2017

  • Ishaq SL, Yeoman CJ, Whitney TR. 2017. Ground redberry juniper and urea in supplements fed to Rambouillet ewe lambs. Part 2: Ewe lamb rumen microbial communities. Journal of Animal Sciences. In press
  • Betiku OC, Yeoman CJ, Gaylord TG, Duff GC, Hamerly T, Bothner B, Block SS, Sealey WM. 2017. Differences in Amino Acid Catabolism by Gut Microbes with/without Prebiotics Inclusion in GDDY-based Diet Affect Feed Utilization in Rainbow Trout. Aquaculture. In press and online https://doi.org/10.1016/j.aquaculture.2017.09.006
  • Nelson TM, Borgogna JC, Michalek, RD, Roberts DW, Rath JM, Glover ED, Ravel J, Shardell MD, Yeoman CJ, Brotman RM. 2017. Cigarette smoking is associated with an altered vaginal tract metabolomic profile. Scientific Reports. In press.
  • Winder, V.L. L.B. McNew, J.C. Pitman, and B.K. Sandercock. 2017. Effects of habitat selection and rangeland management on survival of female greater prairie-chickens. Journal of Wildlife Management, DOI:10.1002/jwmg.21331.
  • Thompson, S.J., C.M. Handel, and L.B. McNew. 2017. Autonomous recording devices reveal complex patterns in avian detection probability and presence in the Subarctic. Journal of Wildlife Management, DOI:10.1002/jwmg.21285.
  • Vold, S., C.M. Handel, and L.B. McNew. 2017. Comparison of acoustic recorders and field observers for monitoring tundra bird communities. Wildlife Society Bulletin 41: 566–576.
  • Winder, V.L., L.B. McNew, J.C. Pitman, and B.K. Sandercock. 2017. Space use of greater prairie-chickens in response to fire and grazing interactions.  Rangeland Ecology and Management 70:165–¬174.
  • McNew, L.B., B. Cascaddan, A. Hicks-Lynch, M. Milligan, A. Netter, S. Otto, J. Payne, S. Vold, S. Wells, and S. Wyffels.  2017.  Restoration plan for sharp-tailed grouse recovery in western Montana. Montana State University, Bozeman. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.26189.95204.
  • Lehnhoff, E.; Miller, Z.; Miller, P.; Johnson, S.; Scott, T.; Hatfield, P.; Menalled, F.D. Organic Agriculture and the Quest for the Holy Grail in Water-Limited Ecosystems: Managing Weeds and Reducing Tillage Intensity. Agriculture 2017, 7, 33.
  • Thompson, S.J., C.M. Handel, R. Richardson, and L.B. McNew. 2016. When winners become losers: Arctic birds demonstrate non-linear responses to gradients of woody vegetation. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0164755. doi:10.1371/journa
  • Ganser, C., A.J. Gregory, L.B. McNew, L.M. Hunt, B.K. Sandercock, and S.M. Wisely. 2016. Fine-scale distribution modeling of avian malaria vectors in north-central Kansas. Journal of Vector Ecology 31:114-122
  • Winder, V.L., M.R. Herse, L.M. Hunt, A.J. Gregory, L.B. McNew, and B.K. Sandercock. 2016. Patterns of nest attendance by female greater prairie-chickens in northcentral Kansas. Journal of Ornithology 157: 733-745.
  • Perea K, Perz K, Olivo SK, Williams A, Lachman M, Ishaq SL, Thomson J, Yeoman CJ. 2017. Feed efficiency phenotypes in lambs involve changes in ruminal, colonic, and small intestine-located microbiota. Journal of Animal Sciences. In press
  • Ishaq SL, Johnson SP, Miller ZJ, Lehnhoff EA, Olivo S, Yeoman CJ, Menalled FD. 2016. Impact of cropping systems, soil inoculum, and plant species identity on soil bacterial community structure. Microbial Ecology 73(2): 417-434. doi:10.1007/s00248-016-0861-2
  • Feng W, Minor D, Liu M, Li J, Ishaq SL, Yeoman CJ, Lei B. 2016. Null mutations of group A Streptococcus orphan kinase RocA: Selection in mouse infection and comparison with CovS mutations in alteration of in vitro and in vivo protease SpeB expression and virulence. Infection and Immunity 85: e00790. Doi: 10.1128/IAI.00790-16
  • Vlčkováa K, Gomez A, Petrželkovád KJ, Whittierg CA, Toddi AF, Yeoman CJ, Nelson KE, Wilson BA, Stumpf RM, Modrýa D, White BA, Leigh SR. 2016. Effect of antibiotic treatment on the gastrointestinal microbiome of free-ranging western lowland gorillas (Gorilla g. gorilla). Microbial Ecology. 72(4):943-954. doi:10.1007/s00248-016-0745-5
  • Stumpf RM, Gomez A, Amato KR, Yeoman CJ, Polk JD, Wilson BA, Nelson KE, White BA, Leigh SR. 2016. Microbiomes, metagenomics, and primate conservation: New strategies, tools, and applications. Biological Conservation 199: 56 – 66. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.03.035.

