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    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LI, Effect of constant environmental temperatures of 50 degrees and 80 degrees F on ovarian activity of Braham [Brahman], Santa Gertrudis, and Shorthorn calves with a note on physical activity
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LII, Effects on constant environmental temperatures of 50 degrees and 80 degrees F on the growth responses of Holstein, Brown Swiss, and Jersey calves
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LIII, Temperature effects on thyroid I[superscript 131] release rate of dairy calves
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LIV, The effect of long exposure of environmental temperatures of 50 degrees and 80 degrees F on glutathione, BEI[superscript 131], and growth rate of dairy calves
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LIX, The effects of constant environmental temperatures 50 degrees or 80 degrees F. on the feed and water consumption of Holstein, Brown Swiss and Jersey calves
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LV, Energy metabolism and related thermoregulatory reactions in Brown Swiss, Holstein, and Jersey calves during growth at 50 degrees and 80 degrees F temperatures
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LVI, Stable heat and moisture dissipation with dairy calves at temperatures of 50 degrees and 80 degrees F
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LVII, Surface area determinations of beef and dairy calves during growth at 50 degrees and 80 degrees F environmental temperatures
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LVIII, Metabolic reactions during thermal stress (35 degrees to 95 degrees F.) in dairy animals acclimated at 50 degrees and 80 degrees F.
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LX, Vaporization rates in Brown Swiss, Holstein, and Jersey calves during growth at constant 50 degrees and 80 degrees temperatures
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXI, Energy metabolism and related thermoregulatory reactions to thermal stress in 50 degrees and 80 degrees acclimated dairy heifers
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXII, Effect of various temperature-humidity combinations on milk production of Holstein cattle
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXIII, Effect of humidity on total room heat and vapor dissipation of Holstein cows at 65, 80 and 90 degrees F
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXIV, Physical factors affecting thermal insulation of livestock hair coats
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXIX, Acclimation of Holstein cattle to 84 degrees F (29 degrees C) temperature : changes in heat producing and heat dissipating functions
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXV, Influence of radiant heat sink on thermally-induced stress in dairy cattle
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXVI, Temperature-humidity effects including influence of acclimation in feed and water consumption of Holstein cattle
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXVII, Thermal effects of various temperature-humidity combinations on Holstein cattle as measured by eight physiological responses
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXVIII, Age and temperature effects on TDN, water consumption and balance of dairy calves and heifers exposed to environmental temperatures of 35 degrees to 95 degrees F
    Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. LXX, Temperature and controlled feeding effects on lactation and related physiological reactions of cattle