Ruminant Nutrition: Protein and Amino Acid Nutrition II

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Tuesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Effects of methionine coated with vegetable fat on performance and feed intake of mid-lactation dairy cows fed a low-protein diet.
A. Bach
Effects of methionine sources on rumen fermentation and biohydrogenation of linoleic acid in vitro.
J. E. Copelin
Associations of early lactation rumen-protected methionine supplementation with herd level health and production performance in the northeastern United States.
K. R. Gallagher
Methionine, lysine, and histidine supplementation at low and high net-energy supply in dairy cows.
L. Bahloul
Rumen-protected methionine supplementation on blood metabolites of transition dairy cows.
G. F. M. Leão
Rumen-protected methionine supplementation on milk yield and its composition, morbidity and culling of transition dairy cows.
G. F. M. Leão
Relative metabolizable methionine content of rumen-protected products using the seleno-methionine technique.
A. W. Tebbe
Rumen-protected choline or methionine affects the choline metabolite profile of plasma and milk and alters expression of genes associated with choline and lipid metabolism in periparturient cows.
S. B. Potts
Effects of rumen-protected methionine fed to lactating Holstein cows during a heat stress challenge on blood biomarkers harvested at 2 time points post-feeding.
R. T. Pate
Effects of supplementing a lysine derivative at varying doses on lactational performance of dairy cows.
E. J. C. Duvalsaint
Evaluating methionine bioavailability of rumen protected technologies using the plasma amino acid dose-response technique without using ruminally cannulated animals.
N. Whitehouse
Effects of rumen protected lysine and histidine on performance and energy and nitrogen partitioning in high-hydrolyzed-feather-meal diets fed to Jersey cows.
D. L. Morris
Stability of rumen-protected lysine in rumen and TMR with different moisture contents.
T. Sugino
Evaluation of rumen-protected lysine product on performance of lactating dairy cows.
V. M. R. Malacco
In situ rumen degradability and in vitro intestinal digestibility of rumen-protected methyl donors and lysine.
A. B. P. Fontoura
Evaluation of rumen-protected lysine prototypes on performance of lactating Holstein cows.
M. I. Rivelli
Dietary starch level and rumen-protected amino acids: Effects on CH4 emissions and heat production in lactating dairy cows.
Y. Zang
Use of the plasma free amino acid dose-response technique to quantify bioavailability of rumen-protected histidine.
N. Whitehouse
Lactation performance of dairy cows fed increasing amounts of microencapsulated methionine.
L. King
Assessment of dairy cow performance fed soybean meal or canola meal through a meta-analysis.
F. Díaz
Slow-release urea (Optigen) does not elevate ammonia levels and leads to lower lactic acid accumulation when compared to free urea in an in vitro rumen model.
V. Holder
Nutritive value of mechanically pressed cottonseed cake compared with soybean meal for lactating dairy cows.
J. K. Bernard
Camelina cake in dairy cow diets: Effects on production and milk composition.
G. Invernizzi
Insulin potentiates the effect of individual amino acids on mechanistic target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1) signaling in mammary epithelial cells.
J. Zhang