listing of scientific abstracts and articles using msc products
Listing of Scientific Abstracts and Articles Using MSC Products A. Energy Booster
1. Ballard, C. S., E. D. Thomas, D. S. Tang, P. Mandebvu, C. J. Sniffen, M. I. Endres, and M. P, Carter. 2001. Effect of Corn Hybrid on Dry Matter Yield, Nutrient Composition, In Vitro Digestion, Intake by Dairy Heifers, and Milk Production by Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 84:442-452.
2. Beam, S. W. and W. R. Butler. 1998. Energy Balance, Metabolic Hormones, and Early Postpartum Follicular Development in Dairy Cows Fed Prilled Lipid. J. Dairy Sci. 81:121-131. 3. Bradford, B. J., A. D. Gour, A. S. Nash, and M.S. Allen. 2006. Propionate Challenge Tests Have Limited Value for Investigating Bovine Metabolism. J. Nutr. 136:1915-1920. 4. Bremmer, D. R., T. R. Overton, and J. H. Clark. 1997. Production and Composition of Milk From Jersey Cows Administered Bovine Somatotropin and Fed Ruminally Protected Amino Acids. J. Dairy Sci. 80:1374-1380. 5. Bremmer, D. R., L. D. Ruppert, J. H. Clark, and J. K. Drackley. 1998. Effects of Chain Length and Unsaturation of Fatty Acid Mixtures Infused into the Abomasum of Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 81:176-188. 6. Brito, A. F. and G. A. Broderick. 2006. Effect of Varying Dietary Ratios of Alfalfa Silage to Corn Silage on Production and Nitrogen Utilization in Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 89:3924-3938. 7. Broderick, G. A. and W. J. Radloff. 2004. Effect of Molasses Supplementation on the Production of Lactating Dairy Cows Fed Diets Based on Alfalfa and Corn Silage. J. Dairy Sci. 87:2997-3009. 8. Carroll, D. J., R. R. Grummer, and M. K. Clayton. 1992. Stimulation of luteal cell progesterone production by lipoproteins from cows fed control or fat-supplemented diets. J. Dairy Sci. 75:2205- 2214. 9. Chan, S. C., J. T. Huber, C. B. Theurer, Z. Wu, K.H. Chen, and J. M. Simas. 1997. Effects of Supplemental Fat and Protein Source on Ruminal Fermentation and Nutrient Flow to the Duodenum in Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 80:152-159. 10. Chan, S.C., J. T. Huber, K. H. Chen, J.M. Simas, and Z. Wu. 1997. Effects of Ruminally Inert Fat and Evaporative Cooling on Dairy Cows in Hot Environmental Temperatures. J. Dairy Sci. 80:1172-1180. 11. Ching, Y. C., G. E. Carstens, C. D. Gilbert, C. M. Theis, S. L. Archibeque, M. W. Kurz, L. J. Slay, and S. B. Smith. 2007. Dietary Supplementation of High Levels of Saturated and Monounsaturated Fatty Acids to Ewes during Late Gestation Reduces Thermogenesis in Newborn Lambs by Depressing Fatty Acid Oxidation in Perirenal Brown Adipose Tissue. J. Nutr. 137:43-48. 12. Choi, B-R., D. L. Palmquist, and M. S. Allen. 1997. Sodium Mercatpoacetate Is Not a Useful Probe to Study the Role of Fat in Regulation of Feed Intake in Dairy Cattle. J. Nutr. 127:171-176. 13. Christensen, R.A., J. K. Drackley, D. W. LaCount, and J. H. Clark. 1994. Infusion of Four Long- chain Fatty Acid Mixtures into the Abomasum of Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 77:1052- 1069. 14. Douglas, G. N., J. Rehage, A. D. Beaulieu, A. O. Bahaa, and J. K. Drackley. 2007. Prepartum nutrition alters fatty acid composition in plasma, adipose tissue, and liver lipids of periparturient dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90:2941-2959. 15. Drackley, J. K., A.D. Beaulieu, and J. P. Elliott. 2001. Responses of Milk Fat Composition to Dietary Fat or Nonstructural Carbohydrates in Holstein and Jersey Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 84:1231- 1237. 16. Elliott, J. P., J. K. Drackley, C. G. Aldrich, and N. R. Merchen. 1997. Effects of Saturation and Esterification of Fat Sources on Site and Extent of Digestion in Steers: Ruminal Fermentation and Digestion of Organic Matter, Fiber, and Nitrogen. J. Anim. Sci. 75:2803-2812. 17. Elliott, J. P., J. K. Drackley, A. D. Beaulieu, C. G. Aldrich, and N. R. Merchen. 1999. Effects of
