Ruminant Nutrition: Ruminal Fermentation and Gas Production

Section: Ruminant Nutrition (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Wednesday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Design updates to dual-flow continuous culture fermenters reduce variance of digestibility and bacterial nitrogen flow compared with previous fermenters.
B. Wenner
Dose response of caffeine on fermentation and nutrient utilization in continuous culture fermenters.
S. M. Hussein
Additive effect and in vitro gas production of diets based on silage of poultry litter, pig manure, urea with cane molasses, and bakery by-product.
S. S. Gonzalez Muñoz
In vitro rumen fermentation characteristics of high-grade crystalline versus low-grade liquid betaine products.
T. Kelley
Potential of CO2 measurements for ranking of cows for feed efficiency.
P. Huhtanen
Multi-kingdom microbial shifts and associated functional variation in the rumen of lactating dairy cows: I. Effect of dietary energy source and level.
T. Park
Protozoa inhibition by specific inhibitors of lysozyme and peptidases to enhance nitrogen balance in vitro.
T. Park
The effect of ultrasound processing and exogenous cellulase supplementation on the ruminal degradability of palm date seeds.
A. Aboragah
Effect of method of diet delivery to dairy cows on enteric methane emissions, digestion and milk performance.
F. Hassanat
Effect of kelp meal on milk yield, methane emission, and thyroid hormones in Jersey cows.
M. Ghelichkhan
Enterobacteriaceae bacteria counts vary for US commercial dairy total mixed rations fed during summer months.
J. Goeser
Use of a mass flow meter in headbox-style indirect calorimetry, and the effects of gas recovery on estimated energy partition in lactating dairy cows.
K. McLain
Fermentation of total mixed ration using microbial inoculants and its effect on in vitro rumen fermentation and microbial population in Hanwoo cows.
M. A. Miguel
In vitro evaluation of rumen fermentation of ground, dry rolled and steam-flaked corn compared with pre-grinding super-conditioning pelleted corn.
B. Kim
Apple of Sodom (Calotropis procera) inhibits rumen protozoa without impairing fermentation in vitro.
D. P. Bu
Dose-response effect of the macroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis on enteric methane emission in lactating dairy cows.
H. Stefenoni
Assessing ruminal fermentation using the omasal sampling technique and the dual-flow continuous culture system as models: A meta-analytical approach.
V. Brandao
Effect of enzyme extracts from Aspergillus oryzae and Aspergillus niger on rumen bacterial and fungal diversity and fermentation in vitro.
S. E. Räisänen
Novel ruminal microbial urease inhibitors screened through molecular docking.
J. Wang
Effects of feeding barley grain on intake, rumen pool size and apparent total tract digestibility in lactating dairy cattle fed pasture-based diets.
M. Dineen
Comparison of ruminal digestibility of Origanum onites L. leaves in dairy buffalo and cows.
E. Gultepe
Comparison of two sampling techniques for evaluating ruminal fermentation in dairy cows.
C. F. A. Lage
Mutagenesis of UreG to probe nickel binding and interaction with UreE in predominant urease of ruminal uncultured bacteria.
J. Wang
Genomic survey of the rumen microbiome of Argentinian dairy cows provides insights into farm-dependent influences on microbial community structure.
S. Gilmore
Effect of substrate to inoculum ratio on outcomes of in vitro rumen fermentation.
S. Armstrong
Biological or chemical modification of soybean meal alters in situ ruminal degradation kinetics.
J.-S. Eun
Evaluating strategies to reduce ruminal protozoa and their impacts on nutrient utilization and animal performance in ruminants: A meta-analysis.
X. Dai