This practical book provides crucial information necessary to formulate diets with appropriate amounts of amino acids, minerals, and vitamins. The factors that influence how well animals obtain these critical nutrients and methods for determining bioavailability are reviewed in this comprehensive text. In addition, data from both ruminants and nonruminants are included as well as established estimates of bioavailability for particular feed stuffs and feed supplements.
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R.C. Littell, A.J. Lewis, and P.R. Henry, Statistical Evaluation of Bioavailability Assays.
A.J. Lewis and H.S. Bayley, Amino Acid Bioavailability.
A.J. Lewis and D.H. Baker, Bioavailability of D-Amino Acids and DL-Hydroxy Methionine.
C.B. Ammerman, Methods for Estimation of Mineral Bioavailability.
J.H. Soares, Jr., Calcium Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry, Cobalt Bioavailability.
D.H. Baker and C.B. Ammerman, Copper Bioavailability.
E.R. Miller and C.B. Ammerman, Iodine Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry and E.R. Miller, Iron Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry and S.D. Benz, Magnesium Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry, Manganese Bioavailability.
J.H.Soares, Jr., Phosphorus Bioavailability.
E.R. Miller, Potassium Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry and C.B. Ammeman, Selenium Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry, Sodium and Chlorine Bioavailability.
P.R. Henry and C.B. Ammerman, Sulfur Bioavailability.
D.H. Baker and C.B. Ammerman, Zinc Bioavailability.
D.H. Baker, Vitamin Bioavailability.
Baker, David P.
Professor David Baker has published widely in the field of Library and Information Studies, with eighteen monographs and over 100 articles to his credit. He has spoken worldwide at numerous conferences, led workshops and seminars. His other key professional interest and expertise has been in the field of human resources, where he has also been active in major national projects.
Lewis, Austin J.