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Hurtaud et al. on average, fat content was 40.0 ± 4.5 g·kg −1 , protein content was 29.2 ± 1.9 g·kg −1 , liveweight was 584 ± 69 kg and mean lactation stage was 72 ± 21 d. ... Total nitrogen content, non-protein nitrogen matter (NPN), non-casein nitrogen (NCN), casein and urea were assessed according to the methods described by Hurtaud et al.  . ...doi:10.1051/lait:2007030 fatcat:fr2oybswsjfllgyx3kngcp7juy
Cette hypothèse est corroborée par les résultats de Hurtaud et al. (2018) qui ont montré que des rations avec des niveaux bas de matières azotées totales (9 vs 18 %) entraînaient une augmentation de ... Hurtaud et al. (2010 ), et Vanbergue et al. (2018a ont montré qu'une supplémentation en huile de colza, en lin extrudé (3,1 % de la matière sèche ingérée) et en micro-algues (2,5 % de la matière sèche ...doi:10.20870/productions-animales.2020.33.1.3178 fatcat:n4dxcnnt3jc5lg7u3qgye2slgy
Copyright © 2020 Helsens, Calvez, Prevost, Bouju-Albert, Maillet, Rossero, Hurtaud-Pessel, Zagorec and Magras. ...doi:10.3389/fmicb.2020.590902 pmid:33343530 pmcid:PMC7744637 fatcat:gdjzr7jgv5estg2nmqrpet3gy4
acid and filtration), NCN (precipitation at pH 4.6 with 10% acetic acid 246 and 1 M sodium acetate) content, and urea (colorimetric analysis) were determined according 247 to the methods described in Hurtaud ...doi:10.1101/674184 fatcat:lyoxvc6cofembedlnmukqk5dkm
Communications in Computer and Information Science
This paper presents the multi-species Animal Trait Ontology for Livestock (ATOL) and the methodology used for its design. ATOL has been designed as a reference source for indexing phenotype databases and scientific papers. It covers five major topics related to animal productions: growth and meat quality, animal nutrition, milk production, reproduction and welfare. It is composed of species-independent concepts subsuming species-specific ones so that cross-species and species-specific reasoningdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-35233-1_28 fatcat:vloi43ivjff47aslnd2udwtwz4
more »... can be performed consistently. In order to ensure a large consensus, three complementary approaches have successively been applied to its design: reuse of existing ontologies, integration of production-specific livestock traits by a large team of domain experts and curators and terminology analysis of scientific papers. It resulted in a detailed taxonomy of 1,654 traits that is available at
The aim of this study was to validate the measurement of glucose appearance rate using [6,6-2 H 2 ]glucose i.v. infusion in lactating dairy cows. Sample enrichments were analysed by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry. Linearity (enriched solutions) and specificity (enriched plasma) were good: for enrichments ranging between 1.6 and 6.3 mol% excess, the slopes were about 1 and the ordinates at the origin were not different from zero. For a plasma enriched at 3.74 mol% excess, repeatability anddoi:10.1051/rnd:2004012 fatcat:gjqujt4c3fcorf3kaam4n2jbee
more »... long term intralaboratory reproducibility coefficients of variation were 1.31 and 1.90%, respectively. The appearance rates were calculated by two models. The values provided by the steady-state model were not different from those provided by the non-steady-state Steele model. Both models can be used because the treatment effects were similarly discriminated regardless of the model. In our experiments analysing the nutritional effects on Ra in mid-lactating cows, the precision of the method (1.90%) was not the limiting factor to detect a significant difference in Ra compared to the statistical precision obtained with the experimental scheme (4 × 4 and 5 × 5 Latin square design). We conclude that in lactating dairy cows, the measurement of glucose fluxes with this method is relevant and minimally invasive for the animals. dairy cows / glucose metabolism / GC-MS / [6,6-2 H 2 ]glucose / validation Abbreviations: E: enrichment; GC-MS: gas chromatography/mass spectrometry; MPE: mol% excess; Ra: appearance rate; RSD r : coefficient of repeatability; RSD R : coefficient of intralaboratory reproductibility; BW: body weight.
Results from Hurtaud et al.  and Lemosquet et al.  give similar support to the above possibilities. ...  , Hurtaud et al.  with propionic acid (C3) infusion and for Vik-Mo et al.  , Clark et al.  , 0rskov et al.  and Lemosquet et al. ...doi:10.1051/rnd:19980312 fatcat:ajbveb47ojbpnhjnun4x3trk5u
The effect of pasture on CLA c9t11 is specific (Hurtaud et al. 2010a) . ... Hurtaud et al. (2010b) observed the same increase in milk production and decrease in protein and fat contents with an increasing amount of extruded flaxseed in the diet. ...doi:10.1007/s13594-013-0147-0 fatcat:prlfm4anefhkpb3uvv2cnn5p7e
trichloroacetic acid and filtration), NCN (precipitation at a pH of 4.6 with 10% acetic acid and 1 M sodium acetate), and urea (colorimetric analysis) contents were determined according to the methods described in Hurtaud ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0218979 pmid:31774817 pmcid:PMC6881032 fatcat:baihfkaawvccvfzt6gnjiynj2i
Hurtaud et al. (2014) suggested that the seasonal Ca content changes may be due to day length and hot temperature. ... The relationships between milk minerals and production systems have rarely been studied in on-farm conditions (Hurtaud et al. 2014 ). ...doi:10.1007/s13594-016-0300-7 fatcat:6u3horwsjvhdvjqbi3cqste3qu
Isabelle Hue, Jérôme Bugeon, Olivier Dameron, Alice Fatet, Catherine Hurtaud, et al.. ATOL and EOL ontologies, steps towards embryonic phenotypes shared worldwide?. 4. ... CAN., Oct 2013, Hilton Quebec City, Canada. 102 p., 10.1016/j.anireprosci.2014.06.013. hal-01205091 Isabelle Hue, Jérôme Bugeon, Olivier Dameron, Alice Fatet, Catherine Hurtaud, Léa Joret, Marie-Christine ...doi:10.1016/j.anireprosci.2014.06.013 fatcat:oranxqefjfempai657y7ojh6cy
The American Ecclesiastical Review
Le DIALOGUE DE SAINTE CATHERINE DE SIENNE. Traduction nouvelle de Vitalien. Par le R. P. J. Hurtaud, O.P., Maitre en Sacrée Théologie. 2 volumes. Deuxéme édition. P. Lethielleux, Paris. 1913. ...
Pére Hurtaud, O.P., has done more, in Le Dialogue de Sainte Catherine de Sienne (Lethielleux: 2 vols., 5.oofr.), than translate the in- spired revelations of the Saint. ...
*Corresponding author: catherine. hurtaud@ inrae .fr. © 2020, The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc. and Fass Inc. on behalf of the American Dairy Science Association®. ... *Corresponding author: catherine. hurtaud@ inrae .fr. © 2020, The Authors. Published by Elsevier Inc. and Fass Inc. on behalf of the American Dairy Science Association®. ...doi:10.3168/jdsc.2020-18473 fatcat:v5uknhiwwvgstm3k6ldsm6npf4
Le Dialogue de Sainte Catherine de Sienne. From the Italian 2 Vols, 34. Price, By T. A. Fitz- Pp. 222. Price, by Pére J. Hurtaud, O.P. 4e édit. 1% v. Ixxxiv, 398; xi, 358. oo fr. Price, 5. 1914. ...
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