Glükoneogenetikus takarmánykiegészítok hatása tejhasznú szarvasmarhák egyes metabolikus és szaporodásbiológiai mutatóira Irodalmi á ttekintés

Translated title of the contribution: Effect of gluconeogenetic feed additives on metabolism and reproduction in dairy cows. literature review

Keresztes Mónika, Faigl Vera, M. Kulcsár, M. Mézes, G. Huszenicza

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Abstract

Supplementing the diet with gluconeogenetic precursors in dairy cows is a commonly used practice to alleviate energy deficiency and to prevent or treat some metabolic disorders, like fatty liver or ketosis. Due to their rapid and efficient absorption and their property to increase the glucose supply as precursors for gluconeogenesis, the most commonly used materials are propylene glycol, glycerol and propionates. However, beside the method and period of supplementation, the energetic condition of the animals alters also their effectiveness. The aim of the authors was to review the literature on the effect of the most frequently used gluconeogenic precursors on milk yield and milk components, on energetic profile and some reproductive parameters.

Original languageHungarian
Pages (from-to)195-203
Number of pages9
JournalMagyar Allatorvosok Lapja
Volume132
Issue number4
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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energy deficiencies
ketosis
propylene glycol
gluconeogenesis
feed additives
fatty liver
metabolic diseases
milk composition
propionates
yield components
Reproduction
glycerol
milk yield
Milk
dairy cows
Propylene Glycol
Ketosis
glucose
metabolism
Gluconeogenesis

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