The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Nutrient, Ecology, Forage and Carbohydrate. Alice N. Pell performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Animal science and Mean squared prediction error via her papers. Her Nutrient study incorporates themes from Dry matter, Dairy cattle, Reproduction, Rumen and Herd.
Her work in the fields of Ecology, such as Coupled human–environment system and Pongidae, intersects with other areas such as Natural. Her Forage research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Digestion and Fodder. The concepts of her Carbohydrate study are interwoven with issues in Food science and Propionate.
Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Agronomy, Forage, Dry matter and Neutral Detergent Fiber. Her work deals with themes such as Rumen, Digestion, Carbohydrate and Botany, which intersect with Animal science. The various areas that Alice N. Pell examines in her Agronomy study include Soil organic matter, Soil water, Soil fertility and Nutrient.
Her research integrates issues of Fodder and Lignin in her study of Forage. Alice N. Pell interconnects National park, Ecology, Inoculation, Body weight and Pith in the investigation of issues within Dry matter. Her work on Coupled human–environment system and Wet season as part of general Ecology research is frequently linked to Natural, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Agronomy, Soil fertility, Food security and Agriculture. Her research in Animal science intersects with topics in Randomized block design, Rumen and Human fertilization. Her work carried out in the field of Rumen brings together such families of science as Ileum, Dairy cattle, Small intestine and Microbiology.
Her Manure study in the realm of Agronomy connects with subjects such as Composition. Her Soil fertility study also includes
Her main research concerns Animal science, Soil fertility, Nutrient, Soil organic matter and Agronomy. Her Animal science research integrates issues from Rumen, Ecology and Botany. She has researched Soil fertility in several fields, including Natural resource and Livestock.
Her Nutrient study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Reproduction, Pongidae, Dry weight, Sugar and Frugivore. Her Soil organic matter study deals with Organic matter intersecting with Soil carbon, Manure, Soil management and Green manure. Alice N. Pell has included themes like Soil water and Soil retrogression and degradation in her Agronomy study.
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Complexity of coupled human and natural systems
Jianguo Liu;Thomas Dietz;Stephen R. Carpenter;Marina Alberti.
Analysis of condensed tannins: a review
P Schofield;D.M Mbugua;A.N Pell.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2001)
Coupled Human and Natural Systems
Jianguo Liu;Thomas Dietz;Stephen R. Carpenter;Carl Folke.
AMBIO: A Journal of the Human Environment (2007)
The Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System model for evaluating herd nutrition and nutrient excretion
D.G Fox;L.O Tedeschi;T.P Tylutki;J.B Russell.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2004)
Computerized monitoring of gas production to measure forage digestion in vitro
A.N. Pell;P. Schofield.
Journal of Dairy Science (1993)
Manure and Microbes: Public and Animal Health Problem?
Alice N. Pell.
Journal of Dairy Science (1997)
Kinetics of fiber digestion from in vitro gas production.
P Schofield;R E Pitt;A N Pell.
Journal of Animal Science (1994)
Reversibility of Soil Productivity Decline with Organic Matter of Differing Quality Along a Degradation Gradient
Joseph M. Kimetu;Johannes Lehmann;Solomon O. Ngoze;Daniel N. Mugendi.
A mechanistic model for predicting the nutrient requirements and feed biological values for sheep
A. Cannas;L. O. Tedeschi;D. G. Fox;A. N. Pell.
Journal of Animal Science (2004)
Cornell Net Carbohydrate and Protein System: A model for precision feeding of dairy cattle
T.P. Tylutki;D.G. Fox;V.M. Durbal;L.O. Tedeschi.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
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