Her primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Meal, Feed conversion ratio, Hermetia illucens and Food science. She interconnects Bee pollen, Pollen, Starter and Fatty acid in the investigation of issues within Animal science. Her Meal research integrates issues from Biochemistry and Larva.
Her Larva research incorporates elements of Albumin and Globulin. Her work on Protein efficiency ratio as part of general Feed conversion ratio study is frequently connected to Fish meal and Dual purpose, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. The concepts of her Food science study are interwoven with issues in Insect, Pepsin and In vitro.
Her primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Food science, Feed conversion ratio, Meal and Fermentation. She is interested in Weaning, which is a field of Animal science. Her study in the field of Broiler is also linked to topics like Milk yield.
Her work on Protein efficiency ratio as part of her general Feed conversion ratio study is frequently connected to Mannan and Fish meal, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Meal study combines topics in areas such as Larva and Hermetia illucens. The study incorporates disciplines such as Silage, Beet pulp, Agronomy and Hay in addition to Fermentation.
Her main research concerns Animal science, Meal, Hermetia illucens, Food science and Larva. Her research in Animal science intersects with topics in Feed conversion ratio, Low protein, Weight gain and Phytase. Her Feed conversion ratio study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dry matter, Albumin and Globulin.
She combines subjects such as Animal nutrition and Fatty acid with her study of Meal. She has researched Hermetia illucens in several fields, including Jejunum, Prebiotic and Yolk. Her Food science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Elusimicrobium minutum and Gut flora.
Meal, Animal science, Hermetia illucens, Feed conversion ratio and Larva are her primary areas of study. Her research in Meal tackles topics such as Fatty acid which are related to areas like Lutein, Yolk, Carotenoid and Plant protein. She regularly ties together related areas like Ileum in her Animal science studies.
The concepts of her Hermetia illucens study are interwoven with issues in Food science, Albumin, Jejunum and Globulin. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Elusimicrobium minutum and Gut flora. Her study looks at the intersection of Feed conversion ratio and topics like Dry matter with Protein efficiency ratio, Weight gain, Animal nutrition and Biochemistry.
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In Vitro Crude Protein Digestibility of Tenebrio Molitor and Hermetia Illucens Insect Meals and its Correlation with Chemical Composition Traits
Stefania Marono;Giovanni Piccolo;Rosa Loponte;Carmelo Di Meo.
Italian Journal of Animal Science (2015)
Use of larvae meal as protein source in broiler diet: Effect on growth performance, nutrient digestibility, and carcass and meat traits.
F Bovera;R. Loponte;S. Marono;G. Piccolo.
Journal of Animal Science (2016)
Insect-based diet, a promising nutritional source, modulates gut microbiota composition and SCFAs production in laying hens.
Luca Borrelli;Lorena Coretti;Lorena Coretti;Ludovico Dipineto;Fulvia Bovera.
Scientific Reports (2017)
Yellow mealworm larvae (Tenebrio molitor, L.) as a possible alternative to soybean meal in broiler diets
Fulvia Bovera;Giovanni Piccolo;Laura Gasco;S. Marono.
British Poultry Science (2015)
Effect of Tenebrio molitor larvae meal on growth performance, in vivo nutrients digestibility, somatic and marketable indexes of gilthead sea bream (Sparus aurata)
G. Piccolo;Valeria Iaconisi;S. Marono;L. Gasco;L. Gasco.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2017)
Productive performance and blood profiles of laying hens fed Hermetia illucens larvae meal as total replacement of soybean meal from 24 to 45 weeks of age.
S Marono;R Loponte;P Lombardi;G Vassalotti.
Poultry Science (2017)
Productive performance, biochemical and hematological traits of broiler chickens supplemented with propolis, bee pollen, and mannan oligosaccharides continuously or intermittently
Y.A. Attia;Y.A. Attia;A.E. Abd Al-Hamid;M.S. Ibrahim;M.A. Al-Harthi.
Livestock Science (2014)
Dietary inclusion of Tenebrio molitor larvae meal: Effects on growth performance and final quality treats of blackspot sea bream (Pagellus bogaraveo)
Valeria Iaconisi;Stefania Marono;Giuliana Parisi;Laura Gasco.
Genetically modified soya bean in rabbit feeding: detection of DNA fragments and evaluation of metabolic effects by enzymatic analysis
R. Tudisco;P. Lombardi;F. Bovera;D. dˇAngelo.
Animal Science (2006)
Effect of different levels of bee pollen on performance and blood profile of New Zealand White bucks and growth performance of their offspring during summer and winter months.
Y. A. Attia;A. Al-Hanoun;F. Bovera.
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (2011)
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