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CLIFF-GRADS Publications

Round One 2018 CLIFF-GRADS:

Garcia F, Colombatto D, Brunetti MA, Martínez MJ, Moreno MV, Scorcione Turcato MC, Lucini E, Frossasco G, Martínez Ferrer J. 2020. The Reduction of Methane Production in the In Vitro Ruminal Fermentation of Different Substrates is Linked with the Chemical Composition of the Essential Oil. Animals10(5), 786.

Molina IC, Arroyave J, Valencia S, Barahona R, Aguilar C, Ayala A, Arango J, Ku J. 2019. Effects of tannins and saponins contained in foliage of Gliricidia sepium and pods of Enterolobium cyclocarpum on fermentation, methane emissions and rumen microbial population in crossbred heifers. Animal Feed Science and Technology 251:1-11.

Molina IC, Montoya D, Zavala L, Barahona R, Arango J, Ku J. 2019. Effects of long-term diet supplementation with Gliricidia sepium foliage mixed with Enterolobium cyclocarpum pods on enteric methane, apparent digestibility, and rumen microbial population in crossbred heifersJournal of Animal Science 97(4):1619-1633.

 

Round Two 2019 CLIFF-GRADS:

Arndt C, Misselbrook HT, Vega A, Gonzalez-Quintero R, Chavarro-Lobo AJ, Mazzetto MA, Chadwick RD. 2020. Measured Ammonia Emissions from Tropical and Subtropical Pastures: A Comparison with 2006 IPCC, 2019 Refinement to the 2006 IPCC, and EMEP/EEA Inventory Estimates. Journal of Dairy Science.

Soremi PAS, Graterol E, Alvarez MA, Chirinda N. 2019. Turning to rice cultivars for solving the methane emissions in irrigated systems. Poster No. 3.23 at the 5th Global Science Conference on Climate-Smart Agriculture, 8-10 October, 2019 in Bali, Indonesia.