Crop, Food science, Dry matter, Dairy cattle and Animal science are his primary areas of study. His Crop study incorporates themes from Genetically modified crops, Glyphosate, Food processing and Forage. His research in Food science tackles topics such as Biochemistry which are related to areas like Whole blood, Muscle tissue and Beef cattle.
His Dry matter research integrates issues from Silage and Fermentation. He studies Animal science, namely Milk production. His Intercropping and Triticale study in the realm of Agronomy connects with subjects such as Temperate climate and Hordeum vulgare.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Silage, Food science, Dry matter and Forage. His Animal science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Urea and Crop. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Rumen under Silage, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Digestion.
His studies deal with areas such as Dairy cattle, Monensin and Neutral Detergent Fiber as well as Food science. His study on Dry matter is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Urine. In general Agronomy study, his work on Intercropping often relates to the realm of Environmental impact assessment, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Biochemistry, Animal science, Food science, Canola and Agricultural economics. In the field of Biochemistry, his study on Selenium enriched yeast and Rumen overlaps with subjects such as In situ. In his works, R. H. Phipps conducts interdisciplinary research on Animal science and Glutathione peroxidase.
His study looks at the intersection of Food science and topics like Milk production with Forage and Food products. He works mostly in the field of Canola, limiting it down to concerns involving Crop and, occasionally, Genetically modified crops. He performs integrative study on Total mixed ration and Dry matter in his works.
R. H. Phipps spends much of his time researching Total mixed ration, Food science, Whole blood, Beef cattle and Glutathione peroxidase. His Total mixed ration study spans across into subjects like Dry matter, Speciation, Food products, Forage and Milk production. His work deals with themes such as Muscle tissue, Biochemistry and Skeletal muscle, which intersect with Food science.
His Beef cattle research is within the category of Animal science. His study in Glutathione peroxidase intersects with areas of studies such as Yeast and Veterinary medicine.
Temperate intercropping of cereals for forage: a review of the potential for growth and utilization with particular reference to the UK
L. Anil;J. Park;R.H. Phipps;F.A. Miller.
Grass and Forage Science (1998)
Environmental benefits of genetically modified crops: Global and European perspectives on their ability to reduce pesticide use
R. H. Phipps;J. R. Park.
Journal of Animal and Feed Sciences (2002)
Selenium Supplementation of Lactating Dairy Cows: Effect on Selenium Concentration in Blood, Milk, Urine, and Feces
Darren Thomas Juniper;Richard Hartley Phipps;Andrew Keith Jones;Gerard Bertin.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Effect of dietary supplementation with selenium-enriched yeast or sodium selenite on selenium tissue distribution and meat quality in beef cattle.
D. T. Juniper;R. H. Phipps;E. Ramos-Morales;G. Bertin.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Detection of transgenic and endogenous plant DNA in rumen fluid, duodenal digesta, milk, blood, and feces of lactating dairy cows
R.H. Phipps;E.R. Deaville;B.C. Maddison.
Journal of Dairy Science (2003)
Effect of Monensin on Milk Production of Holstein-Friesian Dairy Cows
R.H. Phipps;J.I.D. Wilkinson;L.J. Jonker;M. Tarrant.
Journal of Dairy Science (2000)
The role of transgenic crops in sustainable development
Julian Raymond Park;Ian McFarlane;Richard Hartley Phipps;Graziano Ceddia.
Plant Biotechnology Journal (2011)
Environmental and human health impacts of growing genetically modified herbicide-tolerant sugar beet: a life-cycle assessment.
Richard Bennett;Richard Phipps;Alison Strange;Peter Grey.
Plant Biotechnology Journal (2004)
The effect of crop maturity on the nutritional value of maize silage for lactating dairy cows. 3. Food intake and milk production
R. H. Phipps;J. D. Sutton;D. E. Beever;A. K. Jones.
Animal Science (2000)
Forage mixtures for dairy cows: the effect on dry-matter intake and milk production of incorporating either fermented or urea-treated whole-crop wheat, brewers' grains, fodder beet or maize silage into diets based on grass silage
R. H. Phipps;J. D. Sutton;B. A. Jones.
Animal Science (1995)
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