3 edition of Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries found in the catalog.
Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries
R. A. Leng
1992 by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 133-146).
|Statement||by R.A. Leng.|
|Series||FAO animal production and health paper ;, 90|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.|
|LC Classifications||SF95.4.D44 L46 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||146 p. :|
|Number of Pages||146|
|LC Control Number||92211783|
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Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries. Author(s): Leng, R. Author Affiliation: Institute of Biotechnology, University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales Cited by: Buy Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries (FAO Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries book production and health paper) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified ordersAuthor: R.
A Leng. This is defined as the application of recombinant DNA technology to the improvement of animal production through improving nutrition. The Promise of the New Biotechnology The beginning of recombinant DNA technology arose from the work of Crick and Watson (Watson, ) and their colleagues at Cambridge.
The research application by NDDB and by others in a number of countries has indicated that high, realisable yields from Friesians or other breeds fed on local feeds (see Table ) This re-emphasises the ‘less sophisticated’ biotechnology research concepts that are available to improve animal production from the available resources and which can be applied now.
The ultimate goal of using biotechnology in animal nutrition is to improve the plane of nutrition through increasing availability of nutrients from feed and to reduce the wastage of the feed.
Their potential in developing countries is less than in developed countries, mainly because the successful application usually requires better feed quality and management.
A new and novel approach will at times, however, require research but at present it can be safely assumed that alkaline hydrolysis of wet straw by ammonia generated by urea (usually 4% of the dry matter) by microbes in the straw, is probably the most feasible treatment for application in.
The acceptance and impact of agriculture biotechnology in developing nations is unclear, but Steinfeld et al. () suggest that biotechnology could be important in nations developing a sustainable agriculture base to supply food for a rapidly growing population. Application of biotechnology for the nutrition of farm animals Feed additivesCited by: In the developing countries, application of animal biotechnology is essential to Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries book animal production and to conserve the indigenous animal genetic resources.
Specifically, animal reproductiveFile Size: KB. In developing countries, use of biotechnology in animal production is limited to some areas like conservation, animal improvement, healthcare (diagnosis and control of diseases) and increase supply of feed resources. By the adoption of biotechnology, the animal.
Scope Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries book biotechnology in animal nutrition. growth in developing countries and the application of biotechnology is largely dictated by commercial considerations and socio-economic goals.
ANIMAL BIOTECHNOLOGY FOR THE DEVELOPING COUNTRIES: APPLICATIONS, RISKS AND ETHICS TO BE CONSIDERED ABSTRACT. In majority of the developing countries, the application of biotechnology associated to livestock has to be appropriate for the animal owners who lack resources and who have small land and few animals.
In most developing countries, biotechnological applications relating to livestock need to be suitable for animal owners who are resource-poor small-scale operators who own little or no land and few Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries book.
It can be applied for improving animal performance through better nutrition, enhanced production potential or improved health status. Plant biotechnology can produce crops which are embedded with improved nutritional value or incorporate vaccines or antibodies into feeds that will cheaply and effectively protect the animals against : Damwesh Sila Daniel.
Livestock Production Systems, sector 6, Urban Estate Karnal, Haryana,India. Summary. In most developing countries, biotechnological applications relating to livestock need to be suitable for animal owners who are resource-poor small-scale operators who own little or no land and few animals.
Improving animal production in developing countries through the application of biotechnology in nutrition is first discussed in relation to the feed resources available and the climatic and environmental constraints.
This report targets ruminant animals, because of their enormous contribution to the welfare of people in developing countries. in developing countries is currently supplied by small-scale and. animal nutrition, biotechnology can improve the plane of nutrition The Application of Biotechnology on Livestock Feed.
Applications of Biotechnology in Traditional Fermented Foods. The purpose of this report is to create greater awareness of the opportunities to reduce hunger and improve nutrition in developing countries through the application of biotechnology to widely practiced methods.
In animal nutrition, the biotechnology can improve the plane of nutrition through protec tion of protein, amino acids (Y adav and Chaudhary, ) and fat (Shelke e t al., ), use of enzymes to.
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Application of agricultural biotechnology to improve food nutrition and healthcare products. especially in the developing countries, due mainly to poverty. The development and application of biotechnology offers opportunities and novel possibilities to enhance the nutritional quality of crops, particularly when the necessary genetic Cited by: In this article we will discuss about the role of biotechnology in livestock production.
Biotechnology will improve the life of every and allow more sustainable living. The use of biotechnology will lead to a distinct shift in the economic returns from livestock. Livestock is becoming increasingly important in the growth of agriculture in developing economies. [ ]. Applications of biotechnology to animal production centre on four fields: reproduction, selection and breeding; animal health; feeding and nutrition; and growth and production.
In the field of reproduction, new biotechniques such as embryo transfers, in vitro fertilization, cloning and sex determination.
In developing countries, traditional fermentation serves many purposes. It can improve the taste of an otherwise bland food, enhance the digestibility of a food that is difficult to assimilate, preserve food from degradation by noxious organisms, and increase nutritional value through the synthesis of essential amino acids and : Paperback.
The establishment of biotechnology parks and medicinal plant farms in several developing countries is indicative of biotechnology being accorded high policy status in national development; of its significance in the eradication of poverty; and of its use in the empowerment of women in applying the technology for human and social welfare.
Summary: Demand for livestock products in the developing countries is increasing because of the increasing human population and change of lifestyle and hence productivity of animals needs to be increased through modern techniques like biotechnology. The major cause of poor livestock productivity in tropical regions of the world is inadequate nutrition.
In developing countries, traditional fermentation serves many purposes. It can improve the taste of an otherwise bland food, enhance the digestibility of a food that is difficult to assimilate, preserve food from degradation by noxious organisms, and increase nutritional value through the synthesis of essential amino acids and vitamins.
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