Ellen Kienzle undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Animal science and Agronomy in her work. Her research on Agronomy frequently connects to adjacent areas such as Hay. Hay is frequently linked to Animal science in her study. Her Ecology study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Feces. Ellen Kienzle regularly links together related areas like Ecology in her Feces studies. Her Food science study typically links adjacent topics like Meal. Her Meal study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Food science. Her Body weight research extends to the thematically linked field of Internal medicine. Her work on Internal medicine expands to the thematically related Body weight.
Agronomy connects with themes related to Dry matter and Hay in her study. Her Dry matter study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Agronomy. While working in this field, she studies both Animal science and Botany. Ellen Kienzle combines Botany and Animal science in her research. Much of her study explores Food science relationship to Starch. Her Starch study frequently links to other fields, such as Food science. Her study ties her expertise on Phosphorus together with the subject of Organic chemistry. In her works, Ellen Kienzle undertakes multidisciplinary study on Phosphorus and Calcium. She regularly ties together related areas like Organic chemistry in her Calcium studies.
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Comparative Chewing Efficiency in Mammalian Herbivores
Julia Fritz;Jürgen Hummel;Ellen Kienzle;Christian Arnold.
A Comparison of the Feeding Behavior and the Human–Animal Relationship in Owners of Normal and Obese Dogs
Ellen Kienzle;Reinhold Bergler;Anja Mandernach.
Journal of Nutrition (1998)
Human-Animal Relationship of Owners of Normal and Overweight Cats
Ellen Kienzle;Reinhold Bergler.
Journal of Nutrition (2006)
Investigations on preileal digestion of starch from grain, potato and manioc in horses
H Meyer;S Radicke;E Kienzle;S Wilke.
Journal of Veterinary Medicine Series A-physiology Pathology Clinical Medicine (1995)
Induction of ketosis in rats fed low-carbohydrate, high-fat diets depends on the relative abundance of dietary fat and protein
Maximilian Bielohuby;Dominik Menhofer;Henriette Kirchner;Barbara J. M. Stoehr.
American Journal of Physiology-endocrinology and Metabolism (2011)
Short‐term exposure to low‐carbohydrate, high‐fat diets induces low bone mineral density and reduces bone formation in rats
Maximilian Bielohuby;Maiko Matsuura;Nadja Herbach;Ellen Kienzle.
Journal of Bone and Mineral Research (2010)
Studies on feed digestibilities in captive Asian elephants (Elephas maximus)
Marcus Clauss;W Loehlein;Ellen Kienzle;Henning Wiesner.
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (2003)
Carnivorous mammals: nutrient digestibility and energy evaluation.
Marcus Clauss;Helen Kleffner;Ellen Kienzle.
Zoo Biology (2010)
Carbohydrate metabolism of the cat 1. Activity of amylase in the gastrointestinal tract of the cat
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (1993)
Supplemente zu Vorlesungen und Übungen in der Tierernährung
J Kamphues;C Iben;J Pallauf;M Wanner.
Supplemente zu Vorlesungen und Übungen in der Tierernährung. Edited by: Kamphues, J; Iben, C; Pallauf, J; Wanner, M; Coenen, M; Kienzle, E; Simon, O; Zeritek, J (2009). Hanover: M + H Schaper. (2009)
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