- Milk fat secretion in Holstein dairy cows: Insights from grain type and oil supplement
- Protection of polyunsaturated fatty acids against ruminal biohydrogenation using polyphenol oxidase
- Dose and time response of ruminally infused algae on rumen fermentation characteristics, biohydrogenation and Butyrivibrio group bacteria in goats
- Biohydrogenation of 22:6n-3 by Butyrivibrio proteoclasticus P18
- Transfer to the milk of rumen bypass CLA emulsions created by potato tuber peel polyphenol oxidase
- Acetate accumulation enhances mixed culture fermentation of biomass to lactic acid
- Effect of changes in lipid classes during wilting and ensiling of red clover using two silage additives on in vitro ruminal biohydrogenation
- Effect of adsorbants on in vitro biohydrogenation of 22:6n-3 by mixed cultures of rumen microorganisms
- Interactions between mycotoxins and the rumen, their possible toxicological effects on the gastrointestinal tract and their intestinal absorption in dairy cattle: an in vitro approach
- Crude potato peel polyphenol oxidase for rumen bypass oils: effect of lyophilisation
- Polyphenol oxidase containing sidestreams as emulsifiers of rumen bypass linseed oil emulsions: interfacial characterization and efficacy of protection against in vitro ruminal biohydrogenation
- Prediction of subacute ruminal acidosis based on milk fatty acids: a comparison of linear discriminant and support vector machine approaches for model development
- Assessment of mycotoxin occurrence in feed samples from the Belgian veal calf industry and the influence of roughage provision
- In vivo and in vitro effects of a blend of essential oils on rumen methane mitigation
- Effect of whole cottonseed v. sunflower seed on the fatty acid profile of subcutaneous fat, longissimus dorsi and blood of Thai Native and Holstein bulls
- The effect of replacing barley with glycerol in the diet of dairy cows on rumen parameters and milk fatty acid profile
- Is ruminal trans-11-18:1 accumulation a prerequisite for trans-10-18:1 production?
- Postruminal synthesis modifies the odd- and branched-chain fatty acid profile from the duodenum to milk
- Protection of polyunsaturated oils against ruminal biohydrogenation and oxidation during storage using a polyphenol oxidase containing extract from red clover
- Novel insights into the pathogenic importance, diagnosis and treatment of the rumen fluke (Calicophoron daubneyi) in cattle
- A comparative study on the conductive properties of coated and printed silver layers on a paper substrate
- Assessing post ruminal digestion of rumen bypass emulsions created through red clover polyphenol oxidase: a mice trial
- Meal pattern analysis for effects of compound feed formulation in mid to late lactating dairy cows fed hay and compound feed both ad libitum
- Hydrate sodium calcium aluminosilicate does not reduce rumen lipopolysacharide concentrations in cows
- Seed germination and viability of herbicide resistant and susceptible Chenopodium album populations after ensiling, digestion by cattle and manure storage
- The potential of batch in vitro simulations and milk fatty acids to assess rumen methane mitigation
- Influence of additional stabilizers on protection against rumen biohydrogenation of PPO-stabilized emulsions in order to increase oil content
- Rumen metabolism of 22:6n-3 in vitro is dependent on its concentration and inoculum size, but less dependent on substrate carbohydrate composition
- Combined conservation of jack bean and velvet bean with sorghum: evaluation of lab-scale silages and in vitro assessment of their nutritive value
- Medium-chain fatty acids from coconut or krabok oil inhibit in vitro rumen methanogenesis and conversion of non-conjugated dienoic biohydrogenation intermediates
- Implication of fermentable carbohydrates targeting the gut microbiota on conjugated linoleic acid production in high-fat-fed mice
- Prednacionalni identichnosti na Balkanite (Pre-national identities in the Balkans)
- The effect of a mixture of Lactobacillus strains on silage quality and nutritive value of grass harvested at four growth stages and ensiled for two periods
- Creation of rumen by-pass feed additives through double emulsions and polyphenol oxidase generated protein-bound phenols
- Evaluation of FT-NIR and ATR-FTIR spectroscopy techniques for determination of minor odd- and branched-chain saturated and trans unsaturated milk fatty acids
- Effect of supplementing coconut or krabok oil, rich in medium-chain fatty acids on ruminal fermentation, protozoa and archaeal population of bulls
- Efficient and environmentally friendly ink-jet printing of ceramic thin films
- Grain-based versus alfalfa-based subacute ruminal acidosis induction experiments: similarities and differences between changes in milk fatty acids
- Lipid metabolism in mixtures of red clover (Trifolium repens) and perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne) in lab scale silages and in vitro rumen incubations
- Interactions between methane mitigation additives and basal substrates on in vitro methane and VFA production
- Rumen degradation of oil palm fronds is improved through pre-digestion with white rot fungi but not through supplementation with yeast or enzymes
- Milk fatty acids as biomarkers of subacute ruminal acidosis in dairy cows
- Intestinal microbiota contribute to the endogenous formation of thiouracil in livestock
- Does gastrointestinal digestion affect low level thiouracil residues upon Brassicaceae derived food and feed consumption?
