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    Poster Session IV

    9/5/19 | 10:15 AM – 11:30 AM time

    Agenda Type
    Poster session
    Gobal change and ruminants, Ontogenesis of the newborn ruminant, Lifespan and Productivity, Inflammation and Immunology

    P 119 : Identification of heat shock protein gene expression in hair follicles as a novel indicator of heat stress in beef calves (WonSeob Kim, Seoul, KR)

    P 120 : Impacts of humidity during heat stress on physiological indicators, blood hematology, feed and water intake in dry Holstein cows (Jang Hoon Jo, Seoul, KR)

    P 121 : Dose-dependent effects of Mootral™ on methane production and fermentation parameters of rumen microbial metabolism (Johanna Brede, Hanover, DE)

    P 122 : Does water limitation following feeding during thermal-humidity exposure alter mineral excretions via various body matrices in ewes? (Jalil Ghassemi Nejad, Seoul, KR)

    P 123 : Comparison of feed intake, feeding behavior and ruminal fermentation characteristics of grazing cows categorized as low and high methane emitters (Frigga Dohme-Meier, Zurich, CH)

    P 124 : Effects of a low concentrate, forage and by-product-based diet on production and metabolism in full lactation dairy cows (Johanna Karlsson, Uppsala, SE)

    P 125 : 3-nitrooxypropanol blocked postprandial enteric methane emissions from lactating dairy cows (Cécile Martin, Saint-Genès-Champanelle, FR)

    P 126 : Impact of Mootral Ruminant© on methane emissions and performance on Dairy Cows in real farm conditions (Maria Sünkel, Lancaster, GB)

    P 127 : Effects of high ambient temperatures in lactating dairy cows – a field study (Hanna Rieger, Hanover, DE)

    P 128 : Estimating methane production from dairy cows using information on milk, ruminal fluid, and blood components (Takahiro Iwata, Sendai, JP)

    P 129 : Heat stress effects in primiparous and multiparous lactating cows under a warm environment (Joaquin Castro-Montoya, Stuttgart, DE)

    P 130 : Can Nordic hemisphere macroalgae reduce emission of methane from ruminant livestock? (Gizaw D Satessa, Copenhagen, DK)

    P 131 : Genetic parameters for multiple definitions of residual methane production in Australian dairy cattle (C.M. Richardson, Bundoora, AU)

    P 132 : High-resolution Immunophenotyping in bovine blood and milk (Sabine Farschtschi, Freising, DE)

    P 133 : Effect of Phyto Ax’Cell plant based additive on the metabolic status of peri-partum dairy cows (Thibaut Chabrillat, Mozac, FR)

    P 134 : A postbiotic from Aspergillus oryzae improves productive and inflammatory responses to heat stress in lactating Holstein cows (César Ocasio-Vega, St. Joseph, MO, US)

    P 135 : Dynamic of circulating leukocyte subsets in lactating dairy cows in response to an acute systemic endotoxin challenge (Jana Frahm, Braunschweig, DE)

    P 136 : Cryptosporidium parvum infection alters glucose transport in infected enterocytes (Franziska Dengler, Leipzig, DE)

    P 137 : Oral administration of lipopolysaccharide from Escherichia coli does not induce an effective systemic immune response in milk-fed Holstein calves (Milani Bhagya Samarasinghe, Tjele, DK)

    P 138 : Changes in metabolic and immune parameters of young veal calves following different pre-transport diets, transport durations and transport conditions (Francesca Marcato, Wageningen, NL)

    P 139 : Effects of spartina alterniflora extract on serum biochemical indices and immune function of lactating dairy cows (Xiangsheng Liu, Yangzhou, CN)

    P 140 : Effect of soluble carbohydrate diets on reticuloruminal pH, motility, hematological and biochemical health indicator in cattle. (Andrea Francesio, Glasgow, GB)

    P 141 : Peripartal changes in immunoglobulin concentrations in comparison between cattle and goats (Gerhard Breves, Hanover, DE)

    P 142 : The effects of in-feed resin acid composition on the colostrum composition and immunity of dairy cows (Nanbing Qin, Helsinki, FI)

    P 143 : The effects of administration of aqueous extracts of Rhizopus oryzae on the postpartum hepatic injury and dysfunction in dairy cows (Satoshi Haga, Nasushiobara, JP)

    P 144 : Evaluation of d-ROMs test for oxidative stress among periparturient cows (Paul Dobbelaar, Utrecht, NL)

    P 145 : Effects of raspberry feeding on peripheral blood immune cells populations in calves (Katsuyoshi Sato, Akita, JP)

    P 146 : Tolerance and rapid recovery following exposure to lipopolysaccharide in isolated ruminal epithelial cells (Coral Kent-Dennis, Saskatoon, CA)

    P 147 : The Effect of Bovine Lactoferrin and probiotic on blood parameters and health status in Ghezel lambs during the Pre-weaning Phase (Ali HosseinKhani, Tabriz, IR)

    P 148 : Blood profiles in fattening bulls of different horn status under consideration of feed intake and growth (Anna-Maria Reiche, Posieux, CH)

    P 149 : Effect of ergovaline exposure on serotonin receptor 5HT2A in bovine lateral saphenous vein (James Klotz, Lexington, KY, US)

    P 150 : Influence of body weight at slaughter and dietary energy concentration on carcass tissue composition of Fleckvieh bulls (Aniela Honig, Poing/Grub, DE)

    P 151 : Effects of cow genotype on production, viability of calves and reproductive related traits (Radu-Ionel Neamt, Arad, RO)

    P 152 : Effect of milk replacer including innovatively treated zinc oxide on calf performance (Achim Hoffmann, Pinneberg, DE)

    P 153 : Productive and physiological responses of lactating dairy cows supplemented with phytogenic feed ingredients (Davi B. Araujo, Botucatu, São Paulo, BR)

    P 154 : Milk fatty acids as possible predictors of energy balance in dairy cows (Tiia Ariko, Tartu, EE)

    P 155 : Maternal-Fetal Hepatic Mineral Interactions: Mineral Association Relationships (Robert Van Saun, University Park, PA, US)

    P 156 : Effect of maternal supplementation with essential fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acid on the endocrine growth regulation in neonatal calves (Katrin Uken, Dummerstorf, DE)

    P 157 : Growth and health of lambs artificially reared with casein- or whey-based milk replacer (Susan McCoard, Palmerston North, NZ)

    P 158 : Influence of maternal conjugated linoleic acid and essential fatty acid supply on the intestinal immune system of neonatal calves (Wendy Liermann, Dummerstorf, DE)

    P 159 : Effect of abrupt or step-down weaning at different starter intakes on growth performance of Holstein female calves. (Sabrina Curial, Melle, BE)

    P 160 : Effects of graded amounts of supplemental leucine to milk-fed neonatal Holstein bull calves on pancreatic and intestinal enzyme activity (Jessica Reiners, Fargo, ND, US)

    P 161 : Effects of collection time and colostrum quality on calf rumen and faecal bacterial communities (Muhammad Ajmal Khan, Palmerston North, NZ)

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