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  1. Development of EPA- and DHA-fortified beverages for use in clinical studies

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/abigail-sommer

    concerns about high levels of mercury, general dislike, and other factors. Additionally, to meet ... (DHA) provide health benefits including reduction in the risk of cardiac death and lower inflammation. ... amount of fish due to high cost, possibly due to dietary restrictions such as vegetarianism/veganism, ...

  2. Forest Fungi Project

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/events/forest-fungi-project

    was launched in 2015, and we have since had more than 1000 soil samples sent to our lab by park ...

  3. Jay Dorsey

    https://fabe.osu.edu/our-people/jay-dorsey

    Soil and Water Resources, Jay provided stormwater and stream management technical assistance and ...

  4. Differences in leaf litter consumption and breakdown between Ohio streams with native and non-native crayfish

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/krystal-pocock

    Here, my two main objectives were to 1) determine species-level differences in leaf consumption, and 2) ... determine species-level differences in leaf decomposition rates in a stream dominated by Rusty crayfish and ... and accelerate leaf decomposition at sites where they were present. To test these predictions, ...

  5. Student Organization In-Person Events

    https://cfaessafety.osu.edu/covid-19-employee-resources/student-organization-person-events

    you to confirm risk mitigation plans including securing necessary approval from the Events Review ...

  6. Metagenome-based growth rate of bacteria and metatranscriptome analysis suggests a mechanism of butyrate formation with growth change of faecalibacterium prausnitzii in low methane yield rumen.

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/boyang-zhang

    retention time between low-methane yield (LMY) and high-methane yield (HMY) sheep. And the differences were ... the relationship between the growth and metabolism of rumen bacteria and methane emissions in sheep. ... machine learning (DML) predicted a direct significant relationship between the growth rate of F. ...

  7. A Force for Nature: Lucy Braun

    https://ocvn.osu.edu/news/force-nature-lucy-braun

    incorporates all subjects from 4 th grade through high school. https://www.cincymuseum.org/dr-e-lucy-braun/ ...

  8. Exploring Lysine metabolism in lactating cows

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/lucas-rocha-rebelo

    periods) received Lys at 0, 25, or 50 g/d into the abomasum via continuous infusion for the last 5 d (L0, ... L25, or L50, respectively) or rumen-protected Lys at 105 g/d (42 g/d Lys) for 17-d. Body labile Lys ... free Lys in the small intestine is not 100% digestible. Increasing Lys supply from L25 to L50 increased ...

  9. Colloidal dispersion of casein micelles and pea protein via homogenization

    https://crp-dev.cfaes.ohio-state.edu/research-projects/abigail-krentz

    protein, for potential applications to produce a high-protein, multi-sourced, functional ingredient. Plant ... However, casein micelles provide a particular system optimal for protein blending along with high sensory ... protein (90:10, 80:20, 50:50). The mixtures were subjected to three cycles of homogenization using ...

  10. Examining Prejudice Exhibited by School Based Teachers in the Midwestern U.S.

    https://cfaesposters.osu.edu/research-projects/colby-gregg

    Λ =.975. Univariate test results show that male participants had higher levels of sexism, F (1, 104) ... levels of prejudice, as defined by integrated threat theory, held by secondary agriculture teachers. ... and results indicated significant results when comparing prejudice levels in both gender, F (4, 101) ...

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