Aspects of Digestive Physiology in Ruminants : Proceedings of a Satellite Symposium of the 30th International Congress of the International Union of Physiological Sciences, Held at Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, July 21-23, 1986 / Alan Dobson; Marjorie J. Dobson.
- Dobson, Alan [author] [aut http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/aut]
- Ithaca, NY : Cornell University Press 
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- In English.
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- Frontmatter -- Contents -- Contributors -- Preface -- 1. Morphophysiological Evolutionary Adaptations of the Ruminant Digestive System / Hofmann, R. R. -- 2. Rumen Dynamics / Allen, M.S. / Sniffen, C. J. / Van Soest, P. J. -- 3. Particle Separation in the Forestomachs of Sheep / Sutherland, T. M. -- 4. Ecology of Rumen Microorganisms: Energy Use / Russell, J. B. -- 5. Ecology of Rumen Microorganisms: Protein Use / Wallace, R. J. -- 6. Afferent Vagal Traffic in Conscious Sheep / Rousseau, J. P. / Marie, A. / Falempin, M. -- 7. Fluid and Ion Transport in the Large Intestine / Argenzio, R. A. -- 8. Control of Phosphorus Balance in Ruminants / Scott, D. -- 9. Endocrine and Metabolic Factors in Obesity / Bergman, E. N. / McCann, J.P. -- 10. Pathophysiology of Diarrhea Due to Escherichia coli in Neonatal Calves / Guard, C. L. -- 11. Putative Roles of Peptides in the Genesis and Control of Parasitic Diseases / Reid, A.M. / Titchen, D. A. -- 12. Propionate Metabolism: A New Interpretation / Bauman, D. E. / Steinhour, W. D. -- 13. Components of Basal Energy Expenditure / Milligan, L. P. / McBride, B. W. / Summers, M. -- 14. Modeling Metabolism / Argyle, J. L. / Baldwin, R. L. -- Poster Titles -- Index
- Dobson, Marjorie J. [editor] [edt http://id.loc.gov/vocabulary/relators/edt]
- Fundamental research on sheep and cows has often provided answers to significant questions, not only for investigators of the gastrointestinal tract of ruminant and other species, but also for workers in practical areas such as world food supplies, animal husbandry, and medical practice. This book is an interdisciplinary survey of some of the most recent advances in ruminant research, especially on comparative aspects of the digestive tract.Fourteen articles by an international group of leading scientists cover a wide range of topics: comparative anatomy related to digestive function; microbial ecology; pathophysiology; neurophysiology; endocrinology; ionic transport; energy, intermediary, and mineral metabolism; and differential rate of flow of digesta.