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- Peter J. Olsoy; Jennifer S. Forbey; Lisa A. Shipley; Janet L. Rachlow; Brecken C. Robb; Jordan D. Nobler; Daniel H. Thornton
- Landscape ecology 2020 v.35 no.4 pp. 921-936
- Artemisia; artificial intelligence; cameras; chemical constituents of plants; coumarins; crude protein; habitats; herbivores; image analysis; kriging; landscapes; monoterpenoids; morphs; nutritive value; phytochemicals; shrubs; summer; unmanned aerial vehicles; wild animals; winter; Idaho
- ... CONTEXT: The amount and composition of phytochemicals in forage plants influences habitat quality for wild herbivores. However, evaluating forage quality at fine resolutions across broad spatial extents (i.e., foodscapes) is challenging. Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) provide an avenue for bridging this gap in spatial scale. OBJECTIVES: We evaluated the potential for UAS technology to accurately pr ...
- Ephraim, E.; Odenyo, A.; Ashenafi, M.
- World journal of microbiology & biotechnology 2005 v.21 no.6-7 pp. 803-809
- gallic acid; rumen; Leucaena pallida; sheep; goats; Sesbania; feces; tannins; Camelus dromedarius; wild animals; hydrolysis; chemical constituents of plants; Ethiopia