2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Switzerland Leader Award
Animal science, Rumen, Dry matter, Agronomy and Methanogenesis are his primary areas of study. His primary area of study in Animal science is in the field of Hay. The Rumen study combines topics in areas such as Digestion and Coconut oil.
His Dry matter study incorporates themes from Linoleic acid, Dairy cattle, Red Clover, Methane and Straw. His Agronomy research includes themes of Ammonia, Tannin and Nitrogen. The various areas that he examines in his Methanogenesis study include Latin square, Nutrient, Calliandra calothyrsus and Animal nutrition.
Michael Kreuzer focuses on Animal science, Agronomy, Food science, Dry matter and Forage. His Animal science research focuses on Grazing and how it connects with Pasture. His Agronomy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Proanthocyanidin and Tannin.
Michael Kreuzer does research in Food science, focusing on Rumen specifically. His Rumen study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Methanogenesis. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ruminant, Dairy cattle, Organic matter and Methane.
Michael Kreuzer spends much of his time researching Animal science, Food science, Dry matter, Grazing and Soybean meal. His specific area of interest is Animal science, where Michael Kreuzer studies Hay. He studies Rumen which is a part of Food science.
His Dry matter research incorporates elements of Ruminant, Organic matter, Acacia mearnsii, Silage and Forage. His Forage study is concerned with Agronomy in general. His work deals with themes such as Breed, Milking and Pasture, which intersect with Grazing.
Michael Kreuzer focuses on Animal science, Grazing, Dry matter, Forage and Fatty acid. He interconnects Feces and Nutrient in the investigation of issues within Animal science. His Dry matter research incorporates themes from Acacia mearnsii, Silage, Rumen, Tannin and Acacia.
His work investigates the relationship between Rumen and topics such as Essential nutrient that intersect with problems in Ruminant. Agronomy covers Michael Kreuzer research in Forage. Michael Kreuzer combines subjects such as Sustainability and Biomass yield with his study of Agronomy.
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Nutritional management for enteric methane abatement: A review
K. A. Beauchemin;M. Kreuzer;F. O'Mara;T. A. McAllister.
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture (2008)
Ruminant nitrogen usage
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1986)
Supplementation of Acacia mearnsii tannins decreases methanogenesis and urinary nitrogen in forage-fed sheep
J. E. Carulla;M. Kreuzer;A. Machmüller;H. D. Hess.
Crop & Pasture Science (2005)
Saponin rich tropical fruits affect fermentation and methanogenesis in faunated and defaunated rumen fluid
Hans-Dieter Hess;Michael Kreuzer;T.E. Díaz;Carlos E. Lascano.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2003)
A study on the causes for the elevated n−3 fatty acids in cows' milk of alpine origin
Florian Leiber;Michael Kreuzer;Daniel Nigg;Hans-Rudolf Wettstein.
Meat quality of Angus, Simmental, Charolais and Limousin steers compared at the same intramuscular fat content.
A. Chambaz;M.R.L. Scheeder;M. Kreuzer;P.-A. Dufey.
Meat Science (2003)
Meta‐analysis of the relationship between dietary tannin level and methane formation in ruminants from in vivo and in vitro experiments
A. Jayanegara;F. Leiber;M. Kreuzer.
Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition (2012)
Differences in Carcass and Meat Characteristics Between Chicken Indigenous to Northern Thailand (Black-Boned and Thai Native) and Imported Extensive Breeds (Bresse and Rhode Island Red)
S. Jaturasitha;T. Srikanchai;M. Kreuzer;M. Wicke.
Poultry Science (2008)
Supplementation of a tropical grass diet with forage legumes and Sapindus saponaria fruits: effects on in vitro ruminal nitrogen turnover and methanogenesis
H.D. Hess;Lina M. Monsalve;Carlos E. Lascano;J.E. Carulla.
Crop & Pasture Science (2003)
Ruminal methanogenesis as influenced by individual fatty acids supplemented to complete ruminant diets.
F. Dohme;A. Machmüller;A. Wasserfallen;M. Kreuzer.
Letters in Applied Microbiology (2008)
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