Contents
Quality assurance of feeds and nutritional security
Dr. R. K. Singh
Feed borne diseases of farm animals
Dr. A. K. Verma
Qualitative assay for determination of phyto-chemicals
Dr. A. K. Pattanaik,
Emerging importance of feed safety with reference to zoonoses
Dr. Kusumkar Sharma
Estimation of efficiency of microbial protein synthesis and substrate degradation using in vitro gas production technique -II
Dr. A. K. Verma
Role of heat shock proteins to ameliorate climatic stress in bovines
Dr. V. B. Chaturvedi
Heavy metal contamination of animal feeds and its impact on health and production
Dr. A. K. Garg,
m- RNA expression of heat shock proteins
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Pesticides in agriculture and its impact on livestock production
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Estimation of cortisol hormone by radioimmunoassay
Dr. S.E. Jadhav
Assessment of humoral immunity using enzyme linked immunosorbant assay
Dr. S.V.S. Malik
Estimation of methane and short chain fatty acids using gas liquid chromatography
Dr. L.C. Chaudhary
Visit of participants to Farms
Dr. L.C. Chaudhary
National dairy plan and ANIMAL NUTRITION STRATEGIES TO IMPROVE MILK PRODUCTION IN small holder dairy production system
Dr. R.K. Swain
Nutrigenomic and molecular approaches for designer meat production
Dr. S. Kalpana
Holiday (Sunday)
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Holiday (Sunday)
Dr. S.E. Jadhav
Estimation of efficiency of microbial protein synthesis and substrate degradation using in vitro gas production technique -I
Dr. Jagmohan
Global warming with reference to methane production by ruminants and its mitigation strategies
Dr. D. K. Singh,
Status of Food and Nutrition Security in Developing Countries
Dr. M. Sarkar
Ameliorating measures to combat heat stress in farm animals
Dr. Abhijit Mitra
Policies of food security and safety: importance of surveillance and monitoring
Dr. A. K. Pattanaik
Emerging concern for food safety: what should feed manufacturers know?
Dr. T. K. Goswami
Consequences of thermal stress on carcass characteristics
Dr. S. K. Agarwal
Priorities of feed resource research in India
Dr. G.K. Gaur
Estimation of heavy metal in biological samples using atomic absorption spectrophotometer
Dr. S.K. Mendiratta
Emerging role of therapeutic nutrition in health management of livestock
Dr. A. K. Garg
Vector borne diseases of animals under changing climatic scenario
Dr. S. Dey
Estimation of Aflatoxin B1 in feedstuffs
Dr. Ashok Kumar
Environmental and ecological impacts and regulatory framework for use of GM plants
Dr. A.G. Telang
Feed safety and nutritional security: Reorientation of animal science in India
Dr. V.R.B. Sastry
Estimation of Pesticides Residues in biological samples
Dr. N.N. Pathak
Management of dairy animals for clean and safe milk production
Dr. S. Kalpana
Metabolic modifiers for improving animal health and productivity under stress condition
Dr. Asit Das
Feed processing technologies to improve bio-availability of nutrients in farm animals
Dr. S.K. Saha
Plant bio-actives: for nutrition and integrated parasite management in ruminants
Dr. Mihir Sarkar
Estimation of methane production in animals using open respiration calorimetry
Dr. D.N. Kamra
Recent approaches for optimizing gut integrity and health in animals
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Holiday (Saturday)
Dr. Putan Singh
Holiday (Sunday)
Dr. Gyanendra Singh
Food quality and food safety: A public health concern
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Prospects and challenges of organic animal husbandry in India
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Lectures by Participants
Dr. Narayan Dutta
Emerging role of nanotechnology in animal science research
Dr. V. B. Chaturvedi
Estimation of methane and short chain fatty acids using gas liquid chromatography
Dr. A.K. Pattanaik
Indiscriminate use of antibiotics: residual effects in animal food products
Dr. Praveen Singh
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Feed Safety and Nutritional Security under Changing Climatic Scenario
03 Jun 2014 - 23 Jun 2014

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