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Extension Publication
R. J. Raleigh and Wallace, J. D., Effect of different levels of salt in a cottonseed meal supplement for yearling cattle on crested wheatgrass pasture. 1962.
J. R. Haag, Hubbert, F., Sawyer, W. A., and Wheeler, R. R., The effects of low supplementary phosphorus intakes on range cows in the sagebrush-bunchgrass region. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1958.
K. J. Walburger, Delcurto, T., Vavra, M., Bryant, L., and Kie, J. G., Influence of a grazing system and aspect, north vs. south, on the nutritional quality of forages, and performance and distribution of cattle grazing forested rangelands, Oregon Agric. Exp. Sta. Spec. Rep. pp. 39-41, 2000.
R. J. Raleigh and Wallace, J. D., The influence of yeast in a high roughage wintering ration for Hereford calves as measured by digestibility and performance. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961.
R. J. Raleigh and Wallace, J. D., Investigations of an alternative method of measuring forage digestibility of ruminants. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1966.
A. Formiga, Wetzel, J., Kawai, S., Selman, L., and Stone, A., Kabocha and Buttercup Squash for Western Oregon Gardens. OSU Extension, 2019.
T. A. Waldrop and McIver, J., The national fire and fire surrogate study: early results and future challenges, Gen. Tech. Rep. SRS-92. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Asheville, NC: U.S. , pp. 526-530, 2006.
R. J. Raleigh and Wallace, J. D., Performance of calves fed vitamin A with baled and chopped meadow hay. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1964.
R. J. Raleigh and Wallace, J. D., The performance of weaner calves as influenced by low levels of alfalfa in the wintering ration. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1961.
R. J. Raleigh and Wallace, J. D., Response of weaner calves to various levels of protein and energy. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1962.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., Weber, D. W., and Whanger, P. H., Supplementation with injectable zinc, copper and selenium and the effects on average daily gain and plasma levels of weaned steers. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989.
T. O. Dill, Turner, H. A., Weber, D. W., and Whanger, P. H., Supplementation with injectable zinc, copper and selenium and the effects on average daily gain and plasma levels of weaned steers. Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1989.
B. Miller, Dalton, D., Brewer, L. J., and Walton, V. M., Sustainable Hazelnut Production: Filbertworm Control by Mating Disruption. 2018.
Journal Article
S. A. Armstrong, McLean, D. J., Bobe, G., Bionaz, M., and Wistuba, T. J., 0237 Effect of OmniGen-AF® dietary supplementation on ultrasound parameters in purebred Angus steers fed a finishing diet, Journal of Animal Science, vol. 94, no. suppl_5, pp. 113 - 113, 2016.
A. C. M. Ercolin, Mkrtschjan, M., Bionaz, M., Jensen, T., and Wheeler, M. B., 280 OSTEOGENIC ACTIVITY OF IN HOUSE-PRODUCED PORCINE BMP2 ON ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS, Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 288, 2013.
K. C. S. Roballo, Ercolin, A. C. M., Bionaz, M., Ambrosio, C. E., and Wheeler, M. B., 282 PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS ARE INDUCED TOWARD NEUROGENIC LINEAGES BY CELL-TO-CELL INTERACTIONS BUT NOT BY SOLUBLE FACTORS RELEASED BY NEURONS ISOLATED FROM ADULT AND FETAL BRAIN, Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 289, 2013.
M. Bionaz, Ferreira, C. R., Monaco, E., Cooks, R. G., and Wheeler, M. B., 291 THE USE OF THE DYNAMIC IMPACT APPROACH AND DESORPTION ELECTROSPRAY IONIZATION - MASS SPECTROSCOPY TO ANALYZE ADIPOGENESIS IN PORCINE ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS, Reproduction, Fertility and Development, vol. 25, no. 1, p. 293, 2013.
A. Goyer, Callakova, E., R de la Garza, D., Quinlivan, E. P., Williamson, J., Gregory, III, J. F., Shachar-Hill, Y., and Hanson, A. D., 5-Formyltetrahydrofolate is an inhibitory but well tolerated metabolite in Arabidopsis leaves, The Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol. 280, 2005.
P. N. Reardon, Chacon, S. S., Walter, E. D., Bowden, M. E., Washton, N. M., and Kleber, M., Abiotic Protein Fragmentation by Manganese Oxide: Implications for a Mechanism to Supply Soil Biota with Oligopeptides, Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 50, no. 7, pp. 3486 - 3493, 2016.
P. N. Reardon, Chacon, S. S., Walter, E. D., Bowden, M. E., Washton, N. M., and Kleber, M., Abiotic Protein Fragmentation by Manganese Oxide: Implications for a Mechanism to Supply Soil Biota with Oligopeptides, Environmental Science & Technology, vol. 50, no. 7, pp. 3486 - 3493, 2016.
M. J. Malick, Cox, S. P., Peterman, R. M., Wainwright, T. C., Peterson, W. T., and šek, M., Accounting for multiple pathways in the connections among climate variability, ocean processes, and coho salmon recruitment in the Northern California Current, Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, vol. 72, no. 10, pp. 1552 - 1564, 2015.
J. Ding, Bierma, J., Smith, M. R., Poliner, E., Wolfe, C., Hadduck, A. N., Zara, S., Jirikovic, M., van Zee, K., Penner, M. H., Patton-Vogt, J., and Bakalinsky, A. T., Acetic acid inhibits nutrient uptake in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: auxotrophy confounds the use of yeast deletion libraries for strain improvement., Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, vol. 97, no. 16, pp. 7405-16, 2013.
A. L. Grimshaw, Schwartz, B. M., Grey, T. L., McCullough, P. E., Raymer, P. L., Webster, T. M., Kowalewski, A. R., Tate, T. M., and Parrott, W. A., Acetyl-CoA Carboxylase Herbicide Tolerance in Bermudagrass, Agronomy Journal, vol. 106, no. 3, p. 925, 2014.
A. K. Ehrlich, Pennington, J. M., Wang, X., Rohlman, D., Punj, S., Löhr, C. V., Newman, M. T., Kolluri, S., and Kerkvliet, N. I., Activation of the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor by 10-Cl-BBQ Prevents Insulitis and Effector T Cell Development Independently of Foxp3+ Regulatory T Cells in Nonobese Diabetic Mice., J Immunol, vol. 196, no. 1, pp. 264-73, 2016.
Z. Fang, Zhao, Y., Warner, R. D., and Johnson, S. K., Active and intelligent packaging in meat industry, Trends in Food Science & Technology, vol. 61, pp. 60 - 71, 2017.

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