2016

  • Thompson, S.J., C.M. Handel, R. Richardson, and L.B. McNew. 2016. When winners become losers: Arctic birds demonstrate non-linear responses to gradients of woody vegetation. PLoS ONE 11(11): e0164755. doi:10.1371/journal.

  • Ganser, C., A.J. Gregory, L.B. McNew, L.M. Hunt, B.K. Sandercock, and S.M. Wisely.  2016.  Fine-scale distribution modeling of avian malaria vectors in north-central Kansas. Journal of Vector Ecology 31:114-122.

  • Winder, V.L., M.R. Herse, L.M. Hunt, A.J. Gregory, L.B. McNew, and B.K. Sandercock.  2016. Patterns of nest attendance by female greater prairie-chickens in northcentral Kansas. Journal of Ornithology 157: 733-745.

  • Despres J, Forano E, Lepercq P, Comtet-Marre S, Jubelin G, Chambon C, Yeoman CJ, Berg Miller ME, Fields CJ, Martens E, Terrapon N, Henrissat B, White BA, Mosoni P. 2016. Xylan degrada-tion by the human gut Bacteroides xylanisolvens XB1A (T) involves two distinct gene clusters that are linked at the transcriptional level. BMC Genomics. 17(1):326. doi:10.1186/s12864-016-2680-8.

  • Jeff Mosley, Rachel Frost, Brent Roeder, Tracy Mosley, and Jerry Marks. 2016. Combined Herbivory by Targeted Sheep Grazing and Biological Control Insects to Suppress Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea stoebe).Invasive Plant Sci Manag 9(1): 22-32.

  • Amato KR, Yeoman CJ, Cerda G, Schmitt C, Danzy Cramer J, Berg Miller ME, Gomez A, Turner T, Wilson BA, Stumpf RM, Nelson KE, White BA, Knight R, Leigh SR. Variable responses of human and non-human primate gut microbiomes to a Western diet. Microbiome. 3: 53.doi: 10.1186/s40168-015-0120-7.

  • Gomez A, Rothman JM, Petrzelkova K, Yeoman CJ, Vickova K, Umana JD, Carr M, Modry D, Todd A, Torralba M, Nelson KE, Stumpf RM, Wilson BA, White BA, Leigh SR. 2016. Temporal variation selects for diet-microbe co-metabolic traits in the gut of Gorilla spp.ISME J. 10(2):532. doi: 10.1038/ismej.2015.146

  • Gomez A, Petrzelkova KJ, Burns MB, Yeoman CJ, Amato KR, Vlckova K, Modry D, Todd A, Jost Robinson CA, Remis MJ, Torralba MG, Morton E, Umaña JD, Carbonero F, Gaskins HR, Nelson KE, Wilson BA, Stumpf RM, White BA, Leigh SR, Blekhman R. 2016. Gut microbiome of coexisting BaAka pygmies and Bantu reflects gradients of traditional subsistence patterns. Cell Rep.14(9):2142-53. doi:10.1016/j.celrep.2016.02.013.

  • Despres J, Forano E, Lepercq P, Comtet-Marre S, Jubelin G, Yeoman CJ, Miller ME, Fields CJ, Terrapon N, Le Bourvellec C, Renard CM, Henrissat B, White BA, Mosoni P. 2016. Unraveling the pectinolytic function of Bacteroides xylanisolvens using a RNA-seq approach and mutagenesis. BMC Genomics. 17(1):147. doi: 10.1186/s12864-016-2472-1.

  • Vlčkováa K, Gomez A, Petrželkovád KJ, Whittierg CA, Toddi AF, Yeoman CJ, Nelson KE, Wilson BA, Stumpf RM, Modrýa D, White BA, Leigh SR. 2016. Effect of antibiotic treatment on the gastrointestinal microbiome of free-ranging western lowland gorillas (Gorilla g. gorilla). Microbial Ecology. In press.

