1997 - Polish Academy of Science
1991 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
E. R. Ørskov mainly focuses on Animal science, Rumen, Dry matter, Digestion and Food science. His work in the fields of Animal science, such as Hay, overlaps with other areas such as Composition. The study incorporates disciplines such as Meal, Incubation and Nitrogen in addition to Rumen.
E. R. Ørskov works mostly in the field of Dry matter, limiting it down to topics relating to In vivo and, in certain cases, In vitro, as a part of the same area of interest. His Digestion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Organic matter, Tallow and Starch. E. R. Ørskov interconnects Amino acid, Small intestine and Fatty acid in the investigation of issues within Food science.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Rumen, Food science, Dry matter and Straw. The concepts of his Animal science study are interwoven with issues in Urea, Endocrinology, Urine, Excretion and Casein. His research in the fields of Abomasum overlaps with other disciplines such as Degradation.
His work in Food science addresses issues such as Fish meal, which are connected to fields such as Meal. His Dry matter study combines topics in areas such as Organic matter, Incubation, Hay, Feed conversion ratio and In vivo. His Straw research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hemicellulose, Anhydrous and Cellulase.
E. R. Ørskov mostly deals with Animal science, Rumen, Dry matter, Excretion and Botany. His research in Animal science is mostly concerned with Hay. His Rumen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Microbial biodegradation, Gliricidia sepium and Nutrient.
E. R. Ørskov has included themes like Sugar, Organic matter and Straw in his Dry matter study. His research investigates the link between Organic matter and topics such as Urea that cross with problems in Saccharum officinarum, Meal and Protein metabolism. The Botany study combines topics in areas such as Food science and Chemical composition.
E. R. Ørskov focuses on Botany, Animal science, Dry matter, Rumen and Metabolism. His studies deal with areas such as Organic matter, Food science and Chemical composition as well as Botany. His study of Leucaena is a part of Animal science.
His Dry matter research integrates issues from Sugar, Hydrolysis and Straw. His Rumen study combines topics in areas such as Gliricidia, Gliricidia sepium and Phenols. His study in Metabolism is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fatty alcohol, Uric acid, Hypoxanthine and Renal physiology.
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The estimation of protein degradability in the rumen from incubation measurements weighted according to rate of passage
E. R. Ørskov;I. McDonald.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (1979)
A study of artificial fibre bag technique for determining the dig estibility of feeds in the rumen
A. Z. Mehrez;E. R. Ørskov.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (1977)
Associative effects of mixed feeds. I. effects of type and level of supplementation and the influence of the rumen fluid pH on cellulolysis in vivo and dry matter digestion of various roughages
F.L. Mould;E.R. Ørskov;S.O. Mann.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1983)
Comparison of in vitro gas production and nylon bag degradability of roughages in predicting feed intake in cattle
M. Blu¨mmel;E.R. Ørskov.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1993)
Rates of rumen fermentation in relation to ammonia concentration
A. Z. Mehrez;E. R. Ørskov;I. McDonald.
British Journal of Nutrition (1977)
Manipulation of rumen fluid pH and its influence on cellulolysis in sacco, dry matter degradation and the rumen microflora of sheep offered either hay or concentrate
F.L. Mould;E.R. Ørskov.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1983)
Excretion of purine derivatives by ruminants : effect of microbial nucleic acid infusion on purine derivative excretion by steers
J. Verbic;X. B. Chen;N. A. MacLeod;E. R. Ørskov.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (1990)
Excretion of purine derivatives by ruminants: effect of exogenous nucleic acid supply on purine derivative excretion by sheep.
X. B. Chen;F. D. DeB. Hovell;E. R. Ørskov;D. S. Brown.
British Journal of Nutrition (1990)
The effect of protein infusion on urinary excretion of purine derivatives in ruminants nourished by intragastric nutrition
T. Fujihara;E. R. Ørskov;P. J. Reeds;D. J. Kyle.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (1987)
The effect of feed intake and body weight on purine derivative excretion and microbial protein supply in sheep.
X B Chen;Y K Chen;M F Franklin;E R Orskov.
Journal of Animal Science (1992)
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