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influence of maternal energy status during mid-gestation on growth, cattle performance, and the immune response in the resultant beef progeny11This research was funded in part by a grant from the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Competitive Grant number 2010-65206-20667 from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and the South Dakota Beef Industry Council. Salaries and research support were provided by state and federal funds appropriated to South Dakota State University.

2016

A.R. | Taylor | D.A. | Mohrhauser | R.H. | Pritchard | K.R. | Underwood | A.E. | Wertz-Lutz | A.D. | Blair


Bibliographic information
Professional animal scientists
Volume 32 ISSN 1080-7446
Publisher
Elsevier Inc.
Pagination
389-399
Other Subjects
Ovalbumin; Maternal energy status; Food research; Adaptive immunity; National institute of food and agriculture; Beef industry; Growth performance; Fetal programming
Language
English

2017-10-15
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