Alan Bell
Alan Bell
Professor Emeritus, Cornell University
Verified email at cornell.edu
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Regulation of organic nutrient metabolism during transition from late pregnancy to early lactation
AW Bell
Journal of animal science 73 (9), 2804-2819, 1995
16231995
Adaptations of glucose metabolism during pregnancy and lactation
AW Bell, DE Bauman
Journal of mammary gland biology and neoplasia 2 (3), 265-278, 1997
5841997
Decreased concentration of plasma leptin in periparturient dairy cows is caused by negative energy balance
SS Block, WR Butler, RA Ehrhardt, AW Bell, ME Van Amburgh, ...
Journal of Endocrinology 171 (2), 339-348, 2001
4302001
Development of a specific radioimmunoassay to measure physiological changes of circulating leptin in cattle and sheep
RA Ehrhardt, RM Slepetis, J Siegal-Willott, ME Van Amburgh, AW Bell, ...
Journal of Endocrinology 166 (3), 519-528, 2000
2712000
Effects of birth weight and postnatal nutrition on neonatal sheep: II. Skeletal muscle growth and development
PL Greenwood, AS Hunt, JW Hermanson, AW Bell
Journal of animal science 78 (1), 50-61, 2000
2712000
Protein nutrition in late pregnancy, maternal protein reserves and lactation performance in dairy cows
AW Bell, WS Burhans, TR Overton
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 59 (1), 119-126, 2000
2572000
Lipid metabolism in liver and selected tissues and in the whole body of ruminant animals
AW Bell
Lipid metabolism in ruminant animals, 363-410, 1981
2491981
Effects of birth weight and postnatal nutrition on neonatal sheep: I. Body growth and composition, and some aspects of energetic efficiency
PL Greenwood, AS Hunt, JW Hermanson, AW Bell
Journal of animal science 76 (9), 2354-2367, 1998
2441998
Growth and accretion of energy and protein in the gravid uterus during late pregnancy in Holstein cows
AW Bell, R Slepetis, UA Ehrhardt
Journal of Dairy Science 78 (9), 1954-1961, 1995
2041995
Some aspects of placental function in chronically heat-stressed ewes.
AW Bell, RB Wilkening, G Meschia
Journal of developmental physiology 9 (1), 17-29, 1987
1711987
Chronic heat stress and prenatal development in sheep: I. Conceptus growth and maternal plasma hormones and metabolites
AW Bell, BW McBride, R Slepetis, RJ Early, WB Currie
Journal of Animal Science 67 (12), 3289-3299, 1989
1701989
Regulation of placental nutrient transport and implications for fetal growth
AW Bell, RA Ehrhardt
Nutrition research reviews 15 (2), 211-230, 2002
1502002
Growth and metabolism of the placenta after unilateral fetectomy in twin pregnant ewes
I Vatnick, PA Schoknecht, R Darrigrand, AW Bell
J Dev Physiol 15 (6), 351-356, 1991
1451991
Growth and metabolism of the ovine placenta during mid-gestation
RA Ehrhardt, AW Bell
Placenta 16 (8), 727-741, 1995
1391995
Effect of porcine somatotropin on in vivo glucose kinetics and lipogenesis in growing pigs
FR Dunshea, DM Harris, DE Bauman, RD Boyd, AW Bell
Journal of Animal Science 70 (1), 141-151, 1992
1311992
Pregnancy and undernutrition alter glucose metabolic responses to insulin in sheep
JA Petterson, FR Dunshea, RA Ehrhardt, AW Bell
The Journal of nutrition 123 (7), 1286-1295, 1993
1271993
Metabolic and circulatory studies of fetal lamb at midgestation
AW Bell, JM Kennaugh, FC Battaglia, EL Makowski, G Meschia
American Journal of Physiology-Endocrinology And Metabolism 250 (5), E538-E544, 1986
1261986
Protein requirements of sheep in late pregnancy: partitioning of nitrogen between gravid uterus and maternal tissues
DM McNeill, R Slepetis, RA Ehrhardt, DM Smith, AW Bell
Journal of Animal Science 75 (3), 809-816, 1997
1241997
Nutritional management of the transition cow in the 21st century–a paradigm shift in thinking
JR Roche, AW Bell, TR Overton, JJ Loor
Animal Production Science 53 (9), 1000-1023, 2013
1212013
Morphology of adipose cells in lambs at birth and during subsequent transition of brown to white adipose tissue in cold and in warm conditions
RT Gemmell, AW Bell, G Alexander
American Journal of Anatomy 133 (2), 143-163, 1972
1211972
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