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Siberian Federal University - KBBE.2011.1.1-03 Efficiency of ruminant digestive systems and reduction of the ecological footprint through a combination of systems biology, 'omics' and nutrition

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Date of filling in 30.11.2010
Organization name Siberian Federal University
Organization adress 79 Svobodny Prospect, Krasnoyarsk, 660041
Department/Unit Standartization and Certification Dept.
Contact person Dr. Tatiana Anikienko, Prof.
Phone + 7 3912 -96-16-16
Fax + 7 3912 -49-79-08
E-Mail Anikienko3@mail.ru

Web-site http://research.sfu-kras.ru/node/4658
Organization type
  • Research
  • Education
Special Programme
Theme
Food, Agriculture and Fisheries, and Biotechnology (KBBE)
Call identifier
FP7-KBBE-2011-5-SME
Topic number KBBE.2011.1.1-03 Efficiency of ruminant digestive systems and reduction of the ecological footprint through a combination of systems biology, 'omics' and nutrition
Call Deadline 25.01.2011
Short description of the organization (max 12 lines): It is our aim to provide outscoring and qualitative higher education meeting the requirements of the world labour market on the basis of close integration of education, research and innovation processes. The university is involved in over 600 R&D project proposals annually,teaching 200 overseas students and receiving 70 foreign professors and researchers.
Expertise offered Higher index of ruminant animals’ digestion and intestinal uptake through enrichment of forage with Jerusalem artichoke. Rational use of the Jerusalem artichoke in ruminant animals‘ feeding will foster the forage higher quality, enrichment with carbohydrates and protein, the ruminent animals‘ diet diversification and finally, a higher productivity. The use of the Jerusalem artichoke in ruminant animals‘ feeding enables cutting heavy metals accumulated in the animals‘ organs and tissues by 2.1-27.8%, obtaining cows‘ productivity by 5.4-9.2% in the basic fat content, the butterfat share growth by 5.4-9.2% and the protein increase by 8.2 -15.4%, improving both gustatory and qualitative properties oft he end food products.
Scientific keywords Jerusalem artichoke; high energy forage; laying-in of fodder technology; forage nutritive value; ruminant animals diet; higher efficiency of digestion and absorption of nutrients; higher index of ruminant animals’ intestinal uptake
Publications on the topic (other references)
  • Environmental, energetic, medical and biological properties of the artichoke: monograph, T. Anikienko and N. Tsuglenok // Krasnoyarsk University of Agriculture. 2008 – 214 p.
  • Impacts of artichoke-based green mass feeding on the cow and dairy products efficiency // Proceedings of the XI International Workshop, Novosibirsk, 25-27 June 2008 / Rosselhosakademia, Siberian Branch. – Novosibirsk, 2008. – Pp. 409-417.
  • Scientific and economic investigation in artichoke-based silage feeding // Veterinary and feeding. – 2008. – No.4. – Pp. 12-13.
  • Artichoke and its products efficiency in lactational cows feeding: scientific and practical reccomendations / T. Anikienko, N. Tsuglenok, V. Kalinikhin // Krasnoyarsk, 2008. – 31 pp.
  • Artichoke as a high-energy feeding plant // Provender milling – 2008. – No.12. – Pp. 25-27.
  • Grain quality and some conditions for its improving: tutorial / T/ Anikienko, O. Pozniakova, M. Yanova, V. Matyushev // Krasnoyarsk University of Agriculture, 2009. – 140 p.
  • Means of feeding diversification at the expense of high-energy feeding plants // Innovations in science and education: experience, challenges and development prospective: Proceedings of the All-Russian workshop with international participation, 2008. – Krasnoyarsk: Krasnoyarsk University of Agriculture, Collected articles. – 17 April 2008. – Pp. 178-181.
  • International Standards / Agro-Siberia, Krasnoyarsk, 2010. – No.44. – P.8-2.
  • Quality management system or requirements to the grains for feeding production // Agro-Siberia – Krasnoyarsk, 2010. – No. 48. – Pp.28-29.
  • Food supplements in products // First Regional Conference. Krasnoyarsk, 2010. – No. – P. 57-59.
Description of previous and present experience in International Cooperation Currently, a joint project proposal with the University of Hohenheim, Germany, is co-developed to investigate international standards for forages in agriculture (DAAD).
Previous participation in EU’s Framework Programme projects