  • Kitchen, K.A., Goldsmith B., Robison-Cox J., Frisina M., and Sowell, B. 2016. Sagebrush response to conifer cover. Environmental Management and Sustainable Development. Vol. 5, No. 1:17-29.

  • Lean, I.J., et al (incl. Jennifer M. Thomson) Invited review: Recommendations for reporting intervention studies on reproductive performance in dairy cattle: Improving design, analysis, and interpretation of research on reproduction. J. of Dairy Sci. 1:1-17.

2015

  • Winder, V.L., K.M. Carrlson, A.J. Gregory, C.A. Hagen, D.A. Haukos, D.C. Kesler, L.C. Larsson, L.B. McNew, M.A. Patten, J.C. Pitman, L.A. Powell, J.Smith, T. Thompson, D.H. Wolfe, and B.K. Sandercock. 2015. Factors affecting female space use in ten populations of prairie chickens. Ecosphere 6(9): 166. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1890/ES14-00536.1/abstract

  • Nelson TM, Borgogna JL, Brotman RM, Ravel J, Walk ST, Yeoman CJ. 2015. Vaginal biogenic amines: Biomarkers of bacterial vaginosis or precursors to vaginal dysbiosis. Front. Physiol. 6: 253 http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fphys.2015.00253/full

  • Henderson G et al. (incl. Suzanne Ishaq Pellegrini, Medora Lachman, Jeff Swartz, and Carl Yeoman) 2015. Rumen microbial community composition varies with diet and host, but a core microbiome is found across a wide geographical range. Scientific Reports 5: 14567

  • Amato, K. R., S. R. Leigh, A. Kent, R. I. Mackie, C. J. Yeoman, R. M. Stumpf, B. A. Wilson, K. E. Nelson, B. A. White, and P. A. Garber.  2015.  The gut microbiota appears to compensate for seasonal diet variation in the wild black howler monkey (Alouatta pigra).  Micro. Eco.  69:434-443.

  • Boles, J. A., K. S. Kohlbeck, M. C. Meyers, K. A. Perz, K. C. Davis, and J. Thomson.  2015.  The use of blood lactate concentration as an indicator of temperament and its impact on growth rate and tenderness of steaks from Simmental x Angus steers.  Meat Sci.  103:68-74.

  • Ginberg, I. R., G. Yin, I. Borovok, M. E. Miller, C. J. Yeoman, B. Dassa, Z. Yu, I. Mizrahi, H. J. Flint, E. A. Bayer, B. A. White, and R. Lamed.  2015.  Functional phylotyping for assessing intraspecific diversity of Ruminococcus albus within the rumen microbiome.  FEMS Microbiol. Lett.  362:1 - 10.
  • Ham, B. R., C. Myrick, F. T. Barrows, C. J. Yeoman, G. C. Duff, M. G. Maskill, and W. M. Sealey.  2015.  Feed characteristics alter growth efficiency of cutthroat trout.  J. Fish Wildlife Manage.  (In Press).
  • Ham, B. R., F. T. Barrows, A. Huttinger, G. C. Duff, C. J. Yeoman, M. Maskill, and W. M. Sealey.  2015.  Evalation of dietary soy sensitivity in Snake River Cutthroat trout.  N. Am. J. Aquaculture.  (In press).
  • Kapheim K. M., V. D. Rao, C. J. Yeoman, B. A. Wilson, B. A. White, N. Goldenfeld, and G. E. Robinson.  2015.  Caste-specific differences in hindgut microbial communities of honey bees (Apis Mellifera).  PLoS One  (In press).
  • McCosh, R. B., E. M. Berry, M. E. Wehrman, R. R. Redden, D. M. Hallford, and J. G. Berardinelli.  2015.  Temporal concentrations of cortisol and LH in virgin ewes acutely exposed to rams during the transition into the breeding season.  Anim. Reprod. Sci.  154:25-28.
  • Miller, Z. J., F. D. Menalled, U. M. Sainju, A. W. Lenssen, and P. G. Hatfield.  2015.  Integrated sheep grazing into cereal-based crop rotations: spring wheat yields and weed communities.  Agron. J.  107:104-112.
  • Ragen, D. L., E. E. Nix, R. L. Endecott, P. G. Hatfield, M. K. Petersen,and J.G.P. Bowman.  2015.  Individual mineral supplement intake by ewes swath grazing or confinement fed pea-barley forage.  Anim. Feed Sci. Technol.  200:107-111.

