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    Effects of a commercial feed additive on production losses during acute heat stress conditions in mid-lactation Holstein dairy cows [1]
    Effects of aflatoxin B₁ (AFB₁) on hepatic gene expression in pigs and turkeys [1]
    Effects of heat stress and fescue toxicosis on the immune system and other physiological parameters [1]
    The Effects of Leptin on Placental Development and Function, and Offspring Behavior in Mice [1]
    Effects of reduced protein and diet complexity on performance and cost of nursery pigs [1]
    The effects of reduced protein diets using the Missouri ideal turkey protein on male turkeys from 0 to 21 weeks of age [1]
    Effects of supplementation of dietary antioxidants and chelated trace minerals in periparturient dairy cows and subsequent response to intramammary bacterial challenge [1]
    Effects of the use of assisted reproduction and high caloric diet consumption on body weight and cardiovascular health of juvenile mouse offspring [1]
    Essential oil effects on rumen fermentation, animal performance, and meat quality of beef steers [1]
    Feedlot cattle response to rumen undegradable protein and diet fiber level of high concentrate diets [1]
    GGTA-1 targeting efficiency with a xenograft transgene [1]
    Identification of California Condor (Gymnogyps californianus) Estrogen Receptors 1 and 2 and their Activation by Suspected Environmental Contaminants [1]
    Improvement in stored forage utilization during feeding [1]
    Improving fiber by-product utilization in high concentrate diets [1]
    Large offspring syndrome, a bovine model for the human loss-of-imprinting overgrowth syndrome Beckwith-Wiedemann [1]
    Modeling EAA requirement and developing low fishmeal diet for yellow perch [1]
    Overcoming endometriosis-associated preimplantation embryo developmental anomalies by culture [1]
    Quality characteristics of ground round formulated with three fat sources [1]
    The role of postruminal amino acid supply and mitochondria function on residual feed intake [1]
    Structural variation at the KIT locus is responsible for the piebald phenotype in Hereford and Simmental cattle [1]