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Trace Elements in Animal Production Systems

  • Trace Elements in Animal Production Systems

Trace Elements in Animal Production Systems

Edited by P. Schlegel, S. Durosoy and A.W. Jongbloed

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Author(s): Edited by P. Schlegel, S. Durosoy and A.W. Jongbloed

About The Book

This book contains the peer-reviewed papers of the first International Symposium on Trace Elements in Animal Production Systems, It is a valuable resource for researchers and professionals in the life sciences of animal nutrition, soil and water quality, for actors in the feed industry and policy making.

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Author Edited by P. Schlegel, S. Durosoy and A.W. Jongbloed
Availability In Print
Dimensions Unknown (W x H x D)
Extent 352pp
ISBN 9789086860616
Publication date 2008
Book Type Hardcover

Contents

Preface - P. Schlegel, S. Durosoy and A.W. Jongbloed

Introduction - G. Chazot

Scientific committee

Environment

  • Worldwide growth of animal production and environmental consequences - P.J. Gerber and H. Steinfeld
  • Assessment and reduction of heavy metal input into agro-ecosystems - H. Eckel, U. Roth, H. D”hler and U. Schultheiá
  • Copper and zinc accumulation in sandy soils and constructed wetlands receiving pig manure effluent applications - J.M. Novak, A.A. Szogi and D.W. Watts
  • Livestock manure management and treatment: implications for heavy metal inputs to agricultural soils - F.A. Nicholson and B.J. Chambers
  • Consideration of heavy metals in manure recycling strategies in South East Asia in the nutrient flux model NuFlux = H. Menzi
  • Impact of aquaculture on aquatic environment: trace minerals discharge - S.P. Lall and J.E. Milley
  • Farm-scale nutrient and trace element dynamics in dairy farming - I. ™born, H. Bengtsson, G.M Gustafson, J. Holmqvist, A.-K. Modin-Edman, S.I. Nilsson, E. Salomon, H. Sverdrup and S. Jonsson
  • Trace elements in poultry litter: prevalence and risks - J.B.J. van Ryssen
  • Copper and zinc in feed (additives): an essential burden? - P.F.A.M. R”mkens, S.W. Moolenaar, J.E. Groenenberg, L.T.C. Bonten and W. de Vries

Nutrition

  • Improvement of balance of trace elements in pig farming systems - J.Y. Dourmad and C. Jondreville
  • Reduction in trace element excretion in swine and poultry in the United States - G.M. Hill
  • Zinc and copper for piglets ? how do high dietary levels of these minerals function? - H.D. Poulsen and D. Carlson
  • Bioavailability criteria for trace minerals in monogastrics and ruminants - J.W. Spears and S.L. Hansen
  • Bioavailability of trace minerals sources in swine - K. M„nner
  • Limitations and possibilities for progress in defining trace mineral requirements of livestock - W. Windisch and T. Ettle
  • Trace mineral requirements of fish and crustaceans - S.P. Lall and J.E. Milley

Trace element status and immunity

  • Prions and trace elements- D.R. Brown

Short communications

  • Chemical identity of crystalline trace mineral glycinates for animal nutrition - S. Oguey, A. Neels and H. Stoeckli-Evans
  • The use of the protein hydrolysation degree as analytical possibility to differentiate trace element chelates of amino acids - N. Helle and D. Kampf
  • First insight of copper and zinc speciation in pig slurry: sequential extraction and size fractionation studies - S. Legros, E. Doelsch, A. Masion, H. Saint-Macary and J.Y. Bottero
  • First insights of copper and zinc speciation within a pig slurry: an X-ray absorption spectroscopy study - E. Doelsch, S. Legros, J. Rose, A. Masion, O. Proux, J.-L. Hazemann, H. Saint Macary and J.Y. Bottero
  • Macro and micronutrients in anaerobically digested pig slurry: recovery of Ca and Mg phosphates and nutrient fate in soil - C.E. Marcato, E. Pinelli, P. Pouech, A. Alric and M. Guiresse
  • Egg quality and layer performance as affected by different sources of zinc - H. Aliarabi, A. Ahmadi, S.A. Hosseini Siyar, M.M. Tabatabaie, A.A. Saki and A. Khatibjo
  • Effects of the interaction between organic Zn and Mn on performance, mineral retention and immune response in young broiler chickens- G.S. Sunder, V.K. Chalasani, A.K. Panda, M.V.L.N. Raju, S.V. Rama Rao and A. Arun Kumar
  • Efficacy of three organic selenium sources for growing-finishing pigs - Y.D. Jang, H.B. Choi, S. Durosoy, P. Schlegel, B.R. Choi and Y.Y. Kim
  • Iron status of weaned piglets fed either dietary iron sulfate or iron glycinate- P. Schlegel, S. Durosoy and M. Dupas
  • Influence of source and level of supplemented copper and zinc on the trace element content of pig carcasses - A. Berk, M. Spolders, G. Flachowsky and J. Fleckenstein
  • Effects of dietary inclusions of natural extracts on the mineral (Fe, Cu, Zn) status of weaned piglets - R.D. Criste, A. Untea, D. Torrallardona, N. Andres and I. Taranu
  • Bioavailability of copper from copper glycinate in steers fed high dietary sulfur and molybdenum - S.L. Hansen, P. Schlegel, K.E. Lloyd and J.W. Spears
  • Influence of level and source of copper supplementation on immune response in growing Nellore lambs - P. Senthilkumar, D. Nagalakshmi, Y.R. Reddy, H.V.L.N. Swami and K. Sudhakar
  • The effect of dietary molybdenum or iron on copper status and ceruloplasmin expression in sheep - A.M. Mackenzie, C.L. Williams, S.G. Edwards and R.G. Wilkinson
  • Quantification of the effects of copper, molybdenum and sulfur on the copper status of cattle A.W. Jongbloed and J. Kogut
  • Effect of chelated vs inorganic zinc on vitamin A utilization in calves - H. Aliarabi, A. Chhabra and S.A. Hosseini Siyar
  • Effects of level and form of dietary zinc on dairy cow performance and health - C.M. Atkin, A.M. Mackenzie, D. Wilde and L.A. Sinclair
  • Effect of manganese on reproductive performance of beef cows and heifers- S.L. Hansen and J.W. Spears
  • Injectable trace elements increase reproduction efficiency in dairy cows - K. Mitchell, W.A. Smith, A. Storch, N. Michael and J. Els
  • Effect of organic or inorganic selenium and zinc supplementation of ewes on ewe and lamb performance and mineral status - R.G. Wilkinson, A.M. Mackenzie, S.E. Pattinson and D. Wilde
  • Selenium metabolism in lambs supplied with different selenium sources and levels - F.A. Paiva, M.A. Zanetti, F.R. Martins, L.B. Correa, G.R. Del Claro and A. Saran-Netto
  • Distribution of total selenium and selenized amino acids within the edible tissues of beef cattle fed graded additions of selenized yeast - D.T. Juniper, R.H. Phipps and G. Bertin
  • Iodine and selenium antagonism in ruminant nutrition - L. Pavlata, S. Slosarkova, P. Fleischer, A. Pechova and L. Misurova
  • Fluorine availability from rock phosphate in sheep - M.A. Zanetti, F.O. Miller, J.A. Cunha, L.H.O. Silva and H.C. Humberto
  • Feed supplementation of selenium enhance growth and disease resistance of Indian ornamental fish ?dwarf gourami? Colisa lalia - N. Felix

Concluding words

  • Summary and conclusions - A.W. Jongbloed

List of authors

Keyword index

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