2014

  • Amato, K. R., S. R. Leigh, A. Kent, R. I. Mackie, C. J. Yeoman, R. M. Stumpf, B. A. Wilson, K. E. Nelson, B. A.. White, and P. A. Garber.  2014. The role of gut microbes in satisfying the nutritional demands of adult and juvenile wild, black howler monkeys (Alouatta pigra).  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  155:652-664.
  • Camacho, L. E., C. O. Lemley, M. L. Van Emon, J. S. Caton, K. C. Swanson, and K. A. Vonnahme.  2014.  Effects of maternal nutrient restriction followed by realimentation during early and mid-gestation on beef cows.  I.  Maternal performance and organ weights at different stages of gestation.  J. Anim. Sci.  92:520-529.
  • Dassa, B., I. Borovok, V. Ruimy-Israeli, R. Lamed, H. J. Flint, S. Duncan, B. Henrissat, P. Coutinho, M. Morrison, P. Masoni, C. J. Yeoman, B. A. White, and E. A. Bayer.  2014.  Rumen cellulomics:  Divergent fiber-degrading strategies revealed by comparative genome-wide analysis of six ruminococcal strains.  PLoS One  9:e99221.
  • Friesen, K. M., and G. D. Johnson.  2014.  Mosquito and West Nile virus surveillance in northeast Montana, 2005-2006.  Med. Vet. Entomol.  28:85-93.
  • Johnson, G, C. Bahnson, P. Ishii, Z. Cochrane, G. Hokit, P. Plummer, L. Bartholomay, and B. Blitvich.  2014.  Monitoring sheep andCulicoides midges in Montana for evidence of Bunyamwera serogroup virus infection.  Vet. Rec. Open  doi:10.1136/vetreco-2014-000071.
  • Karisa, B. K., J. Thomson, Z. Wang, C. Li, Y. R. Montanholi, S. P. Miller, S. S. Moore, and G. S. Plastow.  2014.  Plasma metabolites associated with residual feed intake and other productivity performance traits in beef cattle.  Livestock Sci.  165:200-211.
  • McNew, L. B., L. M. Hunt, A. J. Gregory, S. M. Wisely, and B. K. Sandercock.  2014.  Effects of wind energy development on the nesting ecology of greater prairie-chickens.  Conservation Biology 28:1089-1099.
  • Oki, A. C., J. G. Berardinelli, J. A. Clapper, D. H. Pooled, and P. L. Senger.  2014.  Enhancing the learning experience of students in reproductive science with multimedia platforms.  Clinical Theriogenology  6:147-153.
  • Piao, H., M. Lachman, S. Malfatti, A. Sczybra, B. Knierim, M. Auer, S. G. Tringe, R. I. Mackie, C. J. Yeoman, and M. Hess.  2014.  Temporal dynamics of fibrolytic and methanogenic rumen microorganisms during in situ incubation of switchgrass determined by 16S rRNA gene profiling.  Front. Microbiol.  5:307.
  • Porter, T. F., C. Chen, J. A. Long, R. Lawrence, and B. F. Sowell.  2014.  Estimating biomass on CRP pastureland: A comparison of remote sensing techniques.  Biomass and Bioenergy  66:268-274.
  • Runyon, M. J., D. B. Tyers, B. F. Sowell, and C. N. Gower.  2014.  Aspen restoration using beaver on the Northern Yellowstone winter range under reduced ungulate herbivory.  Restoration Ecology  22:555-561.
  • Sainju, U. M., J. L. Barsotti, A. W. Lenssen, and P. G. Hatfield.  2014.  Particulate and active soil nitrogen fractions are reduced by sheep grazing in dryland cropping systems.  Nutr. Cycl. Agroecosyst.  99:79–93.
  • Sharon, Kate, Glenn Duff, Jeff Dailey, Jeff Carroll, Jonathan Hilmer, and Brian Bothner.  2014.  Effects of supplemental lysine on performance, antibody titer, and rectal temperature in response to a modified-live viral vaccine in neonatal calves.  Am. J. Anim. Vet. Sci.  9:122-127.
  • Swartz, J. D., M. Lachman, K. Westveer, T. O’Neill, T. Geary, R. W. Kott, J. G. Berardinelli, P. G. Hatfield, J. M. Thomson, and C. J. Yeoman.  2014.  Characterization of the vaginal microbiota of ewes and cows reveals a unique microbiota with low levels oflactobacilli and near-neutral pH.  Frontiers Vet. Sci.  1:1-10.
  • Walther-António, M. R., P. Jeraldo, M. E. Berg Miller, C. J. Yeoman, K. E. Nelson, B. A. Wilson, B. A. White, N. Chia, and D. J. Creedon.  2014.  Pregnancy’s stronghold on the vaginal microbiome.  PLoS One  9:e98514.
  • Whitehurst, W. A., J. A. Paterson, M. M. Harbac, M. K. Petersen, G. C. Duff, T. W. Geary, G. I. Zanton, and T. J. Whistuba.  2014.  Comparison of methionine hydroxyl analog chelated versus sulfate forms of copper, zinc and manganese on growth performance and pregnancy rates in yearling beef replacement heifers.  Prof. Anim. Sci.  30:62-67.
  • Winder, V. L., L. B. McNew, A. J. Gregory, L. M. Hunt, S. M. Wisely, and B. K. Sandercock.  2014.  Space use of female greater prairie-chickens in response to wind energy development in north-central Kansas.  Ecosphere 5:art3.
  • Winder, V., L. B. McNew, L. M. Hunt, A. J. Gregory, S. M. Wisely, and B. K. Sandercock.  2014.  Effects of wind energy development on seasonal survival of greater prairie-chickens.  J. Applied Ecology 51:395–405.
  • Yeoman, C. J., and B. A. White.  2014.  Gastrointestinal tract microbiota and probiotics in production animals.  Ann. Rev. Anim. Biosci.  2:469-486.
  • Yildirim, S., C. J. Yeoman, S. C. Janga, S. M. Thomas, M. Ho, L. Mugisha, S. R. Leigh, B. A. White, and R. M. Stumpf.  2014.  Primate vaginal microbiomes exhibit species specificity without universal Lactobacillus dominance.  ISME J.  8:2431-2444.

