1999 Faculty Research Publications
1999 Faculty Research Publications
Books & Chapters
Cantor, A.H., E.A. Decker, and V.P. Collins. Fatty acids in poultry and egg products. pp. 125-151. IN: C.K. Chow, ed. Fatty Acids in Foods and Their Health Implications. 2nd ed. Marcel Dekker Inc., New York .
Cantor, A.H., M.L. Straw, M.J. Ford, A.J. Pescatore, and M.K. Dunlap. Effect of feeding organic selenium in diets of laying hens on egg selenium content. pp. 473-476. IN: J.S. Sim, S. Nakai , and W. Guenter , eds. Egg Nutrition and Biotechnology. CAB International, Wallingford , United Kingdom .
Dawson , K.A., and J.M. Tricarico. The use of exogenous fibrolytic enzymes to enhance microbial activities in the rumen and the performance of ruminant animals. pp. 303-312. IN: K. Jacques and T.P. Lyons, eds. Proceedings, 15th Annual Symposium on Biotechnology in the Feed Industry. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham , United Kingdom .
Hogan, J.S., R.N. Gonzalez, R.J. Harmon, S.C. Nickerson, S.P. Oliver, J.W. Pankey, and K.L. Smith. Laboratory Handbook on Bovine Mastitis. National Mastitis Council, Madison , Wis. 222 pp.
Kilberg, M.S., and J.C. Matthews. Amino acid transporters. IN: Embryonic Encyclopedia of Life Sciences. Nature Publishing Group, London .
Silvia, W.J. Eicosanoids. pp. 991-1001. IN: E. Knobil and J. Neill, eds. Encyclopedia of Reproduction. Volume I. Academic Press Inc., New York .
Wang, B., and Y.L. Xiong. The role of endogenous proteases in gel weakening of beef heart surimi. Chapter 27, pp. 407-420. IN:
Y.L. Xiong, C.-T. Ho, and F. Shahidi, eds. Quality Attributes of Muscle Foods. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York .
Xiong, Y.L., C.-T. Ho, and F. Shahidi, eds. Quality Attributes of Muscle Foods. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York . 433 pp.
Xiong, Y.L. Meat Processing. Chapter 2, pp. 89-145. IN: S. Nakai and H.W. Modler, eds. Food Proteins: Processing Applications. VCH, New York .
Xiong, Y.L., F.-Q. Yang, and X.Q. Lou. Chinese meat products. Chapter 7, pp. 201-231. IN: C.Y.W. Ang, K. Liu, and Y.W. Huang, eds., Asian Foods and Beverages. Technomic Publishing Co., Lancaster , Penn.
Xiong, Y.L., C.-T. Ho, and F. Shahidi. Quality characteristics of muscle foods: An overview. Chapter 1, pp. 1-10. IN: Xiong, Y.L., C.-T. Ho, and F. Shahidi, eds. Quality Attributes of Muscle Foods. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.
Xiong, Y.L. Phosphate-mediated water uptake, swelling, and functionality of the myofibril architecture. Chapter 22, pp. 319-334. IN: Y.L. Xiong, C.-T. Ho, and F. Shahidi, eds. Quality Attributes of Muscle Foods. Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York.
Boatright, W.L., and Q. Lei. Compounds contributing to the “beany” odor of aqueous solutions of soy protein isolates. Journal of Food Science 64:667-670.
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: Small intestinal amino acid flow and disappearance in steers. Journal of Animal Science 77:1000-1007.
Bohnert, D.W., B.T. Larson, S.J. Lewis, C.J. Richards, K.C. Swanson, D.L. Harmon, and G.E. Mitchell Jr. Net nutrient flux by visceral tissues of lambs fed diets differing in supplemental nitrogen source. Journal of Animal Science 77:2545-2553.
Branco, A.F., D.L. Harmon, D.W. Bohnert, B.T. Larson, and M.L. Bauer. Estimating true digestibility of carbohydrate in the small intestine of steers. Journal of Animal Science 77:1889-1895.
