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Dunn, M.F.; Branlant, G. Roles of zinc ion and reduced coenzyme in horse liver alcohol dehydrogenase catalysis. The mechanism of aldehyde activation 1975 Biochemistry 3817 14 3176-3182
Hoover, T.S.; Marshall, T.T. A comparison of learning styles and demographic characteristics of students enrolled in selected animal science courses 1998 Journal of Animal Science 2939 76 3169-3173
Proops, L.; McComb, K. Cross-modal individual recognition in domestic horses (Equus caballus) extends to familiar humans 2012 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 5616 279 3131-3138
Ordakowski-Burk, A.L.; Quinn, R.W.; Shellem, T.A.; Vough, L.R. Voluntary intake and digestibility of reed canarygrass and timothy hay fed to horses 2006 Journal of Animal Science 4236 84 3104-3109
Sappington, B.F.; Goldman, L. Discrimination learning and concept formation in the Arabian horse 1994 Journal of Animal Science 3569 72 3080-3087
Apple, J.K.; Kegley, E.B.; Galloway, D.L.; Wistuba, T.J.; Rakes, L.K.; Yancey, J.W.S. Treadmill exercise is not an effective methodology for producing the dark-cutting condition in young cattle 2006 Journal of Animal Science 2947 84 3079-3088
Bode, N.W.F.; Faria, J.J.; Franks, D.W.; Krause, J.; Wood, A.J. How perceived threat increases synchronization in collectively moving animal groups 2010 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 5188 277 3065-3070
Skedros, J.G.; Dayton, M.R.; Sybrowsky, C.L.; Bloebaum, R.D.; Bachus, K.N. The influence of collagen fiber orientation and other histocompositional characteristics on the mechanical properties of equine cortical bone 2006 The Journal of Experimental Biology 1868 209 3025-3042
Pere, M.C. Maternal and fetal blood levels of glucose, lactate, fructose, and insulin in the conscious pig 1995 Journal of Animal Science 2751 73 2994-2999
Gerber, B.; Hendel, T. Outcome expectations drive learned behaviour in larval Drosophila 2006 Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 3525 273 2965-2968