New Protein Foods - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780120548040, 9781483215969

New Protein Foods

1st Edition

Animal Protein Supplies

Editors: Aaron M. Altschul Harold L. Wilcke
eBook ISBN: 9781483215969
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th December 1981
Page Count: 400
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Description

New Protein Foods, Volume 4: Animal Protein Supplies, Part B covers the realities of the world food problems, with special emphasis on protein supply.
The book discusses the upper limits of livestock production; the government policy and the production of animal protein; and the nutritional and metabolic impact of variable protein intake in human. The text also describes the developments in pork production; issues in poultry production; as well as the use of small ruminants as food producers. The role of lysine and methionine fortification in animal and human nutrition is also considered. The book further tackles the use of microorganisms as feed and food protein; noncompetitive sources of carbohydrates for animal feeding; and recycling of animal wastes by feeding. The text concludes by discussing issues of affluent society malnutrition as the counterpart to the problems of scarcity.
Nutritionists, agriculturists, economists, and people involved in public health and animal research will find the book invaluable.

Table of Contents


List of Contributors

Preface

Animal Production and Consumption

A. General Considerations

Chapter I. The Upper Limits of Livestock Production

Chapter II. Government Policy and the Production of Animal Protein: An International Perspective

Chapter III. The Nutritional and Metabolic Impact of Variable Protein Intake in Man

B. Swine, Poultry, and Small Ruminants

Chapter IV. Developments in Pork Production

Chapter V. Issues in Poultry Production

Chapter VI. Small Ruminants as Food Producers

C. Noncompetitive Sources of Food and Feed

Chapter VII. Amino Acid Fortification

Chapter VIII. Microorganisms as Feed and Food Protein

Chapter IX. Noncompetitive Sources of Carbohydrates for Animal Feeding

Chapter X. Recycling of Animal Wastes by Feeding

Commentary on the Protein Problem

Chapter XI. Protein—Requirements, Availability, Preferences

Chapter XII. Protein Food Models

Index




Details

No. of pages:
400
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1981
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9781483215969

About the Editor

Aaron M. Altschul

Harold L. Wilcke