Article published the March 31, 2020
Dairy cows alter their metabolic, hormonal, mineral, and immunological systems as they transition from pregnancy to lactation. Following parturition cows are unable to consume enough nutrients to meet the energetic demands of lactation (and maintenance costs) and as a result enter into negative energy balance (NEB). During NEB, coordinated changes in carbohydrate and lipid metabolism (i.e., decr ...
This member gave a presentation on November 6, 2019
At the following event:
Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals 2019
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Article published the April 12, 2018
Both humans and livestock are susceptible to high thermal loads that can cause acute, chronic, and lethal illness due to heat stress-related pathologies. In 2003, approximately 50,000 Europeans died during an intense heat-wave [1,2]. More recently, about 11,000 people succumbed to heat stress in Moscow during an abnormally hot 2010 summer . Besides cooling and rehydration, there a ...
Article published the March 15, 2018
Heat stress (HS) is a major environmental hazard for both humans and animals. Despite advances in the understanding of heat-related illnesses, there is no treatment against specific aspects of their pathophysiology, and protocols are limited to generic cooling and rehydration (Leon and Helwig 1985). Therefore, a better understanding of the biological consequences of HS is critical in ...
Article published the July 27, 2017
Heat stress (HS) is a major environmental hazard for both humans and animals. Heat claims more human lives than all other climatic events combined (Changnon et al. 1996), with the young and elderly populations being the most susceptible (Leon and Helwig 2010). Surprisingly, despite increased understanding on the pathophysiology of heat-related illnesses (Bouchama and Knochel 2002), t ...
Video published on October 30, 2014
Dr. Lance Baumgard, Professor at Iowa State University, speaks about a global problem: heat stress and its impact on economy, production and food security. He also mentions some dietary and management strategies to mitigate this problem and reduce the negative effects of heat stress which is becoming worse in the future due to climate change.
This member gave a presentation on June 27, 2013
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October 26, 2012