The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Rumen, Food science, Fermentation, Silage and Animal science. His Rumen study incorporates themes from Ruminant, Digestion and Dry matter, Botany. His Food science research incorporates elements of Blood proteins, Glutathione peroxidase, Proanthocyanidin and Antioxidant.
His work in Fermentation covers topics such as Hay which are related to areas like Propionate. His Silage research integrates issues from Forage and Trichoderma longibrachiatum. His study looks at the relationship between Animal science and topics such as Incubation, which overlap with Cactus, Fractionation, Succulent plant and Fodder.
His primary areas of study are Rumen, Animal science, Food science, Fermentation and Silage. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Incubation, Digestion, Straw and Botany. His Animal science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Forage and Agronomy.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Ruminant, Carbohydrate, Microbiology, Enzyme and Proanthocyanidin in addition to Food science. His studies deal with areas such as Monensin, Propionate and Protein degradation as well as Fermentation. His Silage research also works with subjects such as
Yuxi Wang mainly investigates Food science, Animal science, Fermentation, Silage and Rumen. His work deals with themes such as Proanthocyanidin, Saccharomyces cerevisiae and Antioxidant, which intersect with Food science. Yuxi Wang interconnects Duodenum, Oxidative stress, Illicium verum and Forage in the investigation of issues within Animal science.
When carried out as part of a general Fermentation research project, his work on Latin square is frequently linked to work in Dalea purpurea, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Silage research focuses on subjects like Lactobacillus buchneri, which are linked to Microbial inoculant and Beef cattle. His studies in Rumen integrate themes in fields like Neutral Detergent Fiber, Dry matter, Incubation, Ammonia and Digestion.
Yuxi Wang mainly focuses on Malondialdehyde, Animal science, Glutathione peroxidase, Oxidative stress and Spleen. His Malondialdehyde study results in a more complete grasp of Antioxidant. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Latin square, Ammonia, Aspergillus niger, Xylanase and Straw.
His Glutathione peroxidase study frequently intersects with other fields, such as GCLM. His Spleen research focuses on Lymphocyte and how it relates to In vivo and Pharmacology. His study in Superoxide dismutase is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Small intestine and Jejunum.
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A review of the effects of forage condensed tannins on ruminal fermentation and bloat in grazing cattle
L. R. McMahon;T. A. McAllister;B. P. Berg;W. Majak.
Canadian Journal of Plant Science (2000)
Synergy Between Ruminal Fibrolytic Enzymes and Enzymes from Trichoderma Longibrachiatum
D.P. Morgavi;K.A. Beauchemin;V.L. Nsereko;L.M. Rode.
Journal of Dairy Science (2000)
Effects of Yucca schidigera extract on fermentation and degradation of steroidal saponins in the rumen simulation technique (RUSITEC)
Y. Wang;T. A. McAllister;C. J. Newbold;L. M. Rode.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1998)
Effect of steroidal saponin from Yucca schidigera extract on ruminal microbes.
Y. Wang;T.A. McAllister;L.J. Yanke;P.R. Cheeke.
Journal of Applied Microbiology (2000)
Effects of ginger root (Zingiber officinale) processed to different particle sizes on growth performance, antioxidant status, and serum metabolites of broiler chickens
G. F. Zhang;Z. B. Yang;Y. Wang;W. R. Yang.
Poultry Science (2009)
In vitro effects of steroidal saponins from Yucca schidigera extract on rumen microbial protein synthesis and ruminal fermentation
Yuxi Wang;Timothy A McAllister;L Jay Yanke;Zhong J Xu.
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture (2000)
Effect of a fibrolytic enzyme preparation from Trichoderma longibrachiatum on the rumen microbial population of dairy cows.
V L Nsereko;K A Beauchemin;D P Morgavi;L M Rode.
Canadian Journal of Microbiology (2002)
Potential and challenges of tannins as an alternative to in-feed antibiotics for farm animal production.
Qianqian Huang;Xiuli Liu;Guoqi Zhao;Tianming Hu.
Animal Nutrition (2017)
Effects of phlorotannins from Ascophyllum nodosum (brown seaweed) on in vitro ruminal digestion of mixed forage or barley grain
Y. Wang;Z. Xu;S.J. Bach;T.A. McAllister.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2008)
Sensitivity of Escherichia coli to Seaweed (Ascophyllum nodosum) Phlorotannins and Terrestrial Tannins
Yuxi Wang;Z. Xu;S.J. Bach;T.A. McAllister.
Asian-australasian Journal of Animal Sciences (2009)
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