Publication List

Publications Giuseppe Bee

Bee, G.
Conjugated linoleic acids (CLA) markedly modify fatty acid profile of fat tissues in growing pigs (Abstract).
Journal Animal Science, 78, 2000, 157-157.

Bee, G.
Dietary conjugated linoleic acids alter adipose tissue and milk lipids of pregnant and lactating sow.
Journal of Nutrition, 130, 2000, 2292-2298.

Bee, G., Seewer, Germaine J.F., Dufey, P.A.
Effect of comfrey (symphytum peregrinum) fed to pigs on meat quality traits.
EAAP Publication, (100), 2000, 237-242.

Solomon, M.B., Eastridge, J.S., Pursel, V.G., Bee, G., Mitchell, A.D.
Implications of biotechnology: meat quality and value.
Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Reciprocal Meat Conference, 2000, 94-102.

Lemme, A., Wenk, C., Lindemann, M.D., Bee, G.
Chromium yeast affects growth performance and plasma traits but not carcass characteristics of growing-finishing pigs depending on the glycemic index.
Archiv für Tierernährung, 53, 2000, 157-177.

Lemme, A., Wenk, C., Bee, G.
Dreiwertiges Chrom - Wechselwirkungen mit dem Futter.
Agrarforschung, 7, (1), 2000, 30-35.

Lemme, A., Wenk, C., Bee, G.
Einfluss einer Chromzulage in Rationen mit hohem glykämischen Index und variierendem Rohproteingehalt auf die Energie-Verteilung im wachsenden Schwein.
Schriftenreihe aus dem Institut für Nutztierwissenschaften der ETH Zürich, 19, 1999, 161-162.

Lemme, A., Wenk, C., Lindemann, M.D., Bee, G.
Chromium yeast affects growth performance but not whole carcass composition of growing-finishing pigs.
Annales de zootechnie, 48, 1999, 457-468.

Lemme, A., Wenk, C., Bee, G.
Influence of chromium supplementation in diets with high glycemic index and two protein levels on nitrogen utilisation and nutrient accretion in pigs.
Landbauforschung Völkenrode: Sonderhefte, SH 193, 1999, 313-317.

Huwyler, U., Zehne, I., Bee, G., Wenk, C., Wanner, M.
Einfluss von oral in therapeutischer Dosierung verabreichtem Tilmicosin auf den Stoffwechsel des gesunden Ferkels.
Schriftenreihe aus dem Institut für Nutztierwissenschaften der ETH Zürich, 19, 1999, 175-176.

Gebert, S., Bee, G., Pfirter, H.P., Wenk, C.
Phytase and vitamin E in the feed of growing pigs: 2. Influence carcass characteristics, meat and fat quality.
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 81, 1999, 20-30.

Gebert, S., Bee, G., Pfirter, H.P., Wenk, C.
Phytase and vitamin E in the feed of growing pigs: 1. Influence on growth, mineral digestibility and fatty acids in digesta.
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 81, 1999, 9-19.

Gebert, S., Bee, G., Pfirter, H.P., Wenk, C.
Growth performance and nutrient utilisation as influenced in pigs by microbial phytase and vitamin E supplementation to a diet of high oxidative capacity.
Annales de zootechnie, 48, 1999, 105-115.

Forni, D., Bee, G., Kreuzer, M., Wenk, C.
Novel biodegradable plastics in sheep nutrition. 2: Effects of NaOH pretreatment of poly(3-hydroxybutyrate-co-3hydroxyvalerate) on in vivo digestibility and on in vitro disappearance (Rusitec).
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 81, 1999, 41-50.

Forni, D., Bee, G., Kreuzer, M., Wenk, C.
Novel biodegradable plastics in sheep nutrition. 1: Effects of untreated plastics on digestibility and metabolic energy and nitrogen utilization.
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 81, 1999, 31-40.

Forni, D., Wenk, C., Bee, G.
Digestive utilization of novel biodegradable plastic in growing pigs.
Annales de zootechnie, 48, 1999, 163-171.

Werner, P., Kramer, S., Bee, G.
Uncoupling protein (UCP2 & UCP3) expression in different adipose and muscular tissues from pig.
Union Schweizerischer Gesellschaften für Experimentelle Biologie (USGEP), Basel, 14.-15.10.1999, 1999.

Bee, G., Wenk, C.
Influence of two dietary fat sources and energy levels on lipogenic activity in tissues of pigs.
Journal of Animal Science, 77, (S1), 1999, 0-167.

Bee, G., Wenk, C., Messikommer, R.
Effects of chromium yeast on growth performance and serum and carcass traits of broiler chickens.
Archiv für Geflügelkunde, 63, (5), 1999, 214-219.

Bee, G., Messikommer, R., Gebert, S.
Dietary fats and energy levels differently affect tissue lipogenic enzyme activity in finishing pigs.
Fett/Lipid, 1999, 336-342.

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