Saturation and Esterification of Fat Sources on Site and Extent of Digestion in Steers: Digestion of Fatty Acids, Triglycerides, and Energy. J. Anim. Sci. 77:1919-1929. 18. Elliott, J. P., T. R. Overton, and J. K. Drackley. 1994. Digestibility and Effects of Three Forms of Mostly Saturated Fatty Acids. J. Dairy Sci. 77:789-798. 19. Elliott, J. P., J. K. Drackley, G.C. Fahey, and R. D. Shanks. 1995. Utilization of Supplemental Fat by Dairy Cows Fed Diets Varying in Content of Nonstructural Carbohydrates. J. Dairy Sci. 78:1512-1525. 20. Elliott, J. P., J. K. Drackley, and D. J. Weigel. 1996. Digestibility and Effects of Hydrogenated Palm Fatty Acid Distillate in Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 79:1031-1039. 21. Elizalde, J. C., C. G. Aldrich, D. W. LaCount, J. K. Drackley, and N. R. Merchen. 1999. Ruminal and Total Tract Digestibilities in Steers Fed Diets Containing Liquefied or Prilled Saturated Fatty Acids. J. Anim. Sci. 77:1930-1939. 22. Frajblat, M., and W. R. Butler. 2003. Effect of dietary fat prepartum on first ovulation and reproductive performance in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 86(Suppl. 1):119 (Abstr. 473). 23. Griinari, J. M., D. A Dwyer, M. A. McGuire, D. E. Bauman, D. L. Palmquist, and K. V. V. Nuremla. 1998. Trans-Octadecenoic Acids and Milk Fat Depression in Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 81:1251-1261. 24. Grum, D. E., J. K. Drackley, L. R. Hansen, and J. D. Cremin. 1996. Production, Digestion, and Hepatic Lipid Metabolism of Dairy Cows Fed Increased Energy from Fat or Concentrate. J. Dairy Sci. 79:1836-1849. 25. Grummer. R. R. 1988. Influence of prilled fat and calcium salt of palm oil fatty acids on ruminal fermentation and nutrient digestibility. J. Dairy Sci. 71:117-123. 26. Grummer. R. R., M. L. Hatfield, and M. R. Dentine. 1990. Acceptability of fat supplements in four dairy herds. J. Dairy Sci. 73:852-857. 27. Grummer, R. R., K. Slack, S. J. Bertics, L. L. Luck, an J. A. Barmore. 1996. Soybeans Versus Animal Sources of Rumen-Undegradable Protein and Fat for Early Lactation Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 79:1809-1816. 28. Harvatine, K. J. and M. S. Allen. 2005. The Effect of Production Level on Feed Intake, Milk Yield, and Endocrine Responses to Two Fatty Acid Supplements in Lactating Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 88:4018- 4027. 29. Harvatine, K. J. and M. S. Allen. 2006. Effects of Fatty Acid Supplements on Milk Yield and Energy Balance of Lactating Dairy Cattle. J. Dairy Sci 89:1081–1091. 30. Harvatine, K. J. and M. S. Allen. 2006. Effects of Supplements on Ruminal and Total Tract Nutrient Digestion in Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 89:1092-1103. 31. Harvatine, K. J. and M. S. Allen. 2006. Effects of Fatty Acid Supplements on Feed Intake, and Feeding and Chewing Behavior of Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 89:1104-1112. 32. Harvatine, K. J. and M. S. Allen. 