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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Terrie L Wierenga
Poisonous Plant Research
Biological Science Lab Technician

Phone: (435) 752-2941 ext. 1127
Fax: (435) 753-5681
1150 EAST 1400 NORTH
POISONOUS PLANT RESEARCH LAB.
LOGAN, UT, 84341-0000


Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Research on Lupine-Induced "Crooked Calf Disease" at the Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory: Past, Present and Future - (Book / Chapter)
Panter, K.E., James, L.F., Wierenga, T.L., Gay, C., Motteram, E., Lee, S.T., Gardner, D.R., Pfister, J.A., Ralphs, M.H., Stegelmeier, B.L. 2007. Research on Lupine-Induced "Crooked Calf Disease" at the Poisonous Plant Research Laboratory: Past, Present and Future. Poisonous Plants Global Research and Solutions. Chpt. 10, pp. 58 - 65.
Year to Year Variation in Alkaloid Concentration in Lupinus Leucophyllus Growing on the Scablands of Central Washington - (Book / Chapter)
Gay, C.C., Motteram, E.S., Panter, K.E., Wierenga, T.L. 2007. Year to year variation in alkaloid concentration in lupinus leucophyllus growing on the scablands of central washington. Poisonous Plants Global Research and Solutions, Chpt. 70, pp. 414 - 419.
Effect of Shade on Alkaloid Content of Lupinus Leucophyllus - (Book / Chapter)
Gay, C.C., Panter, K.E., Motteram, E.S., Gay, J.M., Wierenga, T.L., Platt, T. 2007. Effect of shade on alkaloid content of lupinus leucophyllus. Poisonous Plants Global Research and Solutions, Chpt. 69, pp. 411-413
Risk factors for lupine-induced crooked calf disorder in east-central Washington State - (Book / Chapter)
Gay, C.C., Panter, K.E., Motteram, E.S., Gay, J.M., Hantz, H., Wierenga, T.L., Platt, T. 2007. Risk factors for lupine-induced crooked calf disorder in east-central Washington State. Poisonous Plant Global Research and Solutions. 27:156-64.
Comparison of Plasma Disposition of Alkaloids after Lupine Challenge in Cattle That Had Given Birth to Calves with Lupine-Induced Arthrogryposis Or Clinically Normal Calves - (Peer Reviewed Journal)
Gay, C.C., Panter, K.E., Mealey, K.L., Gay, J.M., Hjartarson, S.W., Tibary, A., Motteram, E.S., Wierenga, T.L., James, L.F. 2004. Comparison of plasma disposition of alkaloids after lupine challenge in cattle that had given birth to calves with lupine-induced arthrogryposis or clinically normal calves. American Journal of Veterinary Research.
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