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ad libitum
(16 times)
Veterinary Medicine
(9 times)
FR (4 times)
IGF (2 times)
MAINT (2 times)
1991 Level of nutrition and splanchnic metabolite flux in young lambs.
ad libitum access to feed throughout
(2 times)
(1 time)
RES (2 times)
CG (1 time)
DEGs (1 time)
2016 Examination of the molecular control of ruminal epithelial function in response to dietary restriction and subsequent compensatory growth in cattle.
ad libitum basis throughout
(1 time)
(1 time)
CG (1 time)
DEG (1 time)
RES (1 time)
2016 Effect of dietary restriction and subsequent re-alimentation on the transcriptional profile of hepatic tissue in cattle.
ad libitum feeding strategy
(1 time)
Reproductive Medicine
(1 time)
BF (1 time)
2014 Ad libitum feeding during the peripartal period affects body condition, reproduction results and metabolism of sows.
ad libitum intake
(1 time)
Veterinary Medicine
(1 time)
3-MH (1 time)
BUN (1 time)
GH (1 time)
1996 Hormonal status, metabolic changes, and resting metabolic rate in beef heifers undergoing compensatory growth.
ad libitum nursing
(1 time)
Animal Nutritional Physiological Phenomena
(1 time)
LW (1 time)
NEFA (1 time)
2009 Performance and nursing behaviour of beef cows with different types of calf management.
ADL Index Builder
(1 time)
Biomedical Engineering
(1 time)
ADLs (1 time)
1993 A multimedia preference-assessment tool for functional outcomes.
ADLIB group
(1 time)
Nutritional Sciences
(1 time)
HR (1 time)
MAP (1 time)
SHR (1 time)
1997 Food restriction reduces sympathetic support of blood pressure in spontaneously hypertensive rats.