2006. Fat Supplements Affect Fractional Rate of Ruminal Fatty Acid Biohydrogenation and Passage in Dairy Cows. J. Nutr. 136:677-685. 33. Huber, J. T., G. Higginbotham, R. A. Gomez-Alarcon, R. B. Taylor, K. H. Chen, S C. Chan, and Z. Wu. 1994. Heat Stress Interactions with Protein, Supplemental Fat, and Fungal Culture. J. Dairy Sci. 77:2080-2090. 34. Knapp, D. M. and R. R. Grummer. 1991. Response of Lactating Dairy Cows to Fat Supplementation During Heat Stress. J. Dairy Sci. 74:2573-2579 35. LaCount, D. W., J. K. Drackley, and D. J. Weigel. 1995. Responses of Dairy Cows During Early Lactation to Ruminal or Abomasal Administration of L-Carnitine. J. Dairy Sci. 78:1824-1836. 36. LaCount, D. W., L. S. Emmert, and J. K. Drackley. 1996. Dose Response of Dairy Cows to Abomasal Administration of Four Amounts of L-Carnitine. J. Dairy Sci. 79:591-602. 37. Leonard, M. and E. Block. 1997. Effects on Nutrient Profile of Long-Term Infusions of Glucose or Insulin Plus Glucose in Cows Treated with Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin Before Peak Milk
Yield. J. Dairy Sci. 80:127-143. 38. Loften, J. R. and S. G. Cornelius. 2004. Review: Responses of Supplementary Dry, Rumen-Inert Fat Sources in Lactating Dairy Cow Diets. The Prof. Anim. Scientist, 20:461-469. 39. Luchini, N. D., S. F. Lane, and D. K. Combs. 1993. Preweaning Intake and Postweaning Dietary Energy Effects on Intake and Metabolism of Calves Weaned at 26 Days of Age. J. Dairy Sci. 76:255-266. 40. Martin, G. S., G. E. Carstens, T. L. Taylor, C. R. Sweatt, A. G. Eli, D. K. Lunt, and S. B. Smith. 1997. Prepartum Protein Restriction Does Not Alter Norepinephrine-Induced Thermogenesis or Brown Adipose Tissue Function in Newborn Calves. J. Nutr. 127:1929-1937. 41. Moallem, U., M. Katz, H. Lehrer, L. Livshitz, and S. Yakoby. 2007. Role of Peripartum Dietary Propylene Glycol or Protected Fats on Metabolism and Early Postpartum Ovarian Follicles. J. Dairy Sci. 90:1243-1254. 42. Moallem, U., M. Katz, A. Arieli, and H. Lehrer. 2007. Effects of peripartum propylene glycol of fats differing in fatty acid profiles on feed intake, production, and plasma metabolites in dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90:3846-3856. 43. Palmquist, D. L. 1991. Influence of Source and Amount of Dietary Fat on Digestibility in Lactating Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 74:1354-1360. 44. Relling, A. E. and C. K. Reynolds. 2007. Feeding Rumen-Inert Fats Differing in Their Degree of Saturation Decreases Intake and Increases Plasma Concentrations of Gut Peptides in Lactating Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 90:1506-1515. 45. Santos, J. E. P., J. T. Huber, B. Theurer, L. G. Nussio, M. Tarazon, and F.A. P. Santos. 1999. Response of Lactating Dairy Cows to Steam-Flaked Sorghum, Steam-Flaked Corn, or Steam-Rolled Corn and Protein Sources of Differing Degradability. J. Dairy Sci. 82:728-737. 46. Schauff, D. J., and J. H. Clark. 1989. Effects of prilled fatty acids and calcium salts of fatty acids on rumen fermentation, nutrient digestibilities, milk production, and milk composition. J. Dairy Sci. 72:917-927. 47. Simas, J. M., J. T. Huber, C. B. Theurer, K. H. Chen, F. A. P. Santos, and Z. Wu. 1997. Influence of fat source and sorghum grain treatment on performance and digestibilities of high yielding dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 80:2907-2912. 