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Health and fertility challenges in high yielding dairy cows during the transition period and the use of dietary fatty acids as an optimization strategy Miel Hostens Department of Reproduction, Obstetrics and Herd Health Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Ghent University

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    CHAPTER 2 Grummer, R. R., P. C. Hof

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    CHAPTER 2 Kronfeld, D. S. 1982. Maj

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    CHAPTER 2 Nagpal, R., H. Yadav, A.

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    CHAPTER 2 Ryan, D. P., R. A. Spoon,

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    CHAPTER 2 Vanholder, T., J. L. M. R

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    AIMS The main hypothesis of the pre

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    ON FARM EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    Milk production (kg) LACTATION CURV

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    LACTATION CURVE ANALYSIS IN METABOL

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    THE FATTY ACID PROFILE OF SUBCUTANE

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    CHAPTER 4.2 SUBC fat depots in dair

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    CHAPTER 4.2 METHYLATION AND GC ANAL

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    Omental Fat Score CHAPTER 4.2 CORRE

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    CHAPTER 4.2 revealed a strong posit

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    CHAPTER 4.2 DISCUSSION Many studies

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    PC 2 (21.1%) PC 2 (21.1%) CHAPTER 4

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    CHAPTER 4.2 lipogenic rate between

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    CHAPTER 4.2 Chang, J. H. P., D. K.

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    CHAPTER 4.2 Leroy, J. L., P. Bossae

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    CHAPTER 4.2 Vernon, R. G. 1980. Lip

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    THE EFFECT OF DHA ENRICHED MARINE A

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    CHAPTER 5.1 INTRODUCTION Milk produ

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    CHAPTER 5.1 period mineral mixture

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    CHAPTER 5.1 SAMPLING The planned da

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    CHAPTER 5.1 Vlaeminck et al. (2005)

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    CHAPTER 5.1 Table 2. Effect of diet

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    CHAPTER 5.1 Table 4. Effect of diet

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    NEFA, mmol/L Total cholesterol, mmo

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    CHAPTER 5.1 MILK FAT DEPRESSION IN

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    CHAPTER 5.1 NUTRIENT SPARING AND RE

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    CHAPTER 5.1 However, this is minor

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    CHAPTER 5.1 REFERENCES Abu-Ghazaleh

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    CHAPTER 5.1 European Community. 199

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    CHAPTER 5.1 milk composition, and m

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    THE EFFECT OF FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND O

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    22:6n-3 20:4n-6 18:3n-3 18:2n-6 FEE

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    FAME (g/100g) FAME (g/100g) FEEDING

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    FAME (g/100g) FAME (g/100g) FEEDING

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    FAME (g/100g) FAME (g/100g) FEEDING

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    FEEDING OMEGA-6 AND OMEGA-3 FATTY A

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    CHAPTER 6

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    MILK FAT SATURATION AND REPRODUCTIV

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    CHAPTER 6 quest for the optimal bre

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    CHAPTER 6 could not be approximated

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    CHAPTER 6 EFFECT OF UFA AND CVUFA O

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    CHAPTER 6 Table 3. Final multivaria

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    CHAPTER 6 compared with second (115

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    CHAPTER 6 records. The UFA content

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    CHAPTER 6 demonstrate the need for

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    CHAPTER 6 REFERENCES Agarwal, A., S

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    CHAPTER 6 Guerin, P., S. El Mouatas

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    CHAPTER 6 Rooke, J. A., R. G. Watt,

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION METABOLIC DISEAS

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION regards to its s

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION REPRODUCTIVE PER

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION increased body f

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION for the animal F

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION FATTY ACID SUPPL

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION An increased BHB

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION understanding in

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION DISTRIBUTION OR

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION In contrast with

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION IMPLICATIONS FOR

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION CONCLUSIVE REMAR

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION REFERENCES Aarde

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Bilby, T. R., A.

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Chung, B. H., G.

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Eguinoa, P., S.

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Gulliver, C. E.,

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Lean, I. J., A.

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION milk composition

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Pappritz, J., U.

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Scalia, D., N. L

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    GENERAL DISCUSSION Vance, D. E. and

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    SUMMARY

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    SUMMARY cows when compared to H and

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    SUMMARY versus the ALG. Based on me

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    SUMMARY In the final chapter of thi

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    SAMENVATTING De overgang van dracht

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    SAMENVATTING een lebmaagverplaatsin

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    SAMENVATTING het bloed, in het foll

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    CURRICULUM VITAE

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY Hostens, M., V. Fievez

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY Hostens, M., T. Caluwa

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    BIBLIOGRAPHY Van Ranst, B., M. Host

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    DANKWOORD

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    DANKWOORD m’n studies, had ik het

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    DANKWOORD de vakgroep: “Grijp die

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    DANKWOORD overheerlijke maaltijden,

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    DANKWOORD mijn afwezigheid tijdens

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    DANKWOORD Liefste Muis, Liefste Lie

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