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Implications Of Excess Nitrogen For Intake, Diet Choice And Production Of Sheep Fed Temperate Pastures, Garry C. Waghorn, G. P. Cosgrove 2021 DairyNZ, New Zealand

Implications Of Excess Nitrogen For Intake, Diet Choice And Production Of Sheep Fed Temperate Pastures, Garry C. Waghorn, G. P. Cosgrove

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Sample Preparation Affects Non Structural Carbohydrates In Alfalfa, Gaëtan F. Tremblay, Annick Bertrand, Yves Castonguay, Gilles Bélanger, Sophie Pelletier, Réal Michaud 2021 Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, Canada

Sample Preparation Affects Non Structural Carbohydrates In Alfalfa, Gaëtan F. Tremblay, Annick Bertrand, Yves Castonguay, Gilles Bélanger, Sophie Pelletier, Réal Michaud

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Nitrogen Intake And Utilisation Pattern In The Digestive Tract Of Sheep Grazing Four Subtropical Foggages, Willem A. van Niekerk, Abubeker Hassen 2021 University of Pretoria, South Africa

Nitrogen Intake And Utilisation Pattern In The Digestive Tract Of Sheep Grazing Four Subtropical Foggages, Willem A. Van Niekerk, Abubeker Hassen

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

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Effect Of Genotype And Cutting System On Agronomic And Feed Quality Characteristics Of Perennial Ryegrass (Lolium Perenne L.) Grown In Three Sites In Northern Germany, H. Salama, M. Lösche, Antje Herrmann, M. Gierus, Friedhelm Taube 2021 University of Kiel, Germany

Effect Of Genotype And Cutting System On Agronomic And Feed Quality Characteristics Of Perennial Ryegrass (Lolium Perenne L.) Grown In Three Sites In Northern Germany, H. Salama, M. Lösche, Antje Herrmann, M. Gierus, Friedhelm Taube

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

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Fermentative Profile Of Soybean Silages Treated With Molasses And Microbial Inoculant, Odilon G. Pereira, L. O. Rosa, E. M. Santos 2021 Federal University of Viçosa, Brazil

Fermentative Profile Of Soybean Silages Treated With Molasses And Microbial Inoculant, Odilon G. Pereira, L. O. Rosa, E. M. Santos

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


An Apparatus For Measuring Pasture Forage Mass, J. L. Moyer, D. W. Sweeney, K. W. Kelley, M. D. Schrock, R. R. Price 2021 Kansas State University

An Apparatus For Measuring Pasture Forage Mass, J. L. Moyer, D. W. Sweeney, K. W. Kelley, M. D. Schrock, R. R. Price

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

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The Mulberry As A Source Of Forage For Ruminants: Effects Of Stand Density And Cutting Frequency On Dry Matter Yield And Nutritive Value, H. Manterola, D. Cerda 2021 University of Chile, Chile

The Mulberry As A Source Of Forage For Ruminants: Effects Of Stand Density And Cutting Frequency On Dry Matter Yield And Nutritive Value, H. Manterola, D. Cerda

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

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Milk C18 :1 And Conjugated Linoleic Acid Isomers From Cows Grazed On Perennial Ryegrass, Tall Fescue Or Timothy Grass Swards, Michael R. F. Lee, E. J. Kim, N. Ellis, J. K. S. Tweed, N. D. Scollan 2021 Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, UK

Milk C18 :1 And Conjugated Linoleic Acid Isomers From Cows Grazed On Perennial Ryegrass, Tall Fescue Or Timothy Grass Swards, Michael R. F. Lee, E. J. Kim, N. Ellis, J. K. S. Tweed, N. D. Scollan

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

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Milk C18 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids From Cows Grazed On Perennial Ryegrass, Tall Fescue Or Timothy Grass Swards, Michael R. F. Lee, E. J. Kim, N. Ellis, J. K. S. Tweed, N. D. Scollan 2021 Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, UK

Milk C18 Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids From Cows Grazed On Perennial Ryegrass, Tall Fescue Or Timothy Grass Swards, Michael R. F. Lee, E. J. Kim, N. Ellis, J. K. S. Tweed, N. D. Scollan

