His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Food science, Fatty acid, Beef cattle and Silage. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rumen and Mineralogy in addition to Animal science. In the subject of general Food science, his work in Sunflower oil is often linked to Factorial experiment and Fish oil, thereby combining diverse domains of study.
His Fatty acid study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Adipose tissue and Grazing. His research integrates issues of Agronomy and Linoleic acid in his study of Beef cattle. His study connects Muscle fat and Silage.
A.P. Moloney mainly focuses on Animal science, Silage, Dry matter, Food science and Rumen. His work in Animal science addresses subjects such as Grazing, which are connected to disciplines such as Pasture and Crossbreed. His Silage study combines topics in areas such as Meal, Forage, Distillers grains and Polyunsaturated fatty acid.
The various areas that he examines in his Dry matter study include Urea, Cattle grazing and Fodder. His work is dedicated to discovering how Food science, Fatty acid are connected with Adipose tissue and other disciplines. His study focuses on the intersection of Rumen and fields such as Propionate with connections in the field of Hay.
A.P. Moloney focuses on Animal science, Silage, Breed, Food science and Grazing. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Animal science, Quality characteristics is strongly linked to Pasture. His Silage study introduces a deeper knowledge of Agronomy.
A.P. Moloney interconnects Crossbreed and Sire in the investigation of issues within Breed. His Food science research includes themes of Lipid metabolism and Fatty acid composition. In his research, Pasture based, Subcutaneous adipose tissue and Longissimus muscle is intimately related to Subcutaneous fat, which falls under the overarching field of Dry matter.
A.P. Moloney mainly investigates Animal science, Breed, Food science, Silage and Rumen. His primary area of study in Animal science is in the field of Dry matter. A.P. Moloney works mostly in the field of Breed, limiting it down to concerns involving Crossbreed and, occasionally, Grazing, Norwegian Red, Longissimus and Veterinary medicine.
His work on Intramuscular fat and Tenderness as part of general Food science research is frequently linked to Lactate dehydrogenase, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. A.P. Moloney combines subjects such as Starch and Growing cattle with his study of Silage. His study in Rumen is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ruminant, Lipid metabolism, Oxidative phosphorylation and Polyunsaturated fatty acid.
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The fatty acid composition of muscle fat and subcutaneous adipose tissue of pasture-fed beef heifers: influence of the duration of grazing.
F. Noci;F. Noci;F. J. Monahan;P. French;A. P. Moloney.
Journal of Animal Science (2005)
Colour of bovine subcutaneous adipose tissue: A review of contributory factors, associations with carcass and meat quality and its potential utility in authentication of dietary history.
P.G. Dunne;F.J. Monahan;F.P. O’Mara;A.P. Moloney.
Meat Science (2009)
Producing tender and flavoursome beef with enhanced nutritional characteristics.
A. P. Moloney;M. T. Mooney;J. P. Kerry;D. J. Troy.
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society (2001)
The fatty acid composition of muscle fat and subcutaneous adipose tissue of grazing heifers supplemented with plant oil-enriched concentrates.
F. Noci;P. French;F. J. Monahan;A. P. Moloney.
Journal of Animal Science (2007)
The isotope record of short- and long-term dietary changes in sheep tooth enamel: Implications for quantitative reconstruction of paleodiets
A. Zazzo;M. Balasse;B.H. Passey;A.P. Moloney.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2010)
Seasonal variation in the C, N and S stable isotope composition of retail organic and conventional Irish beef
B. Bahar;O. Schmidt;A.P. Moloney;C.M. Scrimgeour.
Food Chemistry (2008)
Effect of fish oil on in vitro rumen lipolysis, apparent biohydrogenation of linoleic and linolenic acid and accumulation of biohydrogenation intermediates
T.T. Chow;V. Fievez;A.P. Moloney;K. Raes.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2004)
Effect of level and duration of dietary n-3 polyunsaturated fatty acid supplementation on the transcriptional regulation of Delta9-desaturase in muscle of beef cattle.
S. M. Waters;J. P. Kelly;P. O'Boyle;A. P. Moloney.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Methane emissions, feed intake, performance, digestibility, and rumen fermentation of finishing beef cattle offered whole-crop wheat silages differing in grain content.
E. J. Mc Geough;E. J. Mc Geough;P. O'Kiely;K. J. Hart;A. P. Moloney.
Journal of Animal Science (2010)
Fatty acid composition of intra-muscular triacylglycerols of steers fed autumn grass and concentrates
P French;P French;E.G O’Riordan;F.J Monahan;P.J Caffrey.
Livestock Production Science (2003)
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