1996 journal article
Recombinant bovine somatotropin increases nutrient absorption by the proximal small intestine in sheep
Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 76(3), 343.
By: A. Bird, W. Croom, B. McBride, Y. Fan, L. Daniel & I. Taylor
1994 journal article
Age-related changes in jejunal glucose absorption in mice
Nutrition Research (New York, N.Y.), 14(3), 411.
By: A. Bird, W. Croom, L. Daniel & B. Black
Jejunal glucose absorption is enhanced by epidermal growth factor in mice
Journal of Nutrition, 124(2), 231.
By: A. Bird, W. Croom, Y. Fan, L. Daniel, B. Black, B. McBride, E. Eisen, L. Bull, I. Taylor
Somatotropin transgenic mice have reduced jejunal active glucose transport rates
Journal of Nutrition, 124(11), 2189.
By: A. Bird, W. Croom, B. Black, Y. Fan & L. Daniel
The effect of long R3 insulin-like growth factor-I on jejunal glucose absorption in mice
Nutrition Research (New York, N.Y.), 14(7), 1101.
By: A. Bird, W. Croom, B. Brown & L. Daniel
1993 journal article
Tropical pasture hay utilization with slaframine and cottonseed meal: Ruminal characteristics and digesta passage in wethers
Journal of Animal Science, 71(6), 1634.
By: A. Bird, W. Croom, J. Bailey, B. O'Sullivan, W. Hagler, G. Gordon, P. Martin
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