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12014The production of acetate, propionate and butyrate in the rumen of sheep: fitting models to ¹⁴C- or ¹³C-labelled tracer data to determine synthesis rates and interconversionsNolan, John V ; Leng, Ronald; Dobos, Robin C ; Boston, Raymond30-Oct-2014
21970Metabolism of urea in late pregnancy and the possible contribution of amino acid carbon to glucose synthesis in sheepNolan, John ; Leng, R6-Oct-2017
31991Acetate clearance rate as a potential index of the availability of glucogenic precursors in ruminants fed on roughage-based dietsCronje, PB; Nolan, John V ; Leng, Ronald2-Aug-2017
41972Dynamic aspects of ammonia and urea metabolism in sheepNolan, John ; Leng, R10-Oct-2017
51986Nitrogen and carbon flows between the caecum, blood and rumen in sheep given chopped lucerne (Medicago sativa) hayDixon, R M; Nolan, J V 9-Oct-2017
62016Can adaptation to nitrate supplementation and provision of fermentable energy reduce nitrite accumulation in rumen contents in vitro?de Raphelis-Soissan, Victoire ; Nolan, John V ; Newbold, J R; Godwin, Ian ; Hegarty, Roger 17-Aug-2017
72017Reintroduction of microflora from necrotic enteritis-resistant chickens reduces gross lesions and improves performance of necrotic enteritis-challenged broilersKeerqin, Chake ; Morgan, Natalie ; Wu, Shubiao ; Svihus, Birger; Choct, Mingan 13-Apr-2018
82017Dietary sugarcane bagasse and coarse particle size of corn are beneficial to performance and gizzard development in broilers fed normal and high sodium dietsQassim, Sarbast ; Swick, Robert A ; Choct, Mingan ; Wu, Shubiao 9-May-2018
92014Sheep of divergent genetic merit for wool growth do not differ in digesta kinetics while on restricted intakesde Barbieri Etcheberry, Luis; Hegarty, Roger ; Oddy, Hutton ; Barnett, Mark ; Li, Li; Nolan, John V 28-Jul-2015
101983The roles of energy- or protein-rich supplements in the subtropics for young cattle consuming basal diets that are low in digestible energy and proteinHennessy, D W; Williamson, P J; Nolan, John ; Kempton, T J; Leng, R4-Jun-2018