Editorial 30: Phylogenetic, nutrogenic, pronutrients and cycles in the Veterinary teaching.
Norman Borlaug contributed to the Green Revolution increased grain production and allowed, contrary to the predictions of Thomas Malthus, the human population would grow to 7,000 million people without any major famines except local, arising from political action perverse.
The veterinary profession can also contribute to an increase of food production, bringing knowledge from phylogenetics, nutrogenic, nutrition of pronutrients and implementation of the cycles in nutrition and veterinary therapeutics.
The anatomical knowledge of animal embryology and comparative anatomy, along with current studies in genetics, allow you to open the door to a new vision of the emergence of different types of specialized cells, and consequently of new organs, and relate this fact with the existence of a pronutrient allowed to express a new form to an existing genetic code and currently maintains its link to the cell type with which to express.
In the same way we can know the biochemical needs of the different stages of embryonic development and prevent, by nutrogenic, the emergence of future diseases resulting from inadequate tissue development during the embryonic phase.
Finally, the study of circadian cycles of enterocytes and hepatocytes may contribute to the implementation of a nutrition criteria that allows to produce healthier foods and prevent animal diseases.
This knowledge will allow the veterinary profession, provide a new form of animal health and contribute significantly in the qualitative and quantitative improvement of the production of food. For this would be advisable for these new materials would be included in school curricula, not as part of other subjects or as derivative sciences, but as basic veterinary sciences.