- Milk odd- and branched-chain fatty acids as biomarkers of rumen function: an update
- Left abomasal displacement between the uterus and rumen during bovine twin pregnancy
- Prediction of ruminal volatile fatty acid proportions of lactating dairy cows based on milk odd- and branched-chain fatty acid profiles: new models, better predictions
- Effects of feeding different linseed sources on omasal fatty acid flows and fatty acid profiles of plasma and milk fat in lactating dairy cows
- The logistic curve as a tool to describe the daily ruminal pH pattern and its link with milk fatty acids
- Métabolisme ruminal et digestion des acides gras longs chez le ruminant: le point des connaissances récentes
- Sulphur levels in saliva as an estimation of sulphur status in cattle: a validation study
- Digestibility, methane production and nitrogen balance in sheep fed ensiled or fresh mixtures of sorghum–soybean forage
- Advanced aqueous YSZ inks for ink-jet printing of electrolyte layers in SOFC
- Evaluation of sorghum–soybean (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench – Glycine max (L.) Merr.) silage as ruminant feed
- The use of an intestinal loop model in semi-ruminating and ruminating calves under complete anaesthesia: an in vivo model with intact neural and vascular systems
- Effects of enzyme supplements to improve rumen degradability of oil palm fronds either or not pre-treated with fungi
- Prebiotic effects of wheat Arabinoxylan related to the increase in Bifidobacteria, Roseburia and bacteroides/Prevotella in diet-induced obese mice
- Effect of pH on ruminal fermentation and biohydrogenation of diets rich in omega-3 or omega-6 fatty acids in continuous culture of ruminal fluid
- Relationships between odd- and branched-chain fatty acid profiles in milk and calculated enteric methane proportion for lactating dairy cattle
- Effects of enzyme supplementation in OPF either or not pre-inoculated with white rot fungi to improve rumen degradability in vitro
- Salivary amino acid concentrations in zebus (Bos indicus) and zebu hybrids (Bos indicus × Bos taurus) fed a tannin-rich diet
- Production of conjugated linoleic acid and conjugated linolenic acid isomers by Bifidobacterium species
- Effect of induction of subacute ruminal acidosis on milk fat profile and rumen parameters
- Effects of yeast and enzyme supplements to improve rumen degradability of oil palm fronds
- Micromineral status of free-ranging zebu cattle and their salivary response to dietary tannins
- Effect of combined ensiling of sorghum and soybean with or without molasses and lactobacilli on silage quality and in vitro rumen fermentation
- The role of microbes in rumen lipolysis and biohydrogenation and their manipulation
- Effects of chemically or technologically treated linseed products and docosahexaenoic acid addition to linseed oil on biohydrogenation of C18:3n-3 in vitro
- Effect of extruded cotton and canola seed on unsaturated fatty acid composition in the plasma, erythrocytes and livers of lambs
- Influence of damaging and wilting red clover on lipid metabolism during ensiling and in vitro rumen incubation
- Red clover polyphenol oxidase and lipid metabolism
- Control of gastro-intestinal nematodes in sheep with the amino-acetonitrile derivative, monepantel, with a particular focus on Australia and New Zealand
- Effect of different inclusion levels of oil palm fronds on in vitro rumen fermentation pattern, fatty acid metabolism and apparent biohydrogenation of linoleic and linolenic acid
- Effect of medium-chain fatty acids from coconut oil or krabok oil on in vitro rumen biohydrogenation
- Effects of capric acid on rumen methanogenesis and biohydrogenation of linoleic and alpha-linolenic acid
- Physical characteristics of reticuloruminal contents of oxen in relation to forage type and time after feeding
- Physical characteristics of rumen contents in two small ruminants of different feeding type, the mouflon (Ovis ammon musimon) and the roe deer (Capreolus capreolus)
- Introduction of new multidrug-resistant Salmonella enterica strains into commercial dairy herds
- The role of microbes in rumen lipolysis and fatty acid biohydrogenation
