sábado, 4 de abril de 2009

Modelamiento en la Utilización de Nutrientes en Animales de Granja

Publicado por Maverick Panditas


Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals
Autor: J. P. McNamara, J. France, D. E. Beever
Idioma: Inglés
Número de páginas: 418
Materia: Veterinaria
Año: 2000
Formato: PDF
ISBN: 0851994490

Este libro describe la investigación actual en el modelamiento del uso de nutrientes en animales de granja, desde el nivel celular hasta el ecosistémico. Los capítulos están desarrollado de artículos presentados en el congreso satélite del Noveno Simposio Internacional sobre Fisiología Ruminal realizado en Sudáfrica en Octubre de 1999.

CONTENIDO:

Introduction: History and Future of Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals

SESSION 1: RUMINAL METABOLISM
1 The Role of Thermodynamics in Controlling Rumen Metabolism
2 Modelling Lipid Metabolism in the Rumen
3 Towards a More Accurate Representation of Fermentation in Mathematical Models of the Rumen
4 Simple Allometric Models to Predict Rumen Feed Passage Rate in Domestic Ruminants
5 Ruminal Metabolism of Buffer-soluble Proteins, Peptides and Amino Acids

SESSION 2: ABSORPTION AND METABOLISM
6 Models to Interpret Degradation Profiles Obtained from and Incubation of Ruminant Feeds
7 Modelling Production and Portal Appearance of Volatile Fatty Acids in Dairy Cows
8 Modelling Energy Expenditure in Pigs
9 Aspects of Modelling Kidney Dynamics
10 Evaluation of a Representation of the Limiting Amino Acid Theory for Milk Protein Synthesis
11 Multiple-entry Urea Kinetic Model: Effects of Incomplete Data Collection

SESSION 3: GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
12 Evaluation of a Growth Model of Preruminant Calves and Modifications to Simulate Short-term Responses to Changes in Protein Intake
13 Simulation of the Development of Adipose Tissue in Beef Cattle
14 A Simple Nutrient-based Production Model for the Growing Pig
15 Second-generation Dynamic Cattle Growth and Composition Models
16 Modelling Interactions Between Cow Milk Yield and Growth of its Suckling Calf
17 A Mechanistic Dynamic Model of Beef Cattle Growth

SESSION 4: RUMINANT PRODUCTION IN VARIOUS SITUATIONS
18 Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Growing Cattle Subjected to Short or Long Periods of Moderate to Severe Undernutrition
19 An Integrated Cattle and Crop Production Model to Develop Whole-farm Nutrient Management Plans
20 Modelling Nutrient Utilization by Livestock Grazing Semiarid Rangeland
21 Using the Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System Model to Evaluate the Effects of Variation in Maize Silage Quality on a Dairy Farm

SESSION 5: NUTRIENT METABOLISM
22 Challenge and Improvement of a Model of Post-absorptive Metabolism in Dairy Cattle
23 A Rodent Model of Protein Turnover to Determine Protein Synthesis, Amino Acid Channelling and Recycling Rates in Tissues
24 Modelling Relationships Between Homoeorhetic and Homoeostatic Control of Metabolism: Application to Growing Pigs
25 Model for the Interpretation of the Energy Metabolism in Farm Animals
26 Linear Models of Nitrogen Utilization in Dairy Cows
27 Isotope Dilution Models for Partitioning Amino Acid Uptake by the Liver, Mammary Gland and Hindlimb Tissues of Ruminants

SESSION 6: PRODUCTION AND EVALUATION MODELS
28 The Conversion of a Scientific Model Describing Dairy Cow Nutrition and Production to an Industry Tool: the CPM Dairy Project
29 The Utilization of Prediction Models to Optimize Farm Animal Production Systems: the Case of a Growing Pig Model
30 A Pig Model for Feed Evaluation


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Anónimo dijo...

Buenas aportaciones al gremio de investigación en ciencia animal de México.

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