ADSA Production PhD Poster Competition (Graduate)

Section: ADSA Production PhD Poster Competition (Graduate)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Chair: Keena Mullen, BASF Corporation, Research Triangle Park, NC
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Effect of duration of exposure to diets differing in DCAD on calcium metabolism after a parathyroid hormone challenge in dairy cows.
A. Vieira-Neto
Nitrogen metabolism in lactating dairy cows supplemented with N-acetyl-l-methionine as a source of rumen-protected methionine.
F. X. Amaro
Feeding rumen-protected choline to prepartum Holstein cows in negative energy balance increases circulating lipoprotein phosphatidylcholine and triglyceride levels while preventing hepatic triglyceride accrual.
W. A. Myers
Amino acid composition of cattle tissue and milk, and various feeds used in ruminant diets using multiple hydrolysis times.
A. F. Ortega
Importance of including body weight loss in assessing cow responses to dietary protein reduction.
E. Liu
The effects of citral as a therapeutic treatment for Escherichia coli mastitis in lactating dairy cattle.
C. M. Scholte
Starch content of the close-up dry cow diet can affect insulin sensitivity of newborn dairy calves early in life.
J. Haisan
αS1-Casein (CSN1S1) suppresses β-casein expression via JAK2/STAT5a signaling pathway in goat mammary epithelial cells.
N. Song
Effects of feeding moderate- or high-starch close-up diet to cows on response of newborn calves to intravenous injection of glucagon-like peptide 1.
Y. Inabu
Effects of recent and ancient inbreeding on performance of Dutch Holstein Friesian dairy cattle.
H. P. Doekes