William H. Hale

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Capsella bursa-pastoris (L.) Medic. (shepherd's purse) has been tested as a possible biomonitor of heavy metals in the city of Bradford, UK and compared with Poa annua L. (annual meadow-grass), a species with a similar ecology that had previously been studied for biomonitoring potential. Forty-two sites (urban roadside, urban, urban park, suburban and(More)
S ERUM lipoproteins have been studied in some detail in relation to certain disease conditions and metabolic disorders of man. However, very limited research has been conducted on the lipoproteins of ruminant animals. Current research in ruminant nutrition and metabolism has focused more attention on lipid utilization and its interactions with proteins in(More)
Two completely random digestion trials were conducted, each with 12 beef steers (325 kg initial weight), to measure changes in digestibilities of fat and of forage components when fat was added to diets containing 62 to 76% wheat straw. Trial 1 diets contained either no added fat or 6.3% added fat from whole cottonseed (30% of the diet), cottonseed oil or(More)