2017 - Meats Research Award, American Society of Animal Science
2013 - Nonruminant Nutrition Research Award, American Society of Animal Science
2009 - Animal Growth and Development Award, American Society of Animal Science
Frank R. Dunshea mainly focuses on Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Animal science, Feed conversion ratio and Food science. His study involves Insulin, Hormone, Metabolism, Adipose tissue and Leptin, a branch of Internal medicine. Frank R. Dunshea combines subjects such as Lactation and Fatty acid with his study of Endocrinology.
His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Weight gain and Animal nutrition. His Feed conversion ratio study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Boar taint, Skatole, Castration, Androstenone and Nutrient. His Food science research incorporates themes from Feces, Selenium and Biochemistry.
Frank R. Dunshea mainly investigates Animal science, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Food science and Feed conversion ratio. His Animal science research integrates issues from Biotechnology, Environmental management system, Lactation and Respiration rate. His is involved in several facets of Internal medicine study, as is seen by his studies on Metabolism, Weight gain, Carbohydrate metabolism, Lipolysis and Lipid metabolism.
Insulin, Adipose tissue, NEFA, Hormone and Leptin are among the areas of Endocrinology where the researcher is concentrating his efforts. His work deals with themes such as DPPH, ABTS, Polyphenol and Antioxidant, which intersect with Food science. His research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Ractopamine and Feed conversion ratio.
His main research concerns Animal science, Food science, Polyphenol, DPPH and ABTS. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lipid oxidation, Lactation, Thiobarbituric acid, Fatty acid and Respiration rate. His work in Lipid oxidation addresses subjects such as Vitamin E, which are connected to disciplines such as Oxidative stress and Selenium.
His Lactation study incorporates themes from Herd, Weaning and Reproduction. He has included themes like Gallic acid, Quercetin and Antioxidant potential in his Food science study. The concepts of his ABTS study are interwoven with issues in Chlorogenic acid, Flavonols, Flavonoid, Nutraceutical and Tannin.
His primary areas of study are Food science, Polyphenol, ABTS, DPPH and Animal science. His research in Food science intersects with topics in Gas chromatography–mass spectrometry, Solid-phase microextraction and NUTRITION&DIETETICS. Frank R. Dunshea interconnects Flavonoid, Phenolic acid, Nutraceutical and Tannin in the investigation of issues within Polyphenol.
His study in ABTS is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chlorogenic acid, Quercetin, Flavonols and Protocatechuic acid. His research on Animal science focuses in particular on Animal feed. His studies in Respiration rate integrate themes in fields like Weaning, Litter, Broiler and Betaine.
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Dietary Conjugated Linoleic Acids Increase Lean Tissue and Decrease Fat Deposition in Growing Pigs
Ewa Ostrowska;Morley Muralitharan;Reg F. Cross;Dale E. Bauman.
Journal of Nutrition (1999)
Vaccination of boars with a GnRH vaccine (Improvac) eliminates boar taint and increases growth performance.
F R Dunshea;C Colantoni;K Howard;I McCauley.
Journal of Animal Science (2001)
Central administration of leptin to ovariectomized ewes inhibits food intake without affecting the secretion of hormones from the pituitary gland: evidence for a dissociation of effects on appetite and neuroendocrine function.
Belinda A. Henry;James W. Goding;Warren S. Alexander;Alan J. Tilbrook.
Effects of dietary factors and other metabolic modifiers on quality and nutritional value of meat
F.R. Dunshea;D.N. D’Souza;D.W. Pethick;G.S. Harper.
Meat Science (2005)
Plant bioactives for ruminant health and productivity
Simone Rochfort;Anthony J Parker;Frank R. Dunshea.
The effects of immuno- and surgical-castration on the behaviour and consequently growth of group-housed, male finisher pigs
G.M Cronin;F.R Dunshea;K.L Butler;I McCauley.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2003)
Effects of nutrition and management on the production and composition of milk fat and protein: a review
G. P. Walker;F. R. Dunshea;P. T. Doyle.
Crop & Pasture Science (2004)
The effect of dietary magnesium aspartate supplementation on pork quality.
D N D'Souza;R D Warner;B J Leury;F R Dunshea.
Journal of Animal Science (1998)
Interrelationships between sex and ractopamine on protein and lipid deposition in rapidly growing pigs.
F. R. Dunshea;R. H. King;R. G. Campbell;R. D. Sainz.
Journal of Animal Science (1993)
Intracerebroventricular infusion of leptin elevates the secretion of luteinising hormone without affecting food intake in long-term food-restricted sheep, but increases growth hormone irrespective of bodyweight.
Belinda Anne Henry;J W Goding;A J Tilbrook;Frank Dunshea.
Journal of Endocrinology (2001)
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