(Right) Chromatogram of phenolic compounds in the Kenland variety of red clover. (Left) Orchardgrass fructans separated by high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC).
Tall fescue E+ (left) and E- (right) clone pair plants side-by-side in the field.
Measuring blood vessel constriction of steers due to alkaloids from endophyte-infected tall fescue.
Aiken, Glen E
Research Animal Scientist
USDA-ARS-MwW-FAPRU; 1100 South Limestone
N-220 Ag Sci North, University of Kentucky Campus
Lexington KY 40506
Drs. Isabelle Kagan and Michael Flythe's video publication in the Journal of Visualized Experiments, Thin-layer Chromatographic Separations and Bioassys of Plant Extracts to Identify Antimicrobial Compounds . (110 MB, 12:04)
Drs. Michael Flythe and Glen Aiken article link to "Red Clover: and alternative to antibiotic growth promoters?" from Progressive Cattle Magazine, March, 2016, http://www.progressivecattle.com/topics/range-pasture/7215-red-clover-an-alternative-to-antibiotic-growth-promoters