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Takahashi Hideyuki Last modified date:2021.08.27

Associate Professor / Animal and Marine Bioresource Sciences / University Farm,Kyushu University / Faculty of Agriculture


Presentations
1. Haruichi Kanaya, Mohamed M. Mansour, Shuya Yamamoto, Osamu Takiguchi, Moeka Ikedo,Koji Hori, Tetsuji Etoh, Yuji Shiotsuka, Ryoichi Fujino, Hideyuki Takahashi, Battery-less vital sensor platform for cattle, International Conference on BioSensors, BioElectronics, BioMedical Devices, BioMEMS/NEMS & Applications, 2019.12.
2. Takafumi Gotoh, Sithyphone Khounsaknalath, Hideyuki Takahashi, Tetsuji Etoh, Yuji Shiotsuka, Impacts of feeding patterns with concentrate and/or roughage on body weight and intramuscular fat content at slaughter in Wagyu and Holstein steers., 1st AsiaHiland and 2nd IDRC-SEARCA Upland Fellowship and Conference, 2015.01.
3. T Gotoh, H Terao, K Etoh, K Sithyphone, K Saito, T Abe, T Etoh, Y Shiotuska, A Saito, H Takahashi, M Furuse, Influence of Different Nutrients and Feeding Amount of Milk Replacer on Growth and Physiological Aspects in Wagyu (Japanese Black ) Calves, The 16th Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP), 2014.11.
4. A Matsubara, H Takahashi, Y Kimura, A Saito, A Nomura, K Sithyphone, R Fujino, Y shiotsuka, T Etoh, M Furuse, T Gotoh, The effect of nutrients during nursing period on body growth and metabolism in Japanese Black calves, The 16th Asian-Australasian Association of Animal Production Societies (AAAP), 2014.11, We investigated the effects of nutrients during nursing period in Japanese Black calves. We used 8 Japanese Black calves. They divided into two groups: one is nursed with replacer milk (crude protein 26 %, crude fat 25.5%, TDN 116% )500g/ day until 3 months of age (mo) and after that fed with concentrate and hay until 10 mo (n=4; the ST group). Another is nursed with replacer milk 1800g until 5 mo and then fed with same feed as group ST until 10 mo (n=4; the EX group). Blood samples were taken from jugular vein at 5, 7 and 10 mo. Concentrations of glucose, insulin, beta-hydroxybutyric acid (βHBA: as one of makers of rumen activity) and nonesterified fatty acid (NEFA) were measured. Body weight was significantly larger in the EX group than in the ST group at 1, 3 to 5, 8 and 10 mo (P< 0.05) and 2, 7 and 9 mo (P< 0.01). Plasma glucose concentrations were significantly larger in the ST group than in the EX group at 7 mo (P< 0.01) and 10 mo (P< 0.05). The plasma concentrations ofβHBA were significantly larger in the ST group than in the EX group at 5, 7 and 10 mo (P< 0.01). There were no significant differences of plasma concentrations of insulin and NEFA between both groups. These results suggested that the nutrients during nursing period would strongly influence the body growth and glucose metabolism in Japanese black cattle. It seems that calves nursed with huge amount of replacer milk might increase growth performance instead of lower rumen activity..
5. M.T. Ha, H Takahashi, P Ouanh, T Etoh, Y Shiotsuka, T Gotoh, Effect of restricted nutrition during late gestation of cows on postnatal growth and genes expression in liver and muscle of offspring, The proceedings of International Symposium on Agricultural, Food, Environmental and Life Sciences in Asia (AFELiSA), 2014.10.
6. P Ouanh, H Takahashi, M.T. Ha, Y Shiotsuka, A Matsubara, Y Kimura, T Etoh, R fujino, T Gotoh, Effects of restricted nutrition during late gestation of cows on postnatal growth and important hormones regulation in Japanese Black (Wagyu) offspring, The proceedings of International Symposium on Agricultural, Food, Environmental and Life Sciences in Asia (AFELiSA), 2014.10.
7. Y Kimura, H Takahashi, A Saitoh, K Inouchi, A Matsubara, Y Shiotsuka, R Fujino, T Etoh, T Gotoh, The effect of early-intake-nutrient on muscle characteristic and intramuscular fat depots in Japanese Balck calves, The proceedings of International Symposium on Agricultural, Food, Environmental and Life Sciences in Asia (AFELiSA), 2014.10.
8. K Sithyphone, K Saito, K Sakuma, T Abe, A Saito, T Etoh, Y Shiotsuka, H Takahashi, T Gotoh, High nutrition during early growth stage affect expressions of fatty acid synthesis, stearoyl-CoA desaturase and leptin in Longissimus muscle of Wagyu by metabolic imprinting, The proceedings of The 1st Joint ISNH/ISRP International Conference 2014: Harnessing the Ecology and Physiology of Herbivores, 2014.09.
9. T Gotoh, K Sithyphone, H Takahashi, T Etoh, Y Shiotsuka, Impacts of feeding patterns with concentrate and/or roughage on body weight and intramuscular fat content at slaughter in Wagyu and Holstein steers, 1st AsiaHiland and 2nd IDRC-SEARCA Upland Fellowship and Conference, 2014.07.
10. A Nomura, R Fujimura, S Khounsakunalath, K Saito, K Sakuma, T Abe, S Kaneda, T Etoh, Y Shiotsuka, H Takahashi, T Gotoh, Metabolic imprinting effect during Early Growth on Extra Cellular Matrix Construction in Japanese Black , The 8th World Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) .
11. Sithyphone K, R Fujimura, K Etoh, K Saito, K Sakuma, K kaneda, T Abe, T Etoh, Y Shiotsuka, H Hasebe, S Maak, A Elke, H Takahashi, A Saito, T Gotoh, Metabolic Imprinting Effect in Beef Production: Influence of Nutrition Manipulation during an Early Growth Stage on PPARγ2 and PMRT5 Expressions in the Longissimus Muscle in Wagyu (Japanese Black), The 8th Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD), 2013.11.