Protein and energy

  title={Protein and energy},
  author={James C. Riley and Kenneth J. Carpenter},
Effect of Dietary Protein Level on Growth Performance, Protein Utilizat ion and Body Composition of Nile Tilapia Cultured in Low Salinity Water
Based on the biological data, it was esti mated that the optimal level of protein for O. niloticus weighing between 1.0 g and 5.7 g was 35%.
Some aspects of biology and aquaculture potentials of Tilapia guineensis (dumeril) in Nigeria
The present review throws light on areas of further research to enhance the growth performance of Tilapia guineensis with emphasis on fish larvae nutrition and first feeding and digestibibilty of the feed ingredients.
The in vitro and in vivo Antioxidant and Immunomodulatory Activity of Incomplete Degradation Products of Hemicellulosic Polysaccharide (Galactomannan) From Sesbania cannabina
Results showed that IDPG can improve antioxidant capacity by increasing antioxidants contents and reducing MDA content and increase immunoglobulins and cytokines secretion, thereby enhancing the immunity of laying hens.
Who Defines Babies’ “Needs”?: The Scientization of Baby Food in Indonesia
Recently, there has been a broad shift in the discourse of the Third World food problem from food quantity to food quality, from hunger to “hidden hunger,” and from famine to micronutrient
Direct heat stress-induced effects on rumen fermentation characteristics and nutrients degradability in sheep pair-fed alfalfa hay
Exposing pair-fed desert rams to elevated ambient temperature had no direct effect on post-feeding rumen fermentation characteristics and nutrients degradability in desert sheep, implying that strategic approaches to mitigate the adverse effects of HS have to be directed towards promoting feed intake and nutrients utilization under such conditions.
Seasonal biochemical changes in two aquaculture species Sparus aurata Linnaeus, 1758 and Dicentrarchus labrax Linnaeus, 1758
The results showed the seasonal influence on biometric and biochemical parameters studied in S. aurata and D. labrax and that seasonal cycles can differently affects fish in several biological and physiological activities.
Protein utilisation The basis of feeding standards for protein in growing and fattening beef cattle
The historical background to protein feeding standards in the UK and the shortcomings of digestible crude protein and available protein as standards for the future are considered. The proposed ARC
Coexisting Frailty With Heart Failure
Planning the treatment of individuals with HF and concomitant frailty, one should consider not only the limitations imposed by frailty syndrome (FS) but also those associated with the underlying heart disease.
Review on Sub-Acute Rumen Acidosis in Dairy Cattle and Nutritional Approaches
Different studies revealed that, Sub-acute ruminal acidosis (SARA) is one of the most important metabolic diseases in modern dairy industry that impairs cow performance and health even well managed