

Huisman & Tolman3 divided the anti-nutritional factors into groups: i. Factors with a depressive effect on protein digestion and on the. It is known that nutrition is one of the main factors driving the functioning efficacy, efficiency and evolution of livestock system. The main challenges nowadays in ruminant production are to reduce feeding cost, improve products quality.

The use of unconventional feedstuffs or browse and shrubs may contribute to decrease feeding cost and environmental impact. The nutritional requirements of most animals are relatively extensive and complex compared with the simple requirements of plants. The nutrients used by animals include carbohydrates, lipids, nucleic acids, proteins, minerals, and vitamins.

Removing #book# from your Reading List will also remove any bookmarked pages associated with this title. This book discusses metabolic disorders associated with water, calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorus. The parturient paresis, which causes considerable metabolic stress and disrupts the daily pattern of feeding and digestion of dairy cows.

The Biology of the Trace Elements. Their Bole in Karl H. Schutte,Ph.D. Published by Crosby Lockwood and Son Ltd. London. Price: 40/. Animal producers should assimilate and understand much information about animal nutrition to raise healthy and productive animals.

published Book 1. Role of diverse. Nutrition is an important part of disease management, even though few disorders can be cured solely with diet. The interaction between illness, health, and nutritional status is multifactorial and complex. Food is made up of three main macronutrients, carbohydrates, protein and lipids.

All animals, including both livestock and humans, need the correct amount of each to be healthy. Zoo Animal Nutrition I Zoo Animal Nutrition I () was edited by J.

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Part of the Biology of Growing Animals series, this book presents up-to-date information on the biology of animal nutrition. It describes how dietary modulation of the gastrointestinal function in young and growing farm animals is achieved through different kinds of feed additives, such as probiotics, prebiotics, organic acids, and novel sources of feed enzymes, as well as bioactive components.

Nutrition is defined as the process of providing and obtaining the food necessary for the health and growth of animals. Food nutrients are utilized as the main energy source by an animal via various processes, including digestion and absorption in the digestive tract, blood transport, and metabolism in the cells.

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This book explores the importance of good nutrition in ensuring an adequate standard of welfare for farm animals. It is often not realized that farm animals can suffer when they are fed unsuitable diets, which may be because these diets are more economic or the farmer does not know how to rectify poor nutrition.The field of zoo and exotic animal nutrition continues to make advances that result in better diets.

Exotic animal nutritionists in zoos and in the feed industry are studying problems and generating information on proper nutritional management for many species.The richest sources of heme iron are lean meat and seafood. Heme iron is the form of iron found in meat, poultry, and seafood – and is more easily absorbed in the body ().Sources of non-heme iron include nuts, beans, and vegetables (especially spinach) ().One serving of fortified breakfast cereals contain about 18 milligrams of iron, which meets % of the daily requirement.