2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in Ireland Leader Award
His scientific interests lie mostly in Silage, Agronomy, Animal science, Fermentation and Forage. His research integrates issues of Penicillium roqueforti, Botany, Starch, Beef cattle and Randomized block design in his study of Silage. His Agronomy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biofuel, Bioenergy and Biogas.
He has included themes like Pulp and paper industry and Anaerobic digestion in his Bioenergy study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Rumen and Sunflower oil in addition to Animal science. His research investigates the connection between Perennial plant and topics such as Yield that intersect with problems in Greenhouse gas.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Silage, Agronomy, Animal science, Dry matter and Fermentation. The concepts of his Silage study are interwoven with issues in Forage, Biogas, Pulp and paper industry and Anaerobic digestion. His Animal science study incorporates themes from Botany and Methane.
His Dry matter study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ruminant, Stover, Yield, Rumen and Fodder. His Fermentation research incorporates themes from Fertilizer, Lactic acid, Sodium benzoate, Formic acid and Microbial inoculant. Padraig O'Kiely interconnects Legume and Grazing in the investigation of issues within Perennial plant.
His primary areas of investigation include Silage, Agronomy, Animal science, Perennial plant and Anaerobic digestion. His Silage study is concerned with the field of Food science as a whole. His study explores the link between Agronomy and topics such as Mycotoxin that cross with problems in Sampling and Roquefortine C.
When carried out as part of a general Animal science research project, his work on Beef cattle and Dry matter is frequently linked to work in Fasciolosis, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Perennial plant, Annual percentage yield and Legume is strongly linked to Red Clover. He focuses mostly in the field of Anaerobic digestion, narrowing it down to topics relating to Biomass and, in certain cases, Enzyme, Substrate and Fibrolytic bacterium.
His main research concerns Silage, Animal science, Agronomy, Rumen and Biogas. He integrates Silage and Animal health in his studies. His work on Bulk tank and Baled silage is typically connected to Fasciolosis, Fasciola hepatica and Significant difference as part of general Animal science study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His specific area of interest is Agronomy, where Padraig O'Kiely studies Hay. His Volatile fatty acids study in the realm of Rumen connects with subjects such as Particle size, Animal species and In vivo measurements. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Biogas, focusing on Anaerobic digestion and, on occasion, Lactic acid fermentation, Fermentation and Biomass.
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Mycotoxins and other secondary metabolites produced in vitro by Penicillium paneum Frisvad and Penicillium roqueforti Thom isolated from baled grass silage in Ireland.
Martin O'Brien;Kristian Fog Nielsen;Padraig O'Kiely;Patrick D. Forristal.
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry (2006)
Forage Legumes for Grazing and Conserving in Ruminant Production Systems
P. Phelan;A. P. Moloney;E. J. McGeough;J. Humphreys.
Critical Reviews in Plant Sciences (2015)
Simulation modelling of the cost of producing and utilising feeds for ruminants on Irish farms.
E. Finneran;P. Crosson;P. O'Kiely;L. Shalloo.
Journal of Farm Management (2010)
Alteration of the carbon and nitrogen stable isotope composition of beef by substitution of grass silage with maize silage.
Bojlul Bahar;Frank J. Monahan;Aidan P. Moloney;Padraig O'Kiely.
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry (2005)
Requirements of future grass-based ruminant production systems in Ireland
Michael O'Donovan;Eva Lewis;Padraig O'Kiely.
Review of current in vivo measurement techniques for quantifying enteric methane emission from ruminants
K. J. Hammond;L. A. Crompton;A. Bannink;J. Dijkstra.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2016)
Methane emissions, feed intake, performance, digestibility, and rumen fermentation of finishing beef cattle offered whole-crop wheat silages differing in grain content.
E. J. Mc Geough;E. J. Mc Geough;P. O'Kiely;K. J. Hart;A. P. Moloney.
Journal of Animal Science (2010)
Stochastic simulation of the cost of home-produced feeds for ruminant livestock systems
E. Finneran;P. Crosson;P. O'kiely;L. Shalloo.
The Journal of Agricultural Science (2012)
The potential for biomethane from grass and slurry to satisfy renewable energy targets.
David M. Wall;David M. Wall;Padraig O’Kiely;Jerry D. Murphy.
Bioresource Technology (2013)
The development of a mathematical model to investigate Irish beef production systems
P. Crosson;P. Crosson;P. O’Kiely;F.P. O’Mara;M. Wallace.
Agricultural Systems (2006)
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