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Evaluation of biofuel production cropping systems should address not only energy yields but also the impacts on soil attributes. In this study, forage sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) cropping systems were initiated on a low organic matter soil (<0.9 %) with a history of intensively tilled low-input cotton production in the semiarid Southern High Plains(More)
This study presents results from a 2-year evaluation of biomass and cellulosic ethanol (EtOH) production potential of forage sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench) cultivars differing in brown midrib trait (i.e., bmr12) under dryland (no irrigation) and limited irrigation (2.88 mm day−1; subsurface drip) in the semiarid Southern High Plains of the USA.(More)
BACKGROUND It has been proposed that running barefoot can lead to improved strength and proprioception. However, the duration that a runner must train barefoot to observe these changes is unknown. HYPOTHESIS Runners participating in a barefoot running program will have improved proprioception, increased lower extremity strength, and an increase in the(More)
There are many causes of limitation of mandibular function. The use of CT scanning has enhanced our ability to look beyond the more obvious anatomic areas of mandibular ankylosis. An interesting case of pseudoankylosis of the pterygoid plate and mandible is presented. This case clearly demonstrates the importance of CT scanning in the diagnosis and(More)
The soil microbial component is essential for sustainable agricultural systems and soil health. This study evaluated the lasting impacts of 5 years of soil health improvements from alternative cropping systems compared to intensively tilled continuous cotton (Cont. Ctn) in a low organic matter sandy soil. Our previous study (phase I) evaluated soil health(More)
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