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Chewing behaviour and voluntary grass silage intake by cattle
Six Friesian heifers (Experiment 1) and four lactating dairy cows (83% Holstein; Experiment 2) were fed ad libitum with direct-cut or wilted grass silage. All animals were fitted with ruminal and… Expand
Global warming and ice ages: I. prospects for physics based modulation of global change
It has been suggested that large-scale climate changes, mostly due to atmospheric injection of greenhouse gases connected with fossil-fired energy production, should be forestalled by… Expand
Regression and Correlation Analysis
This chapter focuses on regression and correlation analysis. The word regression has been adopted by statisticians to represent all techniques in which one random variable is predicted from the… Expand
A phase II salvage trial of transdermal estradiol in the treatment of hormone and chemotherapy refractory prostate cancer: A Cancer Institute of New Jersey Oncology Group Study NJ1803.
- N. Morganstein, S. Doyle-Lindrud, +7 authors R. DiPaola
- Journal of clinical oncology : official journal…
- 15 July 2004
4695 Background: Options for patients with progression of prostate cancer following androgen ablation and chemotherapy are limited. Prior studies have demonstrated the efficacy of estrogen in this… Expand
America Needs a Better Civil Defense Program
An increasing number of Americans realize that the future is uncertain and threatening. Modern technology has wiped out our ocean barriers; the world has become a small neighborhood and not a… Expand
Biotechnology in animal and feed production in relation to human health and nutrition.
Influence of the dietary hay/maize ratio on digestion in the stomach of cattle
Zusammenfassung Einflus unterschiedlicher Verhaltnisse von Heu: Mais auf die Verdauung in den Magen der Kuh. II. Der N-Stoffwechsel Funf Rationen wurden an zwei trockenstehende, nicht… Expand
Summary Remarks: Discussions During the Conclusion of the Conference
- Edward Teller
There are two obvious reasons why nuclear energy sources must be emphasized. One is that in the not-too-distant future, let us say, the year 2100, the world’s energy demand is apt to be at least ten… Expand