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This list relates to the semester Semester Two 2014/15 which ended on 02/05/2015
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  1. Essential reading 3 items
    1. Equine nutrition and feeding - David Frape 2010

      Book Essential This is the most comprehensive textbook on equine nutrition. Although lectures will not specifically follow the textbook, this will be a very useful companion to the lecture material. The book will be particularly useful if you have not taken any previous courses on equine nutrition.

    2. Evaluation of a two-stage in vitro technique for estimating digestibility of equine feeds using horse faeces as the source of microbial inoculum - H. Abdouli, S. Ben Attia 2007-1

      Article Essential This paper explains the principles behind the methods used in the practical

    3. Evulation of an in vitro batch culture technique for estimating the in vivo digestibility and digestible energy content of equine feeds using equine faeces as the source of microbial inoculum - R.S Lowman, M.K Theodorou, J.J Hyslop, M.S Dhanoa 1999-7

      Article Essential This paper explains the principles behind the methods used in the practical

  2. Other useful textbooks 2 items
    1. Animal nutrition - Peter McDonald 2011

      Book Further reading

    2. Nutrient requirements of horses - National Research Council (U.S.) c2007

      Book Further reading

  3. Scientific papers relevant to lecture material 1 item
    1. A comparison of the microbiome and the metabolome of different regions of the equine hindgut - Kirsty Dougal, Patricia A. Harris, Arwyn Edwards, Justin A. Pachebat 12/2012

      Article Further reading

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