Biology of Growing Animals

This new book series integrates the latest knowledge from the field of the neonatology of production animals into a coherent and detailed overview, and the gap between basic and applied sciences. This critical period of development has consequences for productivity, and is quite distinct from that of the adult animal. The series will comprehensively cover areas ranging from the intestine and stomach of growing animals, to their microbial ecology and metabolism, and more. The authors present their own original, and sometimes controversial, interpretations of the current literature, to form a thought-provoking reference for the reader. Uncharted fields in the existing body of knowledge are also highlighted. This series will be invaluable to academics, veterinarians, clinicians and students with an interest in the early stages of production animal development. View full descriptionHide full description

Latest volumes

4. Biology of Nutrition in Growing Animals
Edited by Rainer Mosenthin, Juergen Zentek, Teresa Zebrowska
Hardbound, 640 Pages
Published: October 2005
ISBN 13: 978-0-444-51232-1

3. Biology of Metabolism in Growing Animals
By Douglas Burrin, Harry Mersmann
Hardbound, 497 Pages
Published: February 2005
ISBN 13: 978-0-444-51013-6

2. Microbial Ecology of Growing Animals
By Wilhelm Holzapfel, Patrick Naughton
Hardbound, 522 Pages
Published: February 2005
ISBN 13: 978-0-444-50926-0

1. Biology of the Intestine in Growing Animals
Edited by R. Zabielski, P. C. Gregory, B. Westrom
Hardbound, 812 Pages
Published: February 2003
ISBN 13: 978-0-444-50928-4

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