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- Anderson, Daivd E., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- American journal of veterinary research 2014 v.75 no.3 pp. 296-300
- ambient temperature; beef cattle; body weight; calves; crossbreds; heat; heat stress; intranasal administration; nose; relative humidity; summer; thermoregulation; vaccines; viruses; wind speed
- ... Objective-To determine effects of ambient temperature, relative humidity, wind speed, relative barometric pressure, and temperature-humidity index (THI) on nasal submucosal and rectal temperatures in cattle during extreme summer conditions. Animals-20 black crossbred beef heifers (mean body weight, 217.8 kg). Procedures-Nasal submucosal and rectal temperatures were monitored every 2 hours for 24 h ...