Table of contents for Amino acids in animal nutrition / edited by J.P.F. D'Mello.


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Contributors
Preface
Abbreviations
PART I: GENERAL ASPECTS
1  Amino Acids as Multifunctional Molecules
J.P. F. D'Mello

2  Amino Acid Analysis of Feeds
J. Fontaine

3  Absorption of Amino Acids and Peptides
C.R. Krehbiel and J.C. Matthews

4  An Outline of Pathways in Amino Acid Metabolism
J.P.F. D'Mello

5  Amino Acid Metabolism in Animals: an Overview
B.J. Bequette

6   Essential to Non-essential Amino Acid Ratios
J. Heger

7  Adverse Effects of Amino Acids
J.P F. D'Mello

PART II: PIGS
8  Methionine-Cystine Relationships in Pig Nutrition
A.J. Lewis

9   Ideal Dietary Amino Acid Profiles for Pigs
S. Boisen

10   Digestible Amino Acids in Diet Formulation for Pigs
R. Mosenthin and M. Rademacher

11   Modelling Amino Acid Metabolism and the Estimation of Amino
Acid Requirements 
PJ. Moughan and M.E Fuller

12  Amino Acid Utilization for Reproduction in Sows
S. W. Kim and R.A. Easter


PART III: POULTRY
13 Ideal Amino Acid Patterns for Broiler Chicks
D.H. Baker

14 Responses of Growing Poultry to Amino Acids
J.P. F. D'Mello

PART IV: RUMINANTS
15  Metabolism and De Novo Synthesis of Amino Acids by Rumen Microbes
C. Atasoglu and R.J. Wallace

16  Modelling Amino Acid Metabolism in Ruminants
R.L. Baldwin, C.C. Calvert, PH. Robinson and H.A. Johnson

17  Amino Acid Utilization for Wool Production
S.M. Liu and D.G. Masters

18  Amino Acid Utilization by Growing and Finishing Ruminants
E.C. Titgemeyer

19  Mammary Uptake and Metabolism of Amino Acids by Lactating
Ruminants
B.J. Bequette, M.D. Hanigan and H. Lapierre

20   Effects of Amino Acids on Milk Production
D.G. Chamberlain and J.-M. Yeo

21   Predicting Dietary Amino Acid Adequacy for Ruminants
D.G. Fox and L.O. Tedeschi

PART V: OTHER ANIMALS
22   Canine and Feline Amino Acid Requirements for Different Physiological
Functions
WH. Hendriks

23   Amino Acid Requirements of Finfish and Crustaceans
R.P Wilson

PART VI: APPLICATIONS AND PERSPECTIVES
24   Crystalline Amino Acids and Nitrogen Emission
M. WA. Verstegen and A. W Jongbloed

25   Economic Assessment of Amino Acid Responses in Growing Poultry
M. Pack, D. Hoehler and A. Lemme

26   Conclusions
J.P.F. D'Mello
Index





Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Amino acids in animal nutrition