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Nutrition: the integrative science


, : Nutrition: the integrative science. British Poultry Science 41(1): 5-15

1. Nutrition is a vitally important part of the production environment but also interacts with many other disciplines. 2. Modern breeding methods involving selection for a wider range of characteristics are likely to result in new genotypes with different nutritional needs. Geneticists and nutritionists will have to work closely together in the future to identify nutritional needs of these birds. 3. Collaboration between nutrition and other disciplines has been important in maintaining efficient poultry production and health and preventing or alleviating a number of metabolic disorders 4. There are many new challenges facing nutritionists to maintain health and performance in flocks under more exacting standards of bird welfare and human health. 5. A vigorous contribution from nutritional science and research will continue to be important for the future well-being of the poultry industry.

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PMID: 10821516

DOI: 10.1080/00071660086330


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