|Author:||C.J.C. Phillips,P.C. Chiy|
|Title:||Sodium in Agriculture|
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|Publisher:||Chalcombe Publications (January 1995)|
and Omed, H. M. 1993b. Sodium fertilizer application to pasture. Grass and Forage Science 48: 249–259. Dannenmann, . Buchenauer, D. and Fliegner, H. 1985. The behaviour of calves under four levels of lighting. Applied Animal Behaviour Science 13: 243–258. McDowell, L. R. 1995. Salt in free-choice mineral supplements for grazing livestock. In Sodium in agriculture (ed. Phillips, . Chalcombe Publications, Canterbury. Forms of stereotypie behaviour. In Stereotypie animal behaviour (ed. Lawrence, A. B. and Rushen, ., pp. 7–40. CAB International, Wallingford, UK.
CAB International, Wallingford. Chiy, P. and C. J. C. Phillips, 1995: Sodium in forage crops. In: C. Phillips, and P. Chiy (eds), Sodium in Agriculture, pp. 43Ð69. Chalcombe Publications, Can-terbury. Sodium in forage crops. Relative yields of lablab and velvet bean.
Clive J C Phillips, P C Chiy, David R. Arney, Olav Kärt. A series of experiments was conducted to investigate the effects of sodium fertilizers and supplements on the milk production and mammary health of dairy cows. In Expt 1, where sodium fertilizer wa. More).
Chiy CP & CJC Phillips. 199 J. The ef-fects of sodium chloride application to pasture or its direct supplementation, on dail)' cow production and grazing prefer-enee. Grass & Forage Science. 46:325-33 J. Jaguseh KT, RC Gumbrell, MC Mobley & NP Jay. 1976. ElTects of saIl blocks and roughage as supplements to grazing lueeme 'on growth rate of lambs and incidence of deatlis from red gut. New Zealand Journal of Experimental Agri-culture, 5: 19-22. Table 1. Common Grassland Sllecies, Used In Kentucky Agriculture Classified : According to their Na Uptake.
This book describes the scientific principles of cattle production and critically considers the strengths and weak-nesses of the latest methods of farming dairy and beef cattle. It is particularly directed at students of agriculture, animal science and welfare and veterinary medicine, cattle husbandry advisers and leading farmers. This level of sodium in the sward can be achieved by the application of about 50 kg ha−1 year−1 sodium as a fertilizer, depending on conditions. The grass sodium:potassium ratio is the best guide to the quantity of sodium to apply. and Kärt, O. (2000) Effects of sodium fertilizers and supplements on milk production and mammary gland health. 1983) Vitamin-E status of cattle and sheep.
Clive Phillips studied agriculture are the University of Reading, UK. He then obtained a PhD in dairy cow nutrition and behaviour from the University of Glasgow. Animal Welfare and Animal Rights. Phillips, Clive J. and Kluss, Katrina (2018). Phillips, C. and Zachou, E. (2005) Effects of cadmium in herbage on the apparent absorption of elements by sheep in comparison with inorganic cadmium added to their diet. Ethical perspectives of the Australian live export trade.
C J C Phillips and P C Chiy. Sodium is an essential element yet its role is often under-estimated. The economic consequences of soil salination are also discussed.
Phillips CJC, Chiy PC, Arney DR, Kärt O. Effects of sodium fertilizers and supplements on milk production and mammary gland health. J Dairy Res. 2000;67:1−12. 19. Chiy PC, Phillips CJC. Sodium fertilizer applica-tion to pasture. 4. Effects on mineral uptake and the sodium and potassium status of steers. Grass Forage Sci. 1993;48:260−270. 20. McCoy H, Kenney MA. Magnesium and immune functionrecent findings.
Phillips, C. Youssef, M. Y. Chiy. P. and Arney, D. 1999. Sodium chloride supplements increase the salt appetite and reduce stereotypies in confined cattle. Animal Science 68, 741-748. Arney, D. 2000. Effects of sodiumfertilizers and supplements on milk production and mammary gland health. Schneider, P. Beede, D. K. and Wilcox, C. 1988. Effects of Supplemental Potassium and Sodium Chloride Salts on Ruminal Turnover Rates, Acid-Base and Mineral Status of Lactating Dairy Cows During Heat Stress.
Source estimation in EEG. PhD thesis, University de Liege, Belgium, 2000. Keyword(s): EEG, MEG, Bayesian. Articles in journal, book chapters. V. Litvak, J. Mattout, . Kiebel, C. Henson, J. Kilner, G. Barnes, R. Oostenveld, J. Daunizeau, G. Flandin, . EEG and MEG data analysis in SPM8. Keyword(s): introduction, EEG, ME. . Mattout, C. Phillips, and .