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Article

Li, Xixi, Norman, Hayley C., Kinley, Robert D., Laurence, Michael, Wilmot, Matt, Bender, Hannah, de Nys, Rocky, and Tomkins, Nigel (2018) Asparagopsis taxiformis decreases enteric methane production from sheep. Animal Production Science, 58 (4). pp. 681-688.

Machado, Lorenna, Tomkins, Nigel, Magnusson, Marie, Midgley, David J., de Nys, Rocky, and Rosewarne, Carly P. (2018) In vitro response of rumen microbiota to the antimethanogenic red acroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis. Microbial Ecology, 75 (3). pp. 811-818.

Vucko, Matthew J., Magnusson, Marie, Kinley, Robert D., Villart, Céline, and de Nys, Rocky (2017) The effects of processing on the in vitro antimethanogenic capacity and concentration of secondary metabolites of Asparagopsis taxiformis. Journal of Applied Phycology, 29 (3). pp. 1577-1586.

Kinley, Robert D., Vucko, Matthew J., Machado, Lorenna, and Tomkins, Nigel W. (2016) In vitro evaluation of the antimethanogenic potency and effects on fermentation of individual and combinations of marine macroalgae. American Journal of Plant Sciences, 7 (14). pp. 2038-2054.

Machado, Lorenna, Magnusson, Marie, Paul, Nicholas A., Kinley, Robert, de Nys, Rocky, and Tomkins, Nigel (2016) Identification of bioactives from the red seaweed Asparagopsis taxiformis that promote antimethanogenic activity in vitro. Journal of Applied Phycology, 28 (5). pp. 3117-3126.

Machado, Lorenna, Magnusson, Marie, Paul, Nicholas A., Kinley, Robert, de Nys, Rocky, and Tomkins, Nigel (2016) Dose-response effects of Asparagopsis taxiformis and Oedogonium sp. on in vitro fermentation and methane production. Journal of Applied Phycology, 28 (2). pp. 1443-1452.

Kinley, Robert D., de Nys, Rocky, Vucko, Matthew J., Machado, Lorenna, and Tomkins, Nigel W. (2016) The red macroalgae Asparagopsis taxiformis is a potent natural antimethanogenic that reduces methane production during in vitro fermentation with rumen fluid. Animal Production Science, 56 (3). pp. 282-289.

Tomkins, Nigel W., Denman, Stuart E., Pilajun, Ruangyote, Wanapat, Metha, McSweeney, Chris S., and Elliott, Robert (2015) Manipulating rumen fermentation and methanogenesis using an essential oil and monensin in beef cattle fed a tropical grass hay. Animal Feed Science and Technology, 200. pp. 25-34.

Machado, Lorenna, Magnusson, Marie, Paul, Nicholas A., de Nys, Rocky, and Tomkins, Nigel (2014) Effects of marine and freshwater macroalgae on in vitro total gas and methane production. PLoS ONE, 9 (1). e85289. pp. 1-11.

Conference Item

Razaghi, Ali, Kartik, Obulisamy, Owens, Leigh, and Heimann, Kirsten (2014) Methane oxidation by the oleaginous yeast, Rhodotorula glutinis – fact or fiction? In: [Presented at the North Queensland Festival of Life Sciences 2014]. From: North Queensland Festival of Life Sciences 2014, 5 November 2014, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Thesis

Machado, Lorenna (2015) Tropical macroalgae as a natural alternative for the mitigation of methane emissions in ruminant livestock systems. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

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