in [Brisbane .
Written in English
|Contributions||Australian Academy of Science.|
|LC Classifications||QH543 .S9 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 234 l.|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||60038758|
Symposium “Sustainable animal production in the tropics” (SAPT), Guadeloupe, France, November 15–18, Volume 6 - Special Issue 5 - May Page/Article number: low to high Page/Article number: high to low Title Type Online publication date. Get this from a library! Animals of the tropics. [Cathy Poth; Isabelle Molinard; Pierre Avérous] -- Introduces, in brief text and illustrations, the physical characteristics and habits of a variety of animals that live in hot climates. This new edition appears 30 years after the 1st edition. The increase in knowledge over the years is reflected in the greater length of the book, which now has more pages than the 3rd () edition and over twice the number of the 1st edition. The author has been assisted by 9 contributors, who account for one-third of the text. There can be no doubt that this is a valuable text for all Cited by: This book discusses animal nutrition in the tropics. It is divided into 3 parts. The first part discusses the fundamentals of animal nutrition and is divided into 13 chapters: introduction (1); chemical composition of the tropical feeding stuff (2); digestibility and nutritive value of tropical feeding stuff (3); digestion, absorption and metabolism of nutrients (4); energy evaluation of feeds.
This symposium was sponsored by the Tropical Disease centre, St. Clare's Hospital, New York, in October K. M. CAHILL (p. ), Director of the centre, briefly introduced the symposium, subject and speakers. P. F. RUSSELL (p. ) discussed in interesting detail the history of malaria in the United States and the " debits and credits ". This book has a two-fold significance: first, it is indicative of the maturing of the social sciences, i.e., anthropology and sociology, as the result of the mutual enrichment which they have undergone; and secondly, it contains the results of the application of the methods of social science to certain aspects of what is probably the most important problem of the modern world. 1. To provide a perspective and insight into tropical animal production systems and sustainable local resources management, 2. To discuss the way of how to attain a sustainable local resources management in supporting animal industry in the tropics, 3. To provide a forum in order to exchange information and ideas on animal production systems in. Here are some of the books coming out this month that we are excited about! Elias, A. (). Coral Empire: Underwater Oceans, Colonial Tropics, Visual Modernity. Duke University Press. From vividly colored underwater photographs of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef to life-size dioramas re-creating coral reefs and the bounty of life they sustained, the work ofRead More.
Symposium on Man and Animals in the Tropics. Symposium papers on the role of nuclear energy in Australia's development, June 1st and 2nd, Water, population and Australia's urban future: the Shine Dome, Canberra, March proceedings. increase animal production, and the use of manures to increase crop production. Integration is a way of maximizing outputs (food for the family, farm products for sale, etc.) and minimizing inputs (purchase, labor). Integration on small tropical farms is often lacking, even when possible. Integrating is one of the easiest ways to contribute. Animal production in the tropics. [Mohamed K Yousef;] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mohamed K Yousef. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Selected papers from a symposium held Feb. , at the University of Gezira, Wad Medani, Sudan. Description. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "[Papers of a] symposium jointly arranged by the Tropical Group of the British Ecological Society and the .