Browsing by Subject "16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA"

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  • Dougal, Kirsty; De La Fuente Oliver, Gabriel; Harris, Patricia A.; Girdwood, Susan E.; Pinloche, Eric; Newbold, C. Jamie (2013)
    The horse has a rich and complex microbial community within its gastrointestinal tract that plays a central role in both health and disease. The horse receives much of its dietary energy through microbial hydrolysis and ...
  • Cardenas, L. M.; Hatch, D. J.; Scholefield, D.; Jhurreea, D.; Clark, I. M.; Hirsch, P. R.; Salazar, F.; Rao-Ravella, S.; Alfaro, M.; Ravella, Sreenivas Rao (2013-06-01)
    A proportion of the nitrogen (N) applied to grasslands as organic or inorganic fertilizers can be lost to water courses as nitrate and to the atmosphere as nitrous and nitric oxides. Volcanic soils from Chile are not ...
  • Blackmore, Tina M.; Dugdale, Alex; Argo, Caroline McG.; Curtis, Gemma; Pinloche, Eric; Harris, Pat A.; Worgan, Hilary J.; Girdwood, Susan E.; Dougal, Kirsty; Newbold, C. Jamie; McEwan, Neil R. (2013-09-11)
    The horse, as a hindgut fermenter, is reliant on its intestinal bacterial population for efficient diet utilisation. However, sudden disturbance of this population can result in severe colic or laminitis, both of which may ...