Carter, S.D., G.L. Cromwell, G. Colombo, and P. Fanti. Effects of porcine somatotropin on calcium and phosphorus balance and markers of bone metabolism in finishing pigs. Journal of Animal Science 77:2163-2171.
Cromwell, G.L. A review of the new NRC publication: Nutrient requirements of swine. Pig News and Information 20(3):69N-76N.
Cromwell G.L., C.C. Calvert, T.R. Cline, J.D. Crenshaw, T.D. Crenshaw, R.A. Easter, R.C. Ewan, C.R. Hamilton, G.M. Hill, A.J. Lewis, D.C. Mahan, E.R. Miller, J.L. Nelssen, J.E. Pettigrew, L.F. Tribble, T.L. Veum, and J.T. Yen. North Central Regional-42 Committee on Swine Nutrition. Variability among sources and laboratories in nutrient analyses of corn and soybean meal. Journal of Animal Science 77:3262-3273.
Eyigor A., K.A. Dawson, B.E. Langlois, and C.L. Pickett. Cytolethal distending toxin genes in Campylobacter jejuni and Campylobacter coli isolates: Detection and analysis by PCR. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 37:1646-1650.
Eyigor, A., K.A. Dawson, B.E. Langlois, and C.L. Pickett. Detection of cytolethal distending toxin activity and cdt genes in Campylobacter spp. isolated from chicken carcasses. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 65:501-1505.
Franklin, S.T., K.R. Martin, R.J. Baer, D.J. Schingoethe, and A.R. Hippen. Dietary marine algae (Schizochytrium sp.) increases concentrations of conjugated linoleic acid, docosahexaenoic acid, and transvaccenic acid in milk of dairy cows. Journal of Nutrition 129:2048-2052.
Graf, G.A., P.D. Burns, and W.J. Silvia. Ovine endometrium expresses a cytosolic phospholipase A, on days 11-14 of a simulated oestrus cycle. Journal of Reproduction and Fertility 115:357-363.
Harmon, D.L., J.A. Walker, J.M. Silvio, A.M. Jamikorn, and K.L. Gross. Nutrient digestibility in dogs fed fiber-containing diets. Veterinary Clinical Nutrition 6:6-10.
Heldt, J.S., R.C. Cochran, C.P. Mathis, B.C. Woods, K.C. Olson, E.C. Titgemeyer, T.G. Nagaraja, E.S. Vanzant, and D.E. Johnson. Effects of level and source of carbohydrate and level of degradable intake protein on intake and digestion of low-quality tallgrass prairie hay by beef steers. Journal of Animal Science 77:2846-2854.
Knutson, B.L., H.J. Strobel, S.E. Nokes, K.A. Dawson, J.A. Berberich, and C.R. Jones. Effect of pressurized solvents on ethanol production by the thermophilic bacterium Clostridium thermocellum. Journal of Supercritical Fluids 16:149-156.
Langlois, B.E., and K.A. Dawson. Antimicrobial resistance of gramnegative enteric bacteria from pigs in a nonantimicrobial-exposed herd before and after transportation. Journal of Food Protection 62:797-779.
Larson, B.T., D.L. Harmon, L.P. Bush, E.L. Piper, and L.M. Griffis. Alkaloid binding and activation of D, dopamine receptors in cellculture. Journal of Animal Science 77:942-947.
Lemme, A., C. Wenk, M.D. Lindemann, and G. Bee. Chromium yeast affects growth performance but not whole carcass composition of growing-finishing pigs. Annales de Zootechnie 48:457-468.
Lindemann, Merlin D. Chromium and swine nutrition. Journal of Trace Elements in Experimental Medicine 12:149-161.
Matthews, J.C., M.J. Beveridge, E. Dialynas, A. Bartke, M.S. Kilberg, and D.A. Novak. Placental cationic and anionic amino acid transporter expression in growth hormone overexpressing, null IGF-II or null IGF-I receptor mice. Placenta 20:639-650.