- Role of the protozoan Isotricha prostoma, liquid-, and solid-associated bacteria in rumen biohydrogenation of linoleic acid
- Effect of pH and level of concentrate in the diet on the production of biohydrogenation intermediates in a dual-flow continuous culture
- Effect of combined ensiling of sorghum and soybean with or without molasses and lactobacilli on in vitro rumen fermentation
- Effect of different inclusion levels of oil palm fronds on in vitro rumen fermentation with adapted and non-adapted rumen fluid
Effects of different inclusion levels of oil palm fronds on in vitro rumen fermentation using adapted and non-adapted rumen fluid
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- Alpine vegetation essential oils and their effect on rumen lipid metabolism in vitro
Physical characteristics of rumen contents in four large ruminants of different feeding type, the addax (Addax nasomaculatus), bison (Bison bison), red deer (Cervus elaphus) and moose (Alces alces)
2009) COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR & INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY. 152(3). p.398-406 Mark(
- Frequent allocation of rotationally grazed dairy cows changes grazing behavior and improves productivity
- Influence of different dietary forages on the fatty acid composition of rumen digesta as well as ruminant meat and milk
- Effect of Dietary Starch or Micro Algae Supplementation on Rumen Fermentation and Milk Fatty Acid Composition of Dairy Cows
- The Effect of Silage and Concentrate Type on Intake Behavior, Rumen Function, and Milk Production in Dairy Cows in Early and Late Lactation
- Influence of botanically different forages on rumen, milk and tissue fatty acid metabolism.
- Investigations on the stratification of forestomach contents in ruminants: an ultrasonographic approach
In vitro rumen biohydrogenation of trans-10, cis-12 conjugated linoleic acid in a lipid-encapsulated (LE-CLA) supplement incorporated or not in a processing pellet
2008) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 73(1). p.119-123 Mark(
- Influence of dietary forages on the fatty acid profile of rumen digesta, milk and meat
Effects of different inclusion levels of oil palm fronds on in vitro short chain fatty acid and methane productions, and on rumen biohydrogenation
2008) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 73. p.153-156 Mark(
- In vitro screening of various tropical foliages, seeds, fruits and medicinal plants for low methane and high ammonia generating potentials in the rumen
- Effect of algae on rumen biohydrogenation of polyunsaturated fatty acids
- Concurrent infections of Fasciola, Schistosoma and Amphistomum spp. in cattle from Kafue and Zambezi river basins of Zambia
- Effects of saponins, quercetin, eugenol, and cinnamaldehyde on fatty acid biohydrogenation of forage polyunsaturated fatty acids in dual-flow continuous culture fermenters
- Accumulation of trans C-18:1 Fatty Acids in the Rumen after Dietary Algal Supplementation Is Associated with Changes in the Butyrivibrio Community
- Artificial neural network models of the rumen fermentation pattern in dairy cattle
- Effect of lactation stage on the odd- and branched-chain milk fatty acids of dairy cattle under grazing and indoor conditions
Fluid and particle retention in the digestive tract of the addax antelope (Addax nasomaculatus): adaptations of a grazing desert ruminant
2008) COMPARATIVE BIOCHEMISTRY AND PHYSIOLOGY A-MOLECULAR & INTEGRATIVE PHYSIOLOGY. 149(2). p.142-149 Mark(
Medium-chain fatty acids from coconut oil or krabok oil to reduce in vitro rumen methanogenesis
2008) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 73. p.189-192 Mark(
- Effect of in vitro docosahexaenoic acid supplementation to marine algae-adapted and unadapted rumen inoculum on the biohydrogenation of unsaturated fatty acids in freeze-dried grass
- Differences in fecal particle size between free-ranging and captive individuals of two browser species
- Effect of grazing pastures with different botanical composition by lambs on rumen fatty acid metabolism and fatty acid pattern of longissimus muscle and subcultaneous fat
