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ID30117342Published Date2020-03-01JournalHealth promotion practice, 2020-03-01, Volume 21
This research examines the practice of community coaching within coalitions in the Communities Preventing Childhood Obesity project. A quasi-experimental design was used in seven Midwestern states. Each state selected two rural, low-income communities with functioning health coalitions. Coalitions were randomly assigned to be intervention or comparison communities. After 4 years of the coaching intervention, ripple effect mapping served as one method for examining the coalitions' work that ma…
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ID32029189Published Date2020-03-01JournalThe Veterinary clinics of North America. Food animal practice, 2020-03-01, Volume 36
Parasite species infecting cattle throughout northern North American are generally the same as those found throughout North America. Throughout Canada, cattle are primarily infected with Ostertagia ostertagi and Cooperia oncophora, whose larvae survive cold winters within soil of pastures. Overwintering larvae of these species maintain a temporary population of refugia available in spring to grazing cattle. Cattle from northern United States are also infected with Cooperia punctata and Haemon…
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ID31989977Published Date2020-02-15JournalJournal of environmental management, 2020-02-15, Volume 256
Many ranchers who practice rotational grazing have experienced economic and ecological benefits. However, the adoption rate of rotational grazing has stagnated. To identify major challenges faced by non-adopters of rotational grazing as well as factors that affect the perceptions about different challenges, we conducted a mail survey of 4250 eligible ranchers in North Dakota, South Dakota and Texas, USA. Key categories of information obtained included basic ranch information, rotational grazi…
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ID31863836Published Date2020-02-15JournalInternational journal of biological macromolecules, 2020-02-15, Volume 145
To unravel changes in the structures and digestibility of sweet potato starch in the roots during postharvest storage (0 to 20 days), starches are isolated and characterized in terms of amylose content, polyphenols amount, molecular molar mass (Mw), molecular reassociation and multi-scale reassociated structures after cooking. Results reveal that starch digestibility decreases with a concomitant increase on resistant starch (RS) fraction during the first 10 days. These changes are associated …
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ID31948575Published Date2020-02-15JournalAnalytica chimica acta, 2020-02-15, Volume 1098
Cyanide (both HCN and CN are represented by CN) has multiple industrial applications, is commonly found in some foods, and is a component of fire smoke. Upon exposure, CN blocks production of adenosine triphosphate, causing cellular hypoxia and cytotoxic anoxia, which can eventually result in death. Considering CN's quick onset of action and the long analysis times associated with current techniques, the objective of this study was to develop and validate a rapid and field-portable sensor to …
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ID32031212Published Date2020-02-07JournalFEMS microbiology ecology, 2020-02-07
Bacterial communities resident in the hindgut of pigs, have profound impacts on health and disease. Investigations into the pig microbiome have utilized either culture-dependent, or far more commonly, culture-independent techniques using next generation sequencing. We contented that a combination of both approaches generates a more coherent view of microbiome composition. In this study, we surveyed the microbiome of Tamworth breed and feral pigs through the integration high throughput culturi…
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ID32029599Published Date2020-02-06JournalProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 2020-02-06
The ecological niche of a species describes the variation in population growth rates along environmental gradients that drives geographic range dynamics. Niches are thus central for understanding and forecasting species' geographic distributions. However, theory predicts that migration limitation, source-sink dynamics, and time-lagged local extinction can cause mismatches between niches and geographic distributions. It is still unclear how relevant these niche-distribution mismatches are for …
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ID32026796Published Date2020-02-06JournalAnimal : an international journal of animal bioscience, 2020-02-06
To further understand the contribution of feedstuff ingredients to gut health in swine, gut histology and intestinal bacterial profiles associated with the use of two high-quality protein sources, microbially enhanced soybean meal (MSBM) and Menhaden fishmeal (FM) were assessed. Weaned pigs were fed one of three experimental diets: (1) basic diet containing corn and soybean meal (Negative Control (NEG)), (2) basic diet + fishmeal (FM; Positive Control (POS)) and (3) basic diet + MSBM (MSBM). …
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ID32020611Published Date2020-02-05JournalThe New phytologist, 2020-02-05
•Recent studies mainly in Arabidopsis have renewed interest and discussion in some of the key issues in hydrotropism of roots such as the site of water sensing and the involvement of auxin. We examined hydrotropism in maize (Zea mays) primary roots. •We determined the site of water sensing along the root using a non-intrusive method. Kinematic analysis was conducted to investigate spatial root elongation during hydrotropic response. Indole-3-acetic acid (IAA) and other hormones were quantifie…
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ID32019832Published Date2020-02-04JournalmSystems, 2020-02-04, Volume 5
A major function of the gut microbiota is to provide colonization resistance, wherein pathogens are inhibited or suppressed below infectious levels. However, the fraction of gut microbiota required for colonization resistance remains unclear. We used culturomics to isolate a gut microbiota culture collection comprising 1,590 isolates belonging to 102 species. This culture collection represents 34.57% of the taxonomic diversity and 70% functional capacity, as estimated by metagenomic sequencin…
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