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Modelling the Relationship Between Broiler’s Body Weight with some Nutrient in Diets


Topic ID
188

Thesis Topic/Title
Modelling the Relationship Between Broiler’s Body Weight with some Nutrient in Diets

Description

Chicken meats are increasely favored as healthy and delicious dishes on dinning table by Australian families. Phosphorus (P) and Calcium (Ca) are essential nutrient in broiler’s body growth. However, the effect of these two and others on chicks body and bone tissus is intrincated, and consequently too difficult to analyse. This project aims at assisting the pualtry industry, in particular in broiler farming, reduce the production cost while minimising the P residural in the excreta by formulating the most effective and nutriential diets. We approach this by Logit regression and machine learning technology.


Principal Supervisor

Associate Supervisors

Research Affiliations
  • School of Agricultural, Computational and Environmental Sciences

Field of Research
  • Animal Production
  • Statistics

Available Academic Programs

Application Open Date
05/06/2016

Application Close Date
31/12/2020

USQ Scholarship Applications

Pre-approved for Ethics
No

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