1998 Faculty Research Publications
1998 Faculty Research Publications
Books & Chapters
Harmon, R.J. Trace minerals and dairy cattle: Importance for udder health. pp. 285-495. IN: T.P. Lyons and K.A. Jacques, eds. Biotechnology in the Feed Industry. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Hemken, R.W., R.J. Harmon, and S. Trammell. Selenium for dairy cattle: A role for organic selenium. pp. 497-503. IN: T.P. Lyons and K.A. Jacques, eds. Biotechnology in the Feed Industry. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Howes, D., J.M. Tricarico, K.A. Dawson, and P. Karnezos. Fibrozyme, the first protected enzyme for ruminants: Improving fiber digestion and animal performance. IN: Biotechnology in the Feed Industry. Alltech Inc., Lexington, Ky.
Lindemann, M.D. Organic chromium—an exciting beginning, a promising future. pp. 217-228. IN: T.P. Lyons and K.A. Jacques, eds. Proceedings, Alltech’s 14th Annual Symposium. Nottingham University Press, Loughborough, United Kingdom.
Pluske, J.R., and M.D. Lindemann. Maximizing the response in pig and poultry diets containing vegetable proteins by enzyme supplementation. pp. 375-392. IN: T.P. Lyons and K.A. Jacques, eds. Proceedings, Alltech’s 14th Annual Symposium, Nottingham University Press.
Webb, K.E., and J.C. Matthews. Peptide absorption and its significance in ruminant protein metabolism. pp. 1-10. IN: G. Grimbel and C. Blackwell, eds. Peptides in Mammalian Protein Metabolism: Tissue Utilization and Clinical Targeting. Portland Press Ltd., London.
Xiong, Y.L., G. Liu, S. Xiong, and J.K. Parkington. Functionality of oxidatively modified food proteins. Chapter 5, pp. 36-55. IN: Z.L. Pan, ed. New Food Processing Technology. National Taiwan Ocean University, Keelung, Taiwan, Republic of China.
Boatright, W.L., A.D. Crum, and Q. Lei. Effect of pro-oxidants on the occurrence of 2-pentyl pyridine soy protein isolate. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, 75:1379-1383.
Boatright, W.L., J. St. Pyrek, J. Song, and A.D. Crum. Identification of trans-3,5-dimethoxystilbene in commercial soy protein isolates. Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, 75:1651-1655.
Bohnert, D.W., B.T. Larson, M.L. Bauer, A.F. Branco, D.L. Harmon, K.R. McLeod, and G.E. Mitchell Jr. Nutritional evaluation of poultry by-product meal as a protein source for ruminants: Effects on performance and nutrient flow and disappearance in steers. Journal of Animal Science, 76:2474-2484.
Burns, P.D., S.H. Hayes, and W.J. Silvia. Mechanisms by which oxytocin stimulates uterine synthesis of prostaglandin F2 in the bovine endometrium; role of calcium. Domestic Animal Endocrinology, 15:477-487.
Carter, S.D., and G.L. Cromwell. Influence of porcine somatotropin on the phosphorus requirements of finishing pigs. I. Performance and bone characteristics. Journal of Animal Science, 76:584-595.
Carter, S.D., and G.L. Cromwell. Influence of porcine somatotropin on the phosphorus requirements of finishing pigs. II. Carcass characteristics, tissue accretion rates, and chemical composition of the ham. Journal of Animal Science, 76:596-605.
Cheung, T.K., L.K. Warren, L.M. Lawrence, and K.N. Thompson. Electromyographic activity of the long digital extensor muscle in the exercising Thoroughbred horse. Equine Veterinary Journal, 30:251-255.
Cromwell, G.L., M.D. Lindemann, H.J. Monegue, D.D. Hall, and D.E. Orr Jr. Tribasic copper chloride and copper sulfate as copper sources for weanling pigs. Journal of Animal Science, 76:118-123.
Erbeznik, M., K.A. Dawson, and H.J. Strobel. Cloning and characterization of transcription of the xylAB operon in Thermoanaerobacter ethanolicus. Journal of Bacteriology, 180:1103-1109.
