Adapting the feed, the animal and the feeding techniques to improve the efficiency and sustainability of monogastric livestock production systems
Adapting the feed, the animal and the feeding techniques to improve the efficiency and sustainability of monogastric livestock production systems

FeedUtiliGene: free tool for modelling the biological functions in pigs and poultry

Authors: 
Kaposvár University, INRAE, Newcastle University
Publication date: 
13 February 2020
Full title: 
FeedUtiliGene: a free tool for modelling the biological functions in pigs and poultry
Publishing information: 
Feed-a-Gene, January 2020
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Abstract: 

FeedUtiliGene is a free software tool that demonstrate the modelling of biological functions in pigs and poultry. It contains 6 modules: a digestion module, a parameter estimation module, a nutrient partitioning module simulating energy, amino acid, and phosphorus utilization, a fatty acid module for pigs, a robustness module, and a stochastic module.

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FeedUtiliGene was developed within the Feed-a-Gene project by a team of researchers from Kaposvár University, INRAE, Newcastle University, IRTA, Cobb and AFZ.

Contact: Veronika Halas (halas.veronika@ke.hu)

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