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Presentations at scientific conferences

Presentation

Aditya, S; Humer, E; Pourazad, P; Khiaosa-Ard, R; Zebeli, Q (2017): Effects of an intramammary lipopolysaccharide challenge on metabolic responses and liver enzymes in dairy cows experiencing or not subacute ruminal acidosis. 168--71st Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; March 14-16, 2017; Göttingen, GERMANY, Germany.

Khiaosa-Ard, R; Pourazad, P; Aditya, S; Humer, E; Zebeli, Q (2017): Feed sorting, eating behavior and production performance of early-lactating cows differing in responsiveness of ruminal pH to high concentrate feeding. 117--71st Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; March 14-16, 2017; Göttingen, GERMANY, Germany.

Aditya, S; Humer,E; Pourazad, P; Khiaosa-Ard, R; Zebeli, Q (2016): Intramammary LPS challenge affects feed intake and rumen temperature in dairy cows but the Response is stronger in cows experiencing subacute rumen acidosis. -20th Congress of European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition; SEP 15-17, 2016; Berlin, GERMANY.

Poster

Kaltenegger, A; Zebeli, Q; Aditya, S; Klevenhusen, F; Petri, R; Humer, E (2018): Effect of the gradual replacement of grains with bakery products on ruminal fermentation, nutrient degradation and microbiome in vitro. 34-34.-72nd Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; March 13-15, 2018; Göttingen, Germany. (ISBN: 978-3-7690-4111-8 )

Aditya, S; Humer, E; Pourazad, P; Khiaosa-ard, R; Huber, J; Zebeli, Q (2016): Intramammary lipopolysaccharide challenge negatively affects feed intake, milk yield and reticular temperature, but the effects are stronger in cows experiencing subacute rumen acidosis (SARA). 6th Symposium "Animal Gut Health": Empowering Rumen and Gut Health to improve Health and Productivity of Farm Animals; DEC 12-12, 2016; Vienna, AUSTRIA. 2016.

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