KELIP L1 ANIMAL NUTRITION.pdf - ANIMAL NUTRITION ASH 22403 Lecture 1 Introduction to Animal Nutrition P.M.DR CONNIE FAY KOMILUS 1 Introduction to animal

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P.M.DR CONNIE FAY KOMILUS ANIMAL NUTRITION ASH 22403 Lecture 1 Introduction to Animal Nutrition
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1.Introduction to animal nutrition (W1) 2. Digestive tract differences in animals and their abilities to digest and utilise various feedstuff (W2) 3. Role of nutrient, metabolism and requirements (W3) 4. Macronutrient and Micronutrient (W4) 5. Feed analysis and digestibility (W5) 6. Voluntary feed intake (W6) 7. Digestion and absorption of feed in ruminant and non- ruminant (W7)
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8. Energy classification, sources and requirements for maintenance and production (W8) 9. Protein classification, sources and requirements for growth and production (W9) 10.Roughages in ruminant metabolism and absorption (W10) 11.Concentrates in animal feeding (W11) 12.Agriculture by-products as animal feed (W12) 13.Basic animal feed formulation (W13) 14.Metabolic disease (W14)
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DIGESTIVE TRACT PHYSIOLOGY (MONOGASTRIC)
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HCL pH 1.5-2.5 Hydrolysis of protein 1 2 3 Duodenum Jejunum Ileum Pancrease, enzymes, carbo (amylase), protein (trypsin, chymotrypsin, lipid (lipase)
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THE NUTRITION PROCESS RUMINANTS?
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Science involving the process by which animals obtain, digest, absorb and use chemical substances called NUTRIENTS Nutrients are needed by animals to maintain BODY FUNCTIONS while at rest, for body health, growth, reproduction and material production Nutrients obtained from FEED EATEN and by BIOLOGICAL and MICROBIOLOGICAL processes in animal’s body
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FEEDING OBJECTIVES PHYSIOLOGICAL ECONOMIC
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FEEDING OBJECTIVES PHYSIOL OGICAL Body maintenance Growth, production and reproduction Nutrients given above normal daily physiological needs will be stored as body fat Body fat occur after all other body needs have been satisfied
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FEEDING OBJECTIVES ECONOMIC Conversion of less nutritious plant protein into high quality animal protein Feedstuffs By products for human use No value to human being
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