His primary areas of study are Biochemistry, Animal science, Food science, Fermentation and Amino acid. Rainer Mosenthin interconnects Agronomy, Feces, Proximate and Phytase in the investigation of issues within Animal science. The concepts of his Feces study are interwoven with issues in Digestion and Weanling.
He focuses mostly in the field of Food science, narrowing it down to topics relating to Gut flora and, in certain cases, Clostridium perfringens, Microbial metabolism and Carbohydrate fermentation. His Fermentation study which covers Carbohydrate that intersects with Maize starch, Pectin, Potato starch, Microorganism and Large intestine. His work carried out in the field of Amino acid brings together such families of science as Ingredient, Small intestine, Ileum and Protein digestibility.
Rainer Mosenthin spends much of his time researching Food science, Animal science, Biochemistry, Amino acid and Meal. His work in the fields of Fermentation, Starch, Rapeseed and Pectin overlaps with other areas such as Composition. Immune system is closely connected to Digestion in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Animal science.
Rainer Mosenthin studied Amino acid and Distal ileum that intersect with Body weight. His study looks at the relationship between Meal and topics such as Feces, which overlap with Phytase. His Methionine research integrates issues from Tryptophan, Choline and Osmolyte.
Rainer Mosenthin focuses on Animal science, Food science, Amino acid, Genotype and Triticale. His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Test weight, Agronomy and Ileum. Rainer Mosenthin combines subjects such as Dry matter, Lysine and Methionine with his study of Food science.
Amino acid is a subfield of Biochemistry that he studies. His study in the field of Cell is also linked to topics like Linear regression. His Animal feed study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Digestion, Feces, Microbiology and Secale.
Rainer Mosenthin mainly focuses on Animal science, Meal, Chemical composition, Agronomy and Microbiology. His work in the fields of Animal science, such as Animal feed, intersects with other areas such as Composition. His Animal feed research incorporates themes from Digestion, Secale and Ileum.
His Meal research entails a greater understanding of Food science. His Food science research incorporates elements of Lipid peroxidation, Oxidative stress, Betaine and Homeostasis. The Microbiology study combines topics in areas such as Phosphate, Roseburia, Lactobacillus, Bacillus licheniformis and Metabolism.
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Potential nutritional and physiological functions of betaine in livestock
M. Eklund;E. Bauer;J. Wamatu;R. Mosenthin.
Nutrition Research Reviews (2005)
Use of pigs as a potential model for research into dietary modulation of the human gut microbiota.
Sonja N. Heinritz;Rainer Mosenthin;Eva Weiss.
Nutrition Research Reviews (2013)
The use of grain legumes as a protein source in pig nutrition: a review.
D. Jezierny;R. Mosenthin;E. Bauer.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2010)
Influence of the gastrointestinal microbiota on development of the immune system in young animals.
Eva Bauer;Barbara A Williams;Hauke Smidt;Martin W A Verstegen.
Current Issues in Intestinal Microbiology (2006)
Impact of dietary protein on microbiota composition and activity in the gastrointestinal tract of piglets in relation to gut health: a review.
V. T. S. Rist;E. Weiss;M. Eklund;R. Mosenthin.
Principles of Physiology of Lipid Digestion
E. Bauer;S. Jakob;R. Mosenthin.
Asian-australasian Journal of Animal Sciences (2005)
Distribution of phytase activity, total phosphorus and phytate phosphorus in legume seeds, cereals and cereal by-products as influenced by harvest year and cultivar
T. Steiner;R. Mosenthin;B. Zimmermann;R. Greiner.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2007)
Variation in chemical composition and physical characteristics of cereal grains from different genotypes
Markus Rodehutscord;Christine Rückert;Hans Peter Maurer;Hans Schenkel.
Archives of Animal Nutrition (2016)
Microbial activities of faeces from unweaned and adult pigs, in relation to selected fermentable carbohydrates
E. Bauer;B. A. Williams;C. Voigt;R. Mosenthin.
Animal Science (2001)
Metabolic, Osmoregulatory and Nutritional Functions of Betaine in Monogastric Animals
A. Ratriyanto;R. Mosenthin;E. Bauer;M. Eklund.
Asian-australasian Journal of Animal Sciences (2009)
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