Her primary areas of investigation include Rumen, Food science, Biochemistry, Fatty acid and Polyunsaturated fatty acid. Her Rumen research entails a greater understanding of Fermentation. Her Food science research incorporates themes from Conjugated linoleic acid and Metabolism.
Her Biochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dairy cattle, Animal science, Fish oil and Nutrient. Her Fatty acid study deals with Endocrinology intersecting with Subclinical infection. She has researched Polyunsaturated fatty acid in several fields, including Eugenol, Vaccenic acid, Linolenic acid and Lipolysis.
Veerle Fievez mainly focuses on Rumen, Food science, Animal science, Biochemistry and Fatty acid. Rumen is a subfield of Fermentation that Veerle Fievez explores. In her work, Butyrate is strongly intertwined with Propionate, which is a subfield of Fermentation.
Her study in Food science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Conjugated linoleic acid, Fish oil, Linolenic acid and Docosahexaenoic acid. Her research in the fields of Dry matter and Dairy cattle overlaps with other disciplines such as Early life. Fatty acid connects with themes related to Lipolysis in her study.
Rumen, Animal science, Food science, Polyunsaturated fatty acid and Silage are her primary areas of study. Her Rumen research is under the purview of Fermentation. Her Fermentation study which covers Methanogenesis that intersects with Ingredient.
Her research in Animal science intersects with topics in Fatty acid, Methane and Nitrogen balance. Her Food science study incorporates themes from Value, Ruminant, Depression and Metabolism. Her Polyunsaturated fatty acid research includes elements of Emulsion, Linseed oil and Fish oil.
Veerle Fievez mainly investigates Rumen, Animal science, Food science, Polyunsaturated fatty acid and Dry matter. Her Rumen study is related to the wider topic of Fermentation. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Carbohydrate metabolism, Analysis of variance, Metabolism and Fatty acid.
In general Food science study, her work on Silage, Zearalenone and Mycotoxin often relates to the realm of Roquefortine C, thereby connecting several areas of interest. In the field of Polyunsaturated fatty acid, her study on Docosahexaenoic acid overlaps with subjects such as Animal health. Her Dry matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Reticulorumen, Buccal swab and Blood plasma.
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Factors affecting odd- and branched-chain fatty acids in milk: A review
Bruno Vlaeminck;Veerle Fievez;Arj Cabrita;Ajm Fonseca.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2006)
Milk odd- and branched-chain fatty acids as biomarkers of rumen function—An update
V. Fievez;E. Colman;J.M. Castro-Montoya;I. Stefanov.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2012)
Estimation of direct and indirect gas production in syringes: A tool to estimate short chain fatty acid production that requires minimal laboratory facilities.
Veerle Fievez;Oj Babayemi;Daniel Demeyer.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2005)
Microencapsulated Short-Chain Fatty Acids in Feed Modify Colonization and Invasion Early After Infection with Salmonella Enteritidis in Young Chickens
F. Van Immerseel;V. Fievez;J. de Buck;F. Pasmans.
Poultry Science (2004)
Effect of dietary starch or micro algae supplementation on rumen fermentation and milk fatty acid composition of dairy cows.
Charlotte Boeckaert;Bruno Vlaeminck;J Dijkstra;A Issa-Zacharia.
Journal of Dairy Science (2008)
Influence of different dietary forages on the fatty acid composition of rumen digesta as well as ruminant meat and milk
M. Lourenço;G. Van Ranst;B. Vlaeminck;S. De Smet.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
Milk Odd- and Branched-Chain Fatty Acids in Relation to the Rumen Fermentation Pattern
B. Vlaeminck;V. Fievez;S. Tamminga;Richard J. Dewhurst.
Journal of Dairy Science (2006)
Accumulation of trans C18:1 fatty acids in the rumen after dietary algal supplementation is associated with changes in the Butyrivibrio community.
Charlotte Boeckaert;Bruno Vlaeminck;Veerle Fievez;Lois Maignien.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2008)
Use of Odd and Branched-Chain Fatty Acids in Rumen Contents and Milk as a Potential Microbial Marker
B. Vlaeminck;C. Dufour;A. M. van Vuuren;A. R. J. Cabrita.
Journal of Dairy Science (2005)
Fish oils as potent rumen methane inhibitors and associated effects on rumen fermentation in vitro and in vivo
Veerle Fievez;F Dohme;M Danneels;Katleen Raes.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2003)
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