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Efeito da inclus o do caro o de algod o sobre o consumo, digestibilidade e balan o da energia em dietas para ovinos
Rogério M.C.P.,Borges I.,Teixeira D.A.B.,Rodriguez N.M.
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia , 2002,
Abstract: Vinte e cinco carneiros castrados, em delineamento inteiramente ao acaso, foram utilizados para avaliar o efeito de níveis crescentes de inclus o (0, 12, 24, 35 e 45%) de caro o de algod o integral (Gossypium hirsutum) à dieta básica de feno de "Tifton 85" (Cynodon spp.) sobre a digestibilidade aparente da energia bruta, sobre os consumos de energia digestível e metabolizável por unidade de tamanho metabólico, e sobre o balan o energético. O consumo de energia digestível aumentou até o nível de 24% de inclus o de caro o de algod o integral (192,58 Kcal/kg0,75/dia). O balan o energético foi positivo para todas as dietas em virtude do atendimento aos requisitos energéticos de manten a. Os animais que receberam 24% de inclus o do caro o de algod o integral à dieta tiveram maior consumo de energia e melhores digestibilidade e balan o energético.
Efeito do nível de caro?o de algod?o sobre a digestibilidade da fibra dietética do feno de Tifton 85 (Cynodon spp.) em ovinos
Rogério, M.C.P.;Borges, I.;Teixeira, D.A.B.;Rodriguez, N.M.;Gon?alves, L.C.;
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-09352004000500015
Abstract: the study aimed to evaluate the influence of increasing levels of whole cottonseed (gossypium hirsutum) on intake of dry matter (dm), organic matter (om), crude protein (cp) and ether extract (ee) and apparent digestibility (%) of neutral detergent fiber (ndf) and acid detergent fiber (adf), hemicellulose and cellulose of experimental diets based on tifton 85's hay (cynodon spp.). twenty five sheep were randomly allotted to five treatments in a completely randomized design with five replicates. the treatments were formulated to contain zero; 12; 24; 35 and 45% of whole cottonseed. higher crude protein and ether extract intakes were observed for 45% whole cottonseed diets, but no significant differences were observed for dry matter and organic matter intakes. digestibility coefficients of ndf, adf and cellulose decreased with inclusion of whole cottonseed, but this was not observed for hemicellulose. diets containing 12 and 24% of whole cottonseed presented the best results related to ether extract and crude protein intakes and fibrous fractions digestibility coefficients.
Efeito da inclus?o do caro?o de algod?o sobre o consumo, digestibilidade e balan?o da energia em dietas para ovinos
Rogério, M.C.P.;Borges, I.;Teixeira, D.A.B.;Rodriguez, N.M.;Gon?alves, L.C.;Silva, A.G.M.;
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-09352002000500005
Abstract: twenty five castrated male sheep in a completely randomized design were used to evaluate the effect of increasing level of whole cottonseed (gossypium hirsutum) (0, 12, 24, 35 and 45%) to a basic diet of tifton 85's hay (cynodon spp.) on apparent digestibility of crude energy and consumption of digestible and metabolizable energy per unit of metabolic size and energy balance. consumption of digestible energy increased to 24% of addition of whole cottonseed (192.58 kcal/kg0,75/day). since the energy requirements were supplied, the energy balance was positive for all diets. animals fed on 24% whole cottonseed diets had higher energy comsuption, digestibility and energy balance.
Efeito do nível de caro?o integral de algod?o sobre o consumo e digestibilidade aparente da fra??o fibrosa do feno de braquíaria (Brachiaria decumbens) em ovinos
Teixeira, D.A.B.;Borges, I.;
Arquivo Brasileiro de Medicina Veterinária e Zootecnia , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-09352005000200015
Abstract: the effect of increasing level of whole cottonseed (0, 12, 24, 35 and 49%) to a basic diet of brachiaria decumbens hay on digestibility coefficient of neutral detergent fiber (ndf), acid detergent fiber (adf), hemicellulose and cellulose was evaluate in sheep. twenty five castrated male sheep were randomly allotted to the treatments. no differences between treatments for consumption and digestibility of ndf were observed. the pattern of the digestibility coefficient of adf was similar for all treatments, except for treatment with 49% of whole cottonseed. the pattern of the digestibility coefficient of cellulose was similar to the corresponding digestibility coefficient of adf. the digestibility coefficient of hemicellulose for treatments with whole cottonseed was larger than that with no cottonseed.
