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Selected Results and Impacts
Research funded by NIFA shows modified diet may increase swine birthrate
Impact of NIFA animal reproduction efforts demonstrated by selected projects
NIFA-funded Missouri researchers create over 42,000 expressed sequence tags
With NIFA support, Alcorn State staff develop swine curriculum
NIFA-funded Oregon research focused on procedures for evaluating rooster fertility
NIFA-funded Penn State researchers found fertile bull seminal fluid has less osteopontin and prostaglandin-D-synthetase proteins than low fertility bulls.
With NIFA funds, University of Minnesota researchers developed a way to increase egg production by more than 30 eggs per turkey hen in a 21-week period.
Auburn University, using a NIFA Higher Education Challenge Grant, is developing "The Virtual Chicken: Part I, The Female Reproductive Tract" for students.
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Last Updated: March 8, 2012
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