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Feed Additives for Animal Nutrition 2016

発行 Animal Pharm 商品コード 373394
出版日 ページ情報 英文 85 Pages
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動物栄養向け飼料添加物の世界市場 Feed Additives for Animal Nutrition 2016
出版日: 2016年09月01日 ページ情報: 英文 85 Pages
概要

当レポートでは、世界の動物栄養向け飼料添加物の市場について分析し、製品の概要や関連法令、主要製品の特性や市場動向見通し、今後の市場成長の方向性などについて調査しております。

エグゼクティブ・サマリー

第1章 イントロダクション

第2章 飼料添加物の関連法令

第3章 有機酸・無機酸

第4章 抗酸化剤と自動酸化

第5章 フレーバー

第6章 着色料

第7章 酵素

第8章 乳化剤・安定化剤・濃厚剤・ゲル化剤

第9章 微生物

第10章 アミノ酸

第11章 マイコトキシン (カビ毒) 抑制用添加物

第12章 植物性化学物質および植物性飼料添加物

第13章 抗コクシジウム薬・抗ヒストモナス薬

第14章 飼料添加物市場の将来性

第15章 結論

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Product Code: AN-PH-001

Animal nutrition is a major business activity across the world and feed additives make an important contribution to all aspects of animal production. With food security and feed additive research and development inextricably linked, the feed additive industry remains an important player in global animal-origin food production for the foreseeable future.

The development and introduction of various new feed additives is a major and practical solution to improving the efficiency of animal production, alleviating environmental pollution, maintaining animal health and welfare, and ensuring that food is safe and of good quality. However, the challenge for the feed additive industry is to continue improving animal productivity so that more human food can be obtained from the limited availability of feed raw material.

This thoroughly revised and updated report covers the complex and divergent legislative requirements for feed additives in the EU and USA. It also includes chapters on the key roles of organic and inorganic acids; antioxidants and autoxidation; flavours; colourants; enzymes; emulsifying and stabilising agents, thickeners and gelling agents; micro-organisms; amino acids; mycotoxin control additives; phytochemicals and phytogenic feed additives; and cocciodiostats and histomonostats.

It also delves in the improvements that feed additives may have on overall animal health and performance, which can influence the characteristics of human food products. Additionally, feed additives can improve the structure of pellet quality, for example, and enhance shelf-life by preventing microbial spoilage and autoxidation of feeds.

Table of Contents

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Executive Summary

1. Introduction

2. Feed Additive Legislation

3. Organic and Inorganic Acids

4. Antioxidants and Autoxidation

5. Flavours

6. Colorants

7. Enzymes

8. Emulsifying and Stabilising Agents, Thickeners and Gelling Agents

9. Micro-Organisms

10. Amino Acids

11. Mycotoxin Control Additives

12. Phytochemicals and Phytogenic Feed Additives

13. Cocciodiostats and Histomonostats

14. The Future for Feed Additives

15. Conclusion

  • References

Figures & Tables

  • Table 1. Major annual antibiotic use in animal production in the USA in 2014
  • Table 2. Volume of animal feed production in the EU-28 in 2014 and 2015
  • Table 3. Functional groups of feed additive that contain organic acids
  • Table 4. Most common organic acids used as feed additives
  • Table 5. Effect of protected sodium butyrate on colonization of gastrointestinal organs in broiler chickens, orally inoculated with 10 5 cfu of Salmonella Enteriditis five days posthatch
  • Table 6. Global market value of organic acids used in animal nutrition
  • Table 7. Antioxidants permitted for use in foods in the European Union
  • Table 8. Some companies involved in feed flavour manufacture and sales
  • Table 9. Major colorants permitted for use in feed in the EU and their commercial origin
  • Table 10. Non-starch polysaccharides (NSP) in various feed raw materials
  • Table 11. Enzymes used as feed additives and their origin
  • Figure 1. The structure of lysophospholipids
  • Table 12. Micro-organisms authorised as silage additives
  • Table 13. Micro-organism authorised as probiotics
  • Table 14. Amino acids authorized as nutritional additives.
  • Table 15. Major mycotoxins found in feed raw materials and associated toxigenic mould species
  • Table 16. Aflatoxin B1 content of feedstuffs permitted in the European Union
  • Table 17. Some guidance values for mycotoxins proposed by the EU in animal feed materials
  • Table 18. Plants used in phytochemical feed additives
  • Table 19. Coccidiostats authorised for use in the EU
  • Table 20. Effect of grape seed proanthocyanidin extract (GSPE) on gastrointestinal lesion scores and mortalities of broiler chicks after infection with Eimeria tenella
  • Figure 2. The production chain from feed raw materials to human food
  • Figure 3. Conversion pathway of basic raw materials into human foods of plant and of animal origin
  • Table 21. Broiler growth characteristics in 1950, 1978 and 2005
  • Table 22. The food production chain and associated feed additives
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