Medical Waste Generation in Hospitals and Associated Factors in Ibadan Metropolis, Nigeria
A.B. Wahab,D.A. Adesanya
Research Journal of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology , 2011,
Abstract: The study was conducted to determine the quantities of waste generated in selected hospitals in Ibadan Metropolis Nigeria and examine the factors that influenced the choice of methods and facilities used in managing waste generated. Eight hospitals were selected through systematic random sampling procedure using a sample size of 20% out of 21 public hospitals and 10% out of 42 private hospitals that rendered tertiary or secondary health-care services representing four public and private hospitals respectively. The results from the study revealed that public hospitals generated waste between 0.37 and 1.25 Kg/head/day while private hospitals generated between 0.12 and 0.28 Kg/head/day. It was established that infectious waste represented the highest rate of waste generation with 32.43% in Adeoyo; 28.57% in Jericho; 35.71% in Ring Road; 32.14% in Oni; 30.00% in Alaafia; 20.00% in Molly, 31.58% in Gold Cross and 38.89% in St. Lucia Hospitals The study showed that financial capability was the most important factor that influenced public hospitals with relative important index value of 4.05 in the choice of facilities and methods used to manage waste generated. Other factors in order of importance were waste characteristics (3.97) and type of hospital (3.87). In private hospitals, the most important factor was financial capability (3.76) and other factors in order of importance were technical know-how of the manpower (3.52) and waste characteristics (3.41). The study suggests that there is need to develop better medical waste management policies.
Training and Development, Impact on the Performance of Home Economics Teachers and School Improvement in District II of School Division in Lagos State, Nigeria
L.B. Ojo,D.A. Olaniyan
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: This study examines the impact of Training and Development on the performance of Home Economics Teachers and School Improvement. A survey research design was employed for the study. A Total Population of 132 respondents was selected for the study. A co-efficient of 0.82 was obtained for the instrument. The findings of the study revealed among others that training and development has a positive impact on the performance of Home Economics Teachers. The study recommended that teachers should be encouraged to go for in-service training. This will brighten-up their ideas and enable them to know more about the recent developments in their subject area.
Effective Time Management in Organization Panacea or Placebo
L.B. Ojo,D.A. Olaniyan
The Social Sciences , 2013,
Abstract: The need to help staff get organized thereby reducing stress, freeing up time to do other activities and improving work performance and productivity has been more vigorously stressed in the recent times than in the past. This study examines a practical guide on how to manage your schedule, staff and your life. Basic rules of organizing, planning are explore strategies, techniques and learning to use this process will help the organization control its financial future and improve productivity. It offers suggestions on how to develop effective work habits and manage yourself effectively with respect to time.
Distributed Self-Localisation in Sensor Networks using RIPS Measurements
M. Brazil,M. Morelande,B. Moran,D.A. Thomas
Lecture Notes in Engineering and Computer Science , 2007,
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Genesis 38 binne die Josefverhaal: ’n Literêr-sosiologiese perspektief
D.A. Viljoen,P.P.B. Breytenbach
HTS Theological Studies/Teologiese Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.4102/hts.v58i4.706
Abstract: The placing of Genesis 38 within the Joseph narrative: A literary sociological perspective A review of research on Gen 38 defines it as a literary riddle. The reasoning of this passage’s positioning and function within the Joseph narrative leads to a maze of different viewpoints. This article systematizes research on Gen 38 into three basic viewpoints: [1] Gen 38 forms an intrinsic part of the Joseph narrative; [2] Gen 38 is an independent literary unit; [3] Gen 38 is dialectically related to the Joseph narrative. Gen 38 reflects a polemical Southern perspective of the Kingdom of Judah against a Northern perspective of the Kingdom of Israel. This viewpoint links up with the argument that Gen 38 should be seen as dialectically related to the Joseph narrative.
Evaluation of regional acid sensitivity predictions using field data: issues of scale and heterogeneity
B. Reynolds,C. Neal,D.A. Norris
Hydrology and Earth System Sciences (HESS) & Discussions (HESSD) , 2001,
Abstract: An acid waters sensitivity map has been widely used as a background resource for assessing potential impacts of forest management on stream water acidity within Wales. The validity of this approach has been explored by comparing predicted acid sensitivity with the observed acid neutralisation capacity (ANC) in stream runoff using data sets from two regional surveys of a major area of acidification concern in Wales. For catchments in excess of 20 ha, the acid sensitivity predictions are generally upheld, although biologically important extremes of acidity are not predicted. For smaller catchments of 2 to 5 ha area, the large observed variations in ANC are poorly predicted from the acid sensitivity map; there is no statistically significant relationship between predicted sensitivity and measured baseflow and stormflow ANC values for the catchments. This reflects the high degree of heterogeneity within catchments and the complexity of soil and groundwater interactions. The maps offer a starting point for assessing sensitivity. However, they provide no more than a very crude indication at the scale of interest to forestry managers. It is concluded that a more appropriate route for assessing sensitivity is via field measurement and the direct use of water quality and biological information. Keywords: streams, forestry, acidification, acid sensitivity mapping, ANC, Wales
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