2013

  • Amato, K. R., C. J. Yeoman, A. Kent, N. Righini, F. Carbonero, A. Estrada, H. R. Gaskins, R. M. Stumpf, S. Yildirim, M. Torralba, M. Gillis, B. A. Wilson, K. E. Nelson, B. A. White, and S. R. Leigh.  2013.  Habitat degradation impacts black Howler monkey (Alouatta pigra) gastrointestinal microbiomes.  ISME J.  7:1344-1353.
  • Barsotti, J. L., U. M. Sainju, A. W. Lenssen, C. Montagne, and P. G. Hatfield.  2013.  Net greenhouse gas emissions affected by sheep grazing in dryland cropping systems.  Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.  77:1012-1025.
  • Barsotti, J. L., U. M. Sainju, A. W. Lenssen, C. Montagne, and P. G. Hatfield.  2013.  Crop yields and soil organic matter responses to sheep grazing in US northern Great Plains.  Soil & Tillage Res.  134:133–141.
  • Blanco-Fontao, B., B. K. Sandercock, J. R. Obeso, L. B. McNew, and M. Quevedo.  2013.  Effects of sexual dimorphism and landscape composition on the trophic behavior of greater prairie-chickens.  PLoS ONE 8(11): e79986.
  • DelCurto, H. M., G. Wu, and M. C. Satterfield.  2013.  Nutrition and Reproduction: links to epigenetics and metabolic syndrome in offspring. Curr. Opin. Clin. Nutr. Metab. Care  16:385-391.
  • Dick, K. J., G. C. Duff, S. W. Limesand, S. P. Cuneo, D. K. Knudson, C. P. McMurphy, L. W. Hall, J. C. Bernal-Rigoli, and J. A. Marchello.  2013.  Effects of Lactobacillus acidophilus and Propionibacterium freudenreichii on digestive tract morphology of neo-natal/transition Holstein bull calves and performance by calf-fed Holstein steers.  Prof. Anim. Sci.  29:107-115.
  • Endecott, R. L., R. N. Funston, J. T. Mulliniks, and A. J. Roberts.  2013.  Implications of beef heifer development systems and lifetime productivity.  J. Anim. Sci.  91:1329-1335.
  • Friesen, K. M., and G. D. Johnson.  2013.  Evaluation of methods for collecting blood engorged mosquitoes (Diptera: Culicidae) from habitats within a wildlife refuge in northeast Montana.  J. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc.  29:102–107.
  • Friesen, K. M., and G. D. Johnson.  2013.  Stable fly (Diptera: Muscidae) phenology in a mixed agricultural-wildlife ecosystem in northeast Montana.  Environ. Entomol.  42:49–57.
  • Frost, R. A., J. C. Mosley, and B. L. Roeder.  2013.  Recovery and viability of Sulfur Cinquefoil seeds from the feces of sheep and goats.  Rangeland Ecol. Manag.  66:51-55.
  • Gunn, P. J., D. R. Buckmaster, R. P. Lemenager, M. L. Van Emon, M. C. Claeys, and S. L. Lake.  2013.  Preservation characteristics of modified wet distillers grains with solubles stored with marginal-quality feedstuffs in laboratory-scale mini silos.  Prof. Anim. Sci.  29:671-676.
  • Helmecke, P., S. J. Moreaux, J. Weeding, J.G.P. Bowman, and J. G. Berardinelli.  2013.  Effects of psyllium supplementation on protein, triglycerides, serum electrolytes and packed cell volume in grazing horses.  J. Equine Vet. Sci.  33:336.
