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Mickdam Elsayed,

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2019

Journal Article

** Petri, RM; Mickdam, E; Klevenhusen, F; Beyer, B; Zebeli, Q (2019): Effects of the supplementation of plant-based formulations on microbial fermentation and predicted metabolic function in vitro. Anaerobe. 2019; 57:19-27

2017

** Mickdam, E; Khiaosa-ard, R; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Humer, E; Harder, H; Khol-Parisini, A; Zebeli, Q (2017): Modulation of ruminal fermentation profile and microbial abundance in cows fed diets treated with lactic acid, without or with inorganic phosphorus supplementation. Animal Feed Science and Technology 2017; 230: 1-12

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Khiaosa-Ard, R; Mickdam, E; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Humer, E; Harder, H; Khol-Parisini, A; Zebeli, Q (2017): In situ disappearance kinetics of phosphorus and macronutrients and rumen microbial abundance in cows fed concentrates treated with lactic acid, with or without inorganic phosphorus. -71st Conference of the Society of Nutrition Physiology; March 14-16, 2017; Göttingen, GERMANY, Germany.

Mickdam, E; Khiaosa-ard, R; Zebeli, Q (2017): In situ degradation of hay and ruminal phosphorus concentration in cows fed concentrates treated with lactic acid, with or without inorganic phosphorus supplementation. 117--21st European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition Congress; Sept 20-23, 2017; Cirencester, United Kingdom.

2016

Journal Article

** Khol-Parisini, A; Humer, E; Harder, H; Mickdam, E; Zebeli, Q (2016): Metabolic responses, performance, and reticuloruminal pH of early-lactating cows fed concentrates treated with lactic acid, with or without inorganic phosphorus supplementation. J Dairy Sci. 2016; 99(8):6237-6250

** Mickdam, E; Khiaosa-Ard, R; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Klevenhusen, F; Chizzola, R; Zebeli, Q (2016): Rumen microbial abundance and fermentation profile during severe subacute ruminal acidosis and its modulation by plant derived alkaloids in vitro. Anaerobe. 2016; 39:4-13

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Mickdam, E; Khiaosa-ard, R; Harder, H; Khol-Parisini, A; Zebeli, Q (2016): Treatment of concentrates with lactic acid without inorganic phosphorus supplementation modulates ruminal fermentation in dairy cows. -20th congress of European Society of Veterinary and Comparative Nutrition; SEP 15-17, 2016; Berlin, GERMANY.

Zebeli, Q; Khol-Parisini, A; Humer, E; Harder, H; Mickdam, E (2016): Treatment with lactic acid of concentrates alleviates in lack of inorganic P in dairy cow diets. -67th Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science; Aug 29 - SEP 02, 2016; Belfast, United Kingdom.

2015

Journal Article

** Humer, E; Ghareeb, K; Harder, H; Mickdam, E; Khol-Parisini, A; Zebeli, Q (2015): Peripartal changes in reticuloruminal pH and temperature in dairy cows differing in the susceptibility to subacute rumen acidosis. J Dairy Sci. 2015; 98(12):8788-8799

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Mickdam, E; Klevenhusen, F; Khiaosa-ard, R; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Ghareeb, K; Zebeli, Q (2015): Effects of supplementing plant derived alkaloids on ruminal fermentation during normal and subacute ruminal acidosis conditions in RUSITEC. 88--69th Conference, Society of Nutrition Physiology; MARCH 10-12, 2015; Göttingen, GERMANY.

Mickdam, E; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Klevenhusen, F; Khiaosa-ard, R; Zebeli, Q (2015): Establishing an in vitro model to evaluate the effects of subacute ruminal acidosis on rumen microbial ecology in cattle. -69th Conference, Society of Nutrition Physiology; MARCH 10-12, 2015; Göttingen, GERMANY.

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