University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna - Research portal

Diagrammed Link to Homepage University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna

Selected Publication:

Publication type: PhD Thesis

Year: 2018

Author(s): Aditya, Siska

Title: Characterizing metabolic and inflammatory effects of enhanced plane of nutrition in dairy cows challenged with external immunological stimuli.

Other title: Charakterisierung metabolischer und inflammatorischer Effekte einer kraftfutterreichen Fütterung bei Milchkühen, die mit externen immunologischen Reizen konfrontiert wurden.

Source: PhD-Arbeit, Vet. Med. Univ. Wien, pp. 127.


Advisor(s):

Zebeli Qendrim

Reviewer(s):
Saalmüller Armin

Vetmed Research Units:
Institute of Animal Nutrition and Functional Plant Compounds



Publication(s) resulting from University thesis:

Khiaosa-ard, R; Pourazad, P; Aditya, S; Humer, E; Zebeli, Q (2018): Factors related to variation in the susceptibility to subacute ruminal acidosis in early lactating Simmental cows fed the same grain-rich diet. Animal Feed Science and Technology 2018; 238: 111-122

Humer, E; Aditya, S; Kaltenegger, A; Klevenhusen, F; Petri, RM; Zebeli, Q (2018): Graded substitution of grains with bakery by-products modulates ruminal fermentation, nutrient degradation, and microbial community composition in vitro. J Dairy Sci. 2018; 101(4):3085-3098

Aditya, S; Humer, E; Pourazad, P; Khiaosa-Ard, R; Zebeli, Q (2018): Metabolic and stress responses in dairy cows fed a concentrate-rich diet and submitted to intramammary lipopolysaccharide challenge. Animal. 2018; 12(4):741-749

Kröger, I; Humer, E; Neubauer, V; Reisinger, N; Aditya, S; Zebeli, Q (2017): Modulation of chewing behavior and reticular pH in nonlactating cows challenged with concentrate-rich diets supplemented with phytogenic compounds and autolyzed yeast. J Dairy Sci. 2017; 100(12):9702-9714

Aditya, S; Humer, E; Pourazad, P; Khiaosa-Ard, R; Huber, J; Zebeli, Q (2017): Intramammary infusion of Escherichia coli lipopolysaccharide negatively affects feed intake, chewing, and clinical variables, but some effects are stronger in cows experiencing subacute rumen acidosis. J Dairy Sci. 2017; 100(2):1363-1377

© University of Veterinary Medicine ViennaHelp and Downloads