  • Hokit, G., S. Alvey, J. Geiger, G. Johnson, M. Rolston, D. Kinsey, and N. Tall Bear.  2013.  Using undergraduate researchers to build vector and West Nile virus surveillance capacity.  Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health  10:3192–3202.
  • Johnson, G. D., H. B. Goosey, M. G. Rolston, W. L. Miller, D. G. Hokit, R. R. Redden, and R. J. Kott.  2013.  Evaluation of mosquito responses to pyrethroid insecticides topically applied to sheep.  J. Am. Mosq. Control Assoc.  29:146–153.
  • Karisa, B. K., J. Thomson, Z. Wang, H. L. Bruce, G. S. Plastow, and S. S. Moore.  2013.  Candidate genes and biological pathways associated with carcass quality traits in beef cattle.  Can. J. Anim. Sci.  93:295-306.
  • Karisa, B. K., J. Thomson, Z. Wang, P. Stothard, S. S. Moore, and G. S. Plastow.  2013.  Candidate genes and single nucleotide polymorphisms associated with variation in residual feed intake in beef cattle.  J. Anim. Sci.  91:3502-3515.
  • Lenssen, A. W., U. M. Sainju, and P. G. Hatfield.  2013.  Integrating sheep grazing into wheat-fallow systems:  Crop yield and soil properties.  Field Crop Res.  146:75-85.
  • Marietta, E. V., A. M. Gomez, C. J. Yeoman, A. Y. Tilahun, C. R. Clark, D. H. Luckey, J. A. Murray, B. A. White, Y. C. Kudva, and G. Rajagopalan.  2013.  Low incidence of spontaneous type 1 diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice raised on gluten-free diets is associated with changes in the intestinal microbiome.  PLoS One  8:e78687.
  • McNew, L. B., A. J. Gregory, and B. K. Sandercock.  2013.  Spatial heterogeneity in habitat selection: nest site selection by prairie-chickens.  J. Wildlife Manage.  77:791–801.
  • Mueller, C. J., J. M. Thompson, P. M. Hayes, A. E. Corey, G. Tschida, H. M. DelCurto, and G. Deboodt.  2013.  Agronomic and nutritional comparison of Pacific Northwest forage- and grain-type barley and oats for potential ruminant dry forage production. Anim. Feed Sci. Tech.
  • Mueller, C. J., G. Deboodt, and H. M. DelCurto.  2013.  Effects of varying amounts of dietary glycerol on low, medium, and high quality forages fed to beef cattle: II. Rumen fermentation characteristics.  J. Anim. Sci.  E-2012-6125.
  • Mueller, C. J., H. M. DelCurto, and G. Deboodt.  2013.  Effects of varying amounts of dietary glycerol on low, medium, and high quality forages fed to beef cattle: I. Digestibility characteristics.  J. Anim. Sci.  E-2012-6124.
  • Mulliniks, J. T., M. E. Kemp, R. L. Endecott, S. H. Cox, A. J. Roberts, R. C. Waterman, T. W. Geary, E. J. Scholljegerdes, and M. K. Petersen.  2013.  Does ß-hydroxybutyrate concentration influence conception date in young postpartum range beef cows?  J. Anim. Sci.  91:2902-2909.
  • Ragen, D. L., R. R. Redden, A. N. Hafla, B. M. Nichols, J. L. Nichols, J. I. Keithly, T. J. McDonald, J. Uhrig, L. A. Cook, A. L. Kellom, and P. G. Hatfield.  2013.  Technical Note:  Effects of supplementation of expired human foodstuffs on intake and digestion by wethers fed a base diet of grass hay and alfalfa/barley pellets.  Sheep Goat Res. J.  28:1-5.