Erbeznik, M., H.J. Strobel, K.A. Dawson, and C.R. Jones. The D-xylose-binding protein, XylF, from Thermoanaerobacter ethanolicus 39E: Cloning, molecular analysis, and expression of the structural gene. Journal of Bacteriology, 180:3570-3577.
Erbeznik, M., M. Ray, K.A. Dawson, and H.J. Strobel. Xylose transport by the anaerobic thermophile Thermoanaerobacter ethanolicusand the characterization of a D-xylose binding protein. CurrentMicrobiology, 37:295-300.
Ferguson, N.S., R.S. Gates, J.L. Taraba, A.H. Cantor, A.J. Pescatore, M.L. Straw, M.J. Ford, and D.J. Burnham. The effect of dietary crude protein on growth, ammonia concentration, and litter composition in broilers. Poultry Science, 77:1481-1487.
Ferguson, N.S., R.S. Gates, J.L. Taraba, A.H. Cantor, A.J. Pescatore, M.L. Straw, M.J. Ford, and D.J. Burnham. The effect of dietaryprotein and phosphorus on ammonia concentration and litter composition in broilers. Poultry Science, 77:1085-1093.
Graf, G.A., P.D. Burns, and W.J. Silvia. Oxytoxin and aluminum fluoride-induced phospholipase C activity and prostaglandin secretionduring the ovine luteolytic period. Journal of Reproductive Fertil during the ovine luteolytic period. Journal of Reproductive Fertility, 112:225-231.
Hicks, C.L., M.M. Morales, and E. Russell-Campbell. Use of agglutination-sensitive bulk starters in the manufacture of stirred curd cheese. Journal of Dairy Science, 81:621-630.
Imwalle, D.B., D.J. Patterson, and K.K. Schillo. Effects of melengestrol acetate on onset of puberty, follicular growth and patterns of luteinizing hormone secretion in beef heifers. Biology of Reproduction, 58:1432-1436.
Mahan, D.C., G.L. Cromwell, R.C. Ewan, C.R. Hamilton, and J.T. Yen. Evaluation of the feeding duration of a phase I nursery diet to three-week-old pigs of two weaning weights. Journal of Animal Science, 76:578-583.
Matthews, J.C., M.J. Beveridge, M.S. Malandro, J.D. Rothstein, M. Campbell-Thompson, J.E. Verlander, M.S. Kilberg, and D.A. Novak. Activity and protein localization of multiple glutamate transporters in gestation day 14 versus day 20 rat placenta. American Journal of Physiology, 274 (Cell Physiology 43):C603-614.
Matthews, J.C., M.J. Beveridge, M.S. Malandro, M.S. Kilberg, and D.A. Novak. Response of placental amino acid transport to gestational age and intrauterine growth retardation. Proceedings, Nutritional Society, 57:257-263.
Mei, L., G.L. Cromwell, A.D. Crum, and E.A. Decker. Influence of dietary ß-alanine and histidine on the oxidative stability of pork. Meat Science, 49:55-64.
Schillo, Keith K. Toward a pluralistic animal science: Postliberal feminist perspectives. Journal of Animal Science, 76:2763-2770.
Subramanian, Srinivasan, Youling L. Xiong, P. Blanchard, and William G. Moody. Proximate mineral and fatty acid composition of skeletal and cardiac muscle from grass and grain fed zeranol-im-planted cattle. Journal of Food Chemistry, 63:543-547.
Srinivasan, S., Y.L. Xiong, S.P. Blanchard, and J.H. Tidwell. Effects of freezing and thawing methods and storage time on physiochemical properties of fresh water prawns (Macrobrachium rosenbergii). Journal of Aquatic Food Product Technology, 7(2):47-68.
Vanderwall, D.K., W.J. Silvia, and B.P. Fitzgerald. Concentrations of oxytocin in the intercavernous sinus of mares during luteolysis: Temporal relationship with concentrations of 13,14-dihydro-15-keto-pros-taglandin F2. Journal of Reproductive Fertility, 112:337-346.
Wang, B., and Y.L. Xiong. Functional stability of antioxidant-washed, cryoprotectant-treated beef heart surimi during frozen storage. Journal of Food Science, 63:293-298.