- Effect of variation in the proportion of solid- and liquid-associated rumen bacteria in duodenal contents on the estimation of duodenal bacterial nitrogen flow
- Subacute rumen acidosis in dairy cattle
- In vitro examination of DHA-edible micro-algae, 2: effect on rumen methane production and apparent degradability of hay
- Assessing rumen biohydrogenation and its manipulation in vivo, in vitro and in situ
- Influence of forages on the fatty acid composition of rumen digesta and ruminant milk and meat
- Influence of forages on the fatty acid composition of rumen digesta and rumnant milk and meat
- In vitro examination of DHA-edible micro algae, 1: effect on rumen lipolysis and biohydrogenation of linoleic and linolenic acid
- Apparent recovery of duodenal odd- and branched chain fatty acids in milk
- Effect of botanical composition of silages on rumen fatty acid metabolism and fatty acid composition in longissimus muscle and subcutaneous fat of lambs
Effect and working mechanism of DHA on rumen biohydrogenation of linoleic acid and implications for milk fat optimisation
2007) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 72(1). p.19-22 Mark(
- Changes in rumen biohydrogenation intermediates and ciliate protozoa diversity after algae supplementation to dairy cattle
- Comprehensive two-dimensional gas chromatography for the separation of fatty acids in milk
- Influence of the botanical composition of forages on rumen, milk and tissue fatty acid metabolism
- Energy supply of the okapi in captivity: intake and digestion trials
- The dissociation of the fluid and particle phase in the forestomach as a physiological characteristic of large grazing ruminants: an evaluation of available, comparable ruminant passage data
- Influence of the botanical composition of forages on rumen, milk and tissue fatty acid metabolism
- Grazing botanically diverse pastures induces differences in rumen fatty acid metabolism and intramuscular and subcutaneous lamb fat
- Effect of grazing botanically diverse pastures on rumen fatty acid metabolism and on intramuscular and subcutaneous lamb fat
- Accumulation of rumen biohydrogenation intermediates through grazing of botanically diverse pastures is associated with changes in the rumen protozoal population
Accumulation of biohydrogenation intermediates and changes in the rumen protozoal population after micro algae feeding to dairy cattle
2006) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 71(1). p.83-86 Mark(
- Macroscopic anatomy of the omasum of free-ranging moose (Alces alces) and muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) and a comparison of the omasal laminal surface area in 34 ruminant species
- Effect of forage: Concentrate ratio on fatty acid composition of rumen bacteria isolated from ruminal and duodenal digesta
Artificial neural networks to model the rumen fermentation pattern in dairy cattle
2006) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 71(1). p.99-102 Mark(
- Micro-algae as potent rumen methane inhibitors and modifiers of rumen lipolysis and biohydrogenation of linoleic and linolenic acid
- Energy supply of the okapi in captivity: fermentation characteristics of feedstuffs
- Milk odd- and branched-chain fatty acids in relation to the rumen fermentation pattern
- Use of odd and branched-chain fatty acids in rumen contents and milk as a potential microbial marker
- Effects of feeding perennial ryegrass with an elevated concentration of water-soluble carbohydrates on intake, rumen function and performance of dairy cows
- Effect of feeding live yeast products to calves with failure of passive transfer on performance and patterns of antibiotic resistance in fecal Escherichia coli
- Fibre degradation rate of perennial ryegrass varieties measured using three techniques: in situ nylon bag, in vivo rumen evacuation and in vitro gas production
Fate of dietary perchlorate in lactating dairy cows: relevance to animal health and levels in the milk supply
2005) PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. 102(45). p.16152-16157 Mark(
- Effects of perennial ryegrass cultivars on intake, digestibility, and milk yield in dairy cows
