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Discipline name D-index D-index (Discipline H-index) only includes papers and citation values for an examined discipline in contrast to General H-index which accounts for publications across all disciplines. Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Animal Science and Veterinary D-index 24 Citations 2,426 43 World Ranking 1078 National Ranking 340

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Food science
  • Animal science
  • Biochemistry

H.H. Van Horn mostly deals with Dairy cattle, Food science, Agronomy, Dry matter and Manure. His Dairy cattle research integrates issues from Milk protein, Blood meal and Distillers grains. His study in the field of Neutral Detergent Fiber is also linked to topics like Ice calving and NEFA.

His study in the field of Manure management also crosses realms of Anaerobic digestion. While the research belongs to areas of Rumen, he spends his time largely on the problem of Starch, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Silage. His research on Cottonseed also deals with topics like

  • Hay that connect with fields like Forage and Fodder,
  • Animal science together with Feces.

His most cited work include:

  • Components of dairy manure management systems. (214 citations)
  • Physiological and Production Responses of Dairy Cattle to a Shade Structure in a Subtropical Environment (179 citations)
  • EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATION OF DIETARY PHOSPHORUS ON AMOUNT AND ROUTE OF EXCRETION (168 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

Food science, Cottonseed, Dry matter, Dairy cattle and Animal science are his primary areas of study. In the subject of general Food science, his work in Silage is often linked to Milk yield, thereby combining diverse domains of study. His Cottonseed study incorporates themes from Cattle feeding and Animal feed.

His Dairy cattle research focuses on Pulp and how it connects with Starch. His work deals with themes such as Internal medicine, Feces, Agronomy and Endocrinology, which intersect with Animal science. His Agronomy study which covers Nutrient management that intersects with Nutrient cycle.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Food science (41.67%)
  • Cottonseed (31.67%)
  • Dry matter (30.00%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 1996-2011)?

  • Dairy cattle (30.00%)
  • Dry matter (30.00%)
  • Manure (20.00%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

H.H. Van Horn mainly investigates Dairy cattle, Dry matter, Manure, Food science and Effluent. He has included themes like Cottonseed, Internal medicine and Endocrinology in his Dairy cattle study. Manure is a primary field of his research addressed under Agronomy.

His Manure management study in the realm of Agronomy connects with subjects such as Carbon dioxide and Water quality. In his research, Animal feed, Pulp, Silage and Starch is intimately related to Feed conversion ratio, which falls under the overarching field of Food science. The various areas that H.H. Van Horn examines in his Effluent study include Total dissolved solids and Fertilizer.

Between 1996 and 2011, his most popular works were:

  • Effects of Prepartum Dry Matter Intake and Forage Percentage on Postpartum Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows (122 citations)
  • Performance of dairy cattle fed citrus pulp or corn products as sources of neutral detergent-soluble carbohydrates. (89 citations)
  • Effects of anaerobic digestion and additives to effluent or cattle feed on odor and odorant concentrations. (59 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Animal science
  • Food science
  • Biochemistry

H.H. Van Horn spends much of his time researching Dairy cattle, Food science, Dry matter, Rumen and Ice calving. His research in the fields of Digestion overlaps with other disciplines such as Anaerobic digestion. His Dry matter research incorporates elements of Pulp, Feed conversion ratio, Silage and Starch.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Veterinary medicine, Subclinical infection and Animal science. He incorporates a variety of subjects into his writings, including Ice calving, Neutral Detergent Fiber, Fodder and Forage.

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Best Publications

Components of dairy manure management systems.

H.H. Van Horn;A.C. Wilkie;W.J. Powers;R.A. Nordstedt.
Journal of Dairy Science (1994)

385 Citations

Physiological and Production Responses of Dairy Cattle to a Shade Structure in a Subtropical Environment

H. Roman-Ponce;W.W. Thatcher;D.E. Buffington;C.J. Wilcox.
Journal of Dairy Science (1977)

269 Citations

EFFECTS OF CONCENTRATION OF DIETARY PHOSPHORUS ON AMOUNT AND ROUTE OF EXCRETION

D. Morse;H.H. Head;C.J. Wilcox;H.H. Van Horn.
Journal of Dairy Science (1992)

253 Citations

Ruminant nutrition from an environmental perspective: factors affecting whole-farm nutrient balance

H H Van Horn;G L Newton;W E Kunkle.
Journal of Animal Science (1996)

180 Citations

Effects of Prepartum Dry Matter Intake and Forage Percentage on Postpartum Performance of Lactating Dairy Cows

C.S. Holcomb;H.H. Van Horn;H.H. Head;M.B. Hall.
Journal of Dairy Science (2001)

179 Citations

Performance of dairy cattle fed citrus pulp or corn products as sources of neutral detergent-soluble carbohydrates.

E. Leiva;M.B. Hall;H.H. Van Horn.
Journal of Dairy Science (2000)

134 Citations

Effects of forage type on production of dairy cows supplemented with whole cottonseed, tallow, and yeast

W.A. Smith;B. Harris;H.H. Van Horn;C.J. Wilcox.
Journal of Dairy Science (1993)

126 Citations

Effects of anaerobic digestion and additives to effluent or cattle feed on odor and odorant concentrations.

W J Powers;H H Van Horn;A C Wilkie;C J Wilcox.
Journal of Animal Science (1999)

121 Citations

Effects of Variable Sources of Distillers Dried Grains Plus Solubles on Milk Yield and Composition

W.J. Powers;H.H. van horn;B. Harris;C.J. Wilcox.
Journal of Dairy Science (1995)

99 Citations

Complete Rations for Dairy Cattle. VIII. Effect of Percent and Source of Protein on Milk Yield and Ration Digestibility

H.H. Van Horn;C.A. Zometa;C.J. Wilcox;S.P. Marshall.
Journal of Dairy Science (1979)

83 Citations

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Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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