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


A Study Of Old Field Succession At The Center For Environmental Education And Research (Ceer), Noah Vincent 2021 Susquehanna University

A Study Of Old Field Succession At The Center For Environmental Education And Research (Ceer), Noah Vincent

Senior Scholars Day

Using the successional plots located at the Center for Environmental Education and Research (CEER), the species composition and distribution of woody plant species were determined for four of these plots. Old field succession has large implications conservation considering how much land is used by humans for agricultural practice. Invasive species are also a growing threat to conservation, particularly in early successional environments, such as old fields, that allow them to have a foothold to grow. How these invasives impact native populations and the trajectory of succession is critical to conserving biodiversity of native organisms. Understanding how species abundance and distribution ...


041— Fiber Decomposition And Pretreatment Analysis Of Cannabis Sativa L.: Hemp, Dina Bu, Jessica Roggie, Sarah Schmidlin, Barnabas Gikonyo 2021 SUNY Geneseo

041— Fiber Decomposition And Pretreatment Analysis Of Cannabis Sativa L.: Hemp, Dina Bu, Jessica Roggie, Sarah Schmidlin, Barnabas Gikonyo

GREAT Day

Hemp is a subspecies of Cannabis sativa L. along with marijuana, yet the two differ in chemical constituent levels of delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD). Hemp contains 0.3% THC, compared to marijuana 17.1%, allowing it to be a safe and compelling biomass for investigation. The refined products of hemp are vast due to its fast-growing properties; therefore various commercial industries have included refined hemp in biofuels, biodegradable plastics, textiles, dietary supplements, paper, clothing, and much more. Construction and manufacturing applications have also been seen to include hemp to strengthen their composite products. The high-yielding, sustainable, and environmentally friendly ...


Subtidal Seaweed And Eelgrass Monitoring Photographs 2020, David M. Burdick, Gregg E. Moore 2021 Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

Subtidal Seaweed And Eelgrass Monitoring Photographs 2020, David M. Burdick, Gregg E. Moore

Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

Records of photographs of subtidal seaweed and eelgrass sampling plots for cover (50 by 50 cm) collected by Jackson Estuarine Laboratory research staff in 2020.


042— Pretreatment And Fiber Content Analysis Of Cannabis Sativa L. Part Ii., Jessica Roggie, Dina Bu, Sarah Schmidlin 2021 SUNY Geneseo

042— Pretreatment And Fiber Content Analysis Of Cannabis Sativa L. Part Ii., Jessica Roggie, Dina Bu, Sarah Schmidlin

GREAT Day

Cannabis Sativa L., more commonly known as hemp, has become one of the fastest-growing plants whose refined products have immense commercial value. Various products such as: biofuels, biodegradable plastics, textiles, dietary supplements, paper, clothing and more include refined hemp in their composition. Hemp fibers are also used in construction and manufacturing applications as a way to strengthen composite products. The various qualities of hemp make it a high yielding, sustainable, and environmentally friendly crop which has the potential to yield valuable raw materials for a great number of applications. Our research evaluates the pretreatment of hemp as well as the ...


006— Pretreatment And Fiber Content Analysis Of Cannabis Sativa, Dina Bu, Jessica Roggie, Sarah Schmidlin, Barnabas Gikonyo 2021 SUNY Geneseo

006— Pretreatment And Fiber Content Analysis Of Cannabis Sativa, Dina Bu, Jessica Roggie, Sarah Schmidlin, Barnabas Gikonyo

GREAT Day

Cannabis sativa commonly known as hemp is one of the fastest-growing plants whose refined products have immense commercial value. Various products include refined hemp such as: biofuels, biodegradable plastics, textiles, dietary supplements, paper, clothing, and much more. Hemp fibers are also used in construction and manufacturing applications by strengthening their composite products. Hemp is a high yielding, sustainable, and environmentally friendly crop due to its various qualities, and has the potential to yield valuable raw materials for a great number of applications. Our research evaluates the pretreatment of hemp as well as the comparative analysis of the fiber content thereof ...


Photographs Of Seaweeds In Intertidal Monitoring Plots, 2020, David M. Burdick, Gregg Moore 2021 Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

Photographs Of Seaweeds In Intertidal Monitoring Plots, 2020, David M. Burdick, Gregg Moore

Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

Records of photographs of intertidal seaweed sampling plots for cover (50 by 50 cm) and biomass (25 by 25 cm) collected by Jackson Estuarine Laboratory research staff in 2020.


