International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology
ISRP is the major international conference on ruminant physiology. It provides an overview of current, important scientific findings and areas of research in the physiology of ruminants of all kinds.
The ISRP will take place from 3 - 6 September 2019 in the fabulous KONGRESSHALLE am Zoo Leipzig.
The deadline for the abstract submission is 31 March 2019.
(08/07/2018) From now on you have the chance to be part at the conference programme. Abstracts for short communications or posters are welcome until March 31, 2019.
(07/30/2018) How does nutritional regulation affect intestinal starch and protein assimilation? This is the question Dr David L. Harmon from the Department of Animal and Food Sciences at the University of Kentucky asked.
(07/12/2018) Mirja Wilkens from the University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover has been working in the field of homoeostatic calcium mechanisms for more than ten years. At the ISRP 2019, she will present information about the Regulation of intestinal and renal transport of calcium and phosphorous in ruminants.
(07/12/2018) The Associate Professor and Centennial Enhancement Chair in Nutritional Physiology, Dr Gregory Penner (University of Saskatchewan), researched the short- and long-term adaptation of SCFA absorption from the rumen. He will present his findings on ISRP 2019.
(07/12/2018) Dr Karen Beauchemin from Canada (University of Alberta et al) will give a lecture in the session "Gastrointestinal Digestion: Mechanisms and Regulation" on research results in the field of inhibition of rumen methanogenesis.
(07/09/2018) Leipzig is a lively European Metropolis – cosmopolitan and friendly. This city, with its rich tradition as a centre of trade and as a university town, is now animated by a new economic dynamism, represented by such famous names as Porsche, BMW and DHL. It is a city on the up, which not only offers its visitors a large number of sights and attractions to delight them, but also has ist own unmistakable charm.
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