The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rumen, Agronomy, Animal science, Fermentation and Latin square. Metha Wanapat interconnects Urea, Coconut oil, Protozoa and Beef cattle in the investigation of issues within Rumen. Her research in Animal science intersects with topics in Botany and Fatty acid.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Nutrient and Propionate in addition to Fermentation. As part of her studies on Latin square, Metha Wanapat often connects relevant areas like Ecology. Her Straw study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Crop residue and Animal nutrition.
Metha Wanapat mostly deals with Rumen, Animal science, Fermentation, Latin square and Agronomy. Her Rumen study combines topics in areas such as Urea, Dry matter, Beef cattle, Propionate and Nutrient. Her research investigates the connection between Animal science and topics such as Swamp that intersect with issues in Rumen microorganisms.
Her Fermentation research integrates issues from Botany, Yeast, Completely randomized design and Fatty acid. Her research integrates issues of Fibrobacter succinogenes, Ecology, Crossbreed and Nitrogen balance in her study of Latin square. Her work on Hay, Straw and Leucaena as part of general Agronomy research is often related to Blood urea nitrogen, thus linking different fields of science.
Animal science, Rumen, Fermentation, Dry matter and Latin square are her primary areas of study. She has researched Animal science in several fields, including Feed conversion ratio, Flemingia macrophylla and Grazing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ruminant, Propionate, Completely randomized design, Digestion and Nutrient in addition to Rumen.
Her Fermentation research incorporates elements of Silage, Pellet and Yeast. Her work in the fields of Neutral Detergent Fiber overlaps with other areas such as Total mixed ration. Her study focuses on the intersection of Latin square and fields such as Meal with connections in the field of Animal feed.
Metha Wanapat focuses on Animal science, Rumen, Fermentation, Dry matter and Latin square. Her Animal science research includes themes of Feed conversion ratio, Urinary system, Nutrient and Grazing. Her study looks at the intersection of Rumen and topics like Meal with Delonix regia.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Silage and In vitro. Her Dry matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Food science and Propionate. As a member of one scientific family, Metha Wanapat mostly works in the field of Latin square, focusing on Butyric acid and, on occasion, Fatty acid and Acetic acid.
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Effect of Ruminal NH3-N Levels on Ruminal Fermentation, Purine Derivatives, Digestibility and Rice Straw Intake in Swamp Buffaloes
M. Wanapat;O. Pimpa.
Asian-australasian Journal of Animal Sciences (1999)
Effects of treating rice straw with urea or urea and calcium hydroxide upon intake, digestibility, rumen fermentation and milk yield of dairy cows
Metha Wanapat;Sineenart Polyorach;Kitsada Boonnop;Chaowarit Mapato.
Livestock Science (2009)
Use of real-time PCR technique in studying rumen cellulolytic bacteria population as affected by level of roughage in swamp buffalo.
Metha Wanapat;Anusorn Cherdthong.
Current Microbiology (2009)
The use of molecular techniques based on ribosomal RNA and DNA for rumen microbial ecosystem studies: a review
Weidong Deng;Weidong Deng;Dongmei Xi;Huaming Mao;Metha Wanapat.
Molecular Biology Reports (2008)
A COMPARISON OF ALKALI TREATMENT METHODS TO IMPROVE THE NUTRITIVE VALUE OF STRAW. I. DIGESTIBILITY AND METABOLIZABILITY
M. Wanapat;F. Sundstøl;T.H. Garmo.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1985)
Effect of coconut oil and garlic powder on in vitro fermentation using gas production technique
P. Kongmun;M. Wanapat;P. Pakdee;C. Navanukraw.
Livestock Science (2010)
Fermentation characteristics and microbial protein synthesis in an in vitro system using cassava, rice straw and dried ruzi grass as substrates.
K. Sommart;D. S. Parker;P. Rowlinson;M. Wanapat.
Asian-australasian Journal of Animal Sciences (2000)
Manipulation of rumen ecology by dietary lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus Stapf.) powder supplementation.
M. Wanapat;A. Cherdthong;P. Pakdee;S. Wanapat.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Potential uses of local feed resources for ruminants.
Tropical Animal Health and Production (2009)
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)
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