48. Simas, J. M., J. T. Huber, C.B. Theurer, K. H. Chen, F. A. P. Santos, and Z. Wu. 1998. Influence of Sorghum Grain Processing on Performance and Nutrient Digestibilities in Dairy Cows Fed Varying Concentrations of Fat. J. Dairy Sci. 81:1966-1971. 49. Skarr, T. C., R. R. Grummer, M. R. Dentine, and R. H. Stauffacher. 1989. Seasonal effects of prepartum and postpartum fat and niacin feeding on lactation performance and lipid metabolism. J. Dairy Sci. 72:2028-2038. 50. Smith, T. R., A. R. Hippen, D.C. Beitz, and J. W. Young. 1997. Metabolic Characteristics of Induced Ketosis in Normal and Obese Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 80:1569-1581. 51. Smith, W. A., and B. Harris, Jr. 1992. The influence of forage type on the production response of lactating dairy cows supplemented with different types of dietary fat. Prof. Anim. Sci. 8:7-21. 52. Solorzano, L. C. and A. F. Kertz. 2005. Rumen Inert Fat Supplements Reviewed for Dairy Cows. Feedstuffs, 77:12-14 and 20, March 14. 53. Tarazon-Herrera, M., J. T. Huber, J. Santos, H. Mena, L. Nusso, and C. Nussio. 1999. Effects of Bovine Somatotropin an Evaporative Cooling Plus Shade on Lactation Performance of Cows During Summer Heat Stress. J. Dairy Sci. 82:2352-2357. 54. Wu, Z., J. T. Huber, S. C. Chan, J.M. Simas, K. H. Chen, J. O. Varela, F. Santos, C. Fontes, J., and P. Yu. 1994. Effect of Fat Source and Amount of Supplemental Fat on Lactation and Digestion in Cows. J. Dairy Sci. 77:1644-1651. 55. Wu, Z., J. T. Huber, F. T. Sleiman, J. M. Simas, K. H. Chen. S. C. Chan, and C. Fontes. 1993. Effect of Three Supplemental Fat Sources on Lactation and Digestion in Dairy Cows. J. Dairy Sci.
77:3562-3570. B. Power Freshen
1. McFadden, J. W., R. L. Wallace, and J. D. Drackley. 2006. Effects of postpartum drenching on
acute and chronic responses of blood metabolites in primiparous Holstein cows. J. Dairy Sci. 89:74 (Suppl 1, Abstr M211).
C. Excelerate, Milk Replacers, and Arrest 1. Ametaj, B. N., B. J. Nonnecke, S. T. Franklin, R. L. Horst, W. R. Bidlack, R. L. Stuart, and D. C. Beitz. 2000. Dietary Vitamin A Modulates the Concentration of RRR-a-tocopherol in Plasma Lipoproteins from Calves Fed Milk Replacers. J. Nutr. 130:629-636. 2. Bartlett, K. S., F. K. McKeith, M. J. VandeHaar, G. E. Dahl, and J. K. Drackley. 2006. Growth and Body Composition of Dairy Calves Fed Milk Replacers Containing Different Amounts of Protein at Two Feeding Rates. J. Anim. Sci. 84:1454-1467. 3. Blome, R. M., J. K. Drackley, F. K. McKeith, M. F. Hutjens, and G. C. McCoy. 2003. Growth, Nutrient Utilization, and Body Composition of Dairy Calves Fed Milk Replacers Containing Different Amounts of Protein. J. Anim. Sci. 81:1641-1655.
4. Brown, E. G., M. J. VandeHaar, K. M. Daniels, J. S. Liesman, L.T. Chapin, D. H. Keisler, and M. S. Weber-Nielsen. 2005. Effect of Increasing Energy and Protein Intake on Body Growth and Carcass Composition of Heifer Calves. J. Dairy Sci. 88:585-594. 5. Brown, E. G., M. J. VandeHaar, K. M. Daniels, J. S. Liesman, L. T. Chapin, J.W. Forrest, R. M. Akers, R. E. Pearson, and M.S. Weber Nielsen. 2005. Effect of Increasing Energy and Protein Intake on Mammary Development in Heifer Calves. J. Dairy Sci. 88:595-603. 6. Browntree, J. E.,G. M. Hill, D. R. Hawkins, J.E. Link, M. J. Rincker, G. W. Bednar, and R. A. Kreft, Jr. 2004. Effect of Se on Selenoprotein Activity and Thyroid Hormone Metabolism in Beef and Dairy Cows and Calves. J. Anim. Sci. 82:2995-3005. 7. Diaz, M. C., M. E. Van Amburgh, J. M. Smith, J. M. Kelsey, and E. L. Hutten. 2001.
