Recently, a meeting abstract entitled "Pig amino acid metabolism in immune regulation" by Professor Yulong Yin, a member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering and a researcher at the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, was recorded in the conference presentation album titled "The Challenge of Change/The New Normal?" by Elsevier's Animal Series Journal, Animal-Science Proceedings (formerly Advances in Animal Biosciences).
Recently, a team of researchers from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture (ISA) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences revealed the role of balanced BCAAs supplementation in lipid metabolism.The study has been published as the first cover of Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry.
Recently, researchers from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture (ISA) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences explored the consequences of water regime changes on phenological mismatch and detect the relative role of the mismatch as a driver of annual variations in abundance and distribution of the Lesser White-fronted Goose in East Dongting Lake.
A team from China Agricultural University and the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture (ISA) found that β-Hydroxy-β-methylbutyrate (HMB) offered a beneficial effect on the inhibition of liver injury. The finding will contribute to developing new interventions to ameliorate liver injury and dysfunction in animals and humans with exposure to endotoxin.
Recentely, a research group led by Prof. SU Yirong from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture (ISA) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences elucidated the soil organic carbon (SOC) sequestration pathways in paddy and upland, which provided a strong scientific basis for the management of SOC pools in the agricultural lands.
Researchers from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture(ISA), Chinese Academy of Sciences evaluated the effects of different vegetation succession on soil quality in the subtropical karst area of southwest China, and further to identified the factors that influencing soil quality.
A new kind of rice that can grow to a height of 2.2 meters has been introduced to China, the Chinese Academy of Sciences institute of subtropical agriculture (ISA) announced Monday.
On August 26, the 6th International Conference on Food, Agriculture and Biotechnology (ICoFAB) was held at Mahasarakham University, Thailand. Over 150 scientists from China, Thailand, attended the conference. With invitation as the keynote speaker from the committee of the conference, professor WU Xin from the Institute of Subtropical Agriculture, Chinese Academy of Sciences att...