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Determination of digestibility coefficients for quantification of elk fecal analysis

David Ernest Pulliam

Determination of digestibility coefficients for quantification of elk fecal analysis

by David Ernest Pulliam

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elk -- Feeding and feeds.

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    Statementby David Ernest Pulliam, Jr.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 27 leaves :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16422711M

    Determination of digestibility coefficients for quantification of fecal analysis with elk. Pp. j_n M. S. Boyce and L. D. Hayden-Wing, eds. North American elk: ecology, behavior, and management. Overall, the data indicate that the inclusion of Cr2O3, Fe2O3, or TiO2 as digestibility markers have little to no impact on microbial ecology, fecal ammonia or VFA concentrations, nutrient digestibility, or pig growth performance indicating they are suitable for use in digestion by: 2.

    tion and diet using fecal analysis. The study reported, herein, examined the relationships between cattle performance, intake, diet nutritive quality, and fecal nutritive quality on mountain range in northeastern Oregon during 3 grazing seasons. In vitro organicCited by: (DDGS). Fecal collections were based on exact timing (Day collection) or marker-to-marker collection (MM) methods during a 4-d period. Diets contained % of titanium dioxide (TiO. 2) for estimating digestibility using the index method. In Exp. 2, the effects of collection method and basal diet on determination of DDGS digestibility were studied.

    The application of quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) technologies for the rapid identification of fecal bacteria in environmental waters is being considered for use as a national water quality metric in the United States. The transition from research tool to a standardized protocol requires information on the reproducibility and sources of variation associated with qPCR methodology across Cited by: feces. The fecal samples from the three-day collection were pooled by animal and then immediately frozen for storage. Prior to analysis, the samples were dried ina forced air oven dryer at 66°C for 60 h, followed by fine grinding ( mm screen). Total tract digestibility coefficients for dry matter, phosphorus and phytate were.


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Determination of digestibility coefficients for quantification of elk fecal analysis by David Ernest Pulliam Download PDF EPUB FB2

Estimates of forage intake and digestibility to model nutrient ingesta, output, and use in caribou. Nutrient analysis of fecal samples can also be used for relative assessments of seasonal diet quality, if samples are collected regularly throughout the season of use.

Digestibility of gross energy present in the food can also be determined. The digestibility coefficients normally determined are the apparent digestibility coefficients since the nutrients found in the faeces contain small proportion of nutrients from the previously utilized food In the form of mucosal debris, unspent enzymes ate.

Microhistological analysis of feces is the most applied noninvasive method for assessing diets of wild ungulates. However, the method is complicated by differential digestibility of forage by: Determination of digestibility coefficients for a quantification of fecal analysis with elk.

In: M.S. Boyce and L.D. Hayden-Wing (Editors), North American Elk: Ecology, Behavior and Management. University of Wyoming, Laramie, pp. Cited by:   Trial 2 estimated N balance, faecal apparent digestibility of amino acids as determined by both total collection and ratio of markers, ileal apparent digestibility of amino acids and recovery of markers using diets containing (a) 1 and (b) 5 g Cr 2 O 3 /kg, (c) 1 and (d) 5 g TiO 2 /kg.

An additional assessment of acid-insoluble lignin present within the diet was also by: The effect of digestibility values of resources on the reliability of food-habit studies from fecal analyses Determination of digestibility coefficients for quantification of fecal analysis.

The apparent digestibility coefficients of DM and nutrients were determined through the quantification of observed DM intake and fecal excretion obtained by the daily total feces collection, during five collection days.

In order to prevent contamination with urine, Folley probes no. 22. Apparent amino acid and N digestibility coefficients were determined. For human subjects the faecal digestibility values were significantly higher (P.

diet may affect the obtained coefficients (Morales et al., ). The objective of this work was to evaluate the diet components – crude fiber (CF), neutral detergent fiber (NDF), acid detergent fiber (ADF), hemicellulose, cellulose, and lignin – as internal indicators in the determination of apparent digestibility coefficientsAuthor: Rafael Lopes da Silva, Eric Portilho de Araújo, Mariucha Karina Honório Ribeiro Rocha, Flavia Mota D.

