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第六届“奶牛营养与牛奶质量”国际研讨会 及会议论文征集通知
会议日期:2019-05-03会议地址:

2009年第一届奶牛营养与牛奶质量国际研讨会成功举办以来,已经连续举办了五届。奶牛营养与牛奶质量国际研讨会已成为掌握国际奶业科技最新进展、加强国内外奶业同仁交流和推动中外奶业科技合作的重要平台。当前,国内奶业面临多重挑战,牛奶质量安全愈发敏感,如何提升牛奶质量和降低牛奶安全风险成为摆在奶业同仁面前的重要研究问题。优质乳工程的实施,无疑是解决这一问题的重要途径。

为了推动优质乳工程发展,吸收国际先进的奶业科学技术,共商奶业发展大计,中国农业科学院北京畜牧兽医研究所联合美国奶业科学学会、中国奶业协会和新西兰初级产业部拟定于201953-5日在北京友谊宾馆举办第六届奶牛营养与牛奶质量国际研讨会。现将有关事宜通知如下:

一、会议主题

优质发展

二、会议时间

201953-5

三、会议地点

北京友谊宾馆(北京市海淀区中关村南大街1号,电话:010-68498888

四、组织机构

主办单位:

中国农业科学院北京畜牧兽医研究所

美国奶业科学学会

中国奶业协会

新西兰初级产业部

支持单位:

国际奶业联合研究中心

国家奶业科技创新联盟

动物营养学国家重点实验室

农业农村部奶产品质量安全控制重点实验室

五、会议日程

日期

时间

会议内容

53

(星期五)

全天

注册报到

13:30-17:30

研究生论坛

54

(星期六)

09:00-11:30

开幕式

14:00-17:00

专题一  奶牛营养与牛奶品质

专题二  牛奶质量安全与法规标准

专题三  新西兰优质乳创新

18:00-19:30

千人品鉴优质乳活动

55

(星期日)

09:00-12:00

专题一  奶牛营养与牛奶品质

专题二  牛奶质量安全与法规标准

专题三  新西兰优质乳创新

14:00-16:00

闭幕式

六、研究生论坛论文征集要求

1. 本次征文包括奶牛营养调控、瘤胃微生物学、乳腺细胞生物学、牛奶检测技术开发、奶产品风险评估等领域具有原创性、学术性、前沿性、新颖性等特点的研究论文;

2. 征文将由学术委员会专家集中评审,对符合要求的论文将安排口头报告或展板展示交流,分别设优秀论文一、二、三等奖,并将在会议期间进行颁奖;

3. 论文征集仅限硕士和博士在读研究生,论文请在线提交或发送至会议邮箱,字数限1000字以内,语言为英语;

4. 论文投稿截止日期为 2019 3 25

5. 具体见附件2.

七、部分报告专家

序号

姓名

工作单位

报告主题

1

Jiaqi Wang

中国农业科学院

优质乳技术创新

2

Alessio Fasano

美国哈佛医学院麻省总医院

牛奶活性物质与人体健康

3

Matthew Lucy

美国密苏里大学、Journal of Dairy Science主编

如何撰写奶业科学论文

4

Zhongtang Yu

美国俄亥俄州立大学

奶牛氮利用率提升策略

5

Juan Loor

美国伊利诺伊大学

牛奶品质形成与调控

6

Chris McSweeney

澳大利亚联邦科工组织

瘤胃微生物组

7

Isaac Cann

美国伊利诺伊大学

瘤胃微生物与营养素代谢

8

Geoff Dahl

美国佛罗里达大学、美国奶业科学学会主席

奶牛热应激机理与控制

9

Matthew Lucy

美国密苏里大学、Journal of Dairy Science主编

营养与繁殖

10

Tim McAllister

加拿大农业与农产品部研究中心

瘤胃微生物与营养素代谢

11

Mark Hanigan

美国弗吉尼亚理工大学

奶牛氨基酸代谢

12

Jianghong Meng

美国马里兰大学

牛奶微生物与抗性基因

13

Johanna Fink-Gremmels

荷兰乌德勒支大学

牛奶质量安全提升

14

Soyeurt Hélène

比利时烈日大学

近红外光谱与牛奶检测

15

Nigel French

新西兰梅西大学

基因组追溯食品安全

16

Sara Burgess

新西兰梅西大学

奶牛耐药性

17

Patrick Wall

爱尔兰都柏林大学

牛奶与人体健康

18

Patrick English

新西兰农业发展执行委员会

新西兰奶业介绍

19

Dianne Schumacher

新西兰乳制品公司协会

新西兰奶业介绍

20

Leone Basher

新西兰初级产业部

新西兰食品安全控制概述

21

Andrea Murray

新西兰AsureQuality

新西兰食品安全认证

22

Scott McDougall

新西兰梅西大学

牧场管理提升牛奶品质

23

Dong Zhang

新西兰梅西大学

牛奶嗜冷菌控制

24

Sara Burgess

新西兰梅西大学

牛奶细菌生物膜

25

Susan Morris

新西兰初级产业部

食品风险评估体系

26

Tanya Soboleva

新西兰初级产业部

生乳质量安全风险控制点

27

Leone Basher

新西兰奥塔哥大学

优质乳生产的管理

28

Russell Frew

新西兰奥塔哥大学

食品认证的稳定性同位素分析

 

