Energy and protein metabolism and nutrition in sustainable animal production

4th International Symposium on Energy and Protein Metabolism and Nutrition Sacramento, California, USA 9-12 September 2013

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ISBN: 978-90-8686-781-3 (Online)

Table of contents (195 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages 1-23

  2. Keynotes

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      Feeding the planet: key challenges

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      Role of animal products in feeding the planet

  3. Energy and protein interactions, ruminants

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      Challenges in ruminant nutrition: towards minimal nitrogen losses in cattle

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      Small intestinal fermentation contributes substantially to starch disappearance in milk-fed calves

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      Nutrient digestion by dairy cows fed diets replacing starch with non- forage fiber

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      Effect of different dietary levels of Quebracho tannin extract on nitrogen and fiber digestibility and post-ruminal microbial protein flow in heifers

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      Effect of fescue toxicosis on nitrogen and energy balance in Holstein steers

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      Performance, efficiency and estimated maintenance energy requirements of Bos taurus and Bos indicus cattle

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      Energy for maintaining liveweight: an indicator of adaptive abilities of beef cows?

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      Response to high altitude grazing in metabolic traits and performance by yak crossbreds and yaks

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      Estimates of nutritional requirement of sheep, goats and cattle in tropical and warm countries: a meta-analysis study

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      Net energy and protein requirements for growth of goats kids

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      Low protein solid feed enhances nitrogen utilization by urea-N recycling in veal calves

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      Effect of replacing feed grains by food by-product on energy metabolism of lactating cows

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      Source of carbohydrate and protein in the diet of recently weaned dairy calves

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      Substituting barley by sorghum enhances efficiency of starch and protein utilization in lambs

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      Influence of different grassland vegetation types on ruminal protozoa and ammonia in beef cattle

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      Nutritional evaluation of bulls receiving supplements with different protein: carbohydrate ratios

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      Pages 91-92

      Energy value of Tifton-85 (Cynodon spp.) for Gir and F1 Holstein × Gir dairy heifers using the respirometric technique

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      Pages 93-94

      Substitution of corn by mesquite pod meal in pellet diets for lambs: nitrogen compounds metabolism

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