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Biosecurity for today's swine operation (2001)
(University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 2001)
Disease control is one of the most challenging areas for producers and veterinarians in swine production. Biosecurity is often perceived as keeping diseases out of a swine herd. However, excluding disease from a herd is ...
Cover crop effects on corn plant water uptake and soil health
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2019)
pore distributional characteristics of the surface soil layer. The study was conducted at Bradford Research Center, University of Missouri, Columbia and the Chariton County, Cover Crop Soil Health Research and Demonstration Farm (CCSH), Missouri in 2016...
Modeling of delayed fluorescence from photosystem II and applications in assessment of drought and chemical stresses
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
Photosynthesis is not only vital for plant growth and survival but also indicative of plant-environment interactions. This research was designed to analyze photoelectron kinetics and its dependence on environmental factors. ...
Woody species and forest structure in northern Missouri riparian forests with different ages and watershed sites
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
A chronosequence (1 to 250+ years) of 160 woody species plots was established throughout northern Missouri riparian forests to explain the influence of site hydrology and stand age on species distribution and forest structure. Stand age was found...