Digestive Physiology of Pigs: Proceedings of the 8th Symposium

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J. E. Lindberg, Brian Ogle
CABI, Jun 26, 2001 - Science - 476 pages
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This book brings together edited and revised papers presented at the 8th Symposium on Digestive Physiology of Pigs held in Uppsala in June, 2000. It contains more than 100 papers from leading scientists from around the world in this subject area.Among other features it contributes to the development of the the science relating to the effects of nutrition on gut physiology. It also creates a platform for future research, that will increase knowledge of how to optimize the nutrition of the pig and to help prevent diet-related gastrointestinal conditions.
 

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Contents

Transitions in the Life of the Gut at Birth
3
Effects of Dietary Fermentable Carbohydrates on the Empty Weights of
17
Glucagonlike Peptide 2 Stimulates Smallintestine Growth and Maturation
23
Sphingomyelinase Activity in Gastrointestinal Content and Mucosa
31
Glucagonlike Peptide 2 Stimulates Intestinal Growth by Decreasing
40
a Way to Accelerate
46
The Effect of Weaning Diet on the Intestinal Morphology of Young Piglets
54
Effects of Nucleotides on the Immune Function of Earlyweaned Piglets
66
Additivity of Heal Endogenous Losses and Real Digestibilities
204
Secretion of Nitrogen Compounds in the Small Intestine of Pigs
212
Influence of Luminal Pancreatic Juice and Bile on the Secretion
218
An Increased Hindgut Fermentation Promoted Major Changes
224
The Influence of Dietary Protein Level on the Amino Acid Composition
230
Influence of NSPdegrading Enzymes on Plasma Urea Nitrogen Level
236
Heal Fatty Acid Digestibility of Different Oilseeds
239
Dietary Manipulation of Enteric Disease
247

Nutrient Requirements for Intestinal Growth and Metabolism in
75
Intestinal Metabolism of Methionine Significantly Affects Requirement
89
Arginine and Proline Synthesis Occurs Primarily on Firstpass
95
Effect of Diet Composition on Organ Size and Energy Expenditure
98
Dietary Supplementation of Synthetic LThreonine Differentially Affects
104
Effects on Digestion in Pigs
121
Isolated Pectins Vary in their Functional Properties in the Gut of Piglets
127
Consequences of Heal Endogenous Losses on Body Protein Retention
133
Effect on Gastric Emptying in Pregnant Sows
139
Effect of Enzyme Supplementation of Different Quality Hulless Barley
145
In Vitro Release of Mediumchain Fatty Acids MCFA from Selected
151
Heal Digestibility Determination of Different Diets by Two Fistulation
154
Is the Rat a Reliable Model for the Growing Pig for Estimating
160
The Effect of Different Levels of Fat Inclusion and Cereal Type
166
The Effect of Variety and Location of Production on the Nutritive
172
The Role of the Exocrine Pancreas in Pig Performance and Amino
178
Apparent Heal Digestibility of Protein and Amino Acids
184
Effects of Adding Potassium Diformate and Phytase Excess
192
The Heal Digestion of Semipurified Diets Containing Increasing
198
Protective Effect of Processed Soybean During Perfusion of ETECinfected
261
Effects of Oligosaccharides in Weanling Pig Diets on Performance
269
Net Absorption of Fluid in Uninfected and ETECinfected Piglet
277
The Correlation between Coliform Populations Collected from Different
283
The Effect of Fermentation andor Sanitization of Liquid Diets on
291
Comparison between the Heocaecal and Rectal Microflora in Pigs
296
In vitro Methodology to Evaluate the Effect of Various Organic Acids
302
Effect of Sodium Chlorate on Salmonella sv Typhimurium Concentrations
308
40 Years of Research in France
317
Effect of Phytase Addition on Amino Acid and Dry Matter Digestibilities
326
Nutrient Intake Level Affects Histology and Permeability of the Small
332
Effects of Dietary Supplementation of Exogenous Fibre on the Faecal
338
In vivo and in vitro Heal Digestibility of Protein and Amino Acids
344
The Survival of Potentially Pathogenic E coli in Fermented Liquid Feed
351
In vivo and in vitro Protein and Amino Acid Digestibility of Soybean
354
Estimation of Fat Content in Animal Bodies from their C and N Content
369
Index
385
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