Algunas aplicaciones de la biotecnología en nutrición de rumiantes


  • Alis Teresa Márquez Araque Universidad Centroccidental Lisandro Alvarado. Decanato de Ciencias Veterinarias. Departamento de Nutrición y Forrajicultura. Venezuela

Palabras clave:

Biotecnología, nutrición, rumiantes


En el campo de la nutrición de rumiantes, la biotecnología ofrece herramientas de diferentes fuentes y aplicación diversa, que incluyen: la intervención genética de plantas, modificación genética de microorganismos, productos a base de microorganismos benéficos, complejos de enzimas fibrolíticas, y procesos de bio-conversión. La aplicación de herramientas biotecnológicas es útil para mejorar el valor nutritivo de forrajes y otros alimentos, la salud y el rendimiento animal, así como también proporciona beneficios para él ambiente, siempre y cuando se promueva el uso con conciencia, ética y racionalidad. En este documento se describen algunas de las técnicas o prácticas biotecnológicas de mayor uso o potencial aplicación en nutrición de rumiantes.


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