Wang, B., and Y.L. Xiong. Evidence of proteolytic activity and its effect on gelation of myofibrillar protein concentrate from bovine cardiac muscle. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 46:3054-3059.
Warren, L.K., L.M. Lawrence, A.L. Parker, T. Barnes, and A.S. Griffin. The effect of weaning age on foal growth and radiographic density. Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 18:335.
Other Research Publications
Cromwell, Gary L. Nutrition and environmental issues. pp. 27-46. Workshop No. 8, New Horizons in Nutrition. American Association of Swine Practitioners, Des Moines, Iowa.
Cromwell, Gary L. New nutrient requirements for swine to be unveiled. Kentucky Pork Producers News, March/April, 4.
Cromwell, Gary L. New designer genes in corn. Kentucky Pork Producers News, July/August, 4.
Cromwell, Gary L. Benefits of high oil corn for swine. Kentucky Pork Producers News, September/October, 4.
Cromwell, Gary L. 1998 NRC nutrient requirements of swine. MoorMan’s Hog Feed Facts. MoorMan’s Inc., Quincy, Ill.
Cromwell, Gary L. Swine manure odors: Will diet modification help? Kentucky Pork Producers News, November/December, 4.
Cromwell, Gary L. Weanling barrows and gilts grow at different rates. Kentucky Pork Producers News, January/February, 4.
Cromwell, Gary L. 1998 Nutrient requirements of swine released by NRC. Kentucky Pork Producers News, May/June, 4.
Cromwell, Gary L. Predicting nutrient requirements of swine: The National Research Council’s swine model. pp. 34-41. Proceedings, 2nd Comparative Nutrition Society Symposium, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
Cromwell, Gary L. Precision feeding to economically reduce excreted nutrients and odor. Proceedings, International Symposium on Animal Production Systems and the Environment, Des Moines, Iowa.
Cromwell, Gary L. Nutritional practices that reduce nutrient excretion and odors in swine manure. Proceedings, Alternative Animal Byproduct Utilization Workshop, Natural Resources Conservation Services, Chattanooga, Tenn.
Cromwell, Gary L. Nutrient requirements of swine—a new approach. pp. 213-226. Proceedings, XIV Curso de Especializacion Avences en Nutricion y Alimentacion Animal, Barcelona, Spain.
Cromwell, Gary L. Overview of the 1998 NRC nutrient requirements of swine. pp. 23-41. Proceedings, Carolina Swine Nutrition Conference, Raleigh, N.C.
Harmon, R.J. Somatic cell counts: Myths versus reality. pp. 40-50. Proceedings, National Mastitis Council Regional Meeting, Madison, Wisc.
Harmon, R.J. Nutritional impact of copper on mastitis. pp. 171-183. Proceedings, 33rd Annual Meeting Pacific Northwest Animal Nutritional Conference, Vancouver, B.C., Canada.
Harmon, R.J. Factors that affect somatic cell counts. pp. 7-15. Proceedings, First International Symposium on Milk Quality. (Portuguese). Federal University of Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
Harmon, R.J. Economics of bovine mastitis. pp. 36-39. Proceedings, First International Symposium on Milk Quality. (Portuguese). Federal University of Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil.
Lindemann, M.D. Feeding value of dried porcine solubles (an intestinal hydrolysate) for nursery pigs. Italian Feed Conference. Milan, Italy.
Lindemann, M.D. Latest swine nutrition considerations in the U.S. American Soybean Association.
Lindemann, M.D. Use of chromium tripicolinate to improve sow productivity under commercial conditions. 1998 Prince 18th Annual Feed Ingredient Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.
Lindemann, M.D. Current applications—future possibilities. 1998 Prince 18th Annual Feed Ingredient Conference, Des Moines, Iowa.
Lindemann, M.D. The impact of enzymes in growing-finishing diets for pigs: The possibilities of minimizing nitrogen waste with a new enzyme for soya protein. Eastern Canadian Nutrition Conference, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
Lindemann, M.D. Chromium and swine nutrition. Chromium Information Bureau. International Symposium on the Health Effects of Dietary Chromium, Boston, Mass.