Mooney, K.W., and G.L. Cromwell. Efficacy of chromium picolinate on performance and tissue accretion in pigs with different lean gain potential. Journal of Animal Science 77:1188-1198.
Rowell, P.P., and B.T. Larson. Ergocryptine and other ergot alkaloids stimulate the release of [3H] dopamine from rat striatal synaptosomes. Journal of Animal Science 77:1800-1806.
Schillo, K.K. An appropriate role for ethics in teaching contemporary issues. Journal of Animal Science 77 (Suppl. 2):154-162.
Schwulst, F.J., D.G. Ely, D.G. Morrical, and D.K. Aaron. Effects of immunoglobulin treatment and genetic type on survival and preweaning growth performance of lambs. Sheep and Goat Research Journal 15(1):15-23.
Thrift, F.A., S.M. Clarke, and D.E. Franke. Interaction between calf genetic type and subtropical location for preweaning traits of cattle varying in percentage Brahman breeding. Professional Animal Scientist 15:181-184.
Wang, B., and Y.L. Xiong. Characterization of the proteases involved in gel-weakening of beef heart surimi. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 47:887-892.
Wang, B., Y.L. Xiong, and W.G. Moody. Physicochemical and sensory properties of restructured beef steaks containing beef heart surimi. International Journal of Food Science and Technology 34:351-359.
Wang, B., and Y.L. Xiong. Textural and sensory properties of reduced-fat frankfurters containing antioxidant-washed beef heart surimi. Journal of Muscle Foods 10:205-215.
Warren, L.K., L.M. Lawrence, and K.N. Thompson. The influence of betaine on untrained and trained horses exercising to fatigue. Journal of Animal Science 77:677-684.
Warren, L.K., L.M. Lawrence, T. Brewster-Barnes, and D.M. Powell. The effect of dietary fiber on hydration status after dehydration with furosemide. Equine Veterinary Journal, Supplement 30:508-513.
Welbourne, T., and J.C. Matthews. Glutamate transport and renalfunction. American Journal of Physiology 277 (Renal Physiology 46):F501-F505.
Xiong, Y.L., and D.R. Kupski. Monitoring phosphate marinade penetration in tumbled chicken filets using a thin-slicing, dye-tracing method. Poultry Science 78:1048-1052.
Xiong, Y.L., and D.R. Kupski. Time-dependent marinade absorption and retention, cooking yield, and palatability of chicken filets marinated in various phosphate solutions. Poultry Science 78:1053-1059.
Xiong, Y.L., D.C. Noel, and W.G. Moody. Textural and sensory properties of low-fat beef sausages with added water and polysaccharides asaffected by pH and salt. Journal of Food Science 64:550-554.
Zhou, A., and W.L. Boatright. Formation of 2-pentyl pyridine during processing of soybean protein isolates. Journal of Food Science 64:852-854.
Other Research Publications
Cantor, A.H., and N.D. Paton. Poultry nutrition research 1998. pp. 151-189. Proceedings, 47th Annual Pfizer Research Conference.
Cromwell, Gary L. Low hog prices: Will diet modification help? Kentucky Pork Producers News, January/February, 4; The Farmer’s Pride 10:27.
Cromwell, Gary L. Antibiotics: What happens if they’re banned? Kentucky Pork Producers News, July/August, 10; The Farmer’s Pride 11:2.
Cromwell, Gary L. Water for swine: Quantity and quality are important. Kentucky Pork Producers News, September/October, 10; The Farmer’s Pride 11:11.
Cromwell, Gary L. Safety issues, performance benefits of antibiotics for swine examined. Feedstuffs 71:23.
Cromwell, Gary L., and Charlotte Kirk Baer. Major advancements in predicting nutrient requirements of swine. Veterinary Clinical Nutrition 6:14-17.
Cromwell, Gary L. Soybean meal: The “gold standard.” Kentucky Pork Producers News, November/December, 12; The Farmer’s Pride 11:20.
