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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Animal Microbes: Symbiosis/Modification
item The effects on digestibility and ruminal measures of chemically treated corn stover as a partial replacement for grain in dairy diets (Aug 2016)
item Evaluation of collection method and diet effects on apparent digestibility and energy values of swine diets (Jun 2016)
item Analysis of production responses to changing crude protein levels in lactating dairy cow diets when evaluated in continuous or change-over experimental designs (May 2016)
item Diet specialization selects for an unusual and simplified gut microbiota in two- and three-toed sloths (May 2016)
item Kinetics of forming aldehydes in frying oils and their distribution in french fries revealed by LC-MS-based chemometrics (Apr 2016)
item NK cells are intrinsically functional in pigs with Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID) caused by spontaneous mutations in the Artemis gene (Apr 2016)
item Efficiency and rumen responses in younger and older Holstein heifers limit-fed diets of differing energy density (Mar 2016)
item Technical note: A method for isolating glycogen granules from ruminal protozoa for further characterization (Mar 2016)
item Impacts of ruminal microorganisms on the production of fuels: how can we intercede from the outside? (Feb 2016)
item Divergent utilization patterns of grass fructan, inulin, and other nonfiber carbohydrates by ruminal microbes (Jan 2016)
item Impact of fiber source and feed particle size on swine manure properties related tospontaneous foam formation during anaerobic decomposition (Jan 2016)
item Effects of ruminal dosing of Holstein cows with Megasphaera elsdenii on milk fat production, ruminal chemistry, and bacterial strain persistence (Oct 2015)
item Comparison of methods for glycogen analysis of in vitro fermentation pellets produced with strained ruminal inoculum (Sep 2015)
item The effects of hybrid relative maturity on corn stover for ethanol production and biomass composition (Sep 2015)
item Redox mediators modify end product distribution in biomass fermentations by mixed ruminal microbes in vitro (Aug 2015)
item Effects of replacing soybean meal with canola meal or treated canola meal on performance of lactating dairy cows (Jul 2015)
item Time required for adaptation of protein metabolism (Jul 2015)
item Ruminal bacterial community composition in dairy cows is dynamic over the course of two lactations and correlates with feed efficiency (Jun 2015)
item Replacing dietary soybean meal with canola meal improves production and efficiency of lactating dairy cows (Jun 2015)
item Total volatile fatty acid concentrations are unreliable estimators of treatment effects on ruminal fermentation in vivo (Jun 2015)
item Effect of variable water intake as mediated by dietary potassium carbonate supplementation on rumen dynamics in lactating dairy cows (May 2015)
item Determination of dietary starch in animal feeds and pet food by an enzymatic-colorimetric method: collaborative study (Mar 2015)
item Bacterial communities in the rumen of Holstein heifers differ when fed orchardgrass as pasture versus hay (Dec 2014)
item Selection of an empirical detection method for determination of water-soluble carbohydrates in feedstuffs for application in ruminant nutrition (Dec 2014)
item Feed analyses and their interpretation (Nov 2014)
item Feeding, evaluating, and controlling rumen function (Nov 2014)
item Production of medium-chain volatile fatty acids by mixed ruminal microorganisms is enhanced by ethanol in co-culture with Clostridium kluyveri (Nov 2014)
item Role of the ruminal microbiome in the production and composition of milk (Oct 2014)
item Corn bran versus corn grain at 2 levels of forage: Intake, apparent digestibility, and production responses by lactating dairy cows (Aug 2014)
item Responses of late-lactation cows to forage substitutes in low-forage diets supplemented with by-products (May 2014)
item Carbohydrate and fat: considerations for energy and more (Apr 2014)
Last Modified: 9/20/2013
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