Composition of Growth of Holstein Calves Fed Milk Replacer from Birth to 105-Kilogram Body Weight. J. Dairy Sci. 84:830-842.
8. Eicher, S. D., J. L. Morrill, and F. Blecha. 1994. Vitamin Concentration and Function of
Leukocytes from Dairy Calves Supplemented with Vitamin A, Vitamin E, and B-Carotene In Vitro. J. Dairy Sci. 77:560-565.
9. Eicher, S.D., J. L. Morrill, F. Blechap, C. O. Chitko-McKown, N. V. Anderson, and J. J.
Higgins. 1994. Leukocyte Functions of Young Dairy Calves Fed Milk Replacers Supplemented with Vitamins A and E. J. Dairy Sci. 77:1399-1407.
10. Eicher-Pruie, S. D., J.L. Morrill, F. Blecha, J. J. Higgins, N. V. Anderson, and P. G. Reddy.
1992. Neutrophil and Lymphocyte Response to Supplementation with Vitamin C and E in Young Calves. J. Dairy Sci. 75:1635-1642.
11. Garthwaite, B.D., J. K. Drackley, G.C. McCoy, and E. H. Jaster. 1994. Whole Milk and Oral Rehydration Solution for Calves with Diarrhea of Spontaneous Origin. J. Dairy Sci. 77:835-843. 12. Hammell, D. C., S. T. Franklin, and B. J. Nonnecke. 2000. Use of the Relative Dose Response
(RDR) Assay to Determine Vitamin A Status of Calves at Birth and Four Week of Age. J. Dairy Sci. 83:1256-1263.
13. Hammon, H. M., C. Philipona, Y. Zbinden, J. W. Blum, and S.S. Donkin. 2005. Effects of
Dexamethasone and Growth Hormone Treatment on Hepatic Gluconeogenic Enzymes in Calves. J. Dairy Sci 88:2107-2116.
14. Jaster, E. H., G. C. McCoy, T. Tomkins, and C. L. Davis. 1990. Feeding Acidified or Sweet
Milk Replacer to Dairy Calves. J. Dairy Sci. 73:3563-3566.
15. Jaster, E. H., G. C. McCoy, N. Spanski, and T. Tomkins. 1992. Effect of Extra Energy as Fat or Milk Replacer Solids in Diets of Young Dairy Calves on Growth During Cold Weather. J. Dairy Sci. 75:2524-2431. 16. Kuehn, C. S., D. E. Otterby, J. O. Linn, W. O. Olson, H. Chester-Jones, G. D. Marx, and J. A.
Barmore. 1994. The Effect of Dietary Energy Concentration on Calf Performance. J. Dairy Sci. 77:2621-2629.
17. Morin, D. E., G. C. McCoy, and W. L. Hurley. 1997. Effects of Quality, Quantity, and Timing
of Colostrum Feeding and Addition of a Dried Colostrum Supplement on Immunoglobulin G1 Absorption in Holstein Bull Calves. J. Dairy Sci.80:747-753.
18. Nestor, K. E., JR, and H. R. Conrad. 1990. Metabolism of Vitamin K and Influence of
Prothrombin Time in Milk-Fed Preruminant Calves. J. Dairy Sci. 73:3291-3296.
19. Nonnecke, B.J., R. L. Horst, W. R. Waters, P. Dubeski, and J. A. Harp. 1999. Modulation of
Fat-Soluble Vitamin Concentrations and Blood Mononuclear Leukocyte Populations in Milk Replacer-Fed Calves by Dietary Vitamin A and B-Carotene. J. Dairy Sci. 82:2632-2641.
