His scientific interests lie mostly in Rumen, Fermentation, Food science, Biochemistry and Bacteria. His Rumen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Microorganism, Protozoa, Methanogenesis, Hay and Digestion. His studies in Fermentation integrate themes in fields like Agronomy, Biotechnology, Yeast, Propionate and Animal science.
His study looks at the relationship between Food science and topics such as Growth medium, which overlap with Monensin. His study focuses on the intersection of Biochemistry and fields such as Essential oil with connections in the field of Silage. As a member of one scientific family, Charles J. Newbold mostly works in the field of Bacteria, focusing on Dairy cattle and, on occasion, Carbohydrate, Fungus and Protein metabolism.
His primary areas of study are Rumen, Fermentation, Food science, Biochemistry and Animal science. Charles J. Newbold combines subjects such as Ruminant, Hay, Botany, Microbiology and Bacteria with his study of Rumen. His Bacteria study combines topics in areas such as Ribosomal RNA, In vitro and Essential oil.
As part of the same scientific family, Charles J. Newbold usually focuses on Fermentation, concentrating on Propionate and intersecting with Valerate. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Microorganism, Methane production, Sandalwood extract and Microbial metabolism. Many of his research projects under Animal science are closely connected to Fish meal with Fish meal, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
Charles J. Newbold focuses on Rumen, Ruminant, Animal science, Fermentation and Food science. His Rumen study is related to the wider topic of Biochemistry. Charles J. Newbold has included themes like Biomass, Biofuel, Sustainability and Food security in his Ruminant study.
His Animal science course of study focuses on Feces and Obesity. His work in the fields of Butyrate overlaps with other areas such as Composition. His Food science research includes themes of Microorganism, Biological activity, Ammonia production and Chemical structure.
Charles J. Newbold mainly investigates Fermentation, Rumen, Food science, Ruminant and Gastrointestinal Microbiome. His research in Fermentation intersects with topics in Gut flora, Beagle, Animal science and Starch. Charles J. Newbold interconnects Methanogen, Butyrivibrio, Archaea and Ruminococcus in the investigation of issues within Ruminant.
Gastrointestinal Microbiome is a subfield of Microbiome that Charles J. Newbold investigates. The concepts of his Microbiome study are interwoven with issues in Metabolome and Physiology.
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Mode of action of the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae as a feed additive for ruminants
C. J. Newbold;R. J. Wallace;F. M. Mcintosh.
British Journal of Nutrition (1996)
Microbial ecosystem and methanogenesis in ruminants
D. P. Morgavi;E. Forano;C. Martin;C. J. Newbold.
Manipulation of ruminal fermentation
T. G. Nagaraja;C. J. Newbold;C. J. van Nevel;D. I. Demeyer.
Redirecting rumen fermentation to reduce methanogenesis
T. A. McAllister;C. J. Newbold.
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture (2008)
Effects of the inclusion of yeast culture (Saccharomyces cerevisiae plus growth medium) in the diet of dairy cows on milk yield and forage degradation and fermentation patterns in the rumen of steers.
P. E. V. Williams;C. A. G. Tait;G. M. Innes;C. J. Newbold.
Journal of Animal Science (1991)
Effects of essential oils on ruminal microorganisms and their protein metabolism.
F. M. McIntosh;P. Williams;R. Losa;R. J. Wallace.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2003)
Plant extracts to manipulate rumen fermentation
K. J. Hart;David Rafael Yáñez-Ruiz;Stephan Duval;N. R. McEwan.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
Different strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae differ in their effects on ruminal bacterial numbers in vitro and in sheep.
C J Newbold;R J Wallace;X B Chen;F M McIntosh.
Journal of Animal Science (1995)
EFFECTS OF A SPECIFIC BLEND OF ESSENTIAL OIL COMPOUNDS ON RUMEN FERMENTATION
C.J Newbold;F.M McIntosh;P Williams;Riccardo Losa.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2004)
Influence of Yucca shidigera extract on ruminal ammonia concentrations and ruminal microorganisms
R J Wallace;L Arthaud;C J Newbold.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1994)
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