Ruminant Nutrition IV

Section: Ruminant Nutrition
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: 317
Chair: Stephanie Ward, North Carolina State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#417 Ruminal planktonic, weakly, and tightly feed-adhered bacterial community as affected by two Trichoderma reesei enzyme preparations fed to lactating cattle.
J. J. Romero
2:15 PM
#418 Antibiotically disturbed rumen microbiota can be redressed by microbiota transplantation in dairy cows.
S. Ji
2:30 PM
#419 Heat stress influences the rumen microbiome of mid-lactation dairy cows.
L. Wang
2:45 PM
#420 Identifying the influence of the rumen microbiome on the feed efficiency phenotype in beef cattle.
H. A. Paz
3:00 PM
#421 Metatranscriptome sequencing reveals insights into the gene expression of the bovine epimural bacterial community during subacute ruminal acidosis.
S. Schmitz-Esser
3:15 PM
#422 Potential role of rumen bacterial communities in shaping milk production and composition of dairy cows.
M. Y. Xue
3:30 PM
#423 Effects of E. coli O157:H7 and silage additives on bacterial diversity and composition of alfalfa silage.
D. H. Kim
3:45 PM
#424 Urea nitrogen induces changes in rumen microbial and host metabolic profiles in dairy cows.
S. G. Zhao
4:00 PM
#425 Circulating ceramide concentrations are influenced by saturated fatty acid chain length in mid-lactation dairy cows.
J. E. Rico
4:15 PM
#426 Characterization of bovine lipoprotein ceramide.
Z. C. Phipps
4:30 PM
#427 Micronutrient supplementation and the peripartal plasma lipidome.
Y. Zang
4:45 PM
#428 Metabolomic study of the short-term effects of β-glucan supplementation to lactating dairy ewes.
A. Contreras-Jodar