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ZHIGUO WU, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor of Ruminant Nutrition, New Bolton Center


Contact Information:
University of Pennsylvania
School of Veterinary Medicine
Dept of Clinical Studies
New Bolton Center
382 West Street Road
 Phone 610-925-6307
 Fax 610-925-6823
 Email zwu@vet.upenn.edu

Research on nutrient management, particularly phosphorus and nitrogen, is well known. Work has contributed to the current recommendation of phosphorus requirements of dairy cows in the 2001 NRC. Research was selected to feature in the NRI Research Highlights.

Research has been expanded to an international scope, with on-going projects with China on global food security, resulting in research grant receipts from both the US and China, and international travel, seminar, and student exchange opportunities, including 6 Penn students receiving externships during the last three years supported by China (air tickets, room & board, and stipend).

Taylor MS, Knowlton KF, McGilliard ML, Swecker WS, Ferguson JD, Wu Z, Hanigan MD Dietary calcium has little effect on mineral balance and bone mineral metabolism through twenty weeks of lactation in Holstein cows. J. Dairy Sci. 92: 223-37, 2009.

Dou Z, Ramberg CF Jr, Chapuis-Lardy L, Toth JD, Wu Z, Chase LE, Kohn RA, Knowlton KF, Ferguson JD A fecal test for assessing phosphorus overfeeding on dairy farms: evaluation using extensive farm data. J. Dairy Sci. 93: 830-9, 2010.

Dou Z, Ramberg CF Jr, Chapuis-Lardy L, Toth JD, Wang Y, Munson RJ, Wu Z, Chase LE, Kohn RA, Knowlton KF, Ferguson JD A novel test for measuring and managing potential phosphorus loss from dairy cattle feces. Environ Sci Technol. 41: 4361-6, 2007.

Remsburg DW, Munson RJ, Elliot RD, Dou ZX, Ferguson JD, Galligan DT, Wu Z, Baker LD Case report-two nutritional interventions in dairy cattle herds helped improve productivity and animal health while reducing environmental footprint. Bovine Practitioner : , 2010.

Groff EB, Wu Z. Milk production and nitrogen excretion of dairy cows fed different amounts of protein and varying proportions of alfalfa and corn silage. J Dairy Sci. 88: 3619-32, 2005.

Tallam SK, Ealy AD, Bryan KA, Wu Z. Ovarian activity and reproductive performance of dairy cows fed different amounts of phosphorus. J Dairy Sci. 88: 3609-18, 2005.

Elizondo Salazar JA, Ferguson JD, Beegle DB, Remsburg DW, Wu Z. Body phosphorus mobilization and deposition during lactation in dairy cows. J Anim Physiol Anim Nutr (Berl). 97: 502-514, 2012.

Wang, C., Z. Liu, D. M. Wang, J. X. Liu, H. Y. Liu, and Z. Wu Effect of dietary phosphorus amount on milk production and phosphorus excretion of dairy cows. Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology 5: 23, 2014.

Dou Z, Ramberg C F, Chapuis-Lardy L, Toth J D, Wu Z, Chase L E, Kohn R A, Knowlton K F, Ferguson J D A fecal test for assessing phosphorus overfeeding on dairy farms: evaluation using extensive farm data. Journal of dairy science 93: 830-9, 2010.

Lahlou M N, Kanneganti R, Massingill L J, Broderick G A, Park Y, Pariza M W, Ferguson J D, Wu Z Grazing increases the concentration of CLA in dairy cow milk Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience : 1-10, 2014.

Ph.D. (Dairy Science) Ohio State University, 1990