  • Redden, R. R., L.M.M. Surber, A. V. Grove, and R. W. Kott.  2013.  Growth efficiency of ewe lambs classified into residual feed intake groups and pen fed a restricted amount of feed.  Small Ruminant Res.  114:214-219.
  • Schachtschneider, K. M., C. J. Yeoman, R. E. Isaacson, B. A. White, L. B. Schook, and M. Pieters.  2013.  Modulation of systemic immune responses through commensal gastrointestinal microbiota.  PLoS One  8:e53969.
  • Scott, J., C. Leichter, F. Rinkevica, S. Harris, C. Su, L. Aberegg, R. Moon, C. Geden, A. Gerry, D. Taylor, R. Byford, W. Watson, G. Johnson, D. Boxler, L. Zurek.  2013.  Insecticide resistance in house flies from the United States:  Resistance levels and frequency of pyrethroid resistance alleles.  Pest. Biochem. Physiol.  107: 377-384.
  • Sharon, K. P., G. C. Duff, J. A. Paterson, J. W. Dailey, J. A. Carroll, and E. A. Marceau.  2013.  Case Study:  Effects of timing of a modified-live respiratory viral vaccination on performance, feed intake, antibody titer response, and febrile response of beef heifers.  Prof. Anim. Sci.  29:307-312.
  • Stumpf, R. M., B. A. Wilson, A. Rivera, S. Yildirim, C. J. Yeoman, J. D. Polk, B. A. White, and S. R. Leigh.  2013.  The primate vaginal microbiome: comparative context and implications for human health and disease.  Am. J. Phys. Anthropol.  57:119–134.
  • Thrift, T. M., T. K. Mosley, and J. C. Mosley.  2013.  Impacts from winter-early spring elk grazing in foothills Rough Fescue grassland.  West. North Am. Naturalist  73:497–504.
  • Vodovnik, M., S. H. Duncan, M. D. Reid, L. Cantlay, K. Turner, J. Parkhill, R. Lamed, C. J. Yeoman, M. E. Miller, B. A. White, E. A. Bayer, R. Marinšek-Logar, and H. J. Flint.  2013.  Expression of cellulosome components and type IV pili within the extracellular proteome of Ruminococcus flavefaciens 007.  PLoS One  8:e65333.
  • Whitehurst, W., and C. Marlow.  2013.  Forb nutrient density for Sage Grouse broods in Mountain Big Sagebrush communities, Montana.  Rangelands  35:18-25.
  • Wycoff, C. L., E. C. Glunk, C. C. Sykes, S. Rodpitak, S. E. Pratt-Phillips, and P. D. Siciliano.  2013.  Effect of day-time vs. night-time grazing on hindgut fermentation parameters in fall pasture-fed horses.  J. Equine Vet. Sci.  33:338.
  • Xie, G., G. C. Duff, L. W. Hall, J. D. Allen, C. D. Burrows, J. C. Bernal-Rigoli, S. E. Dowd, V. Guerriero, and C. J. Yeoman.  2013.  Alteration of digestive tract microbiome in neo-natal Holstein bull calves by bacitracin methylene diasalicylate treatment and scours.  J. Anim. Sci.  91:4984-4990.
  • Yeoman, C. J., S. M. Thomas, M. E. Berg Miller, A. V. Ulanov, M. Torralba, S. Lucas, M. Gillis, M. Cregger, A. Gomez, M. Ho, S. Leigh, R. Stumpf, D. J. Creedon, M. A. Smith, J. S. Weisbaum, K. E. Nelson, B. A. Wilson, and B. A. White.  2013.  A multi-omic systems-based approach reveals metabolic markers of bacterial vaginosis and insight into the disease.  PLoS One  8:e56111.