Seaweed Monitoring In The Great Bay Estuary, Nh: 2020 Annual Report, Andrew Payne, David M. Burdick, Gregg Moore, Natalie White, Christopher Peter, Arthur Mathieson 2021 Jackson Estuainre Laboratory

Seaweed Monitoring In The Great Bay Estuary, Nh: 2020 Annual Report, Andrew Payne, David M. Burdick, Gregg Moore, Natalie White, Christopher Peter, Arthur Mathieson

Jackson Estuarine Laboratory

As water temperatures rise due to global warming and nitrogen inputs change, it is important to understand how these changes are impacting vegetative communities that form the basic habitat structure in the Great Bay Estuary, NH. The abundance and taxa of intertidal seaweeds have been monitored at fixed locations throughout the Estuary since 2013. In 2020, percent cover and biomass were collected from five intertidal and four subtidal sampling locations. Data from 2013-2020 show appreciable amounts of nuisance seaweeds (primarily reds), including several introduced species. Cover of green seaweeds decreased significantly over time at the two intertidal sites (Depot Road ...


Gwas And Wgcna Uncover Hub Genes Controlling Salt Tolerance In Maize (Zea Mays L.) Seedlings, Langlang Ma, Minyan Zhang, Jie Chen, Chunyan Qing, Shijiang He, Changying Zou, Guangsheng Yuan, Cong Yang, Hua Peng, Guangtang Pan, Thomas Lubberstedt, Yaou Shen 2021 Sichuan Agricultural University

Gwas And Wgcna Uncover Hub Genes Controlling Salt Tolerance In Maize (Zea Mays L.) Seedlings, Langlang Ma, Minyan Zhang, Jie Chen, Chunyan Qing, Shijiang He, Changying Zou, Guangsheng Yuan, Cong Yang, Hua Peng, Guangtang Pan, Thomas Lubberstedt, Yaou Shen

Agronomy Publications

Salt stress influences maize growth and development. To decode the genetic basis and hub genes controlling salt tolerance is a meaningful exploration for cultivating salt-tolerant maize varieties. Herein, we used an association panel consisting of 305 lines to identify the genetic loci responsible for Na+- and K+-related traits in maize seedlings. Under the salt stress, seven significant single nucleotide polymorphisms were identified using a genome-wide association study, and 120 genes were obtained by scanning the linkage disequilibrium regions of these loci. According to the transcriptome data of the above 120 genes under salinity treatment, we conducted a weighted gene ...


The Effect Of Polyphenol Oxidase On Lipolysis And Proteolysis Of Red Clover Silage With And Without A Silage Inoculant, Michael R. F. Lee, M. B. Scott, D. R. Davies, F. R. Minchin 2021 Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, UK

The Effect Of Polyphenol Oxidase On Lipolysis And Proteolysis Of Red Clover Silage With And Without A Silage Inoculant, Michael R. F. Lee, M. B. Scott, D. R. Davies, F. R. Minchin

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Influence Of Cutting Date On The Protein Quality Of Forage Legumes In The Autumn Regrowth, M. Gierus, J. Kleen, Friedhelm Taube 2021 University of Kiel, Germany

Influence Of Cutting Date On The Protein Quality Of Forage Legumes In The Autumn Regrowth, M. Gierus, J. Kleen, Friedhelm Taube

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


Voluntary Intake And Digestibility In Horses: Individual Variability In The Effect Of Forage Quality, N. Edouard, G. Fleurance, W. Martin‐Rosset, P. Duncan, J. P. Dulphy, S. Grange, R. Baumont, H. Dubroeucq, F. J. Pérez‐Barbería, I. J. Gordon 2021 INRA, France

Voluntary Intake And Digestibility In Horses: Individual Variability In The Effect Of Forage Quality, N. Edouard, G. Fleurance, W. Martin‐Rosset, P. Duncan, J. P. Dulphy, S. Grange, R. Baumont, H. Dubroeucq, F. J. Pérez‐Barbería, I. J. Gordon

International Grassland Congress Proceedings

No abstract provided.


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