Use of specific milk fatty acids as diagnostic tool for rumen acidosis in dairy cows
2005) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 70(2). p.277-280 Mark(
- Milk fatty acid composition and associated rumen lipolysis and fatty acid hydrogenation when feeding forages from intensively managed or semi-natural grasslands
- Long-day photoperiod that enhances puberty does not limit body growth in Holstein heifers
Rumen and milk fatty acid pattern when feeding forages from intensively managed or semi-natural grasslands
2004) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 69. p.179-182 Mark(
- Rumen odd and branched chain fatty acids in relation to in vitro rumen volatile fatty acid productions and dietary characteristics of incubated substrates
- Is the synthesis of rumen bacterial protein limited by the availability of pre-formed amino acids and/or peptides? Commentary
- Advanced anaerobic bioconversion of lignocellulosic waste for bioregenerative life support following thermal water treatment and biodegradation by Fibrobacter succinogenes
Odd and branched chain fatty acids in rumen contents and milk of dairy cows fed forages from semi-natural grasslands.
2004) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 69. p.337-340 Mark(
- Seasonal faecal excretion, gut fill, liquid and particle marker retention in mouflon Ovis ammon musimon, and a comparison with roe deer Capreolus capreolus
- Rumen lipolysis and hydrogenation in relaton to milk fatty acid pattern when feeding forages from intensively managed or semi-natural grasslands.
- Visceral tissue growth and proliferation during the bovine lactation cycle
Micro-algae as potent rumen methane inhibitors and modifiers of rumen lipolysis and biohydrogenation of linoleic acid
2004) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 69(2). p.127-130 Mark(
- Bovine somatotropin and rumen-undegradable protein effects on skeletal growth in prepubertal dairy heifers
- In vitro rumen fermentation of tropical browse seeds in relation to their content of secondary metabolites
- Effect of fish oil on in vitro rumen lipolysis, apparent biohydrogenation of linoleic and linolenic acid and accumulation of biohydrogenation intermediates
- Milk odd and branched chain fatty acids to predict apparently rumen degraded organic matter
- Effect of bovine somatotropin and rumen-undegradable protein on mammary growth of prepubertal dairy heifers and subsequent milk production
- Bovine somatotropin and rumen-undegradable protein effects in prepubertal dairy heifers: Effects on body composition and organ and tissue weights
- Effect of 9,10-Anthraquinone on rumen methane production as studied in vitro and in vivo
- Prediction of rumen volatile fatty acids based on milk fatty acid profiles
- Fish oils as potent rumen methane inhibitors and associated effects on rumen fermentation in vitro and in vivo
Proportions of rumen volatile fatty acids in relation to milk fatty acid profiles
2003) COMMUNICATIONS IN AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES. 68(3). p.321-324 Mark(
- Ruminant diversification as an adaptation to the physicomechanical characteristics of forage: a reevaluation of an old debate and a new hypothesis
- Relationship between rumen odd and branched chain fatty acids and fermentation characteristics as studied in vitro
- Prediction of rumen volatile fatty acids based on milk fatty acid profiles
- In vitro effects of bacitracin and monensin on ovine rumen fermentation.
- Milk odd and branched chain fatty acids in relation to dietary NDF content and rumen fermentation pattern.
- Methane emissions from the rumen of sheep fed a mixed grass-clover pasture at two fertilisation rates in early and late season.
- Faecal particle size distribution in captive wild ruminants: an approach to the browser/grazer dicotomy from the other end
- Effect of level and origin of rumen degradable nitrogen on rumen microbial growth and nitrogen utilisation efficiency of animals fed maize silage at maintenance.
- Clover saponins as methane inhibitors and their effect on rumen N utilisation effficiency as studied in vitro and in vivo.