2012

  • Abdel-Haleem, Hussein, Jan G. P. Bowman, Lisa Surber, and Tom Blake.  2012.  Variation in feed quality traits for beef cattle in Steptoe x Morex barley population.  Mol. Breeding  29:503–514.
  • Allen, J. D., L. W. Hall, J. E. English, and G. C. Duff.  2012.  Effect of bird depredation on nutrient composition of cattle diets fed at two southwestern cattle facilities.  Prof. Anim. Sci.  28:573-577.
  • Baldwin, R., W. Li, C. Li, J. Sumner-Thomson, and B. Bequette.  2012.  Characterization of longissimus lumborum transcriptome response to sodium propionate feeding in growing Angus beef steers.  Physiological Genomics  44:543-550.
  • Beck, J. L., J. W. Connelly, and C. L. Wambolt.  2012.  Forum Paper: Consequences of treating Wyoming big sagebrush to enhance wildlife habitats.  Rangeland Ecol. Manag.  65:444-455.
  • Bernal-Rigoli, J. C., G. C. Duff, J. A. Marchello, S. P. Cuneo, S. R. Garcia, G. Xie, L. W. Hall, J. D. Allen, and C. D. Burrows.  2012.  Effects of housing and feeding systems on performance of neo-natal Holstein bull calves.  J. Anim. Sci.  90:2818–2825.
  • Carr, Craig A., and William C. Krueger.  2012.  The role of the seed bank in recovery of understory species in an eastern Oregon ponderosa pine forest.  Northwest Sci.  86:168-178.
  • Endecott, R. L., S. H. Cox, C. M. Rubio, C. A. Löest, D. E. Hawkins, and M. K. Petersen.  2012.  Effects of supplements with increasing glucogenic precursor content on reproduction and nutrient utilization in young postpartum range cows.  Livest. Sci.  145:109-118.
  • Frisina, M. R.  2012.  Argali Management Triad.  Wild Sheep, Summer 2012.  Wild Sheep Foundation, Cody WY.
  • Frisina, Michael R., and R. Margaret Frisina.  2012.  Influence of trophy harvest on the population age structure of Argali Ovis Ammon in Mongolia.  J. Bombay Natl. Hist. Soc.  109:173-176.
  • Frost, Rachel A., and Jeffrey C. Mosley.  2012.  Sulfur Cinquefoil (Potentilla recta) response to defoliation on foothill rangeland.  Invasive Plant Sci. Manag.  5:408-416.
  • Henderson, S. L., T. K. Mosley, J. C. Mosley, and R. W. Kott.  2012.  Spotted knapweed utilization by sequential cattle and sheep grazing.  Rangeland Ecol. Manage.  65:286-291.
  • McColley, S. D., D. B. Tyers, and B. F. Sowell.  2012.  Aspen and willow restoration using beaver in the northern Yellowstone winter range.  Restoration Ecology  20:450-455.
  • McNew, L. B., A. J. Gregory, S. M. Wisely, and B. K. Sandercock.  2012.  Demography of greater prairie-chickens: regional variation in vital rates, sensitivity values, and population dynamics.  J. Wildlife Manage.  76:987-1000.  Wildlife Publications Award - Outstanding Article, The Wildlife Society.
  • McNew, L. B., T. J. Prebyl, and B. K. Sandercock.  2012.  Effects of rangeland management on the site occupancy dynamics of prairie-chickens in a protected prairie preserve.  J. Wildlife Manage.  76:38-47.
  • Mulliniks, J. T., S. H. Cox, M. E. Kemp, R. L. Endecott, R. C. Waterman, D. M. VanLeeuwen, and M. K. Petersen.  2012.  Relationship between body condition score at calving and reproductive performance in young postpartum cows grazing native range.  J. Anim. Sci.  90:2811-2817.
  • Sumner-Thomson, J., V. Bowles, J. Choi, U. Basu, P. Stothard, and S. Moore.  2012.  The identification of candidate genes and candidate gene structural variation for Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy.  PRION 1;6:461-469.
  • Waterman, R. C., T. W. Geary, J. A. Paterson, and R. J. Lipsey.  2012.  Early weaning in Northern Great Plains beef cattle production systems:  I. Performance and reproductive response in range beef cows.  Livest. Sci.  148:26-35.
  • Waterman, R. C., T. W. Geary, J. A. Paterson, and R. J. Lipsey.  2012.  Early weaning in Northern Great Plains beef cattle production systems:  II. Development of replacement heifers weaned at 80 or 215 d of age.  Livest. Sci.  148:36-45.
  • Yeoman, C. J., N. Chia, P. Jeraldo, M. Sipos, N. D. Goldenfeld, and B. A. White.  2012.  The microbiome of the chicken gastrointestinal tract.  Anim. Health Res. Rev.  13:89-99.

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