In his research on the topic of Digestion (alchemy), Hexane, Gas chromatography, Centrifugation and Extraction (chemistry) is strongly related with Chromatography. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Extraction (chemistry) and Chromatography. While the research belongs to areas of Hay, Adam L. Lock spends his time largely on the problem of Animal science, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Dry matter, Dairy cattle and Milk production. His study ties his expertise on Animal science together with the subject of Dry matter. Adam L. Lock merges Dairy cattle with Lactation in his research. He regularly links together related areas like Total mixed ration in his Lactation studies. Adam L. Lock is doing genetic studies as part of his Total mixed ration and Metritis and Ice calving investigations. Adam L. Lock frequently studies issues relating to Ice calving and Metritis. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Whole milk and Food science.
His Biochemistry study frequently involves adjacent topics like Palmitic acid. Adam L. Lock undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Palmitic acid and Fatty acid in his work. In his work, he performs multidisciplinary research in Fatty acid and Polyunsaturated fatty acid. His study on Polyunsaturated fatty acid is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Biochemistry. His Food science study often links to related topics such as Starch. His studies link Food science with Starch. His study on Animal science is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Silage. His Silage study often links to related topics such as Animal science. His Neutral Detergent Fiber research extends to the thematically linked field of Dry matter.
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Modifying milk fat composition of dairy cows to enhance fatty acids beneficial to human health
Adam L. Lock;Dale E. Bauman.
Major advances associated with the biosynthesis of milk.
D.E. Bauman;I.H. Mather;R.J. Wall;A.L. Lock.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Seasonal variation in milk conjugated linoleic acid and Δ9-desaturase activity in dairy cows
A.L Lock;P.C Garnsworthy.
Livestock Production Science (2003)
Biosynthesis of conjugated linoleic acid in ruminants and humans.
Donald L Palmquist;Adam L Lock;Kevin J Shingfield;Dale E Bauman.
Advances in food and nutrition research (2005)
Do trans fatty acids from industrially produced sources and from natural sources have the same effect on cardiovascular disease risk factors in healthy subjects? Results of the trans Fatty Acids Collaboration (TRANSFACT) study.
Jean Michel Chardigny;Frédéric Destaillats;Corinne Malpuech-Brugère;Julie Moulin.
The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (2008)
Nutrigenomics, Rumen-Derived Bioactive Fatty Acids, and the Regulation of Milk Fat Synthesis
Dale E. Bauman;Kevin John Harvatine;Adam L. Lock.
Annual Review of Nutrition (2011)
A reappraisal of the impact of dairy foods and milk fat on cardiovascular disease risk
J. Bruce German;Robert A. Gibson;Ronald M. Krauss;Paul Nestel.
European Journal of Nutrition (2009)
Effects of Ruminant trans Fatty Acids on Cardiovascular Disease and Cancer: A Comprehensive Review of Epidemiological, Clinical, and Mechanistic Studies
Sarah K. Gebauer;Jean Michel Chardigny;Jean Michel Chardigny;Marianne Uhre Jakobsen;Benoît Lamarche.
Advances in Nutrition (2011)
Independent effects of dietary linoleic and linolenic fatty acids on the conjugated linoleic acid content of cows’ milk
A.L. Lock;P.C. Garnsworthy.
Animal Science (2002)
Technical note: a rapid lipid separation method for determining fatty acid composition of milk.
S. Feng;A.L. Lock;P.C. Garnsworthy.
Journal of Dairy Science (2004)
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