Ruminant Nutrition 1: Protein and Amino Acid I

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Monday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: Junior Ballroom D
Chair: Ranga Appuhamy, Iowa State University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#114 Assessing essential amino acid availability in lactating dairy cows infused with methionine, lysine, and histidine or leucine and isoleucine.
X. Huang
9:45 AM
#115 Effects of jugular infused methionine, lysine, and histidine or leucine and isoleucine on protein expression and post-translational modification.
P. S. Yoder
10:00 AM
#116 Effect of grouping by genetic merit on the response to dietary protein in first-lactation cows.
G. I. Zanton
10:15 AM
#117 Effect of rumen-protected lysine supplementation to total mixed rations differing in crude protein concentration in lactating cows.
S. W. Gee
10:30 AM
#118 Amino acid utilization by mammary glands in response to dietary protein and insulin.
L. M. Campos
10:45 AM
#119 Evaluation of rumen-protected lysine prototypes on plasma amino acid concentrations of lactating Holstein cows.
M. I. Rivelli
11:00 AM
#120 Succinate dehydrogenase activity and protein levels in liver of dairy cows fed TMR or in a pasture-based system.
M. García-Roche
11:15 AM
#121 Essential amino acids influence milk fat synthesis in mammary epithelial cells.
I. A. M. A. Teixeira
11:30 AM
#122 Modeling milk protein yield responses to amino acid supply of dairy cows fed silage-based diets.
P. Huhtanen
11:45 AM
#123 Effects of oscillating dietary crude protein concentration on production in lactating cows.
A. W. Tebbe
12:00 PM
#124 Histidine dose-response effects on lactational performance and plasma amino acid concentrations in lactating dairy cows.
S. E. Räisänen
12:15 PM
#125 Effects of soybean meals versus canola meal on the lactational performance, enteric gas emission, and plasma amino acid profile in dairy cows.
C. F. A. Lage