八、 会议费用

注册费:2019320日前回执1200/人,320日后回执1500/人(学生:320日前回执800/人,320日后回执1200/人)。

参会回执(见附件1)请发送至会议邮箱 jiaqiwang@vip.163.com

住宿与交通费用自理,餐费由会议统一安排。

九、会议赞助

会议设置展台,欢迎企业积极参与会议,具体赞助事宜,请见附件3

十、会务联系方式

联系人:赵圣国、孟璐

 址:北京市海淀区圆明园西路2

中国农业科学院北京畜牧兽医研究所

  话:010-62816069

会议邮箱:jiaqiwang@vip.163.com

会议网站:www.mrtweb.cn

 

 

附件1:第六届奶牛营养与牛奶质量国际研讨会参会回执

附件2:会议论文投稿说明

附件3:会议赞助方案

 

 

 

 

 

中国农业科学院北京畜牧兽医研究所

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附件1:第六届奶牛营养与牛奶质量国际研讨会参会回执

 

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附件2:会议论文投稿说明

The 6th International Symposium on Dairy Cow Nutrition and Milk Quality

 

Instructions to Submit Short Communications

 

 

May 3-5, 2019, Beijing, China

Deadline: March 25, 2019

 

Submissions send to: jiaqiwang@vip.163.com

 

Short communications are invited from graduate students to report their research. The Scientific Committee of the Symposium will review the manuscripts and those accepted will be presented as oral presentations in the Graduate Student Seminars. The entire submission should not exceed 1000 words. The whole paper includes introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Conclusion, and References. The Introduction should introduce only background information pertinent to the study and the objective(s). The Materials and Methods section primary describes the experimental design and major methods. The Results section should describe the main findings and brief interpretation of the results. Figures and tables are allowed in this section. Numeric results should be supported by proper statistical analysis and indicates in the figures or tables. The Conclusion section should report the main conclusion(s) and implication of the findings. Do not repeat the results. No more than 10 references can be cited in the communication and listed in the References section. Manuscripts should be prepared in Microsoft Words, typed in double-space. Please use Times New Roman font at 12 points. Special characters (e.g., Greek, math, symbols) should be inserted using the symbols palette available in this font.

 


 

 

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Response of milk fatty acid profile to different forage sources in diets

 

M. Zhao, D.P. Bu, Y.D. Zhang, X.Q. Zhou, P. Zhang. Y.J. Xu and J.Q. Wang*

State Key Laboratory of Animal Nutrition, Institute of Animal Science, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Beijing, 100193, P.R. China

*Correspondence: wang-jia-qi@263.net

 

Introduction

The profile of fatty acids (FA) is one of the most important indicators to evaluate the dairy milk nutritional value, which lies in the content and form of unsaturated fatty acids (Bauman et al., 2010). Due to the large amount of unsaturated fatty acid (UFA), dairy milk fat is benefit for human health by preventing many illnesses including cardiopathy and carcinogenesisBauman et al., 2010; Elwood et al., 2010).Therefore, the manipulation of milk FA profile has been the focus of extensive research in recent years.The profile of milk FA is determined by many factors, while the forage type is a key influencing factor. (Benchaaret al., 2007;Shingfieldet al., 2005;Khorasaniet al., 2001).The purpose of this study was to evaluate the response of milk fatty acid profile to diets with different forage sources.

Materials and methods

Thirty-two primiparous Holstein dairy cows with similar production performance (55±15 DIM and 33.22±4.57 kg of milk/d) were divided into 2 groups randomly according to the forage sources (MF group, alfalfa and corn silage; CS group, corn straw). The basal diets in two groups were the sameF:C=65:35, DM basis.Basal diets were formulated to meet the nutrient requirement of cows producing 32 kg of 3.5% FCM/d according to the Feeding Standards of Dairy Cattle, China NongYe HangYe Boaozhun/Tuijian-34 (China, NY/t34, 2004). Cows were gradually adjusted to the experimental diets in a 14-d period. The duration of the experiment was 91-d.Cows were fed total mixed ration(TMR) using automatic feeding system. Animal health condition and milk yieldwas monitored and recorded each day during the whole experimental period. Dry matter(DM) contentof TMR and orts were collected weekly and milk samples were collected every other day. Milk fatty acids were analyzed by Gas Chromatography (Agilent Technologies, Hewlett Packard Co., Avondale, PA) fitted with a flame-ionization detector(Khas-Erdene et al., 2010).

Data were analyzed using GLM model of SAS 9.1. Significance level was declared at P<0.01.

Results

The resultsrevealed that different forage sources had significant effect on the dry matter intake (DMI), milk yield, milk fat yield, milk protein percentage and milk protein yield between two groups(P<0.01)(Table 1).

