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Effects of cereal grain supplementation on apparent digestibility of nutrients and concentrations of fermentation end-products in the feces and serum of horses consuming alfalfa cubes.
Results suggest that horses consuming alfalfa cubes could be supplemented with rolled barley, corn, naked oats, or oats at levels not exceeding 0.2% of BW as TNC without affecting nutrient digestion or overall health negatively.
Mercury and plants in contaminated soils: 1. Uptake, partitioning, and emission to the atmosphere
The uptake, distribution, and subsequent emission of mercury to the atmosphere were investigated in five plant species (Lepidium latifolium [L.], Artemisia douglasiana [Bess in Hook], Caulanthus sp.
Variation in the establishment of a non-native annual grass influences competitive interactions with Mojave Desert perennials
Impacts of native Mojave Desert annuals on perennials are expected to be lower than those of Bromus, as Seed dormancy and narrow requirements for seedling survivorship of native annuals produce densities and biomass lower thanThose achieved by Bromus.
Discriminant Analysis , A Powerful Classification Technique in Data Mining
A user-friendly SAS application utilizing the latest capabilities of SAS macro to perform discriminant analysis is presented here.
Model Selection in PROC MIXED - A User-friendly SAS® Macro Application
A user-friendly SAS macro application to perform all possible model selection of fixed effects including quadratic and cross products within a user-specified subset range in the presence of random
Assessing the source of mercury in foliar tissue of quaking aspen
It was found that whereas mercury in the atmosphere primarily influenced foliar uptake, root concentrations were related to the soil mercury concentration, and litterfall may serve as a pathway for new, atmospherically derived mercury to be deposited to forest soils.
Mercury and plants in contaminated soils: 2. Environmental and physiological factors governing mercury flux to the atmosphere
The objective of this study was to evaluate the role of physiological and environmental factors in governing the flux of elemental mercury from plants to the atmosphere. Five species (Lepidium