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Publications at this Location

ARS scientists publish results of their research projects in many formats. Listed below are the publications from research projects conducted at this location.

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2013 Publications
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Antimicrobial effects of hops (Humulus lupulus) beta-acid on the growth and ammonia production of caprine ruminal hyper-ammonia-producing bacteria
(Abstract Only)
(21-Mar-13)
Evaluation of PCR-DGGE as a method to recapitulate host phylogeny by fecal microbial community fingerprint
(Abstract Only)
(19-Mar-13)
Dietary exposure to ergot alkaloids decreases contractility of bovine mesenteric vasculature
(Abstract Only)
(8-Mar-13)
Bovine lateral saphenous veins exposed to ergopeptine alkaloids do not relax
(Abstract Only)
(8-Mar-13)
Effect of endophyte-infected tall fescue seed on ruminal metabolism and physiology in Angus steers
(Abstract Only)
(8-Mar-13)
Equine palmar artery, palmar vein and uterine artery express different populations of vasoactive biogenic amine receptors
(Abstract Only)
(8-Mar-13)
Effect of fescue toxicosis on ruminal kinetics, nitrogen and energy balance in Holstein steers
(Abstract Only)
(8-Mar-13)
Effect of fescue toxicosis on nitrogen and energy balance in Holstein steers
(Abstract Only)
(1-Mar-13)
Application of washed rumen technique for rapid determination of fasting heat production in steers
(Abstract Only)
(1-Mar-13)
Vasoconstriction in horses caused by endophyte-infected tall fescue seed is detected with Doppler ultrasonography
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(14-Jan-13)
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