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Participation in Forum on February 5, 2019
Interesting and illuminating subject on the action of yeast cell wall on the immune system of birds. It is clearly understood that the positive effects of the yeast would be related to the presence of the MOS and the branched B-glucan present in its composition. Taking advantage of your knowledge on the subject, I would like to make some considerations that I deem appropriate. I believe that ...
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Participation in Forum on January 18, 2019
desire germain lavigilante Solid floor with cooling is made by circulation of frozen water in copper serpentine system incorporated only under the nut floor. This system still makes possible the decline of death of piggy by crushing. This is why when the nut lifts, the cold floor does not favor the permanence of the piglet on him.
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Participation in Forum on January 12, 2019
My position was that in practical conditions where immunological challenges are greatest, and consequently the demand for a certain pool of amino acids is considered to be non-essential and increased, the possibility of protein reduction of the feed is limited. In addition to this, it should be considered that gastrointestinal digestion of protein sources produces a variety of peptides with functi ...
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Participation in Forum on January 12, 2019
Solid floor with cooling is made by circulation of frozen water in copper serpentine system incorporated only under the nut floor. This system still makes possible the decline of death of piggy by crushing. This is why when the nut lifts, the cold floor does not favor the permanence of the piglet on him.
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Discussion created on January 12, 2019
Considering the maximum protein deposition in carcasses of different sex and genetics is approximately 70 kg in weight, it can be deduced that, in market conditions in which such animals are slaughtered weighing more than 100 kg, there would be a need to maximize protein deposition in the initial growth phase if we consider that these animals exhibit compensatory deposition of protein in the carca ...
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Participation in Forum on January 9, 2019
Excellent work, even with results consistent with those that we verified in research that we conducted evaluating the reduction of protein in pig rations at different stages of production. However, I would like to make a few points which I consider relevant. First - it is important to consider that in the environment in the production unit, the animals are normally exposed to greater immunological ...
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Article published the October 29, 2018
Introduction Protein deposition corresponds to the positive balance between protein synthesis and breakdown (Metayer et al., 2008). In an effort to maximize the protein deposition and optimize nutrient utilization in pig nutrition, it is necessary to determine the amino acid requirement for protein deposition in each growth stage. Lysine has been an amino acid of great interest due to its constan ...
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Article published the October 4, 2018
Introduction The β-agonist ractopamine (RAC) is a dietary ingredient used in diets for finishing pigs to redirect nutrients to protein accretion that would otherwise go to the synthesis and deposition of lipids, resulting in improved performance and carcass traits (DUNSHEA et al., 1993; SCHINCKEL et al., 2003). It is well established that Lys requirements for optimal performance and carcass ...
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Participation in Forum on September 12, 2018
Good story, with consistent fundamentals. However, I have some doubts about what I would like to clarify. - There is no doubt about the bactericidal action of short chain (acc) and medium chain (acm) acros. My question as a researcher is that normally the immune challenge of the animals in the experiment is appreciably less than the field level, in which case the acc and acm may prove as efficient ...
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Location:Vicosa, Minas Gerais, Brazil
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Occupation: Professor / Universidade Federal Viçosa