Lincoln University Research Archive

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Yield and composition of lucerne stands in Central Otago after different winter grazing and weed control treatments Roux, M.; Leask, S.; Moot, Derrick J.The effect of grazing date and time of spraying with a glyphosate/atrazine herbicide combination on a three year-old lucerne stand was studied on-farm in Central Otago. Total annual dry matter (DM) yield was highest in the …

Beer and consumer response using biometrics: Associations assessment of beer compounds and elicited emotions Gonzalez Viejo, C.; Villarreal-Lara, R.; Torrico, Damir; Rodríguez-Velazco, Y. G.; Escobedo-Avellaneda, Z.; Ramos-Parra, P. A.; Mandal, R.; Pratap Singh, A.; Hernández-Brenes, C.; Fuentes, S. (MDPI, 2020-06)Some chemical compounds, especially alcohol, sugars, and alkaloids such as hordenine, have been reported as elicitors of different emotional responses. This preliminary study was based on six commercial beers selected …

Milk production and urination behaviour of dairy cows grazing diverse and simple pastures Edwards, Grant; Bryant, Racheal H.; Smith, Neil P.; Hague, Helen; Ferris, Anita; Farrell, L. (New Zealand Society of Animal Production (Inc), 2015-07)Milk production and urination patterns were measured for mid-lactation dairy cows grazing a simple perennial ryegrass-white clover pasture (n = 15) and a more diverse pasture (n = 15) containing herb (chicory and plantain) …

Analysis of ligand binding to macromolecules using kinetic and polynomial approaches Jamal, Fatima; Kulasiri, Gamalathge D.; Samarasinghe, Sandhya (MSSANZ, 2017-12-03)One of the most interesting property exhibited by most of the proteins is its ligand binding and cooperative interaction ability. The cooperative interactions occur when ligand binding on one site alters the interactions …

The potential of Lactobacillus spp. for modulating oxidative stress in the gastrointestinal tract Kong, Y.; Olejar, K. J.; On, Stephen; Chelikani, Venkata N. C. (MDPI, 2020-07)The gastrointestinal (GI) tract is crucial for food digestion and nutrient absorption in humans. However, the GI tract is usually challenged with oxidative stress that can be induced by various factors, such as exogenous …

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