Nonruminant Nutrition: Amino acids

Section: Nonruminant Nutrition
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Gatlin Ballroom
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Effects of arginine supplementation during early gestation (d 1 to 30) on litter size and plasma metabolites in gilts and sows.
Fenglai Wang
Limiting dietary lysine increased plasma concentration of total cholesterol in finishing pigs.
Naresh Regmi
The effect of dietary protein and amino acid concentration on certain production parameters of growing ostrich chicks (Struthio camelus).
Tertius S. Brand
Oral supplementation of tryptophan and pyridoxine to nursing piglets on performance and behavior after weaning.
P. C. Pozza
Methionine + cysteine and its ratios for barrows from 15 to 30 kg.
P. C. Pozza
Bioavailability of l-methionine relative to dl-methionine in weaned pigs.
John K. Htoo
Bioavailability of l-lysine sulphate compared with l-lysine·HCl to optimize performance of 12 to 25 kg pigs.
J.P. Oliveira
Pig’s biochemical plasmatic variables response to methionine ingestion in a phase-feeding program or an individual daily feeding program.
Aline Remus
Effects of dietary supplementation of branched-chain amino acids on growth performance, nitrogen balance, and whole-body protein turnover in piglets.
Hongkui Wei
Standardized ileal digestibility of amino acids in single cell protein and tuna fish meal fed to growing pigs.
A. R. Son
Apparent and standardized ileal digestibility of amino acids in soybean meal and canola meal in finished pigs.
Juan Edrei Sanchez
Nutritional value of soybean products for growing pigs.
Tofuko A. Woyengo