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The nutritional basis of reproduction.

James W. Millen

The nutritional basis of reproduction.

by James W. Millen

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Published by Thomas in Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Reproduction.,
  • Diet.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    SeriesAmerican lecture series,, publication no. 485., A monograph in American lectures in living chemistry, American lecture series ;, publication no. 485., American lecture series.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP251 .M49
    The Physical Object
    Pagination125 p.
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5849036M
    LC Control Number62008653

    The relationship between nutrition and reproduction is a topic of increasing importance and concern among dairy producers, veterinarians, feed dealers and extension workers. The interaction between nutrition and reproduction has long been known to have important implications for the reproductive performance [45]. Under nutrition results inCited by: The authors of this book, however, and looking at the basis of prospering societies, believe that nutrition education, particularly in schools, can indeed contribute significantly to sustainable development in poor Size: KB.

    ANIMAL REPRODUCTION SCIENCE ELSEVIER Animal Reproduction Science 42 () Nutrition and reproduction J.J. Robinson Scottish Agricultural College, Ferguson Building, Craibstone Estate, Bucksburn, Aberdeen AB21 9YA, UK Abstract Through their influence on embryonic and early fetal development dietary nutrients affect the size, vigour and viability of the newbom and, in the case Cited by: Main modes of nutrition in plants and animals are: 1. Autotrophic nutrition 2. Heterotrophic nutrition! Plants and animals do not obtain food by the same processes. Plants and some bacteria have the green pigment chlorophyll to help synthesize food, while animals, fungi and other bacteria depend on other organisms for food.

    Ø Saprophytic fungi obtain nutrition from dead organic matter. Ø These fungi lives on dead organic matter or excreta of both plant and animal origin. Ø Examples: Mucor, Rhizopus, Penicillium and Aspergillus. Ø Vegetative hyphae of these fungi directly absorb food materials from organic matter. Ø Saprophytic fungi may be of two types: (1). nutrition, study of the materials that nourish an organism and of the manner in which the separate components are used for maintenance, repair, growth, and reproduction. Nutrition is achieved in various ways by different forms of life.


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Period 3 is from weaning to 50 days before calving; it lasts ~ days and is the period of least nutritional demand. The beef cow has only to maintain her condition and continue fetal development.

The dairy cow should be managed to gain or lose body weight during the last months of lactation to achieve target body condition ready to enter the stable dry period.Nutrient supply to the fetus is a key factor in the regulation of fetal growth.

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