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  • Addressing global ruminant agricultural challenges through understanding the rumen microbiome: past, present and future 

    Huws SA; Creevey C; Oyama LB; Mizrahi I; Denman SE; Popova M; Munoz-tamayo R; Forano E; Waters SM; Hess M; Tapio I; Smidt H; Krizsan S; Yanez-Ruiz DR; Belanche A; Guan LL; Gruninger RJ; McAllister T; Newbold J; Roehe R; Dewhurst RJ; Snelling TJ; Watson M; Suen G; Hart E; Kingston-Smith A; Scollan N; Do Prado RM; Pilau E; Mantovani HC; Attwood GT; Edwards JE; McEwan N; Morrison S; Mayorga O; Elliott C; Morgavi DP (2018)
    The rumen is a complex ecosystem composed of anaerobic bacteria, protozoa, fungi, methanogenic archaea and phages. These microbes interact closely to breakdown plant material that is inedible for humans, whilst providing ...
  • Disaggregated N2O emission factors in China based on cropping parameters create a robust approach to the IPCC Tier 2 methodology 

    Shepherd A; Yan X; Nayak D; Newbold J; Moran D; Dhanoa MS; Goulding K; Smith P; Cardenas LM (2015)
    China accounts for a third of global nitrogen fertilizer consumption. Under an International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Tier 2 assessment, emission factors (EFs) are developed for the major crop types using ...
  • Management opportunities to mitigate greenhouse gas emissions from Chinese agriculture 

    Nayak D; Saetnan E; Cheng K; Wang W; Koslowski F; Cheng Y-F; Zhu WY; Wang J-K; Liu J-X; Moran D; Yan X; Cardenas L; Newbold J; Pan G; Lu Y (2015)
    Agriculture accounts for approximately 11% of China’s national greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Through adoption of region-specific best management practices, Chinese farmers can contribute to emission reduction while ...