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Does silage containing plantain affect the urination behaviour and urinary nitrogen of dry cows grazing diverse or conventional pasture? (New Zealand Society of Animal Production (Inc), 2022)The objective of this study was to investigate the effect of diverse silage containing plantain on urination behaviour and urinary and faecal nitrogen (N) concentration of dairy cows when grazing standard ryegrass-white ...
Volatility spillovers between stock market and hedge funds: Evidence from Asia Pacific region (MDPI, 2022-09)This paper investigates the nature of volatility spillovers between stock returns and hedge funds returns in twelve Asia Pacific countries in the 1997–2018 period. The sample period encompasses sub periods, 1997 Asia ...
Uncertainty, risk aversion and corporate performance: Evidence from the Asia-Pacific region (Taylor & Francis, 2022-12-10)We investigate the impacts of global, regional, and pandemic uncertainties on firm performance in the Asia-Pacific region. Using the fixed effects panel-data analysis for 5979 non-financial listed firms in five developed ...
Evaluation of sensory and physicochemical characteristics of vitamin B₁₂ enriched whole-meal sourdough bread fermented with propionibacterium freudenreichii (MDPI, 2023-05)The sustainable production of vegan or vegetarian food rich in vitamin B₁₂ is a challenge. Propionibacterium freudenreichii fermentation has been identified as an effective method for the enhancement of vitamin B₁₂ content ...
Association between yoga participation and arterial stiffness: A cross-sectional study (MDPI, 2023-05)Background: Yoga may help adults of all fitness levels increase their physical activity and decrease their cardiovascular disease risk. Aim: To determine if arterial stiffness is lower (beneficial) in yoga versus non-yoga ...