Advancia Academy 2018 in Bangkok

The gut under hot climates: challenging microbiota

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Speaker: Prof Richard Ducatelle, Ghent University, Belgium

The most metabolically active cells are the epithelial cells of the intestine, thus the most susceptible cells to oxidative stress. Heat stress is one of the stress factors challenging the intestine from the microbiota to the mucosa.


Advancia Academy 2018: Rearing Birds Under Hot Conditions - Presentations

Advancia Academy 2018 in Bangkok

Feed intake & Palatability

Low protein diets & Feed digestibility under hot conditions

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Speakers: Dr Ferry POERNAMA; Prof Mike KIDD and Prof Velmurugu RAVINDRAN Heat affects gut...

Heat Stress

Rearing birds without AGP under heat challenge

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Speakers: Prof Richard DUCATELLE; Prof Mingan CHOCT and Dr Ferry POERNAMA The complexity of...

Feed intake & Palatability

Appetite and early conditioning, keys to adapt to hot...

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Spaekers: Dr CĂ©cile BERRI ; Dr Anne COLLIN and Prof Eugeni ROURA Conditioning the birds early in...

Heat Stress

Raising poultry in hot tropical environment

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Speaker: Dr Ferry Poernama, Feed Tech Nutrition Director, Japfa Comfeed, Jakarta, Indonesia...

Feed intake & Palatability

Specific dietary appetites in broilers with hyperthermia

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Speaker: Prof Eugeni Roura, Queensland Univ, Brisbane, Australia The 1st consequence of heat...

Heat Stress

Feed digestibility under hot conditions

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Speaker: Prof Ravindran, Poultry Science Department, Massey Univ, New Zealand Nutrient...