- Differences in selective reticulo-ruminal particle retention as a key factor in ruminant diversification
- Effect of clover content of forage on methanogenesis and rumen microbial N utilization in sheep
Effect of N fertilisation rate, energy supplementation and supplementation strategy on efficiency of N utilisation in the sheep rumen.
2001) ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG. 55(3). p.183-205 Mark(
- Optimizing rumen function as a contribution to pollution control.
- Treatment of acute Escherichia coli mastitis in cows with enrofloxacin: effect on clinical signs and chemiluminescence of circulating neutrophils.
- Reductive acetogenesis in the hindgut and attempts to its induction in the rumen - A review.
- Transformation and Effects of Unsaturated Fatty Acids in the Rumen. Consequences on Milk Fat Secretion
- Degradation of methionine by rumen contents in vitro and efficiency of its protection.
- Manipulation of ruminai fermentation
- Transformations and effects of unsaturated fatty acids in the rumen. Consequences on milk fat secretion
Attempts to induce reductive acetogenesis into a sheep rumen.
1996) ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG. 49(4). p.363-370 Mark(
- Lipolysis and biohydrogenation of soyabean oil in the rumen in vitro: inhibition by antimicrobials
- Lasting effects of monensin on rumen and caecal fermentation in sheep fed a high grain diet.
- Influence of pH on lipolysis and biohydrogenation of soybean oil by rumen contents in vitro.
Effect of pH on biohydrogenation of polyunsaturated fatty acids and their Ca-salts by rumen microorganisms in vitro.
1996) ARCHIVES OF ANIMAL NUTRITION-ARCHIV FUR TIERERNAHRUNG. 49(2). p.151-157 Mark(
- Control of rumen methanogenesis.
- Attempted induction of reductive acetogenesis into the rumen fermentation in vitro.
- Glucose and norepinephrine challenges during abomasal infusion of cis or trans octadecenoates in Holstein cows
TRANSFORMATIONS AND EFFECTS OF LIPIDS IN THE RUMEN - 3 DECADES OF RESEARCH AT GENT-UNIVERSITY.
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- ADAPTATION OF RUMEN FERMENTATION TO MONENSIN ADMINISTRATION.
- Lipolysis and biohydrogenation of soybean oil in the rumen in vitro: Inhibition by antimicrobials.
- Transformations and effects of lipids in the rumen: three decades of research at Gent University
- Milk-fat yield and composition during abomasal infusion of cis or trans octadecenoates in Holstein cows
- Effect of antimicrobials on lipolysis and biohydrogenation of soyabean oil in the rumen in vitro
- EFFECT OF LIPIDS ON RUMEN FERMENTATION AND KINETICS OF RUMEN DIGESTA IN SHEEP FED A RESTRICTED DIET.
- Partial prostaglandin-mediated mechanism controlling the release of cortisol in plasma after intravenous administration of endotoxins.
- Influence of antibiotics and a dcaminase inhibitor on volatile fatty acids and methane production from detergent washed hay and soluble starch by rumen microbes in vitro.
- Effect of defaunation and hay: concentrate ratio on fermentation, fibre digestion and passage in the rumen of sheep.
- Differences in stoichiometry between rumen and hindgut fermentation
- Quantitative aspects of microbial metabolism in the rumen and hindguL
- Lipolysis and hydrogénation of soybean oil in the rumen of a sheep
- Effects of the presence or absence of rumen protozoa on the efficiency of utilisation of concentrate and fibrous feeds
- Modification of rumen fermentation by the use of additives
- Pathophysiological effects of endotoxins in ruminants .1. Changes in body-temperature and reticulo-rumen motility, and the effect of repeated administration
- Lipolysis and hydrogénation of soyabean oil in the rumen of sheep. Proc. Society Nutr. Physiol., 1, 59, 1993.
- Effect of defaunation and hay: concentrate ratio on fermentation, fibre digestion and passage in the rumen of sheep. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 1992, 37, 333-344.
- Adaptation of rumen fermentation to monensin in sheep fed a high grain diet.
- Comparaison du pH et du pouvoir tampon dans le rumen des ovins et des dromadaires.