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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Clinton Stonecipher (Clint)
Poisonous Plant Research
Range Technician

Phone: (435) 752-2941
Fax: (435) 753-5681

POISONOUS PLANT RESEARCH LAB.
1150 E 1400 NORTH
LOGAN , UT 84341

Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Serum toxicokinetics after intravenous and oral dosing of larkspur toxins in goats -
Welch, K.D., Gardner, D.R., Stonecipher, C.A., Green, B.T., Pfister, J.A. 2017. Serum toxicokinetics after intravenous and oral dosing of larkspur toxins in goats. Toxicon. 133:91-94. doi: 10.1016/j.toxicon.2017.05.008.
Changes in the rumen bacterial microbiome of cattle exposed to ponderosa pine needles -
Welch, K.D., Stonecipher, C.A., Gardner, D.R., Cook, D., Pfister, J.A. 2017. Changes in the rumen bacterial microbiome of cattle exposed to ponderosa pine needles. Journal of Animal Science. 95:2314–2322. doi: 10.2527/jas2016.1228.
Effects of elevated CO2 on the swainsonine chemotypes of Astragalus lentiginosus and Astragalus mollissimus -
Cook, D., Gardner, D.R., Pfister, J.A., Stonecipher, C.A., Robins, J.G., Morgan, J.A. 2017. Effects of elevated CO2 on the swainsonine chemotypes of Astragalus lentiginosus and Astragalus mollissimus. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 43(3):307-316.
Administering multiple doses of a non N-(methylsuccinimido) anthranoyllycoctonine (MSAL)-containing tall larkspur (Delphinium occidentale) to cattle -
Welch, K.D., Stonecipher, C.A., Green, B.T., Gardner, D.R., Cook, D., Pfister, J.A. 2017. Administering multiple doses of a non N-(methylsuccinimido) anthranoyllycoctonine (MSAL)-containing tall larkspur (Delphinium occidentale) to cattle. Toxicon. 128:46-49. doi: 10.1016/j.toxicon.2017.01.020.
Seeding medusahead-invaded rangeland following mechanical disturbance on the channeled scablands of eastern Washington -
Stonecipher, C.A., Panter, K.E., Jensen, K.B., Rigby, C.W., Villalba, J.J. 2017. Seeding medusahead-invaded rangeland following mechanical disturbance on the channeled scablands of eastern Washington. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 70:388-395.
Revegetation of medusahead-invaded rangelands in the channeled scablands of eastern Washington -
Stonecipher, C.A., Panter, K.E., Jensen, K.B., Rigby, C.W., Villalba, J. 2017. Revegetation of medusahead-invaded rangelands in the channeled scablands of eastern Washington. Rangeland Ecology and Management. 70(3):388-395. doi: 10.1016/j.rama.2016.11.002.
Comparison of the serum toxicokinetics of larkspur toxins in cattle, sheep and goats Reprint Icon -
Welch, K.D., Gardner, D.R., Green, B.T., Stonecipher, C.A., Cook, D., Pfister, J.A. 2016. Comparison of the serum toxicokinetics of larkspur toxins in cattle, sheep and goats. Toxicon. 119:270-273.
Effect of protein supplementation on forage utilization by cattle in annual grass-dominated rangelands in the Channel Scablands of Eastern Washington Reprint Icon -
Stonecipher, C.A., Panter, K.E., Villalba, J.J. 2016. Effect of protein supplementation on forage utilization by cattle in annual grass-dominated rangelands in the Channel Scablands of Eastern Washington. Journal of Animal Science. 94(6):2572-2582.
A swainsonine survey of North American Astragalus and Oxytropis taxa implicated as locoweeds Reprint Icon -
Cook, D., Gardner, D.R., Lee, S.T., Pfister, J.A., Stonecipher, C.A., Welsh, S.L. 2016. A swainsonine survey of North American Astragalus and Oxytropis taxa implicated as locoweeds. Toxicon. 118:104-111.
Phylogenetic examination of two chemotypes of Lupinus leucophyllus -
Mott, I.W., Cook, D., Lee, S.T., Stonecipher, C.A., Panter, K.E. 2016. Phylogenetic examination of two chemotypes of Lupinus leucophyllus. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 65:57-65.
The effect of co-administration of death camas (Zigadenus spp.) and low larkspur (Delphinium spp.) in cattle Reprint Icon -
Welch, K.D., Green, B.T., Gardner, D.R., Stonecipher, C.A., Pfister, J.A., Cook, D. 2016. The effect of co-administration of death camas (Zigadenus spp.) and low larkspur (Delphinium spp.) in cattle. Toxins. doi: 10.3390/toxins8010021.
The relative toxicity of Delphinium stachydeum in mice and cattle Reprint Icon -
Cook, D., Welch, K.D., Green, B.T., Gardner, D.R., Pfister, J.A., Constantino, J., Stonecipher, C.A. 2015. The relative toxicity of Delphinium stachydeum in mice and cattle. Toxicon. 99:36-43.
A survey of tremetone, dehydrotremetone and structurally related compounds in Isocoma spp. (Goldenbush) in the southwestern United States Reprint Icon -
Lee, S.T., Cook, D., Davis, T.Z., Gardner, D.R., Johnson, R.L., Stonecipher, C.A. 2015. A survey of tremetone, dehydrotremetone and structurally related compounds in Isocoma spp. (Goldenbush) in the southwestern United States. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry. 63(3):872-879.
The effect of western juniper on the estrous cycle in beef cattle Reprint Icon -
Welch, K.D., Stonecipher, C.A., Gardner, D.R., Panter, K.E., Parsons, C., Deboodt, T., Johnson, B. 2015. The effect of western juniper on the estrous cycle in beef cattle. Research in Veterinary Science. 98:16-18.
The effect of low larkspur (Delphinium spp.) co-administration on the acute toxicity of death camas (Zigadenus spp.) in sheep Reprint Icon -
Welch, K.D., Green, B.T., Gardner, D.R., Stonecipher, C.A., Panter, K.E., Pfister, J.A., Cook, D. 2013. The effect of low larkspur (Delphinium spp.) co-administration on the acute toxicity of death camas (Zigadenus spp.) in sheep. Toxicon. 76:50-58.
The alkaloid profiles of Sophora nuttalliana and Sophora stenophylla -
Lee, S.T., Cook, D., Molyneux, R.J., Marcolongo-Pereira, C., Stonecipher, C.A., Gardner, D.R. 2013. The alkaloid profiles of Sophora nuttalliana and Sophora stenophylla. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology. 48: 58-64.
Alkaloid profiling as an approach to differentiate Lupinus garfieldensis, Lupinus sabinianus, and Lupinus sericeus Reprint Icon -
Cook, D., Lee, S.T., Pfister, J.A., Stonecipher, C.A., Welch, K.D., Green, B.T., Panter, K.E. 2011. Alkaloid profiling as an approach to differentiate Lupinus garfieldensis, Lupinus sabinianus, and Lupinus sericeus. Phytochemical Analysis. 23(3): 278-84.
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