Michael A. Steele mostly deals with Rumen, Animal science, Feces, Acidosis and Dairy cattle. His Rumen study incorporates themes from Tight junction, Lactation and Physiology. In his research on the topic of Animal science, Hay is strongly related with Microbiology.
His research investigates the connection between Feces and topics such as Weaning that intersect with issues in Fecal starch, Starter, Water intake, Digestive tract and Oat straw. His Acidosis research incorporates themes from Biochemistry, Fatty acid and Butyrate. The study incorporates disciplines such as Stratum spinosum, Epithelium, Dry matter, Internal medicine and Insulin-like growth factor-binding protein in addition to Dairy cattle.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Rumen, Weaning, Colostrum and Feces. The various areas that he examines in his Animal science study include Total mixed ration, Meal and Lactation. His studies deal with areas such as Endocrinology, Gastrointestinal tract, Internal medicine, Acidosis and Dairy cattle as well as Rumen.
His study focuses on the intersection of Weaning and fields such as Starter with connections in the field of Digestive tract. His Colostrum research integrates issues from Immunoglobulin G, Insulin and Ileum. His work deals with themes such as Microbiome, Diarrhea and Hay, which intersect with Feces.
His main research concerns Animal science, Colostrum, Weaning, Milking and Feces. Michael A. Steele has researched Animal science in several fields, including Rumen, Lactose, Insulin and Starter. His work on Rumen is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Total mixed ration.
His research in Colostrum intersects with topics in Immunoglobulin G, Lactation, Meal and Ileum. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Proteome and Ice calving. His work in Feces covers topics such as Diarrhea which are related to areas like Feed conversion ratio and Antibiotics.
Animal science, Colostrum, Milking, Ice calving and Early life are his primary areas of study. His work on Dry matter as part of general Animal science study is frequently connected to Management practices, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His Colostrum research includes themes of Ileum, Jejunum and Immunity.
The concepts of his Jejunum study are interwoven with issues in Andrology, Gastrointestinal tract and Faecalibacterium prausnitzii. His studies in Milking integrate themes in fields like Disialyllactose, Mature milk, Lactation, Immunoglobulin G and Oligosaccharide. His Feces research incorporates elements of Fibrolytic bacterium, Rumen, Starter, Completely randomized design and Digestion.
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Bovine rumen epithelium undergoes rapid structural adaptations during grain-induced subacute ruminal acidosis
Michael Alexander Steele;Jim Croom;Melissa Kahler;Ousama AlZahal.
American Journal of Physiology-regulatory Integrative and Comparative Physiology (2011)
Ruminant Nutrition Symposium: Molecular adaptation of ruminal epithelia to highly fermentable diets.
G. B. Penner;M. A. Steele;J. R. Aschenbach;B. W. McBride.
Journal of Animal Science (2011)
Livestock metabolomics and the livestock metabolome: A systematic review
Seyed Ali Goldansaz;An Chi Guo;Tanvir Sajed;Michael A. Steele.
PLOS ONE (2017)
Weaning age affects growth, feed intake, gastrointestinal development, and behavior in Holstein calves fed an elevated plane of nutrition during the preweaning stage
E. Eckert;H.E. Brown;K.E. Leslie;T.J. DeVries.
Journal of Dairy Science (2015)
Development and physiology of the rumen and the lower gut: Targets for improving gut health.
Michael A. Steele;Greg B. Penner;Frédérique Chaucheyras-Durand;Le Luo Guan.
Journal of Dairy Science (2016)
Ruminal acidosis and the rapid onset of ruminal parakeratosis in a mature dairy cow: a case report
Michael A Steele;Ousama AlZahal;Sarah E Hook;Jim Croom.
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica (2009)
Impact of subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) adaptation and recovery on the density and diversity of bacteria in the rumen of dairy cows.
Sarah E. Hook;Michael A. Steele;Korinne S. Northwood;Jan Dijkstra;Jan Dijkstra.
FEMS Microbiology Ecology (2011)
Development of ruminal and fecal microbiomes are affected by weaning but not weaning strategy in dairy calves
Sarah J. Meale;Shucong Li;Paula Azevedo;Hooman Derakhshani.
Frontiers in Microbiology (2016)
Impact of high-concentrate feeding and low ruminal pH on methanogens and protozoa in the rumen of dairy cows.
Sarah E. Hook;Michael A. Steele;Korinne S. Northwood;Korinne S. Northwood;André-Denis G. Wright;André-Denis G. Wright;André-Denis G. Wright.
Microbial Ecology (2011)
Rumen epithelial adaptation to high-grain diets involves the coordinated regulation of genes involved in cholesterol homeostasis
Michael Alexander Steele;Gordon Vandervoort;Ousama AlZahal;Sarah E. Hook.
Physiological Genomics (2011)
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