The Green Canyon Ecology Research Center in North Logan, UT was purchased for use in conducting livestock research, wildlife research, and veterinary research. This site is also the principal center for activities aimed at breeding crops, testing new varieties of grasses, and researching irrigation and soil management.

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2009

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Monograph of Artemisia Subgenus Tridentatae (Asteraceae-Anthemideae), Leila M. Shultz; Systematic Botany Monographs

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Relationship between reluctance to eat novel foods and open-field behavior in sheep, J J. Villalba, X Manteca, and F D. Provena; Physiology & Behavior

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Rumen Distension and Contraction Influence Feed Preference by Sheep, J. J. Villalba, F. D. Provenza, J. O. Hall, and L. D. Lisonbee; Journal of Animal Science

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Selection of Tannins by Sheep in Response to Gastrointestinal Nematode Infection, J. J. Villalba, F. D. Provenza, J. O. Hall, and L. D. Lisonbee; Journal of Animal Science

2008

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Effects of Olfactory and Visual Predators on Nest Success and Nest-Site Selection of Waterfowl in North Dakota, Jennifer Borgo; All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

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Dietary Monoterpene Concentrations Influence Feeding Patterns of Lambs, L E. Dziba and F D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Self-Medicative Behavior of Sheep Experiencing Gastrointestinal Nematode Infections and the Postingestive Effects of Tannis, Larry D. Lisonbee; All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

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Sheep Foraging Behavior in Response to Interactions Among Alkaloids, Tannins and Saponins, Tiffany D. Lyman, Frederick D. Provenza, and Juan J. Villalba; Science of Food and Agriculture

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Influence of Supplemental Legumes that Contain Tannins and Saponins on Intake and Diet Digestibility in Sheep Fed Grasses that Contain Alkaloids, Jacob Michael Owens; All Graduate Theses and Dissertations

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Registration of ‘Juniper’ Wheat, E J. Souza, M J. Guttieri, K M. O'Brien, and R S. Zemetra; Journal of Plant Registrations

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Registration of ‘UI Darwin’ Wheat, E J. Souza, M J. Guttieri, K M. O'Brien, and R S. Zemetra; Journal of Plant Registrations

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Learned Appetites for Calcium, Phosphorus, and Sodium in Sheep, J. J. Villalba, F. D. Provenza, and J. O. Hall; Journal of Animal Science

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Hydraulic Traits are Influenced by Phylogenetic History in the Drought‐resistant, Invasive genus Juniperus (Cupressaceae), Cynthia J. Wilson, Paul S. Manos, and Robert B. Jackson; American Journal of Botany

2007

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Intake Patterns of Sheep Offered Nutritious Alternatives Associated with Plant Secondary Compounds, T. G. Papachristou, L. E. Dziba, J. J. Villilba, and F. D. Provenza

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Patterns of Diet Mixing by Sheep Offered Foods Varying in Nutrients and Plant Secondary Compounds, Thomas G. Papachristou, Luthando E. Dziba, Juan J. Villalba, and Frederick D. Provenza; Patterns of Diet Mixing by Sheep Offered Foods Varying in Nutrients and Plant Secondary Compounds

2006

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Sheep Foraging Behavior in Response to Interactions Among Alkaloids, Tannins and Saponins, Tiffanny D. Lyman, Frederick D. Provenza, and Juan J. Villalba; Animal Behaviour

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Resource Availability and Quality Influence Patterns of Diet Mixing by Sheep, Ryan A. Shaw, Juan J. Villalba, and Frederick D. Provenza; Journal of Chemical Ecology

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Terpenes and Carbohydrate Source Influence Rumen Fermentation, Digestibility, Intake, and Preference in Sheep, J. J. Villalba, F. D. Provenza, and K. C. Olson; Journal of Animal Science

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Initial Conditions and Temporal Delays Influence Preference for Foods High in Tannins and for Foraging Locations with and Without foods High in Tannins by Sheep, Juan Jose Villalba, Frederick D. Provenza, and Ryan Shaw; Influence of Surrounding Plants on Densities of Pieris rapae (L.) Eggs and Larvae (Lepidoptera: Pieridae) on Collards Restricted access

2005

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Effect of Added Sugar on Preference and Intake by Sheep of Hay Cut in the Morning Versus the Afternoon, E. A. Burritt, H. F. Mayland, F. D. Provenza, R. L. Miller, and J. C. Burns; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Proximal Cues of Pocket Gopher Burrow Plugging Behavior: Influence of Light, Burrow Openings, and Temperature, Scott J. Wernera, Dale L. Nolte, and Frederick D. Provenza; Physiology & Behavior

2004

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Nutritional Context Influences Preferences of Lambs for Foods with Plant Secondary Metabolites, Elena Baraza, Juan J. Villalba, and Frederick D. Provenza; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

2003

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Impact of the Consumption of Endophyte-infected Perennial Ryegrass by Meadow Voles, Michael R. Conover; Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

2002

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Importance of Alternative Foods on the Persistence of Flavor Aversions: Implications for Applied Flavor Avoidance Learning, Bruce A. Kimball, Frederick D. Provenza, and Elizabeth A. Burritt; Applied Animal Behaviour Science

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Polyethylene Glycol Influences Selection of Foraging Location by Sheep Consuming Quebracho Tannin, J. J. Villalba and F. D. Provenza; Journal of Animal Science