John Nolan spends much of his time researching Rumen, Ammonia, Urea, Animal science and Dry matter. He has researched Rumen in several fields, including Agronomy, Grazing and Residual feed intake. His Urea research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Amino acid and Food science.
His study in Animal science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fermentation and Digestion. His Dry matter research includes elements of Silage and Excretion. As part of one scientific family, John Nolan deals mainly with the area of Biochemistry, narrowing it down to issues related to the Bacteria, and often Nutrient.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Rumen, Urea, Agronomy and Food science. John Nolan interconnects Digestion and Pasture in the investigation of issues within Animal science. His work carried out in the field of Rumen brings together such families of science as Excretion, Ammonia and Ruminant.
His studies examine the connections between Urea and genetics, as well as such issues in Ileum, with regards to Small intestine. His Animal nutrition, Cultivar and Triticale study in the realm of Agronomy interacts with subjects such as Environmental management system. His research integrates issues of Nutrient and Beef cattle in his study of Food science.
Triticale, Agronomy, Animal science, Broiler and Phytase are his primary areas of study. His Triticale study deals with Cultivar intersecting with Starch, High yielding and Protein intake. His Agronomy study frequently links to related topics such as Rumen.
John Nolan integrates several fields in his works, including Rumen and In situ. He combines subjects such as Net energy and Protein retention with his study of Broiler. His Dry matter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Digestion and Nutrient.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Beef cattle, Agronomy, Brachiaria, Nitrate and Calcium nitrate. John Nolan has included themes like Net energy, Animal science, Protein intake and Protein retention in his Agronomy study. His Brachiaria research includes themes of Rumen and Straw.
Much of his study explores Straw relationship to Legume. His Nitrate research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Food science, Cooked meat, Feedlot cattle, Feedlot and Enteric methane. He merges Calcium nitrate with Urea in his research.
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Effects of dietary nitrate on fermentation, methane production and digesta kinetics in sheep.
John Nolan;Roger Hegarty;Jennifer Shirley Hegarty;Ian Godwin.
Animal Production Science (2010)
Effect of Dietary Fiber on Endogenous Nitrogen Flows in Lactating Dairy Cows
D.R. Ouellet;M. Demers;G. Zuur;G.E. Lobley.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
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