Compared with group CS, the profile of milk fatty acids revealed that group MF had higher proportion of saturated fatty acid(SFA) and short and medium chain fatty acid(SMCFA) (P<0.01). The proportion of unsaturated fatty acid(UFA) and monounsaturated fatty acid(MUFA) of group CS is higher than group MF(P<0.01).(Table 2)

Table 1. Effect of different forages on milk composition

Item

Treatment1

SEM3

P-value

MF

CS

DMI2, kg/d

21.4A

17.4B

0.34

<0.0001

Milk, kg/d

30.5A

23.1B

0.90

<0.0001

Milk fat, %

4.46

4.38

0.13

0.90

Milk fat, kg/d

1.36A

1.01B

0.03

<0.0001

Milk protein, %

3.66A

3.32B

0.07

0.0012

Milk   proteinkg/d

1.11A

0.77B

0.03

<0.0001

1Cows were fed a basal diet supplemented with either alfalfa and corn silage(MF) or corn straw(CS) as forage source.

2DMI=Dry matter intake.

3SEM= Standard error of least squares of means.

A.BExpressed as significant level, P<0.01.

Table2. Effect of different forage types on milk fatty acid (FA) composition(g/100g FA)

Item2

Treatment1

SEM3

P-value

MF

CS

SFA

74.77A

69.93B

2.42

<.0001

UFA

25.23B

30.07A

2.42

<.0001

MUFA

21.63B

26.51A

2.27

<.0001

PUFA

3.60

3.56

0.40

0.2187

LCFA

52.62B

58.98A

2.25

<.0001

SMCFA

47.38A

41.02B

2.25

<.0001

1Cows were fed a basal diet supplemented with either alfalfa and corn silage(MF) or corn straw(CS) as forage source.

2Expressed as different kinds of fatty acid: SFA= Saturated fatty acid; UFA=Unsaturated fatty acid; MUFA=monounsaturated fatty acid; PUFA=polyunsaturated fatty acid; LCFA= Long chain fatty acid; SMCFA=short and medium chain fatty acid.

3SEM=Standard error of least squares of means.

A.BExpressed as significant level, P<0.01.

Conclusions

Forage sources had significant effect on milk fatty acid profile. The diet with corn straw as forage source could significantly increase UFA and LCFA proportion in milk.The high proportions of UFA and LCFA may be due to low milk yield .

References

Bauman, D. E., and A. L. Lock. 2010. Milk fatty acid composition:Challenges and opportunities related to human health.26th World Buiatrics Congr., 278–289.

Elwood, P. C., J. E. Pickering, D. I. Givens, and J. E. Gallacher.2010. The consumption of milk and dairy foods and the incidence ofvascular disease and diabetes: An overview of the evidence. Lipids.45:925–939.

Benchaar C, Petit HV, Berthiaume R, Ouellet DR, Chiquette J, Chouinard PY. 2007. Effects of essential oils on digestion, ruminal fermentation, rumen microbial populations, milk production, and milk composition in dairy cows fed alfalfa silage or corn silage. J. Dairy Sci. 90:886–897.

KJ Shingfield, CK Reynolds, B Lupoli, V Toivonen. 2005. Effect of forage type and proportion of concentrate in the diet on milk fatty acid composition in cows given sunflower oil and fish oil. Anim Sci. 80:225–238.

Khorasani, G. R., Okine, E. K., Kennelly, J. J. 2001. Effeets of forage source and amount of coneentrate on rumen and intestinal digestion of nutrientsin late-lactation cow. J Dairy Sci. 184: 1156-1165.

Khas-Erdene, Wang J Q, Bu D P, Wang L, Drackley J K, Liu Q S, Yang G, Wei H Y, and Zhou L Y. 2010. Short communication: Responses to increasing amounts of free alpha-linolenic acid infused into the duodenum of lactating dairy cows. J Dairy Sci. 93(4):1677-1684.


附件3:会议赞助方案

 

 

赞助等级

享受待遇和服务

金牌赞助

(10万)

1. 享受5个免注册费的参会代表名额;

2. 享受下述“展位赞助”所有服务;

3. 可安排1人做学术报告(10-15分钟);

4.   在会议出版物或会场背板上刊登企业的LOGO或者名称;

5.   公司的1份宣传材料可装入会议资料袋中;

6. 统一制作易拉宝1个在会场摆放。

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(5万)

1. 享受4个免注册费的参会代表名额;

2. 可安排1人做学术报告(10-15分钟);

3.   在会议出版物或会场背板上刊登企业的LOGO或者名称;

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2. 自愿参加会议期间“千人品鉴优质乳活动”,仅限通过优质乳工程验收企业的1款产品;

3. 会议休息期间可以播放60秒的企业或产品宣传片;

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2、  参加“千人品鉴优质乳活动”的企业需自行配备现场品评的产品(一个企业仅提供一种产品)、相关存储设备和1-2名现场工作人员,请严格遵守食品安全要求管理;

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