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Functional food for cows - added value in nutrition

Lemma
Funktionelles Futter für Kühe
Project leader
Zebeli Qendrim
Duration
01.02.13-30.09.15
Programme
Sparkling Science
Type of Research
Applied research
Vetmed Research Units
Institute of Animal Nutrition and Functional Plant Compounds
Funded by
Österreichischer Austauschdienst GmbH, Ebendorferstraße 7, 1010 Wien, Austria
5 Publications

Münnich, Matthias Dirk (2017): Physiologische und meta-analytische Betrachtung von Trockenschnitzeln als Futtermittel für Milchvieh: Effekte auf die ruminale Verdaulichkeit und Untersuchung der Nachhaltigkeit. Dissertation, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 82.

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

Harder, H (2015): Assessing the efficacy of processing grain with organic acids and pullulanase to modulate its nutrient composition and improve ruminal fermentation in vitro. PhD-Arbeit, BOKU Wien, pp. 84.

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

Harder, H; Khol-Parisini, A; Metzler-Zebeli, BU; Klevenhusen, F; Zebeli, Q (2015): Treatment of grain with organic acids at 2 different dietary phosphorus levels modulates ruminal microbial community structure and fermentation patterns in vitro. J Dairy Sci. 2015; 98(11):8107-8120

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