20. Nonnecke, B. J., M. P. Roberts, J.D. Godkin, R. L. Horst, D.C. Hammell, and S.T. Franklin.
2001. Influence of Supplemental, Dietary Vitamin A on Retinol-Binding Protein Concentrations in the Plasma of Preruminant Calves. J. Dairy Sci. 84:641-648.
21. Nonnecke, B. J., M. R. Foote, J. M. Smith, B. A. Pesch, and M. E. Van Amburgh. 2003.
Composition and Functional Capacity of Blood Mononuclear Leukocyte Populations from Neonatal Calves on Standard And Intensified Milk Replacer Diets. J. Dairy Sci. 86:3592-3604.
22. Rajaraman, V., B. J. Nonnecke, S. T. Franklin, D.C. Hammell, And R. L. Horst. 1998. Effect of
Vitamins A and E on Nitric Oxide Production by Blood Mononuclear Leukocytes from Neonatal Calves Fed Milk Replacers. J. Dairy Sci. 81:3278-3291.
23. Sahlu, T., H. Carneiro, H. M. El Shaer, and J.M. Fernandez. 1992. Production Performance and Physiological Response of Angora Goat Kids Fed Acidified Milk Replacer. J. Dairy Sci. 75:1643-1650. 24. Smith, J. M., M. E. Van Amburgh, M. C. Diaz, M. C. Lucy, and D. E. Bauman. 2002. Effect of
Nutrient Intake on the Development of the Somatotropic Axis and its Responsiveness to GH in Holstein Bull Calves. J. Anim. Sci. 80:1528-1537.
25. Tikofsky, J. N., M. E. Van Amburgh, and D. A. Ross. 2001. Effect of Varying Carbohydrate and Fat Content of Milk Replacer on Body Composition of Holstein Bull Calves. J. Anim. Sci. 79:226-22267.
D. RuMin8 1. Martin, S. A., H. M. Sullivan, and J. D. Evans. 2000. Effects of Sugars and Malate on Ruminal Microorganisms. J. Dairy Sci. 83:2574-2579. 2. Vicini, J. L., H. G. Bateman, M.K. Bhat, J. H. Clark, R.A Erdman, H. Phipps, M. E. Van Amburgh, G.F. Hartnell, R. L. Hintz, and D. L. Hard. 2003. Effect of Feeding Supplemental Fibrolytic Enzymes of Soluble Sugars with Malic Acid on Milk Production. J. Dairy Sci. 86:576- 585. E. Pigs
1. Camp, L. K., L. L. Southern, and T. D. Bidner. 2003. Effect of Carbohydrate Source on Growth Performance, Carcass Traits, and Meat Quality of Growing-Finishing Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 81:2488-2195.
2. Correa-Matos, N. J., S. M. Donovan, R. E. Isaacson, H. R. Gaskins, B. A. White, and K. A.
Tappenden. 2003. Fermentable Fiber Reduces Recovery Time and Improves Intestinal Function in Piglets Following Salmonella typhimurium Infection. J. Nutr. 133:1845-1852.
3. Dean, D. W., L. L. Southern, B.J. Kerr, and T. D. Bidner. 2005. Isoleucine Requirement of 80-
to 120-Kilogram Barrows Fed Corn-Soybean Meal or Corn-Blood Cell Diets. J. Anim. Sci. 83:2543-2553.
4. Ebert, A. R., A. S. Berman, R. J. Harrell, A. M. Kessler, S. G. Cornelius and J. Odle. 2005.
Vegetable Proteins Enhance the Growth of Milk-Fed Piglets, Despite Lower Apparent Ileal Digestibility. J. Nutr. 135:2137-2143.
5. Frank, J. W., J. Escobar, A. Suryawan, S. R. Kimball, H. V. Nguyen, L. S. Jefferson, and T. A.
Davis. 2005. Protein Synthesis and Translation Initiation Factor Activation in Neonatal Pigs Fed Increasing Levels of Dietary Protein. J. Nutr. 135:1374-1381.
