VFA

(redirected from Volatile Fatty Acid)
AcronymDefinition
VFAStrike Fighter Squadron (US Navy)
VFAView from Above
VFAVisiting Forces Agreement
VFAVolatile Fatty Acid
VFAFighter Attack Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1980 to 1983)
VFAVictoria Falls, Zimbabwe (Airport Code)
VFAVereinigung Freischaffender Architekten Deutschlands (German: Association of Freelance Architects, Germany)
VFAVeterans for America
VFAVoids Filled with Asphalt
VFAVictorian Football Association
VFAVertebral Fracture Assessment (type of bone density scan)
VFAVeterinary and Food Administration (Denmark)
VFAVolunteer Fire Association (various organizations)
VFAVoluntary Flexible Agreement (US Department of Education)
VFAVermont Farms! Association (Rutland, VT)
VFAVoltage Feedback Amplifier
VFAVote From Abroad
VFAVermont Fire Academy
VFAFixed-Wing Fighter Attack
VFAVerband Forschender Arzneimittelhersteller eV (German Association of Research-based Pharmaceutical Companies)
VFAValeur Foncière de Référence en Acquisition-Amélioration (French: Property Reference Value in Acquisition-Improvement; zoning; France)
VFAViral Fitness Assay
VFAVydaná Faktura
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Method to measure fractional rate of volatile fatty acid absorption from the rumen.
Keywords, Acidosis, protozoa, gas production technique, methane production, volatile fatty acids.
Role of volatile fatty acids in development of the cecal microflora in broiler chickens during growth.
Volatile fatty acids concentration in this experiment were similar to those reported by Polyorach and Wanapat (2014) who reported the increasing of VFAconcentrations especially C3 by various treated rice straw; thus, C2:C3 was subsequently lowered.
(2016) observed that lambs had higher rumen pH, [NH.sub.3]-N, and total volatile fatty acid (VFA) compared to those in the control group when they were fed high concentrate diet with calvacrol and/or thymol.
Ahring, "Dynamics of the anaerobic process: effects of volatile fatty acids," Biotechnology and Bioengineering, vol.
During the experimental period the reactor was monitored for COD (total) and SCOD (soluble) removal efficiencies, biomass concentration, pH, methane production and volatile fatty acids (VFA) cocentration in the effluent.
Anaerobic oxidation of propionate is affected by many factors, including pH, temperature, hydrogen partial pressure, volatile fatty acids (VFAs), reactor configuration and organic compounds (Kim et al., 2002; Dhaked et al., 2003; Siegert and Banks, 2005; Liu et al., 2006).
Concentrations of volatile fatty acids (VFA) (mmol/1), cellulose, and sugar (g/kg wet matter) in the rumen content of moose.
Volatile fatty acids (VFA) in the supernatant were determined by gas chromatography as described by Baumgardt (1964) and Brotz and Schaefer (1986).
THE EFFECTS OF DIET ON VOLATILE FATTY ACID CONCENTRATIONS IN THE STOMACH OF THE HORSE: IMPLICATIONS IN GASTRIC ULCER DISEASE.
Approximately 5 mL of the strained rumen fluid was taken for microbial population study while another 10 mL of the fluid was mixed with 2 mL 25% metaphosphoric acid (w:v) for volatile fatty acid analysis.