Phosphorus metabolism in dairy cattle : literature study on recent developments and gaps in knowledge

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Abstract

Goal of this literature study is to define the uncertainties related to P requirement models and ways to make them more precise and more reliable than current systems and to find biomarkers to monitor P balance in living animals. Milk P is an important factor in P balance, and concentration may vary between individual cows. Bone represents a large P reserve and can have a profound impact on cow P balance and plasma P regulation. Plasma P concentration is still the most commonly used diagnostic measurement available to judge the P status of an animal, with all restrictions for good interpretation; new biomarkers defining P status are needed. Further research into mechanisms and quantification of the is needed to improve our understanding of P metabolism.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationWageningen
PublisherWageningen UR Livestock Research
Number of pages36
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Publication series

NameLivestock Research rapport
PublisherWageningen UR Livestock Research
No.910

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dairy cattle
biomarkers
cows
phosphorus
metabolism
animals
uncertainty
bones
milk
monitoring

Keywords

  • dairy cattle
  • phosphorus
  • nutrient requirements
  • animal nutrition
  • metabolism

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Goselink, R. M. A., Klop, G., Dijkstra, J., & Bannink, A. (2015). Phosphorus metabolism in dairy cattle : literature study on recent developments and gaps in knowledge. (Livestock Research rapport; No. 910). Wageningen: Wageningen UR Livestock Research.
Goselink, R.M.A. ; Klop, G. ; Dijkstra, J. ; Bannink, A. / Phosphorus metabolism in dairy cattle : literature study on recent developments and gaps in knowledge. Wageningen : Wageningen UR Livestock Research, 2015. 36 p. (Livestock Research rapport; 910).
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Goselink, RMA, Klop, G, Dijkstra, J & Bannink, A 2015, Phosphorus metabolism in dairy cattle : literature study on recent developments and gaps in knowledge. Livestock Research rapport, no. 910, Wageningen UR Livestock Research, Wageningen.

Phosphorus metabolism in dairy cattle : literature study on recent developments and gaps in knowledge. / Goselink, R.M.A.; Klop, G.; Dijkstra, J.; Bannink, A.

Wageningen : Wageningen UR Livestock Research, 2015. 36 p. (Livestock Research rapport; No. 910).

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Goselink RMA, Klop G, Dijkstra J, Bannink A. Phosphorus metabolism in dairy cattle : literature study on recent developments and gaps in knowledge. Wageningen: Wageningen UR Livestock Research, 2015. 36 p. (Livestock Research rapport; 910).