6. Gomez, G. G., O. Phillips, and R. A. Goforth. 1998. Hematological and Immunological
Variables in Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 76:1-7.
7. Grant, A. L., J. W. Thomas, K. J. Kin, and J. S. Liesman. 1990. Effects of Dietary Amines on
Small Intestinal Variables in Neonatal Pigs Fed Soy Protein Isolate. J. Anim. Sci. 68:363-371.
8. Guzik, A. C., L. L. Southern, T. D. Bidner, and B. J. Kerr. 2002. The Tryptophan Requirement
of Nursery Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 80:2646-2655.
9. Guzik, A. C., J. L. Shelton, L. L. Southern, B. J. Kerr, and T. D. Bidner. 2005. The Tryptophan
Requirement of Growing and Finishing Barrows. J. Anim. Sci. 83:1303-1311.
10. Kim, J. H., K. N. Heo, J. Odle, I. K. Han, and R .J. Harrell. 2001. Liquid Diets Accelerate the
Growth of Early-Weaned Pigs and the Effects are Maintained to Market Weights. J. Anim. Sci. 79:427-434.
11. Kim, S. W., R. L. McPherson, and G. Wu. 2004. Dietary Arginine Supplementation Enhances
the Growth of Milk-Fed Young Pigs. J. Nutr. 134:625-630.
12. LeMieux, F. M., L. L. Southern, and T. D. Bidner. 2003. Effect of Mannan Oligosaccharides on
Growth Performance of Weanling Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 81:2482-2487.
13. Mathews, S. A., W. T. Oliver, O. T. Philips, J. Odle, D. A. Diersen-Schade, and R. J. Harrell.
2002. Comparison of Triglycerides and Phospholipids as Supplemental Sources of Dietary Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids in Piglets. J. Nutr. 132:3081-3089.
14. Matthews, J. O., L. L. Southern, and T. D. Bidner. 2001. Estimation of the Total Sulfur Amino
Acid Requirement and the Effect of Betaine in Diets Deficient in Total Sulfur Amino Acids for the Weanling Pig. J. Anim. Sci. 79:1557-1565.
15. Matthews, J. O., A. D. Higbie, L. L. Southern, D. F. Combs, T. D. Bidner, and R. L. Odgaard.
2003. Effect of Chromium Propionate and Metabolizable Energy on Growth, Carcass Traits, and Pork Quality of Growing-Finishing Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 81:191-196.
16. Niinikoski, H., B. Stoll, X. Guan, K. Kansagra, B. D. Lambert, J. Stephens, B. Hartmann, J. J.
Holst, and D. G. Burrin. 2004. Onset of Small Intestinal Atrophy Is Associated with Reduced Intestinal Blood Flow in TPN-Fed Neonatal Piglets. J. Nutr. 134:1467-1474.
17. Oliver, W. T., S. A. Mathews, O. Phillips, E. E. Jones, J. Odle, and R. J. Harrell. 2002. Efficacy
of Partially Hydrolyzed Corn Syrup Solids as a Replacement for Lactose in Manufactured Liquid Diets for Neonatal Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 80:143-153.
18. Oliver, W. T., K. J. Touchette, J. A. Coalson, C. S. Whisnant, J. A. Brown, S. A. Mathews
Oliver, J. Odle, and R. J. Harrell. 2005. Pigs Weaned From the Sow at 10 Days of Age Respond to Dietary Energy Source of Manufactured Liquid Diets and Exogenous Somatotropin. J. Anim. Sci. 83:1002-1009.
19. Payne, R. L., T. D. Bidner, L. L. Southern, and J. P. Geaghan. 2001. Effects of Dietary Soy
Isoflavones on Growth, Carcass Traits, and Meat Quality in Growing-Finishing Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 79:1230-1239.
20. Payne, R. L., R. D. Lirette, T. D. Bidner, and L. L. Southern. 2004. Effects of a Novel
Carbohydrate and Protein Source on Sow Performance During Lactation. J. Anim. Sci. 82:2392-2396.
