His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Dry matter, Herbivore, Rumen and Hay. His studies in Animal science integrate themes in fields like Feces, Forage, Botany and Fractionation, Chromatography. His Dry matter research incorporates themes from Amen, Small intestine and Colony-forming unit.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Herbivore, Digestion are connected with Allometry, Retention time, Fodder and Neutral Detergent Fiber and other disciplines. His Rumen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dairy cattle, Protein dispersibility index, Ochratoxin A and Solubility. His research in Ruminant focuses on subjects like Fermentation, which are connected to Silage.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Dry matter, Silage, Rumen and Food science. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Ruminant, Forage, Botany and Excretion. His Dry matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Feces, Soybean meal, Animal feed and Xylose.
Karl-Heinz Südekum has included themes like Fermentation, Butyric acid and Incubation in his Silage study. His study focuses on the intersection of Rumen and fields such as Meal with connections in the field of Casein. His work in Food science addresses issues such as Raw material, which are connected to fields such as Ethanol fuel and Chemical composition.
Karl-Heinz Südekum spends much of his time researching Animal science, Dry matter, Silage, Hay and Food science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Urea, Rumen, Excretion and Ruminant in addition to Animal science. His Dry matter research includes elements of Zoology, Animal feed, Soybean meal, Digestion and Nutrient.
His Silage study incorporates themes from Fermentation and Forage. Karl-Heinz Südekum combines subjects such as Organic matter and Fodder with his study of Hay. His Food science research integrates issues from Sugar beet, Raw material, Antibacterial agent and Yeast.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Animal science, Dry matter, Silage, Animal feed and Barn. Particularly relevant to Dairy cattle is his body of work in Animal science. His Dry matter study combines topics in areas such as Hay, Fodder and Nutrient.
His Hay research incorporates elements of Urea, Organic matter, Acacia mearnsii, Urine and Excretion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Food spoilage, Forage and Silo. In his research on the topic of Animal feed, Jaw movement and Pasture is strongly related with Grazing.
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In vitro gas production measurements to evaluate interactions between untreated and chemically treated rice straws, grass hay, and mulberry leaves.
J X Liu;A Susenbeth;K H Südekum.
Journal of Animal Science (2002)
Forage fermentation patterns and their implications for herbivore ingesta retention times
J Hummel;K H Südekum;W J Streich;Marcus Clauss.
Functional Ecology (2006)
In vitro digestibility of fern and gymnosperm foliage: implications for sauropod feeding ecology and diet selection
Jürgen Hummel;Carole T Gee;Karl-Heinz Südekum;P. Martin Sander.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2008)
Another one bites the dust: faecal silica levels in large herbivores correlate with high-crowned teeth
Jürgen Hummel;Eva Findeisen;Karl-Heinz Südekum;Irina Ruf.
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2011)
Relationship between fecal crude protein concentration and diet organic matter digestibility in cattle
M. Lukas;K.-H. Südekum;G. Rave;K. Friedel.
Journal of Animal Science (2005)
Changes in maize silage fermentation products during aerobic deterioration and effects on dry matter intake by goats
Katrin Gerlach;Fabian Roß;Kirsten Weiß;Wolfgang Büscher.
Agricultural and Food Science (2013)
Effects of thyme and oregano on growth performance of broilers from 4 to 42 days of age and on microbial counts in crop, small intestine and caecum of 42-day-old broilers
A.A.A. Abdel-Wareth;A.A.A. Abdel-Wareth;S. Kehraus;F. Hippenstiel;K.-H. Südekum.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2012)
Metabolism and excretion of ochratoxin A fed to sheep.
D Höhler;K H Südekum;S Wolffram;A A Frohlich.
Journal of Animal Science (1999)
Estimating ruminal crude protein degradation with in situ and chemical fractionation procedures
S. Shannak;K.-H. Südekum;A. Susenbeth.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2000)
Invited review: Practical feeding management recommendations to mitigate the risk of subacute ruminal acidosis in dairy cattle.
E. Humer;R.M. Petri;J.R. Aschenbach;B.J. Bradford.
Journal of Dairy Science (2018)
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