Animal sciences faculty, students published
Several faculty members and students in the NDSU animal sciences department co-wrote articles that were published recently. Some of the articles were developed with colleagues from other universities.
Anna Grazul-Bilska, M.L. Johnson, Pawel Borowicz, Dale Redmer and Larry Reynolds had “Placental Development During Early Pregnancy in Sheep: Effects of Embryo Origin on Fetal and Placental Growth, and Global Methylation” published in Theriogenology.
Philip Steichen, Kim Vonnahme and Marc Bauer published “Influence of Nitrogen and Sulfur Intake on Bovine Uterine pH Throughout the Luteal Phase” in the Journal of Animal Science.
Steve Eckerman, Greg Lardy, Megan Van Emon, Bryan Neville, Paul Berg and Chris Schauer published “Effects of Increasing Dosages of Zeranol Implants on Lamb Growth, Carcass Characteristics, Blood Hormones and Nitrogen Metabolism” in the Journal of Animal Science.
Rob Maddock published “National Beef Tenderness Survey – 2010: Warner-Bratzler Shear-force Values and Sensory Panel Ratings for Beef Steaks from United States Retail and Foodservice Establishments” in the Journal of Animal Science.
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