Silage, Animal science, Agronomy, Rumen and Dry matter are her primary areas of study. Her Silage study is concerned with the field of Food science as a whole. Her Agronomy study deals with Dairy cattle intersecting with Palatability.
Her specific area of interest is Rumen, where Seija Jaakkola studies Latin square. Her Latin square course of study focuses on Digestion and Propionate and Forage. As a part of the same scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Dry matter, focusing on Meal and, on occasion, Ruminant.
Seija Jaakkola focuses on Silage, Animal science, Food science, Agronomy and Dry matter. Her research in Silage intersects with topics in Meal, Rumen, Fermentation, Formic acid and Milk production. She usually deals with Animal science and limits it to topics linked to Red Clover and Fatty acid composition.
Her Food science research includes themes of Wilting and Microbial inoculant. In general Agronomy, her work in Crop, Fodder and Ruminant is often linked to Environmental science linking many areas of study. In general Dry matter study, her work on Neutral Detergent Fiber often relates to the realm of Soybean meal, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Silage, Animal science, Dry matter, Food science and Fermentation. Her Silage research integrates issues from Red Clover, Condition score and Body condition. Her work in the fields of Animal science, such as Beef cattle and Protein supplementation, overlaps with other areas such as Total mixed ration and Hordeum vulgare.
Her research integrates issues of Rumen, Lactose and Meal in her study of Dry matter. Her work carried out in the field of Food science brings together such families of science as Dairy cattle and Formic acid. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sodium nitrite and Clostridia.
Her primary areas of investigation include Silage, Animal science, Dry matter, Chlorella vulgaris and Beet pulp. Her Silage study results in a more complete grasp of Food science. Seija Jaakkola interconnects Camelina and Botany in the investigation of issues within Animal science.
Seija Jaakkola has researched Botany in several fields, including Linseed oil, Saturated fatty acid, Conjugated linoleic acid, Lactose and Animal fat. Her Chlorella vulgaris research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meal, Neutral Detergent Fiber, Forage and Rapeseed. Her Beet pulp research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Rumen and Latin square.
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The use of internal markers to predict total digestibility and duodenal flow of nutrients in cattle given six different diets.
P. Huhtanen;K. Kaustell;S. Jaakkola.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1994)
Prediction of the relative intake potential of grass silage by dairy cows
Pekka Huhtanen;Hannele Khalili;Jouni I Nousiainen;Marketta Rinne.
Livestock Production Science (2002)
Digestive processes of dairy cows fed silages harvested at four stages of grass maturity.
Marketta Rinne;Pekka Huhtanen;Seija Jaakkola.
Journal of Animal Science (2002)
Grass maturity effects on cattle fed silage-based diets. 1. Organic matter digestion, rumen fermentation and nitrogen utilization
Marketta Rinne;Seija Jaakkola;Pekka Huhtanen.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1997)
Effect of forage conservation method, concentrate level and propylene glycol on the fatty acid composition and vitamin content of cows' milk
Kevin J Shingfield;Pirjo Salo-Väänänen;Eero Pahkala;Vesa Toivonen.
Journal of Dairy Research (2005)
Evaluation of preservation methods for improving biogas production and enzymatic conversion yields of annual crops
Annukka Pakarinen;Pekka Maijala;Seija Jaakkola;Frederick L Stoddard.
Biotechnology for Biofuels (2011)
The effects of forage preservation method and proportion of concentrate on nitrogen digestion and rumen fermentation in cattle
Seija Jaakkola;Pekka Huhtanen.
Grass and Forage Science (1993)
Screening and selection of lactic acid bacteria strains suitable for ensiling grass
Eeva Saarisalo;Eija Skyttä;Auli Haikara;Taina Jalava.
Journal of Applied Microbiology (2007)
The effects of forage preservation method and proportion of concentrate on digestion of cell wall carbohydrates and rumen digesta pool size in cattle
Pekka Huhtanen;Seija Jaakkola.
Grass and Forage Science (1993)
Effect of forage conservation method, concentrate level and propylene glycol on diet digestibility, rumen fermentation, blood metabolite concentrations and nutrient utilisation of dairy cows
K.J. Shingfield;S. Jaakkola;P. Huhtanen.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2002)
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