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Adibe Luiz Abdalla 

Associate Professor (MS 5-3) at the University of São Paulo with under-graduate degree in Agronomy, graduate degrees in Animal Nutrition and Use of Nuclear Techniques in Mineral Metabolism Studies in Ruminants. Postdoctoral program in studies of Co-products and residues of crops for dairy cows at the University of Reading (UK). Research project coordinator from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), researcher for the São Paulo Research Foundation – FAPESP, for the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development – CNPq and for the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel - CAPES. Advisor at the graduate program of CENA/USP and postdoctoral supervisor at the University of São Paulo.

Academic Training

  •   Agronomist | 1981 | ESALQ/USP
  •   MSc | 1987 | EMVZ/UFMG
  •   DR | 1992 | IPEN/USP
  •   PD | 1992 | READING UNIVERSITY/UK
  •   Associated Professor | 2004 | CENA/USP

Area of research

  •   Evaluation of feed and nutritional requirements of animals.
  •   Sustainability of ruminant production.
  •   Food security.

Professional Experience

Since 1985, researcher at CENA/USP in the area of nuclear and related techniques in agricultural productivity studies. Consultant for the International Atomic Energy Agency and ad hoc consultant of FAPESP, CNPq, EMBRAPA and PADCT-MIC
Have experience in animal science with an emphasis in animal feed assessment, quantification and qualification of bioactive molecules and nutritional strategies for sustainable production of ruminants and food security:
•    use of radiotracers in animal body composition studies (3H), bioavailability of phosphorus (32P) and calcium (45Ca) in supplements for ruminants, mineral metabolism in domestic animals in Brazil (32P) and Radioimmunoassay (125I);
•    in vitro gas production test (syringes and transducer) to evaluate co-products, tanniniferous plants and plant secondary metabolites as modifiers of ruminal fermentation;
•    use of tracers for quantifying the ruminal microbial mass (15N and purine derivatives) and diet food constituent (δ13C and δ 15N);
•    in vivo quantification of enteric methane production (chambers and SF6 tracer) in studies of fibrous residues and pastureland in strategies to increase the sustainable production of ruminants.