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Institute of Animal Nutrition and Bromathology

Institute of Animal Nutrition and Bromatology

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Sub-Department of Bromatology and Nutrition Physiology
Sub-Department of Animal Nutrition and Feed Science
Laboratory of Feed and Biological Material Analysis


The Institute of Animal Nutrition and Bromatology offers analyses and counselling, expert opinions, and reports in the field of:
o Animal nutrition, in particular:
• Analysis of the composition and nutritional value of feeds
• Assessment of the influence of technological processes on the nutritional value of feeds
• Testing feedstuffs on farm animals
• Assessment of apparent digestibility of feeds and feed rations in animal tests
• Counselling in the field of animal nutrition:
• Determination and calculation of the nutritional value of feed rations and feed mixtures for various species and production groups of farm animals
• Evaluation of the nutritional status of farm animals based on blood organ indicators (analysis of selected haematological and biochemical parameters of animal blood)
• Use of pro-health feed and feed additives in animal nutrition in organic and conventional farming (mainly herbs and their mixtures and phytobiotic, synbiotic, glucogenic, and other preparations
• Assessment of animal performance (meatiness, milk yield, slaughter yield)
• Analysis of the composition of animal raw materials (basic composition, fatty acid profile, cholesterol content, antioxidant potential) - influence of animal nutrition on the nutritional value of animal products

o Bromatology:
• Analysis of the chemical composition, nutritional value, and sensory and physicochemical properties of food
• Assessment of the effect of technological processes on the nutritional value of food
• Analysis of the safety of plant- and animal-origin food
• Analysis of human nutrition, including eating disorders. Planning and optimization of dietary menus for different nutritional groups of people
• Analysis of the nutritional value of traditional and alternative diets, analysis of the nutritional status based on physiological and hair parameters, diet therapy, analysis of food preferences and aversions
• Methods for limitation of absorption of toxic metals in tissues and their adverse effects on the organism