Joe L. Jacobs mostly deals with Agronomy, Pasture, Grazing, Dry matter and Environmental management system. His Agronomy study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Animal science. He combines subjects such as Dairy cattle, Nutrient, Lolium perenne and Trifolium repens with his study of Grazing.
His Lolium perenne study incorporates themes from Plant nutrition and Animal nutrition. Joe L. Jacobs integrates Dry matter and Lactation in his studies. His work carried out in the field of Environmental management system brings together such families of science as Agroforestry and Agriculture.
Joe L. Jacobs spends much of his time researching Agronomy, Pasture, Dry matter, Grazing and Forage. His research related to Lolium perenne, Perennial plant, Environmental management system, Silage and Irrigation might be considered part of Agronomy. His Pasture study also includes fields such as
His work deals with themes such as Ruminant, Water use and Animal nutrition, which intersect with Dry matter. His Grazing research includes themes of Milking, Nutrient, Multiple cropping and Growing season. The Forage study which covers Animal feed that intersects with Lolium.
Joe L. Jacobs mainly focuses on Animal science, Pasture, Dry matter, Perennial plant and Grazing. His work on Animal feed as part of general Animal science research is frequently linked to Lactation, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Pasture research incorporates elements of Agriculture, Forage and Multispectral image.
His Dry matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Respiration and Beef cattle. His Perennial plant research is included under the broader classification of Agronomy. Joe L. Jacobs interconnects Hyperspectral imaging and Statistics, Cross-validation, Partial least squares regression, Covariate in the investigation of issues within Grazing.
His main research concerns Animal science, Meal, Canola, Lactation and Dry matter. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Red meat and Grazing. His Meal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Camelina, Animal feed, Rumen, Hay and Factorial experiment.
His research brings together the fields of Pasture and Hay. His study in Pasture is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Forage and Yield. His Dry matter study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Respiration.
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Dwarfism, impaired skin development, skeletal muscle atrophy, delayed bone development, and impeded adipogenesis in mice lacking Akt1 and Akt2
Xiao ding Peng;Pei Zhang Xu;Mei Ling Chen;Annett Hahn-Windgassen.
Genes & Development (2003)
Grape marc reduces methane emissions when fed to dairy cows
P.J. Moate;S.R.O. Williams;V.A. Torok;M.C. Hannah.
Journal of Dairy Science (2014)
Enzymes as silage additives. 1. Silage quality, digestion, digestibility and performance in growing cattle
J. L. Jacobs;A. B. McALLAN.
Grass and Forage Science (1991)
Effects of feeding algal meal high in docosahexaenoic acid on feed intake, milk production, and methane emissions in dairy cows.
P.J. Moate;S.R.O. Williams;M.C. Hannah;R.J. Eckard.
Journal of Dairy Science (2013)
Effects of different strategies for feeding supplements on milk production responses in cows grazing a restricted pasture allowance
M.J. Auldist;L.C. Marett;J.S. Greenwood;M. Hannah.
Journal of Dairy Science (2013)
Relationship between muscle antioxidant status, forms of iron, polyunsaturated fatty acids and functionality (retail colour) of meat in lambs
Eric N. Ponnampalam;Kym L. Butler;Matthew B. McDonagh;Joe L. Jacobs.
Meat Science (2012)
Changes in the botanical composition and nutritive characteristics of pasture, and nutrient selection by dairy cows grazing rainfed pastures in western Victoria
J. L. Jacobs;F. R. McKenzie;G. N. Ward.
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture (1999)
Simple versus diverse pastures: opportunities and challenges in dairy systems
Keith G. Pembleton;Katherine N. Tozer;Grant R. Edwards;Joe L. Jacobs.
Animal Production Science (2015)
Vitamin E and fatty acid content of lamb meat from perennial pasture or annual pasture systems with supplements
E. N. Ponnampalam;V. F. Burnett;S. Norng;R. D. Warner.
Animal Production Science (2012)
The Synergism of Biochemical Components Controlling Lipid Oxidation in Lamb Muscle
Eric N. Ponnampalam;Sorn Norng;Viv F. Burnett;Frank R. Dunshea.
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