John V. O'Doherty mainly investigates Animal science, Food science, Laminarin, Fucoidan and Weaning. His Animal science research integrates issues from Fatty acid, Urine, Ammonia, Manure and Excretion. John V. O'Doherty has researched Food science in several fields, including Brown seaweed, Dry matter and Weanling.
His Laminarin research includes themes of Laminaria and Nutraceutical. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Crypt, Basal, Laminaria digitata and Seaweed extract. In his research on the topic of Weaning, Immune system, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Colostrum is strongly related with Lactation.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Food science, Laminarin, Weaning and Feed conversion ratio. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Meal, Nutrient, Ammonia and Manure. His research in Food science intersects with topics in Caecum, Feces, Excretion and Fatty acid.
His work deals with themes such as Fucoidan, Enterobacteriaceae, Basal and Microbiology, which intersect with Laminarin. John V. O'Doherty usually deals with Weaning and limits it to topics linked to Lactation and Colostrum. John V. O'Doherty interconnects Live weight and Phytase in the investigation of issues within Feed conversion ratio.
His main research concerns Animal science, Food science, Laminarin, Weaning and Feed conversion ratio. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Nutrient under Animal science, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Animal nutrition. The various areas that he examines in his Food science study include Yeast, Polysaccharide, Laminaria digitata, Vitamin D and neurology and Biofortification.
His Laminarin research incorporates themes from Extraction, Fucoidan, Enterobacteriaceae and Basal. The Weaning study combines topics in areas such as Zinc, Lactation, Immune system, Immunology and Gestation. His Feed conversion ratio research incorporates elements of Carbohydrase, Gene and Phytase.
John V. O'Doherty mostly deals with Food science, Laminarin, Animal science, Fucoidan and Feed conversion ratio. His Food science research includes elements of Antioxidant capacity, Laminaria digitata and Polyphenol. His studies in Laminarin integrate themes in fields like DPPH, Trolox, Chromatography and Weaning.
John V. O'Doherty is interested in Longissimus Thoracis, which is a branch of Animal science. His Fucoidan study incorporates themes from Enterobacteriaceae, Purification methods, Fucose and Sulphated polysaccharides. His Feed conversion ratio study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Genetics, RNA-Seq and Dry matter.
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Growth performance, carcass characteristics and meat quality of group-penned surgically castrated, immunocastrated (Improvac®) and entire male pigs and individually penned entire male pigs
C. Pauly;P. Spring;J. V. O’Doherty;S. Ampuero Kragten.
The influence of diet crude protein level on odour and ammonia emissions from finishing pig houses.
Enda T. Hayes;A. B. G. Leek;Thomas P. Curran;V. A. Dodd.
Bioresource Technology (2004)
Influence of the soluble fibres inulin and oat β-glucan on quality of dough and bread
Anna-Sophie Hager;Liam A. M. Ryan;Clarissa Schwab;Michael G. Gänzle.
European Food Research and Technology (2011)
The effects of seaweed extract inclusion on gut morphology, selected intestinal microbiota, nutrient digestibility, volatile fatty acid concentrations and the immune status of the weaned pig.
P. Reilly;J. V. O’Doherty;K. M. Pierce;J. J. Callan.
The effect of dietary Laminaria‐derived laminarin and fucoidan on nutrient digestibility, nitrogen utilisation, intestinal microflora and volatile fatty acid concentration in pigs
Mary B Lynch;Torres Sweeney;James J Callan;John T O'Sullivan.
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (2009)
Postoperative pain following epi-LASIK, LASEK, and PRK for myopia.
Maeve O'Doherty;Caitriona Kirwan;Michael O'Keeffe;John O'Doherty.
Journal of Refractive Surgery (2006)
The effect of cereal type and exogenous enzyme supplementation in pig diets on nutrient digestibility, intestinal microflora, volatile fatty acid concentration and manure ammonia emissions from finisher pigs
J.M. O'Connell;T. Sweeney;J. J. Callan;J. V. O'Doherty.
Animal Science (2005)
Polysaccharides From Macroalgae: Recent Advances, Innovative Technologies and Challenges in Extraction and Purification
Marco García-Vaquero;Gaurav Rajauria;John V. O'Doherty;Torres Sweeney.
Food Research International (2017)
The effects of lactose inclusion and seaweed extract derived from Laminaria spp. on performance, digestibility of diet components and microbial populations in newly weaned pigs
J.V. O’Doherty;S. Dillon;S. Figat;J.J. Callan.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2010)
The effect of lactose and inulin on intestinal morphology, selected microbial populations and volatile fatty acid concentrations in the gastro-intestinal tract of the weanling pig
K. M. Pierce;T. Sweeney;P. O. Brophy;J. J. Callan.
Animal Science (2006)
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