Current Issue
March, 2021

  • Vol. 48 No. 1
  • Influences of betaine supplementation on growth performance and fecal score in sows and their piglets fed a corn soybean mealbased diet

    Shanmugam Sureshkumar, Dong Heon Baek, In Ho Kim

    A total of twenty-four multiparous sows (Landrace × Yorkshire) and their litters were used in this 21-day experimental ... ...

  • Effects of flaxseed oil supplementation on lactating sows and their offspring

    Je Min Ahn, Md Raihanul Hoque, Young Jo Choi, In Ho Kim

    This study was conducted on sows to evaluate the effect of flaxseed oil on the sows and their offspring’s performance. Forty-eight (48) sows ... ...

  • Properties of fermented soybean meal by kefir and its biological function

    Seok Han Ra, Gereltuya Renchinkhand, Kwang-Yeon Kim, Hyung Churl Bae, Myoung Soo Nam

    Yeast strains are capable of hydrolyzing non-digestible saccharides, such as melibiose, raffinose, and stachyose, found in soy meal components ... ...

  • Probabilistic exposure assessment, a riskbased sampling plan and food safety performance evaluation of common vegetables (tomato and brinjal) in Bangladesh

    Mohammad Nurun-Nabi Mazumder, Aung Bo Bo, Seung Chul Shin, Liesbeth Jacxsens, Tahmina Akter, Md. Shahidul Haque Bir, Most Mohshina Aktar, Md. Habibur Rahman, Jia WeiQiang, Kee Woong Park

    Along with the widespread use of pesticides in the world, concerns over human health impacts are rapidly growing. There ... ...

  • Milk production and composition of conventional and organic-fed Holstein dairy cows as affected by temperature and relative humidity

    Jong Gwan Joo, Kim Margarette C. Nogoy, Jihwan Park, Sunil Chon, Dong Hoon Lee, Seong Ho Choi

    This study aimed to determine the effects if ambient temperature (Ta), relative humidity (RH), and temperature-humidity index (THI) on milk production ... ...

  • Measuring the efficiency and determinants of rice production in Myanmar: a translog stochastic frontier approach

    Khine Zar Wai, Seungjee Hong

    This study investigated the extent to which rice producers from the Ayeyarwaddy Region of Myanmar could improve their productivity if inputs ... ...

  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae partially to completely ameliorates the adverse effects of aflatoxin on the in vitro rumen fermentation of buffalo diet

    Ram Singh, Jin Su Koo, Sungkwon Park, Balamuralikrishnan Balasubramanian

    The current study investigated how Saccharomyces cerevisiae ameliorates the adverse effects of aflatoxin on in vitro rumen fermentation. In this study, five groups ... ...

  • The effects of a 52-hour workweek policy on meat consumption patterns in Korea

    Jaesung Cho, Minkook Jeong, Gangcheol Seo, Hyungwoo Lee

    The 52-hour workweek policy in Korea is a system that limits the maximum working hours per week to 52 hours including holiday work, which has been treated ... ...

  • Influence of sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate emulsifier on growth performance and nutrient digestibility of growing pig

    Md Raihanul Hoque, In Ho Kim

    This study investigated the influence of sodium stearoyl-2-lactylate (SSL) emulsifier on the growth performance and nutrient digestibility of growing ... ...

  • A study on the vulnerability of field water supply using public groundwater wells as irrigation in drought-vulnerable areas with a focus on the Dangjin-si, Yesan-gun, Cheongyang-gun, and Goesan-gun regions in South Korea

    Hyung Jin Shin, Jae Young Lee, Sung Mun Jo, Sang Sun Cha, Seon-Ah Hwang, Won-Ho Nam, Chan Gi Park

    The severe effects of climate change, such as global warming and the El Niño phenomenon, have become more prevalent. In recent years, natural disasters ... ...

  • Cirsium japonicum var. maackii inhibits hydrogen peroxide-induced oxidative stress in SH-SY5Y cells

    Min Jeong Kim, Sanghyun Lee, Hyun Young Kim, Eun Ju Cho

    Over-produced reactive oxygen species (ROS) exert oxidative damage on lipids, proteins, and DNA in the human body, which leads to the onset of neurodegenerative ... ...

  • Comparison of growth performance of Korean native chickens, broiler chickens and white semi broilers during 40 days after hatching

    Myunghwan Yu, Hyun Min Cho, Jun Seon Hong, Yu Bin Kim, Shan Randima Nawarathne, Jung Min Heo, Young-Joo Yi

    The aim of this study was to evaluate the growth performance between two different crossbred strains of Korean native chickens denoted as 1A and 2A ... ...

  • Fabrication and field performance test of a tractor-mounted 6-row cabbage collector

    Kwang-Min Han, Mohammod Ali, Khine Myat Swe, Sumaiya Islam, Sun-Ok Chung, Dae-Geon Kim

    The cultivation area for domestic cabbage increased by 26.3% from 10,968 ha in 2019 to 13,854 ha in 2020, and among leafy vegetables, the cabbage cultivation area ... ...

  • Screening assay for tomato plants resistant to Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. lycopersici race 2 using the expression of the avr2 gene as a selection marker

    Mi-Reu Kim, Jeong Jin Lee, Jiyoung Min, Sun Ha Kim, Dae-Gyu Kim, Sang-Keun Oh

    Fusarium wilt disease of tomato plants caused by Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. lycopersici (FOL race2) is one of the most important diseases of tomatoes worldwide. In the ... ...

  • Effects of lipopolysaccharides on the maturation of pig oocytes

    Young-Joo Yi, Adikari Arachchige Dilki Indrachapa Adikari, Seung-Tae Moon, Sang-Myeong Lee, Jung-Min Heo

    Bacterial infections in the female reproductive tract negatively affect ovarian function, follicular development, and embryo development, leading ... ...

  • Mixed and separate gender feeding influenced the growth performance for two lines of Korean native chickens when compared to a white semi-broiler and a commercial broiler from day 1 to 35 post-hatch

    Oketch Elijah Ogola, Hyun Min Cho, Jun Seon Hong, Yu Bin Kim, Shan Randima Nawarathne, Myunghwan Yu, Jung Min Heo, Young-Joo Yi

    A comparative study was conducted to examine the effects of mixed and separate gender feeding on growth performance of Korean native chickens (KNC) against ... ...

  • Primary metabolic responses in the leaves and roots of bell pepper plants subjected to microelements-deficient conditions

    Jwakyung Sung, Yejin Lee, Seulbi Lee

    Plants need essential mineral elements to favorably develop and to complete their life cycle. Despite the irreplaceable roles of microelements, they are often ignored ... ...