The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rumen, Fermentation, Biochemistry, Animal science and Propionate. His studies in Rumen integrate themes in fields like Dry matter, Forage, Incubation and Cellulase. His research in Biochemistry tackles topics such as Bacterial growth which are related to areas like Substrate.
His study of Hay is a part of Animal science. His study in Propionate is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ruminant and Neutral Detergent Fiber. In the field of Food science, his study on Allicin and Garlic Oil overlaps with subjects such as Allyl compound and Diallyl disulfide.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Rumen, Fermentation, Animal science, Food science and Dry matter. María Dolores Carro has included themes like Ruminant, Forage, Agronomy, Microbiology and Xylanase in his Rumen study. His Fermentation study is concerned with Biochemistry in general.
His specific area of interest is Animal science, where María Dolores Carro studies Hay. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including In vitro, Cellulase and Chemical composition. His Dry matter research incorporates themes from Organic matter and Pectin.
María Dolores Carro mainly investigates Food science, Fermentation, Rumen, Animal science and Dry matter. His Food science research includes elements of Organic matter, In vitro, Chemical composition and Fatty acid. His Fermentation study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Biochemistry.
The various areas that María Dolores Carro examines in his Rumen study include Ruminant and Protein degradation. The concepts of his Animal science study are interwoven with issues in Feed conversion ratio, Carcass weight, Feces and Straw. His research integrates issues of Pulp, Pectin, Tomato pomace and Nitrogen in his study of Dry matter.
His primary scientific interests are in Fermentation, Food science, Rumen, Dry matter and Fatty acid. His Fermentation research includes elements of Organic matter, Sunflower seed and Propionate. His Food science research includes themes of In vitro, Incubation, Biochemistry, Weaning and Cecum.
His Dry matter study deals with the bigger picture of Animal science. Particularly relevant to Distillers grains is his body of work in Animal science. In general Fatty acid, his work in Polyunsaturated fatty acid is often linked to Fish oil linking many areas of study.
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Effect of garlic oil and four of its compounds on rumen microbial fermentation.
M. Busquet;S. Calsamiglia;A. Ferret;M.D. Carro.
Journal of Dairy Science (2005)
Effect of supplementing a fibre basal diet with different nitrogen forms on ruminal fermentation and microbial growth in an in vitro semi-continuous culture system (RUSITEC)
M. D. Carro;E. L. Miller.
British Journal of Nutrition (1999)
Influence of direct-fed fibrolytic enzymes on diet digestibility and ruminal activity in sheep fed a grass hay-based diet.
L. A. Giraldo;L. A. Giraldo;M. L. Tejido;M. J. Ranilla;S. Ramos.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Plasmatic profiles of pregnancy-associated glycoprotein and progesterone levels during gestation in Churra and Merino sheep.
Marie-José Ranilla;Joseph Sulon;M. D. Carro;A. R. Mantécon.
Effect of the addition of malate on in vitro rumen fermentation of cereal grains.
M. D. Carro;M. J. Ranilla.
British Journal of Nutrition (2003)
Influence of yeast culture on the in vitro fermentation (Rusitec) of diets containing variable portions of concentrates
M. D. Carro;Peter Lebzien;Klaus Rohr.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1992)
New aspects and strategies for methane mitigation from ruminants
Sanjay Kumar;Sanjay Kumar;Prasanta Kumar Choudhury;Maria Dolores Carro;Gareth Wyn Griffith.
Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology (2014)
Effects of exogenous fibrolytic enzymes on in vitro ruminal fermentation of substrates with different forage:concentrate ratios
L.A. Giraldo;L.A. Giraldo;M.L. Tejido;M.J. Ranilla;M.D. Carro.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
Effects of disodium fumarate on in vitro rumen microbial growth, methane production and fermentation of diets differing in their forage:concentrate ratio.
R. García-Martínez;M. J. Ranilla;M. L. Tejido;M. D. Carro.
British Journal of Nutrition (2005)
Effect of DL-malate on mixed ruminal microorganism fermentation using the rumen simulation technique (RUSITEC)
M.D Carro;S López;C Valdés;F.J Ovejero.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1999)
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