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In: In Bildern denken?
In: Die tätowierte Wand
In: Representation in Religion
in Der Neue Pauly Online

Today’s feed industry is working to meeting the growing global demand and to further enhance its sustainability. Biotechnological tools to maximize production efficiency and animal health and to reducing nutrient excretion support the strive towards these goals. The use of enzymes increases nutrition utilization and thus can broaden the range of feed ingredients that can efficiently be used in nutrition. Probiotics and yeast products have been shown to stabilize the gut ecosystem and to optimizing intestinal function and health. Yeast products have also been shown to support immune function. Organic minerals being in a form of high bioavailability offer an effective strategy for improving the efficiency of feeding trace minerals and for reducing environmental burden. In the future, algae could play a major role as novel protein sources, as a tool to provide long chain essential fatty acids or other nutrients in highly available forms into the feed and food chain.

In: Poultry and pig nutrition
Kognitive Potentiale von Visualisierung in Kunst und Wissenschaft
'Ein Bild sagt mehr als tausend Worte?' Worin gründet diese besondere 'Sagkraft' der Bilder, wie sind epistemische Gehalte von Bildern denkbar, die sich einer sprachlichen Vermittlung entziehen, ja: ein genuin bildliches, nicht-sprachliches Erkenntnispotential für sich einfordern? Mit Beiträgen von Reinhard Brandt (Marburg), Gottfried Gabriel (Jena), Marc Greenlee (Regensburg), Norbert Hosten (Greifswald), Oliver Jehle (Regensburg), Max J. Kobbert (Münster), Ulrich Nortmann (Saarbrücken), Alessandro Nova (Florenz), Regine Prange (Frankfurt am Main), Peter J. Schneemann (Bern), Oliver R. Scholz (Münster), Peter Schreiber (Stralsund), Peter Springer (Oldenburg), Jakob Steinbrenner (München), Christoph Wagner (Regensburg) und Michael F. Zimmermann (Eichstätt).