Journal Articles (Agricultural, Life, & Environmental Sciences)
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- 2Willing, Ben P.
- 1Abdul-Bari, Mohammed M.
- 1Adamowicz, Wiktor L.
- 1Anderson, Jay A.
- 1Armstrong, Glen W.
- 1Astbury, S.
- 9Agricultural, Life, and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of
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- 2Human Ecology, Department of
- 2Human Ecology, Department of/Journal Articles (Human Ecology)
- 2Renewable Resources, Department of
- 2Renewable Resources, Department of/Journal Articles (Renewable Resources)
(Eventual) Stability and Change Across Partnerships
Does a new partnership differ from its preceding one? This study investigates whether relationship dynamics change as people transition from one partnership to another and examines a number of predictors that might explain variation in change trajectories. We draw on data gathered from 554 focal...
This discussion is an overview of the Albertan economy in 2019 with suggestions to eliminate fossil fuels from the equation. With the current state of the climate, shifting towards sustainable energy will be integral in prolonging the success of our species. The Albertan economy is based heavily...
Initial gut microbial composition as a key factor driving host response to antibiotic treatment, as exemplified by the presence or absence of commensal Escherichia coliDownload
Antibiotics are important for treating bacterial infection; however, efficacies and side effects of antibiotics vary in medicine and experimental models. A few studies have correlated microbiota composition variations with health outcomes in response to antibiotics; however, no study has...
Adequate adaptation of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract is important during pregnancy to ensure that the increased metabolic demands by the developing fetus are met. These include changes in surface area mediated by villus hypertrophy and enhanced functional capacity of individual nutrient...
Previous studies suggest that management intensity zoning systems, such as the triad approach, could allow Canada’s forest industry to maintain or increase timber harvest levels while simultaneously reducing its environmental impact. In most such studies, the zones are exogenously specified. In...
Sustained Yield Forestry in Sweden and Russia: How Does it Correspond to Sustainable Forest Management Policy?Download
This paper analyzes how sustained yield (SY) forestry is defined and implemented in Sweden and Russia, two countries with different forest-industrial regimes. We first compare definitions of SY forestry in national legislation and policies. Then we study forest management planning in two large...
Although polyester is well known for smelling strongly after wear, little is known about the propensity of nylon to retain and emit body odor. In this study, we investigated whether odor intensity differed between nylon and polyester fabrics. A secondary aim was to compare odor on fabrics frozen...
Traditional kefir reduces weight gain and improves plasma and liver lipid profiles more successfully than a commercial equivalent in a mouse model of obesityDownload
Kefir, a fermented milk beverage, has shown promise in alleviating obesity and associated metabolic dysfunction. However, microbial characteristics are variable among traditional kefirs, and commercial kefirs drastically differ from traditional kefir. This study investigated the ability of four...
Heat treatment, three fungicides (Dexon, Metazoloxon, and Dowco 269), and plant breeding methods were compared for effectiveness in the control of a pathogen that attacks the roots of alfalfa (Medicago media Pers.).