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Credit hours In-class work per week Practice per week Credits Duration Total 2 2 8 15 weeks hours. Instructor Dante Pazzanese Duarte Lanna. Introduce the students to the practice of simulation using mathematical models. Comparison between data obtained in experimental analytical work or in practical production systems with those estimated by different models of nutrition.
Identifying areas and parameters that require specific experimentation with the purpose of improving prediction of simulation models. Knowing the systems and models mostly used in the world and methodologies of economic optimization including linear and non linear programming. Content General considerations on the main ruminant feed systems.
Methods of food analysis for ruminants. Energetic and protein value. Food value and dry matter intake. Factors affecting maintenance requirements. Factors affecting production requirements growth and milk production. Methodology developed by different ruminants feed systems for estimating of nutritional value energy and protein , ingestion, maintenance and production requirements and use efficiencies of nutrients for different functions. Simulation and comparison of ruminants performance on different feed systems for specific production conditions.
Discussion on the mathematical models of metabolism proposed on literature. Models that estimate environmental impacts of the activity, including the production of greenhouse gases will be evaluated. The efficiency with which the optimization routines and their algorithms could optimize the choice of foods to maximize economical return of the production system will be evaluated. Bibliography National Research Council. Nutrient Requirements of Beef Cattle, , , , , , , , , , , National Research Council.
Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle, , , , , , , , , National Academy Press, Washington, D. Agriculture Research Council. The Nutrient Requirements of Ruminant Livestock. Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, England, Agriculture and Food Research Council. Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews Series B , 57 9 , Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews Series B , 57 12 , Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews Series B.
Nutrition Abstracts and Reviews Series B , 62 12 Agriculture ans Food Research Council. Energy and Protein Requirements of Ruminants. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique. Ruminant Nutrition, recommended allowances and feed tables. Editor R. INRA, Feeding Standards for Australian Livestock, Ruminants. Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein Model. Modelling Ruminant Digestion and Metabolism R. Scientia Agricola , v. Eficiencia da vaca de cria. In: Alexandre Vaz Pires.
Bovinocultura de Corte. Lanna, D. In-class work per week. Practice per week.
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