Cromwell, Gary L., and Virgil W. Hays. The swine industry: Significant events of the past century. Kentucky Pork Producers News, Dec. 29, 20; The Farmer’s Pride 11:26.
Cromwell, Gary L. Antibiotics enhance performance and reproductive efficiency of swine, but are they safe? 40th Annual George A. Young Swine Health and Management Conference, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Cromwell, Gary L. Antibiotics for food-producing animals: An American perspective. Simposio Sobre as Implicacoes Socio-Economicas do Uso de Aditivos na Producao Animal, Brazilian Academy of Animal Nutrition, Piracicaba, Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Cromwell, Gary L. Interpretacion y aplicacion del nuevo sistema de requerimientos de nutrientes para cerdos: NRC 1998, produccion comercial. Reunion de la Asociacion Mexicana de Produccion Animal 9na Reunion Internacional sobre Produccion de Carne y Leche en Climas Calidos, Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico.
Cromwell, G.L., L.W. Turner, R.S. Gates, J.L. Taraba, M.D. Lindemann, S.L. Taylor, W.A. Traylor, W.A. Dozier, and H.J. Monegue. Manipulation of swine diets to reduce gaseous emissions from manure that contribute to odor. Abstract. Midwest Animal Science Meeting, American Society of Animal Science. March, Des Moines, Iowa.
Harmon, R.J. Importance of udder health and impact of nutrition on mastitis. pp. 12-17. Proceedings, 1st International Dairy Symposium. University of Sao Paulo and Federal University of Parana, Curitiba, PR, Brazil (Portuguese).
Harmon, R.J. Influence of copper on somatic cell counts and mastitis. pp. 24-34. Proceedings, Southeast Dairy Herd Management Conference. University of Georgia, Athens.
Harmon, R.J. Somatic cell counts: Myths vs. reality. pp. 105-114. Proceedings, Southeast Dairy Herd Management Conference. University of Georgia, Athens.
Harmon, R.J. Impact of trace mineral nutrition of the dry cow on udder health. pp. 1-15. Proceedings, Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference. Iowa State University, Cooperative Extension Service, Ames.
Howell, J.A., A.D. Matthews, K.C. Swanson, D.L. Harmon, and J.C. Matthews. Molecular identification of glutamate transporters in ruminant forestomach, intestine, liver, and kidney tissues. 2000 Kentucky Beef Cattle Research Report, PR-417.
Lawrence, L.M. The best hay choices for horses. Minnesota Forage Update 24(4):2-4.
Lawrence, L.M. Effects of weaning on growing foals. Equine Disease Quarterly 7(2):4-5.
Lawrence, L.M. The benefits of warming up. World Equine Veterinary Review 4(2):6-11.
Lawrence, L.M. Fescue toxicosis in foaling mares. Kentucky Horse Council Newsletter. Spring.
Lawrence, L.M. Hot weather and your horse. Kentucky Horse Council Newsletter. Summer.
Lawrence, L.M. Tips on buying hay. Kentucky Horse Council Newsletter. Fall.
Lindemann, M.D. Insights into organic chromium and the modern pig. pp. 159-170. IN: T.P. Lyons and D.J.A. Cole, eds. Concepts in Pig Science: 1st Annual Turtle Lake Pig Science Conference, Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, United Kingdom.
Lindemann, M.D., and H.J. Monegue. Feeding value of dried porcine solubles (a by-product developed from an intestinal hydrolysate) for nursery pigs. pp. 119-133. Proceedings, Conference on ByProduct Use for Livestock and Poultry, National Pingtung University of Science and Technology. June 9-10, Taiwan.
Lindemann, M.D., R.E. Hall, and K.W. Purser. Use of chromium tripicolinate to improve pigs born live confirmed in multiparous sows. pp. 129-137. Proceedings, Prince Agri Products 19th Annual Feed Ingredient Conference, August 24-25.
Lindemann, M.D. Continued research confirms the value of biologically available chromium for pigs. pp. 36-46. Proceedings, Alltech Latin America Lecture Tour, October 7-8, Mexico City.