Professor Emeritus Donald L. Palmquist

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Dr. Palmquist earned a PhD in Nutrition at the University of California at Davis. He then studied dairy cattle metabolism as a post-doctoral researcher at the University of Illinois. In 1967 he joined the Department of Dairy Science at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center/The Ohio State University. His research was focused on lipid metabolism and milk synthesis; major contributions were development of calcium soaps as an inert lipid energy supplement for high-producing dairy cattle and using lipid supplements to modify the fatty acid profile of milk fat. He has lectured widely, both domestically and internationally, on these topics.

Dr. Palmquist has received the American Feed Industry Association and American Cyanamid research awards from the American Dairy Science Association and the Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award from the Federation of Animal Science Societies and is a Fellow of the American Dairy Science Association. He retired from active research in 2000, but continues to write and lecture on topics of dairy cattle feeding and metabolism and on the nutritional value of milk.

Selected Publications

  • Palmquist, D.L., and W. Mattos. 1978. Turnover of lipoproteins and transfer to milk fat of dietary (1-C14)-linoleic acid in lactating cows. J. Dairy Sci. 61:561-565.
  • Palmquist, D. L., and H.R. Conrad. 1978. High fat rations for dairy cows. Effects on feed intake, milk and fat production, and plasma metabolites. J. Dairy Sci. 61:890-901.
  • Palmquist, D.L., and T.C. Jenkins. 1980. Fat in lactation rations. Review. J. Dairy Sci. 63:1-14.
  • Jenkins, T.C., and D.L. Palmquist. 1982. Effect of added fat and calcium on in vitro formation of insoluble fatty acid soaps and cell wall digestibility. J. Anim. Sci. 55:957-963.
  • Palmquist, D.L., T.C. Jenkins, and A.E. Joyner, Jr. 1986. Effect of dietary fat and calcium source on insoluble soap formation in the rumen. J. Dairy Sci. 69:1020-1025.
  • Pullen, D.L., D.L. Palmquist, and R.S. Emery. 1989. Effect of days of lactation and methionine hydroxy analog on incorporation of plasma fatty acids into plasma triglycerides. J. Dairy Sci. 72:49-58.
  • Wu, Z., O.A. Ohajuruka, and D.L. Palmquist. 1991. Ruminal synthesis, biohydrogenation, and digestibility of fatty acids by dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 74:3025-3034.
  • Palmquist, D.L., A.D. Beaulieu, and D.M. Barbano. 1993. ADSA Foundation Symposium: Milk fat Synthesis and Modification. Feed and animal factors influencing milk fat composition. J. Dairy Sci. 76:1753-1771.
  • Palmquist, D.L. 1994. The role of dietary fats in efficiency of ruminants. J. Nutr. 124:1377S-1382S.
  • Griinari, J.M., D.A. Dwyer, M.A. McGuire, D.E. Bauman, D.L. Palmquist, and K.V.V. Nurmela. 1998. Trans-Octadecenoic acids and milk fat depression in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 81:1251-1261.
  • Santora, J.E., D.L. Palmquist, and K.L. Roehrig. 2000. Trans-vaccenic acid is desaturated to conjugated linoleic acid in mice. J. Nutr. 130:208-215.
  • Choi, B.-R., D.L. Palmquist, and M.S. Allen. 2000. Cholecystokinin mediates depression of feed intake in dairy cattle fed high fat diets. Dom. Anim. Endocrinol. 19:159-175.
  • Turpeinen, A.M., M. Mutanen, A. Aro, I. Salminen, S. Basu, D.L. Palmquist, and J.M. Griinari. 2002. Bioconversion of vaccenic acid to conjugated linoleic acid in humans. Am. J. Clin. Nutr. 76:504-510.
  • Palmquist, D.L. and T.C. Jenkins. 2003. Challenges with fats and fatty acid methods. J. Anim. Sci. 81:3250-3254.
  • Palmquist, D.L. 2009. n-3 Fatty acids in metabolism, health, nutrition and for modified animal product foods. Prof. Anim. Sci. 2009 25:207-249.

 

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