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The mechanisms of flavour compound formation in fermented dairy products can involve either their viable microflora directly, the enzymes of dead microbial cells, or non-enzymic reactions controlled by the conditions of low pH and low Eh created by the lactic acid bacteria. This article reviews and ...

Author(s)
Law, B. A.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1981, 43, 3, pp 143-154

Effects of diet form and the presence or absence of competition on the feeding behaviour of dairy cows are discussed. There are more data for dry than lactating cows, but limiting access to feed tends to reduce total DM intake. Lactating cows tend to eat more quickly than dry cows. Although the...

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Campling, R. C.; Morgan, C. A.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1981, 43, 2, pp 57-63

This review covers the preparation, structure and properties of lactulose, which is a ketose produced from lactose at alkaline pH or in heated milk. The presence of lactulose in infant feeding formulae encourages the development of Bifidobacterium bifidum in the intestinal flora, mimicing the flora ...

Author(s)
Mendez, A.; Olano, A.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1979, 41, 9, pp 531-535

Application of direct acidification to the manufacture of Cheddar, Blue, Cottage and Mozzarella cheeses are reviewed, as well as its use in cultured cream and milks. The main problems in the ripening of directly-acidified cheese are the control of undesirable microorganisms and the development of a ...

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Fox, P. F.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1978, 40, 12, pp 727-732

Mechanisms of excretion are reviewed generally and the transfer of specific substances into milk are considered, covering particularly human and cows' milk.

Author(s)
Cowie, A. T.; Swinburne, J. K.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1977, 39, 7, pp 391-402

This review includes consideration of the effect of multiple suckling on calf performance and on the milk yield and reproductive physiology of the dam.

Author(s)
Edmunds, J.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1977, 39, 5, pp 243-246

Author(s)
Woodward, D. R.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1976, 38, 3, pp 137-150

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Young, S.; White, N. S.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1974, 36, 5, pp 197-209

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Young, S.; White, N. S.
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1974, 36, 4, pp 139-149

Author(s)
Wheelock, J. V.; Sinkinson, G.; Hindle, E. J.
Publisher
CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK
Citation
Dairy Science Abstracts, 1972, 34, 9, pp 655-664

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