Zur Sprachwahl
Zur Metanavigation
Zur Sucheingabe
Zur den Bannertabs
Zur Hauptnavigation
Zum Inhalt
Header Mobile Header

    Poster Session V

    9/6/19 | 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM time

    Agenda Type
    Poster session
    Category
    Regulation of feed and water intake, The rumen as mediator between diet and host metabolism, Absorption and secretion
    Languages
    English
    Agenda

    P 162 : Evaluation of digestibility discrepancy of different parts of corn stover by in vitro fermentation (Yuqi Li, Nanjing, CN)

    P 163 : Influence of protein intake on ammonia emissions and nitrogen secretions of Belgian Blue heifers (Karen Goossens, Melle, BE)

    P 164 : Effects of concentrate feeding on expressions of RhBG and RhCG in omasum epithelium and their association to pH and ammonia (Zhongyan Lu, Nanjing, CN)

    P 165 : Assessing the bioavailability of rumen-protected lysine using the plasma lysine response method (Toshihisa Sugino, Hiroshima, JP)

    P 166 : Effect of kraft pulp inclusion in calf starter on plasma concentration of glucagon-like peptide 2 in calves. (Yudai Inabu, Hiroshima, JP)

    P 167 : The TRPV3 channel: a pathway for the uptake of Ca2+ from the rumen (Friederike Stumpff, Berlin, DE)

    P 168 : The effect of industrial processing and abomasal methionine infusion on utilisation of faba bean protein in dairy cows (Anni Halmemies-Beauchet-Filleau, Helsinki, FI)

    P 169 : Post-partum energy balance of Estonian Holstein cows – practical experiences from on-farm estimations based on body weights and BCSs (Priit Karis, Tartu, EE)

    P 171 : Influence of 150 vs 250g concentrate/kg ECM on milk performance, energy balance in a long-term experiment with Simmental cows. (Thomas Jilg, Aulendorf, DE)

    P 172 : Feed intake and liveweight gain of Bali Bulls fed low quality forage supplemented with increasing levels of cassava and gliricidia (Marsetyo Marsetyo, Palu, ID)

    P 173 : Effects of rumen-protected folic acid supplementation on amino acid compositions of longissimus dorsi muscles in lambs (Heqiong Li, Beijing, CN)

    P 174 : Effect of Wood Kraft Pulp Feed on Growth Performance, Feed Digestibility, and Rumen Fermentation in Japanese Black Fattening Steers (Yuka Maeda, Takaharu-cho, JP)

    P 175 : Calcium-magnesium ratio in the serum of newborn calves correlates with the level of their vitality (Anton Chernitskiy, Voronezh, RU)

    P 176 : Effect of Wood Kraft Pulp Feed on Digestibility, Ruminal Characteristics, and Milk Production Performance in Lactating Dairy Cows (Keiko Nishimura, Miyazaki, JP)"

    P 177 : Acceptance of phytogenic prototypes fed to rearing calves from d 12 to d 23 of age (Poulad Pourazad, Steyregg, AT)

    P 178 : The effects of the preservation method of grass forages on feed intake, chewing behaviour, and milk yield of dairy cows. (Andreas Haselmann, Vienna, AT)

    P 179 : The effect of energy and protein supplementation on feed Intake, digestibility and liveweight gain of Donggala bulls fed corn stover (Marsetyo Marsetyo, Palu, ID)

    P 180 : External marker administration through an automated head-chamber system provides analogous estimates of fecal output compared to traditional hand feeding (Stacey Gunter, Woodward, OK, US)

    P 181 : Differential gene expression in three regions of the hypothalamus of steers with different protein and energy intake (David Innes, Gatton, AU)

    P 182 : Estimation of nitrogen and phosphorus flows in dairy production with by-product feeding in Eastern China (Lin Wang, Yangzhou, CN)

    P 183 : Effects of tannins in banana stalks on in situ digestion in dairy cows (Qianqian Huang, Yangzhou, CN)

    P 184 : Effectiveness of rumen community DNA extraction methodologies and the analysis of differing sampling points as indicators of the rumen microbiome (Alexander Mott, Göttingen, DE)

    P 185 : Resin acid composition increases propionate and butyrate production in a Rumen Simulation Technique (RUSITEC) model (Hannele Kettunen, Hyvinkää, FI)

    P 186 : Supply of Methionine During Late-Pregnancy Alters Fecal Microbiome and Metabolome in Neonatal Dairy Calves without Changes in Daily Feed Intake (Ahmed Elolimy, Urbana, IL, US)

    P 187 : Effects of CoCO3 on rumen fermentation and hematopoietic function in lactating dairy cows (Miao Lin, Yangzhou, CN)"

    P 188 : USING HIGH THROUGHPUT SEQUENCING TO DESCRIBE PROTOZOAL COMMUNITIES IN RUSITEC FERMENTERS FED TWO DIFFERENT DIETS (María José Ranilla, León, ES)

    P 189 : VFA proportions but not concentrations and pH were valid in rumen fluid samples obtained with the oro-ruminal FLORA® sampling device (Nikolaj Peder Hansen, Tjele, DK)

    P 190 : Influence of different sources of copper and zinc on in vitro rumen fermentation characteristics, at optimal and suboptimal pH level. (Lien Vande Maele, Wageningen, NL)

    P 191 : Residual feed intake and rumen bacterial diversity in lactating sheep: A preliminary study of their potential link (Pablo G. Toral, León, ES)

    P 192 : Changes in the ruminal fermentative activity by including urea as a protein replacement in fattening lamb diets (María José Ranilla, León, ES)

    P 193 : EFFECTS OF REPLACING BARLEY MAIZE BY CITRUS PULP IN A DAIRY SHEEP DIET ON MICROBIAL POPULATIONS IN RUSITEC FERMENTERS (María José Ranilla, León, ES)

    P 194 : EFFECTS OF REPLACING BARLEY STRAW AND CORN SILAGE BY OLIVE CAKE IN THE DIET ON MICROBIAL POPULATIONS IN RUSITEC FERMENTERS (María José Ranilla, León, ES)

    P 195 : The new anaerobic rumen fungus producing zoospores containing both flagellum and cilia from Hanwoo, Korean Native Cattle (Jongsoo Chang, Seoul, KR)

    P 196 : Can early life interventions leave an imprint in the rumen microbiome in calves? (Stefan Muetzel, Palmerston North, NZ)

    P 197 : Source and level of zinc supplementation can alter fermentation by rumen microbes (Valérie Kromm, Annecy, FR)

    P 198 : Differences in fermentation kinetics by age of donor animals (Hanne Hansen, Copenhagen, DK)

    P 199 : Rumen fermentation characteristics, microbial population and meat fatty acids profile of West African dwarf rams fed water-washed neem fruit diets (Akaninyene Jack, Ibadan, NG)

    Imprint| Data protection| Leipziger Messe GmbH, Messe-Allee 1, 04356 Leipzig © Leipziger Messe 2019. All rights reserved.