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Livestock Nutrition: Analytical Techniques

Gopal Krishna

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ISBN 10: 9380235968 / ISBN 13: 9789380235967
Published by New India Publishing Agency, 2012
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This book entitled ?Livestock Nutrition: Analytical Techniques? lucidly explain recommended and standard methods of analysis. Latest methods of Bomb calorimetry, Isothermal, Adiabatic and Ballistic, non-protein nitrogen fractions, oxalic acid in feeds and fodders, cyanides in plants, nitrate and nitrite in forages, thioglucoside in rapeseed meal, free gossypol in cottonseed meal and aflatoxins in feed have been explained in a simple and illustrative way. Additional methods of desoxyribonuleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA) analysis in animal tissues, non-esterified fatty acid, total lipids in serum or plasma Iipase, blood glucose, cholesterol and urea, biuret method for protein content in wheat, fractions of total lipids eg. cholesterol, HDL and LDL cholesterol are given in a very simple way, along with examples of calculations of results. Method of urea estimation in animal feed as an adulterant is described in detail. This book provides essential information for undergraduate and postgraduate degree students in Food Science and Technology. Animal Nutrition, Animal Products Technology, Animal Feed Technology and Foods Nutrition (F&N). This book covers syllabus for B.V. Sc and A.H., M.V.Sc., M.Sc (F & N), M.Sc (Food Science & Technology). Ph.D. (A.N.), Ph.D. (Food Science Technology), Ph.D. (F & N). M.Sc. (APT). M.Sc., M.V.Sc.(AFT), Ph.D. (AFT), Ph.D. (APT), degrees of Indian and Asian subcontinent universities. Animal Feed Compounding Industries and Human Food (Vegetarian and Non Vegetarian) Products manufacturing Industries (Quality Control Laboratories) could make use of this book to collect information on the quality of products before marketing. This book is of valuable help to the candidates appearing for the interview of senior scientist, principal scientist and Head of department post advertised by the ASRB (ICAR), Delhi and CSIR Institutions of Country. Contents Foreword Preface General Precautions Chapter 01. Standard Solutions-Definitions and Preparation of Solutions of Various Strength of Common Acids, Alkalies and Alcohol Chapter 02. Conversion Factors Chapter 03. Proximate Principles in Feed Chapter 04. Preparation of Samples for Chemical Analysis Chapter 05. Processing and Weighing of Biological Samples Chapter 06. Dry Matter Content of Herbage, Faeces, Silage and Molasses Chapter 07. Dry Matter and Partial Dry Matter Chapter 08. Gross Energy Values of Herbage, Faeces, Urine, Milk and Silage Chapter 09. Ether Extract and Crude Fiber in Feeds and Fodders Chapter 10. Nitrogen and Crude Protein in Feeds and Fodders Chapter 11. True Protein in Feeds and Fodders Chapter 12. Non-Protein Nitrogen Fractions in Biological Materials Chapter 13. Total Ash and Acid Insoluble Ash in Feed and Fodders Chapter 14. Wet Chemical Digestion of Biological Materials for Mineral Analysis Chapter 15. Nitrogen Free Extract in Feeds and Fodders Chapter 16. Determination of Food Carbohydrates Chapter 17. Lignin and Acid Insoluble Ash by Fonnesbeck and Harris Method Chapter 18. Hemicellulose in Plant Cell Walls by Fonnesbeck and Harris Method Chapter 19. Cellulose and Lignin by Crampton and Maynard Method Chapter 20. Soluble Carbohydrate and Structural Carbohydrate Pentosan and Hexosan by Deriaz Method Chapter 21. Oxalic Acid in Biological Materials Chapter 22. Tannic Acid in Feeds and Fodders Chapter 23. Cyanides in Plants Chapter 24. Nitrates and Nitrites in Forages Chapter 25. Aflatoxin in Feeds Chapter 26. Thioglucoside in Rapeseed Meal Chapter 27. Free Gossypol in Cottonseed Meal Chapter 28. Desoxyribonucleic Acid and Ribonucleic Acid in Animal Tissue Chapter 29. Non Esterified Fatty Acid Concentrations in Plasma Chapter 30. Enzymatic Determination of Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids (PUFA) Chapter 31. Total Lipid in Serum or Plasma Chapter 32. Lipase in Serum Chapter 33. Printed Pages: 802. Bookseller Inventory # 65783

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Title: Livestock Nutrition: Analytical Techniques

Publisher: New India Publishing Agency

Publication Date: 2012

Binding: Hardcover

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This book entitled "Livestock Nutrition: Analytical Techniques" lucidly explain recommended and standard methods of analysis. Latest methods of Bomb calorimetry, Isothermal, Adiabatic and Ballistic, non-protein nitrogen fractions, oxalic acid in feeds and fodders, cyanides in plants, nitrate and nitrite in forages, thioglucoside in rapeseed meal, free gossypol in cottonseed meal and aflatoxins in feed have been explained in a simple and illustrative way. Additional methods of desoxyribonuleic acid (DNA) and ribonucleic acid (RNA) analysis in animal tissues, non-esterified fatty acid, total lipids in serum or plasma Iipase, blood glucose, cholesterol and urea, biuret method for protein content in wheat, fractions of total lipids eg. cholesterol, HDL and LDL cholesterol are given in a very simple way, along with examples of calculations of results. Method of urea estimation in animal feed as an adulterant is described in detail. This book provides essential information for undergraduate and postgraduate degree students in Food Science and Technology. Animal Nutrition, Animal Products Technology, Animal Feed Technology and Foods Nutrition (F&N).

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