21. Payne, R. L., T. D. Bidner, T. M. Fakler, and L. L. Southern. 2006. Growth and Intestinal
Morphology of Pigs from Sows Fed Two Zinc Sources during Gestation and Lactation. J. Anim. Sci. 84:2141-2149.
22. Remillard, R. L., F. Guerino, D. L. Dudgeon, and J. H. Yardley. 1998. Intravenous Glutamine
or Limited Enteral Feedings in Piglets: Amelioration of Small Intestinal Disuse Atrophy. J. Nutr. 128:2723S-2726S.
23. Remillard, R. L., D. L. Dudgeon, and J. H. Yardley. 1998. Atrophied Small Intestinal
Responses of Piglets to Oral Feeding of Milk. J. Nutr. 128:2727S-2729S.
24. Shelton, J. L., R. L. Payne, S. L. Johnston, T. D. Bidner, L. L. Southern, R. L. Odgaard, and T.
G. Page. 2003. Effect of Chromium Propionate on Growth, Carcass Traits, Pork Quality, and Plasma Metabolites in Growing-Finishing Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 81:2515-2524.
25. Shelton, J. L., F. M. LeMieux, L. L. Southern, and T. D. Bidner. 2005. Effect of Microbial
Phytase Addition With or Without the Trace Mineral Premix in Nursery, Growing, and Finishing Pig Diets. J. Anim. Sci. 83:376-385.
26. Southern, L. L., F. M. LeMieux, J. O. Matthews, T. D. Bidner, and T. A. Knowles. 2000. Effect
of Feather Meal as a Source of Valine for Lactating Sows. J. Anim. Sci. 78:120-123.
27. Stahl, C., K. R. Roneker, J. R. Thornton, and X. G. Lei. 2000. A New Phytase Expressed in
Yeast Effectively Improves the Bioavailability of Phytase Phosphorus to Weanling Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 78:668-674.
28. Vega, Y. M., A. A. Paoechal, and R. K. Buddington. 1992. Intestinal Amino Acid and
Monosaccharide Transport in Suckling Pigs Fed Milk Replacers with Different Sources of Carbohydrate. J. Nutr. 122:2430-2439.
29. Wang, H., V. I. Khaoustov, B. Krishman, W. Cai, D. G. Burrin, and B. Yoffer. 2006. Total
Parenteral Nutrition Induces Liver Steatosis and Apoptosis in Neonatal Piglets. J. Nutr. 136:2547-2552.
30. Williams, S. B., L. L. Southern, and T. D. Bidner. 2005. Effects of Supplemental Dietary
Phytase and Pharmacological Concentrations of Zinc on Growth Performance and Tissue Zinc Concentrations of Weanling Pigs. J. Anim. Sci. 83:386-392.
31. Zhang, H., C. Malo, C. R. Boyle, and R. K. Buddington. 1998. Diet Influences Development of
the Pig (Sus scrofa) Intestine during the First 6 hours after Birth. J. Nutr. 128:1302-1310.
32. Zijlstra, R. T., K-Y. Whang, R. A. Easter, and J. Odle. 1996. Effect of Feeding a Milk Replacer
to Early-Weaned Pigs on Growth, Body Composition, and Small Intestinal Morphology, Compared with Suckled Littermates. J. Anim. Sci. 74:2948-2959.
SUSCT NEWSLETTER 26 CERTAIN footballing moments remain seared into your memory banks for ever. Standing right behind Benjy’s promotion-clinching left-foot curler at Gigg Lane, Bury back in May 1991 and the detonation of unrestrained Blue Army joy that followed will always be one for me. And now there is a somewhat less noteworthy addition to the ranks – Martin Carruthers’ nightmare m
188957-2 Front 12.25" x 8.75" Fold 1.25" x 1.25" Prints Black 12/22/11 Size Sml 7pt Lrg 8pt Helv cond and Bold Doxycycline Hyclate Tablets, USP Hepatic Insufficiency: Doxycycline pharmacokinetics have not been evaluated in patients with hepatic insufficiency. Drug Interactions: (See PRECAUTIONS section) To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and mainta