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2003 Publications
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PREGNANCY AND FETAL METABOLISM
(Other)
(30-May-03)
SWINE MANURE COMPOSITION AFFECTS THE BIOCHEMICAL ORIGINS, COMPOSITION, AND ACCUMULATION OF ODOROUS COMPOUNDS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(5-May-03)
ENERGY PARTITIONING IN RUMINANTS AS RELATED TO FEED INTAKE
(Proceedings)
(1-May-03)
UREA NITROGEN RECYCLING AND NITROGEN BALANCE IN LAMBS FED LOW-QUALITY HAY AND INFUSED WITH DIFFERING PROPORTIONS OF CASEIN IN THE RUMEN AND ABOMASUM
(Abstract Only)
(18-Apr-03)
INFLUENCES OF DIETARY PROTEIN LEVEL, AMINO ACID SUPPLEMENTATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURE ON PERFORMANCE, BODY COMPOSITION, ORGAN WEIGHTS AND HEAT PRODUCTION OF GROWING PIGS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(16-Apr-03)
SIMPLE PROTOCOLS TO DETERMINE DUST POTENTIALS FROM CATTLE FEEDLOT SOIL AND SURFACE SAMPLES
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(2-Apr-03)
MEASUREMENT OF THE FRACTIONAL PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RATES IN VISCERAL ORGANS OF WEANLING PIGS BY INTRAPERITONEAL INJECTION OF A FLOODING DOSE OF L-[RING-2H5]PHENYLALANINE
(Proceedings)
(14-Mar-03)
NET PORTAL APPEARANCE OF AMINO ACIDS AND GLUCOSE, AND ENERGY EXPENDITURE BY PORTAL VEIN-DRAINED ORGANS IN GROWING PIGS FED CASEIN AND CORNSTARCH BASED DIETS OR A WHEAT SHORTS BASED DIET
(Proceedings)
(14-Mar-03)
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN AGING AND NUTRITIONAL CONTROLLED GROWTH RATE ON HEAT PRODUCTION OF HEIFERS
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(11-Mar-03)
ACCOUNTING FOR THE PROPORTION OF ALPHA-AMINO NITROGEN IN CRUDE PROTEIN IMPROVES METABOLIZABLE ENERGY PREDICTION IN DRY EXTRUDED DOG FOODS
(Abstract Only)
(10-Mar-03)
SLOW-RELEASE THYME OIL GRANULES FOR CONTROL OF ODOR AND PATHOGENS IN FEEDLOT CATTLE WASTE
(Abstract Only)
(10-Mar-03)
INFLUENCE OF SIRE BREED ON RESIDUAL FEED INTAKE AS AN INDICATOR OF EFFICIENCY IN STEERS
(Abstract Only)
(10-Mar-03)
A DYNAMIC MODEL TO PREDICT THE COMPOSITION OF FAT-FREE MATTER GAINS IN CATTLE
(Abstract Only)
(10-Mar-03)
HEAT PRODUCTION OF GROWING HEIFERS THAT DIFFER IN COMPOSITION OF BOS INDICUS AND BOS TAURUS
(Proceedings)
(4-Mar-03)
THE HISTORY OF ENERGETIC EFFICIENCY RESEARCH: WHERE HAVE WE BEEN AND WHERE ARE WE GOING?
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(24-Feb-03)
EFFECT OF MOISTURE AND MANURE CONTENT ON THE GROWTH AND SURVIVAL OF ESCHERICHIA COLI O157:H7 IN CATTLE FEEDLOT SOILS
(Abstract Only)
(21-Feb-03)
EFFECT OF MOISTURE AND MANURE CONTENT ON MICROBIAL PROCESSES IN CATTLE FEEDLOT SOILS: GREENHOUSE GASES, NUTRIENT LOSSES, AND ODORS
(Abstract Only)
(21-Feb-03)
A DYNAMIC MODEL OF METABOLIZABLE ENERGY UTILIZATION IN GROWING AND MATURE CATTLE. I. METABOLIZABLE ENERGY UTILIZATION FOR MAINTENANCE AND SUPPORT METABOLISM
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(20-Feb-03)
A DYNAMIC MODEL OF METABOLIZABLE ENERGY UTILIZATION IN GROWING AND MATURE CATTLE. II. METABOLIZABLE ENERGY UTILIZATION FOR GAIN
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(20-Feb-03)
A DYNAMIC MODEL OF METABOLIZABLE ENERGY UTILIZATION IN GROWING AND MATURE CATTLE. III. MODEL EVALUATION
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(20-Feb-03)
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