|Statement||prepared by Donald F. Miller [technical secretary]|
|Series||National Research Council (U.S.) Publication -- 585., Publication (National Research Council (U.S.)) -- no. 585.|
|Contributions||Miller, Donald F.|
|LC Classifications||SF97 .N33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||663|
|LC Control Number||58060029|
While cereals remain the world's largest food yield - with more than billion metric tons produced annually - consumer demands are on the rise for healthier cereal products with greater nutrition. Cereal Grains: Properties, Processing, and Nutritional Attributes provides a complete exploration of the scientific principles related to domesticatioCited by: Keith L. Edmisten, James T. Green, J. Paul Mueller, Joe C. Burns, Winter annual small grain forage potential. I. Dry matter yield in relation to morphological characteristics of four small grain species at six growth stages, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, /, 29, , (), ().Cited by: This book describes how animals obtain, digest and use food and nutrients; how nutrient requirements can be quantified and how nutrient use can affect the environment. The 18 chapters include discussions on nutritional ecology, the nutritive value of animal foods, methods of evaluating nutrient availability in foods, physicochemical composition and digestibility of forages and cereal grains /5(3). grains (cereal grains other than wheat and rice used primarily for animal feed or brew- ing) reached million tons (FAO-AMIS, ). The term “ cereals ” refers to.
Written for senior undergraduate and graduate students, Animal Nutrition Science introduces the fundamental topics of animal nutrition, in a treatment which deals with terrestrial animals in general. Addressing a wider range of topics than the standard animal nutrition texts, the subjects covered include nutritional ecology and the evolution of feeding styles, nutrients (including minerals. All cereal grains are low in calcium and relatively high in phosphorus (Table 2), necessitating the use of supplemental calcium in high-grain diets for beef cattle. The phosphorus content of barley is similar to that of other cereal grains. Barley is higher in potassium than corn, wheat or sorghum. Effect of Barley Varieties on Nutritional Value. Wheat forage seemed to pose a greater tetany hazard than the wheatgrass because wheat had lower values for Ca and higher values for K, K/(Ca + Mg), aconitic acid, ash alkalinity, and HFA. The estimated tetany hazard of the cereal forages was wheat > oats = barley > rye. Composition of Cereal Grains In composition, grains are structurally similar as seen; however, they vary in their nutrient composition, containing varying amounts of carbohydrate, fat, protein, water, vitamins and minerals. The main nutrient component of cereal grains is carbohydrate which makes up % of the dry matter of grain.
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