De l Usage du Lait dans le traitement de la phthisie pulmonaire

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  • Date de sortie: 1803
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Le Guide pratique du musulman

  • Auteur: Ayatolâh Sayyed Ali Al-Sistâni
  • ISBN: 2922223094
  • Date de sortie: 2003-01-17
  • Collection: GUIDE PRATIQUE DU MUSULMAN
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Dromadaires et chameaux animaux laitiers

  • Auteur: Pascal Bonnet
  • ISBN: 2876143070
  • Date de sortie: 1998-01-01
  • Collection: Editions Quae
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Production de Prot ines Dans Le Lait en R ponse Des Profils en Acides Amin s Intestinaux Chez la Vache Laiti re Diff rents Niveaux D apport de Prot ines Digestibles Dans L intestin

  • Auteur: Muhammad Naveed ul Haque
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@Decreasing the supply of protein truly digestible in the small intestine (PDI) to dairy cows is a way to reduce nitrogen excretion in environment however it also decreases milk protein yield without increasing PDI supply. This is evident in the studies where Lysine (Lys) and Methonine (Met) were balanced n high PDI diets. Beyond Lys and Met, literature to see the effects of balancing other EAA on dairy cow's performance is limited. Further, literature is inconsistent to conclude whether balancing the supply of EAA in low PDI diets could be equally effective as it proved to be in high PDI diets. Our objectives in this thesis were : 1) to refine the proposed ideal requirements of other EAA and to compare the increase in PDI efficiencies when diets were balanced with 2 (Lys, Met), 3 or all 9 EAA ; and 2) to see whether balancing EAA profile increase milk protein yield similarly at low vs. high PDI based diets and how mammary metabolism modifies with these changes. The results of these studies validate following requirements for EAA in dairy cows : 2.5 % of PDI for Histidine 8.9% of PDI for Leucine, 5.2 % of PDI for Phenylalanine. PDI quality of diet based on corn-silage and soybean meal should account for Lys, Met, Histidine and Leucine concentrations. Balancing EAA profile increased PDI efficiency of conversion to milk by 7%-8% similarly in low vs. high PDI based diets. The increase in milk protein yield is a function of EAA uptake by mammary gland. In conclusion this research clearly demonstrate that balancing EAA profile of diet is an effective mean of decreasing PDI intake while maintaining milk protein yield at a similar level observed by providing high PDI based diets.

Marguerite Yourcenar

  • Auteur: Jeanine S. Alesch
  • ISBN: 9781883479565
  • Date de sortie: 2007-01-01
  • Collection: Summa Publications, Inc.
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Le lait et les produits laitiers italiens

  • Auteur: International Dairy Federation. Italian Committee
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A Constant Journey

  • Auteur: Erika Ostrovsky
  • ISBN: 9780809316427
  • Date de sortie: 1991
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From the creation of a neuter pronoun in her earliest work, L’Opoponax, to the confusion of genres in her most recent fiction, Virgile, non, Monique Wittig uses literary subversion and invention to accomplish what Erika Ostrovsky appropriately defines as renversement, the annihilation of existing literary canons and the creation of highly innovative constructs. Erika Ostrovsky explores those aspects of Wittig’s work that best illustrate her literary approach. Among the countless revolutionary devices that Wittig uses to achieve renversement are the feminization of masculine gender names, the reorganization of myth patterns, and the replacement of traditional punctuation with her own system of grammatical emphasis and separation. It is the unexpected quantity and quality of such literary devices that make reading Monique Wittig’s fiction a fresh and rewarding experience. Such literary devices have earned Wittig the acclaim of her critics and peers—Marguerite Duras, Mary McCarthy, Alain Robbe-Grillet, Nathalie Sarraute, and Claude Simon, to name a few. While analyzing the intrinsic value of each of Wittig’s fictions separately, Erika Ostrovsky traces the progressive development of Wittig’s major literary devices as they appear and reappear in her fictions. Ostrovsky maintains that the seeds of those innovations that appear in Wittig’s most recent texts can be found as far back as L’Opoponax. This evidence of progression supports Ostrovsky’s theory that clues to Wittig’s future endeavors can be found in her past.
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