Richard J. Dewhurst mainly focuses on Rumen, Dairy cattle, Food science, Animal science and Silage. His Rumen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Sire, Metabolism and Metagenomics. His Dairy cattle research incorporates themes from Environmental health, Mastitis, Disease, Risk of infection and Confounding.
His Food science study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of study are Rumen, Animal science, Silage, Food science and Dry matter. His Rumen study combines topics in areas such as Beef cattle and Metagenomics. He has researched Animal science in several fields, including Forage, Botany, Nitrogen, Fractionation and Excretion.
His Silage research incorporates elements of Dairy cattle, Red Clover and Straw. His studies examine the connections between Food science and genetics, as well as such issues in Fatty acid, with regards to Propionate. His research integrates issues of Organic matter and Nitrogen balance in his study of Dry matter.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rumen, Metagenomics, Animal science, Food science and Microbiome. His studies in Rumen integrate themes in fields like Ruminant, Gene, Propionate and Beef cattle. His work on Dry matter as part of general Animal science study is frequently connected to Milk yield, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them.
His Dry matter research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Crop, Sowing, Silage, Brassica and Yield. The concepts of his Food science study are interwoven with issues in Methane production and Fatty acid. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Compositional data, Biotechnology and Computational biology.
Richard J. Dewhurst focuses on Rumen, Metagenomics, Beef cattle, Animal science and Microbiome. Rumen and Residual feed intake are two areas of study in which he engages in interdisciplinary research. His studies deal with areas such as Biotechnology, Food science, Methanogenesis and Anaerobic bacteria as well as Metagenomics.
His research investigates the connection with Food science and areas like Methane which intersect with concerns in Gene and Breed. His Animal science research includes elements of Perennial plant, Relative species abundance and Forage. He combines subjects such as Genome, Computational biology and Microbial ecology with his study of Microbiome.
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Increasing the concentrations of beneficial polyunsaturated fatty acids in milk produced by dairy cows in high-forage systems
Richard J. Dewhurst;K. J. Shingfield;Michael R. F. Lee;Nigel D. Scollan.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2006)
On the relationship between lactational performance and health: is it yield or metabolic imbalance that cause production diseases in dairy cattle? A position paper
K. L. Ingvartsen;Richard J. Dewhurst;N. C. Friggens.
Livestock Production Science (2003)
Comparison of grass and legume silages for milk production. 1. Production responses with different levels of concentrate
Richard J. Dewhurst;William J. Fisher;John K. S. Tweed;Roger J. Wilkins.
Journal of Dairy Science (2003)
Microbial protein supply from the rumen
R.J Dewhurst;D.R Davies;R.J Merry.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2000)
Influence of species, cutting date and cutting interval on the fatty acid composition of grasses
Richard J. Dewhurst;Nigel D. Scollan;Susan Jean Youell;John K. S. Tweed.
Grass and Forage Science (2001)
Milk production and composition, ovarian function, and prostaglandin secretion of dairy cows fed omega-3 fats.
H. V. Petit;Richard J. Dewhurst;Nigel D. Scollan;J. G. Proulx.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
Bovine Host Genetic Variation Influences Rumen Microbial Methane Production with Best Selection Criterion for Low Methane Emitting and Efficiently Feed Converting Hosts Based on Metagenomic Gene Abundance
Rainer Roehe;Richard J. Dewhurst;Carol-Anne Duthie;John A. Rooke.
PLOS Genetics (2016)
Assembly of 913 microbial genomes from metagenomic sequencing of the cow rumen.
Robert D. Stewart;Marc D. Auffret;Amanda Warr;Andrew H. Wiser.
Nature Communications (2018)
Comparison of grass and legume silages for milk production. 2. In vivo and in sacco evaluations of rumen function.
Richard J. Dewhurst;Roger T. Evans;Nigel D. Scollan;Jon M. Moorby.
Journal of Dairy Science (2003)
Plant-mediated lipolysis and proteolysis in red clover with different polyphenol oxidase activities
Michael R. F. Lee;Ana L. Winters;Nigel D. Scollan;Richard J. Dewhurst.
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (2004)
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