2005 - AFIA - FASS New Frontiers in Animal Nutrition Award, American Society of Animal Science
2003 - American Dairy Science Association Fellowship Award
2002 - Distinguished Service Award, American Dairy Science Association
2000 - Award of Honor, American Dairy Science Association
1998 - Zinpro Award for Excellence in Dairy Science, American Dairy Science Association
1994 - American Feed Industry Association Award in Ruminant Nutrition Research, American Society of Animal Science
1980 - American Feed Industry Association Award, American Dairy Science Association
J.H. Clark mainly investigates Food science, Rumen, Lactation, Latin square and Nutrient. His Food science research includes elements of Amino acid, Urea and Dry matter. His work carried out in the field of Rumen brings together such families of science as Small intestine and Milk production.
His Lactation research incorporates themes from Abomasum and Animal science. His studies in Latin square integrate themes in fields like Silage, Propionate, Sodium and Starch. His Nutrient research includes themes of Fermentation and Forage.
J.H. Clark mostly deals with Food science, Rumen, Dry matter, Silage and Latin square. His research integrates issues of Urea, Dairy cattle, Lactation and Nutrient in his study of Food science. The study incorporates disciplines such as Duodenum, Small intestine, Starch, Animal science and Methionine in addition to Rumen.
In Dry matter, J.H. Clark works on issues like Forage, which are connected to Fodder. His Silage study combines topics in areas such as Feed conversion ratio, Tallow and Gluten. His Latin square research incorporates elements of Propionate, Animal feed and Fatty acid.
J.H. Clark focuses on Dairy cattle, Food science, Silage, Dry matter and Rumen. J.H. Clark has researched Dairy cattle in several fields, including Forage, NEFA and Lactation. His Lactation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Endocrinology and Triglyceride.
His study in Latin square and Abomasum is carried out as part of his studies in Food science. His Dry matter study incorporates themes from Feed conversion ratio, Digestion and Standard error. His work deals with themes such as Animal science and Starch, which intersect with Rumen.
His primary scientific interests are in Dairy cattle, Silage, Food science, Dry matter and Agronomy. J.H. Clark works in the field of Food science, namely Digestion. The various areas that J.H. Clark examines in his Agronomy study include Nitrogen flow, Amino acid content and Beef cattle.
His Amino acid content research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Milk production, Animal science and Rumen. His research in Feed conversion ratio intersects with topics in Cottonseed, Lactation and Completely randomized design. His Forage study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Tallow and Latin square.
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Genetic algorithms, noise, and the sizing of populations
David E. Goldberg;Kalyanmoy Deb;James H. Clark.
Complex Systems (1991)
Microbial protein synthesis and flows of nitrogen fractions to the duodenum of dairy cows.
J.H. Clark;T.H. Klusmeyer;M.R. Cameron.
Journal of Dairy Science (1992)
Relationship between ovarian activity and energy status during the early postpartum period of high producing dairy cows.
C.R. Staples;W.W. Thatcher;J.H. Clark.
Journal of Dairy Science (1990)
Lactational Responses to Postruminal Administration of Proteins and Amino Acids
Jimmy H. Clark.
Journal of Dairy Science (1975)
Effects of source of protein and carbohydrate on ruminal fermentation and passage of nutrients to the small intestine of lactating cows.
R.D. McCarthy;T.H. Klusmeyer;J.L. Vicini;J.H. Clark.
Journal of Dairy Science (1989)
Variants of somatotropin in cattle: gene frequencies in major dairy breeds and associated milk production☆
M.C. Lucy;S.D. Hauser;P.J. Eppard;G.G. Krivi.
Domestic Animal Endocrinology (1993)
Influence of diet composition, dry-matter intake, milk production and energy balance on time of post-partum ovulation and fertility in dairy cows
M. C. Lucy;C. R. Staples;W. W. Thatcher;Peter S. Erickson.
Animal Science (1992)
Milk Production, Nitrogen Utilization and Glucose Synthesis in Lactating Cows Infused Postruminally with Sodium Caseinate and Glucose
Jimmy H. Clark;Howard R. Spires;Robert G. Derrig;Maurice R. Bennink.
Journal of Nutrition (1977)
Evaluation of Chemical and Physical Properties of Feeds That Affect Protein Metabolism In the Rumen
M.D. Stern;G.A. Varga;J.H. Clark;J.L. Firkins.
Journal of Dairy Science (1994)
Ontogeny of the estrogen receptor during early uterine development.
James H. Clark;Jack Gorski.
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