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Vitellogenin, a yolk protein produced in the liver of oviparous animals in response to estrogens, normally occurs only in sexually mature females with developing eggs. However, males can synthesize vitellogenin when exposed to environmental estrogens, making the abnormal production of vitellogenin in male animals a useful biomarker for xenoestrogen(More)
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and Implications Commercial pyrethroid pour-ons are commonly applied in cow-calf operations to eliminate the potential for insect borne diseases and to improve productivity. However, recent literature has focused on potential negative reproductive effects in the bull after exposure to pyrethroids. While the female bovine has been primarily neglected from(More)
At the Fall meeting of the Mid-American Journal of Business Board of Editors Daniel Vetter of Central Michigan University was unanimously elected as the Journal's new editor-in-chief. Dan's three-year-term as editor-in-chief will commence on the April 8, during the Spring editorial board meeting. This change in editors obviously has some consequences for(More)
Highway capital is a major component of public capital, both in terms of impact on productivity and magnitude of expenditures. The role of highway capital seems especially important in Minnesota, because the per capita investment in streets and highways is significantly higher than the national average. Compared to the national average, per capita spending(More)
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