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Leanness in Domestic Birds: Genetic, Metabolic and Hormonal Aspects

0_b307d_a836905c_LEdited by B. Leclercq, C. C. Whitehead

Pages: 405
Publisher: —
Edition: 1st ed., 1988
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0408010363
ISBN-13: 978-0408010368

Description

Chapter 1 – Strategies of selection for leanness in meat production, Pages 3-23, J. Mallard, M. Douaire
Chapter 2 – Genetic selection of meat-type chickens for high or low abdominal fat content, Pages 25-40, B. Leclercq
Chapter 3 – Selection for leanness in broilers using plasma lipoprotein concentration as selection criterion, Pages 41-57, C.C. Whitehead
Chapter 4 – Selection for leanness: results of the Spelderholt experiment, Pages 59-69, F.R. Leenstra
Chapter 5 – Experimental divergent selection on abdominal fat in broilers — parental female and male type lines and their crosses, Pages 71-86, A. Cahaner
Chapter 6 – Development of lean and fat lines of chickens by sire family selection procedures, Pages 87-93, M.S. Lilburn, D.J. Myers-Miller
Chapter 7 – Relationships between feed intake, energy balance and adiposity, Pages 97-107, J.M. Forbes
Chapter 8 – Energy metabolism in genetically fat and lean birds and mammals, Pages 109-120, M.G. MacLeod, P.A. Geraert
Chapter 9 – Intermittent feeding responses in genetically fat and lean chickens, Pages 121-123, F.L. Lefebvre, S.P. Touchburn, C.W. Chan
Chapter 10 – Hyperphagia is not the primary cause of fatness in broilers selected for high plasma lipoprotein concentration, Pages 125-126, C.C. Whitehead
Chapter 11 – The influence on leanness of selection for feed efficiency, Pages 127-128, P. Sørensen
Chapter 12 – Divergent selection for residual feed intake in laying hens: effects on growth and fatness, Pages 129-132, M. Tixier, A. Bordas, P. Merat
Chapter 13 – The influence of intermittent light on broiler performance and on patterns of food intake, Pages 133-134, J. Buyse, E. Decuypere
Chapter 14 – Size and enzyme activity in the gastrointestinal tract of broiler lines divergently selected on abdominal fat, Pages 135-137, Z. Nitsan, S. Keren-Zvi, I. Nir, A. Cahaner
Chapter 15 – Fat deposition in birds, Pages 141-174, I. Nir, Z. Nitsan, S. Keren-Zvi
Chapter 16 – Plasma lipoprotein metabolism and fattening in poultry, Pages 175-201, H. Griffin, D. Hermier
Chapter 17 – Avian adipose tissue: growth and metabolism, Pages 203-222, S.C. Butterwith
Chapter 18 – Activities of NADPH-generating enzymes in genetically fat and lean chickens, Pages 223-228, E.A. Asante, G. Bulfield
Chapter 19 – Selecting broilers for high or low plasma VLDL concentration: comparison of in vivo lipogenesis between fat and lean lines, Pages 229-231, E.A. Asante, H.D. Griffin
Chapter 20 – Hepatic Δ9 desaturating activity in genetically lean and fat chickens, Pages 233-234, P. Legrand, P. Lemarchal
Chapter 21 – Plasma phospholipids and triglycerides in four experimental lines genetically different in their fattening, Pages 235-237, B. Leclercq, G. Guy
Chapter 22 – In vitro sensitivity of adipocytes from lean or fat chickens to glucagon and to an analogue of adenosine, Pages 239-242, B. Leclercq, B. Chevalier, M. Derouet, J. Simon
Chapter 23 – Pancreatic hormones other than insulin in birds, Pages 245-252, P. Mialhe, H. Karmann, F. Laurent, R. Gross
Chapter 24 – Insulin in birds: metabolic effects and possible implications in genetically fat and lean chickens, Pages 253-268, J. Simon
Chapter 25 – Insulin secretion in birds, Pages 269-294, N. Rideau
Chapter 26 – Thyroid hormones, corticosterone, growth hormone and somatomedins in avian species: general effects and possible implications in fattening, Pages 295-312, E. Decuypere, J. Buyse
Chapter 27 – Plasma thyroid hormone levels in divergent lines of lean and fat broilers, Pages 313-321, M.A. Mitchell
Chapter 28 – Plasma pancreatic hormones in genetically fat and lean chickens, Pages 323-325, H.D. Dimock, E.B. Marliss, S.P. Touchburn
Chapter 29 – Correlations between plasma glucose and adiposity in genetically fat and lean chickens, Pages 327-328, F.L. Lefebvre, S.P. Touchburn, J.F. Hayes, C.W. Chan
Chapter 30 – Protein turnover and energy metabolism in animals: interactions in leanness and obesity, Pages 331-361, G.E. Lobley
Chapter 31 – Amino acid and protein metabolism in genetically lean and fat lines of chickens, Pages 363-374, C.L. Saunderson
Chapter 32 – Selection for leanness and carcass quality, Pages 377-386, F.H. Ricard, C. Touraille
Chapter 33 – Commercial consequences of selecting for leanness in poultry, Pages 387-396, M.S. Lilburn
Chapter 34 – Conclusions of the symposium: objectives, results and future developments, Pages 399-401, B. Leclercq


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