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    • Good preparation is everything!

      (06/03/2019) For your optimal preparation for the International Symposium on Ruminant Physiology 2019 we have summarised the most important service information for you.

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    • Congress programme online

      (06/03/2019) The preliminary programme of the International Conference on Ruminant physiology 2019 is now available online. On the road or from the comfort of home- browse online.

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    • Get your ISRP 2019 tickets now

      (06/03/2019) You can now register online for the world's largest conference on Ruminant physiology. Until 31 July, you can take advantage of an early bird booking discount.

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    • Deadline for abstract submissions extended: 14 April

      (03/27/2019) Due to frequent requests, the time frame for abstract submission has been extended for two weeks. Seize the opportunity and submit an abstract!

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    • Ruminal microbiome and microbial metabolome

      (03/27/2019) Prof Charles James Newbold from Scotland's Rural Collage will be talking about the ruminal microbiome and microbial metabolome and the effects of diet and host at ISRP 2019.

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    • Transcriptome and metabolome beyond the ruminal barrier

      (03/27/2019) Dr Juan Loor, Professor of Animal Sciences and Nutritional Sciences at University of Illinois, focuses the associations to diet and ruminal milieu at ISRP 2019.

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    • Carbohydrate digestion and metabolism in growing calves

      (02/06/2019) Dr Walter Gerrits, from the Department of Animal Sciences in Wageningen, focuses on the interactions between solid feed and milk replacers on animal behaviour, health and metabolism.

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    • Controlling feed intake of ruminants

      (02/06/2019) The keynote of Dr Björn Kuhla from the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology focuses the hypthalamic integration of metabolic, inflammatory and endocrine signals for controlling the feed intake of ruminants.

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    • Ontogenesis of the newborn ruminant

      (02/06/2019) How important are the colostrum supply and milk feeding intensity on gastrointestinal and systemic development in calves? This question will be answered by Dr Harald Hammon from the Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology in Germany.

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    • Overview of factors affecting productive lifespan of dairy cows

      (12/07/2018) Dr Albert de Vries from the Department of Animal Sciences at the University of Florida gives an overview of factors affecting the productive lifespan of dairy cows.

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