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Nutritional Strategies of Animal Feed Additives
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Editors: Abdel Fattah Z.M. Salem (Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México, México, and Fac. Agric. Alex. Univ. Egypt)
Book Description:
Quality of feed nutrition is influenced not only by the content but also by some other aspects such as, feed presentation, hygiene, anti-nutritional factors, digestibility and palatability. Feed additives provide a mechanism by which such dietary deficiencies can be addressed and also benefits not only associated with the nutrition and thus the growth rate of the animal concerned, but also its health and welfare. Feed additives could modify animal metabolism in specific and direct ways by improving production efficiency (weight gain or milk yield); improving carcass composition in growing animals; increasing milk yield in lactating animals; and decreasing animal waste per production unit. This book discusses the impacts of feed additives on animal metabolism, health and production. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-vi

Chapter 1. Anaerobic Enzymes as a New Technology in Animal Feed
(H. Gado and A.Z.M. Salem) pp. 1-24

Chapter 2. Antibiotics in Animal Nutrition
(H. Bernal-Barragán, M.A. Cerrillo-Soto, J.F. García-Mazcorro, A.S. Juárez-Reyes and A.Z.M. Salem) pp. 25-46

Chapter 3. Asparagous Racemesus as Natural Feed Additive Application for Ruminants and Non-Ruminants Healthy Products
(L.M.Camacho-Díaz, F. Mirzaei, M. Cipriano-Salazar and A.Z.M. Salem) pp. 47-58

Chapter 4. Tropical Tree Foliage and Shrubs as Feed Additives in Ruminant Rations
(J.C. Ku-Vera, A.J. Ayala-Burgos, F.J. Solorio-Sánchez, E.G. Briceño-Poot, A. Ruiz-González, A.T. Piñeiro-Vázquez, M. Barros-Rodríguez, A. Soto-Aguilar, J.C. Espinoza-Hernández, S. Albores-Moreno, A.J. Chay-Canul, C.F. Aguilar-Pérez, L. Ramírez-Avilés)pp. 59-76

Chapter 5. Utilization of Exogenous Fibrolytic Enzymes in Ruminant Feeding
(O.D. Montañez Valdez, J. Salinas Chavira and A.Z.M. Salem)pp. 77-96

Chapter 6. Uses of Saccharomyces Cerevisiae as a Feed Additive in Horse Feeding
(J.C. Vázquez Chagoyán, J. G. Estrada Franco, L. R. García Winder and Alberto Barbabosa Pliego)pp. 97-104

Chapter 7. Utilization of Zilpaterol Hydrochloride in Finishing Lambs
(I.A. Domínguez-Vara,J. Mondragón-Ancelmo, J.L. Bórquez-Gastelum, B.M.A. Mariezcurrena and E. Morales-Almaráz)pp. 105-114

Chapter 8. Use of Hydrochloride Zilpaterol in Sheep Feeding
(E.Y. Aguilar López, M. González Ronquillo, A.Z.M. Salem and J.A. Partida de la Peña)pp. 115-120

Chapter 9. Selenium Supplementation and the Immune Response of Sheep
(B. Valladares-Carranza, J.L. Zamora-Espinosa, V. Velázquez-Ordoñez, S. Díaz-Zarco, C. Ortega-Santana and S.D. Peña-Betancourt)pp. 121-130

Chapter 10. Role of Selenium in Sheep Feeding: Antioxidant Effect and Repercussion in Meat Shelf- Life
(G. Velázquez Garduño, M.A. Mariezcurrena Berasain, A.T. Gutiérrez Ibañez, Y. Libien Jiménez, I. Domínguez Vara and M. D. Mariezcurrena Berasain)pp. 131-136

Chapter 11. Organic Chromium in Nutrients Metabolism and Distribution in Sheep
(L. Moreno-Camarena, I.A. Domínguez-Vara, J.L. Bórquez-Gastelum, R. Rojo-Rubio and A.Z.M. Salem)pp. 137-152

Chapter 12. Probiotics as an Alternative to Antibiotics Promoters in Ruminants
(V. Velázquez-Ordoñez, B. Valladares-Carranza, J.L. Zamora-Espinoza, M. Talavera-Rojas, E. Posadas-Manzano and B.S. Carro-Techera)pp. 153-184

Chapter 13. Implications of the Use of Clenbuterol Hydrochloride in Beef Cattle
(B. Valladares-Carranza, V. Velázquez-Ordoñez, J.L. Zamora-Espinosa, J.A. Avilés-Martínez, A. Zaragoza-Bastida and M.A. Posadas Sánchez) pp. 185-196

Chapter 14. Role of Fat Addition in Sheep Reproduction
(P. Molina-Mendoza, J. Acosta-Dibarrat, J.G. Peralta-Ortiz and B.R. Ávila-Castillo) pp. 197-206

Index pp. 207-221

      Veterinary Sciences and Medicine
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   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
   Pages: 7x10 - (NBC-C) 221pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-62417-000-3
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