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

  • Editors
  • James W. Oltjen
  • Ermias Kebreab
  • Hélène Lapierre
Book

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages 1-23
  2. Keynotes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 25-25
    2. M. Herrero
      Pages 27-34
    3. J. E. Hermansen, M. T. Knudsen, T. Kristensen
      Pages 35-44
  3. Energy and protein interactions, ruminants

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 45-45
    2. J. Dijkstra, C. K. Reynolds, E. Kebreab, A. Bannink, J. L. Ellis, J. France et al.
      Pages 47-58
    3. M. S. Gilbert, A. J. Pantophlet, J. J. G. C. van den Borne, H. A. Schols, W. J. J. Gerrits
      Pages 59-60
    4. S. D. Ranathunga, M. M. Abdelqader, K. F. Kalscheur
      Pages 61-63
    5. A. F. Koontz, D. H. Kim, A. P. Foote, L. P. Bush, J. L. Klotz, K. R. McLeod et al.
      Pages 67-68
    6. R. D. Sainz, G. D. Cruz, E. Mendes, C. U. Magnabosco, Y. B. Farjalla, F. R. C. Araujo et al.
      Pages 69-70
    7. A. De La Torre, F. Blanc, E. Recoules, D. Egal, J. Agabriel
      Pages 71-72
    8. S. Barsila, N. R. Devkota, M. Kreuzer, S. Marquardt
      Pages 73-74
    9. I. A. M. A. Teixeira, N. St-Pierre, A. Cannas, A. P. Souza, M. H. R. Fernandes, K. T. Resende
      Pages 77-78
    10. H. Berends, J. J. G. C. van den Borne, B. A. Røjen, J. van Baal, W. J. J. Gerrits
      Pages 79-80
    11. K. Higuchi, F. Ohtani, Y. Kobayashi, I. Nonaka, K. Yayou, M. Sutoh et al.
      Pages 81-82
    12. T. M. Hill, J. D. Quigley, H. G. Bateman II, J. M. Aldrich, R. L. Schlotterbeck
      Pages 83-84
    13. M. Yahaghi, J. B. Liang, J. Balcells, R. Valizadeh, M. F. Jahromi
      Pages 85-86
    14. I. D. M. Gangnat, J. O. Zeitz, D. Warner, M. Kreuzer, F. Leiber
      Pages 87-88

About this book

Introduction

As world population increases, demand for food and particularly animal products is expected to grow substantially. Because of limited area for expansion of animal agriculture and growing consumer concern for the environmental impact of animal production, gains in animal efficiency will have to be part of the solution. This book addresses key issues of how energy and protein are utilized and interact in farm animals from the molecular to the whole animal and even to the herd or group level of organization. It contains state-of-the-art research and reviews on several topics of nutrient utilization and metabolism from top scientists worldwide. Key issues addressed include energy/protein interactions, methodology such as in vitro and in vivo techniques, regulation including pre-natal programming and endocrine regulation, modeling and systems biology (including a tribute to the late Professor R. Lee Baldwin of the University of California, Davis, a leader in the field), products and health of animals, tissue metabolism, and environmental sustainability in agriculture. This book is a valuable resource for researchers, students, policy makers, producers and industry professionals believing that a better understanding of metabolism and nutrition of farm animals is part of the solution.

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.3920/978-90-8686-781-3
  • Copyright Information Wageningen Academic Publishers 2013
  • Publisher Name Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen
  • eBook Packages Biomedical and Life Sciences
  • Online ISBN 978-90-8686-781-3
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