Introduction. The estimation of diet digestibility is based on the apparent indigestibility as starting point. In this context, the fecal excretion is the basic parameter of indigestibility of a food or diet, because it represents, as least apparently, the portion of ingested food that was not utilized during passage through gastrointestinal tract (Detmann et al., ).

to differential digestion of different species, resulting in differential particle size reduction or by differential detection and recognition under microscopic observation (HOLECHEK et al., ). In spite of these limitations, fecal analysis has been used all over the world for over 60 years to determine the diet ofCited by: 7.

Near infrared reflectance analysis (NIRA) is a useful test for diagnosing fat malabsorption. Three-day stool collection and determination of fecal fat output are recommended.

The measurement of fat concentration on spot samples may be of some use only in screening malabsorption of pancreatic origin; moreover, it does not discriminate between steatorrhea resulting from pancreatic Cited by: Wildlife Research provides an international forum for the publication of original and significant research and debate on the ecology and management of wild animals in natural and modified habitats.

Readers can expect a broad range of high quality, internationally refereed papers that contribute conceptual and practical advances to our knowledge and understanding of wildlife ecology and managementCited by: 3. The present study represents the determination of Ti and Cr in dry animal feeds using wet acid digestion and inductively coupled plasma–atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES), in order to use these metals as digestibility markers.

A radiofrequency power of W and a nebulizer argon flow of L/min was selected. The limits of detection were between and μg/g for titanium and Author: Eleni Tsanaktsidou, Georgios Zachariadis.

Apparent faecal dry matter digestibility (DMd) was calculated as: (DM intake − DM excretion)×/ DM intake. Statistical analysis. The effect of age on daily feed intake, faeces excretion and DMd was studied using a repeated measures analysis by the MIXED procedure of SAS (Littell et al., ), including the litter effect as a by: 4.

Adeola O. Digestion and balance techniques in pigs. In: Lewis DJ, Southern LL, editors. Swine Nutrition. 2nd ed. CRC Press; New York: pp. – Anderson PV, Kerr BJ, Weber TE, Ziemer CJ, Shurson GC. Determination and prediction of digestible and metabolizable energy from chemical analysis of corn coproducts fed to finishing by: 9.

Producers and veterinarians often can not determine the cause of diarrhea in large animal species. Because they must treat diarrhea symptomatically, many animals with non-infectious diseases are given antibiotics.

This may lead to further disruption of normal gut function and increase the risk of antibiotic residue in animal-derived foods. The goals of this project are 1) to develop a means of.

Since elk (Cervus elaphus) were extirpated from eastern North America, they have been successfully reintroduced in numerous eastern states and one Canadian province. In forest-dominated areas, reintroductions of large ungulates can create potential for conflict with humans if elk select agriculture or private property to meet nutritional needs.

We determined the seasonal diet selection of Cited by: 2. Microhistological analysis of feces is the most applied noninvasive method for assessing diets of wild ungulates. However, the method is complicated by differential digestibility of forage species. To evaluate the efficacy of this method in quantifying browse components in summer diets of moose (Alces alces L.) on Norwegian rangelands, we compared it to parallel field surveys of browsed Cited by:   INTRODUCTION.

Corn distillers dried grains with solubles (DDGS) has been widely used in swine diets because it is a cost-competitive source of ME and digestible amino acids but the ME content in DDGS is quite variable (Stein and Shurson, ).Because energy is the most expensive nutritional component in animal feeds, DE and ME prediction equations have been developed using Author: Zhikai Zeng, Jae Cheol Jang, Brian J Kerr, Brian J Kerr, Gerald C Shurson, Pedro E Urriola.

Bite-count vs Fecal Analysis for Range Animal Diets KENNETH D. SANDERS, BILL E. DAHL, AND GRETCHEN SCOTT Abstract This study indicated that the bite-count and fecal analysis methods give similar results for estimating major components of cattle Cited by: Comprehensive guide to the modified stoll's technique for fecal sampling.

this guide takes you from collecting the sample to complete analysis with excellent full color illustrations and pictures to guide you through the process.

A must have for anyone who wants to keep their camelid herd healthy and parasite free. Written by Ann L. Bodnyk and Dr. Milissa Cooper, VMD.Analysis of fecal microbiota composition by 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequencing and fecal/urinary metabolites by 1H-NMR spectroscopy was complemented with targeted quantification of fecal SCFAs, bile acids, and functional microbial genes.

RESULTS: Adenomatous polyps were detected in 16 of 32 AN participants, but not found in RA participants.