Paul L. Greenwood mostly deals with Animal science, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Skeletal muscle and Gene expression profiling. His Animal science research incorporates themes from Environmental management system and Semitendinosus muscle. His work focuses on many connections between Internal medicine and other disciplines, such as Fetus, that overlap with his field of interest in Birth weight, Low birth weight and Muscle hypertrophy.
His research investigates the link between Skeletal muscle and topics such as Myofibril that cross with problems in Myocyte and Body weight. As part of his research on Gene expression profiling, studies on Genetics and Gene expression are part of the effort. His work in Genetics addresses issues such as Intramuscular fat, which are connected to fields such as Tenderness and Quantitative trait locus.
Paul L. Greenwood spends much of his time researching Animal science, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Weaning and Biotechnology. He has included themes like Environmental management system and Pasture in his Animal science study. His studies deal with areas such as Fetus and Gene expression as well as Internal medicine.
In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Gene expression, Gene is strongly linked to Molecular biology. His research investigates the connection between Weaning and topics such as Birth weight that intersect with problems in Weight gain. In his study, Tenderness is inextricably linked to Genetics, which falls within the broad field of Skeletal muscle.
His primary scientific interests are in Grazing, Animal science, Livestock, Pasture and Internal medicine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ruminant and Agroforestry. His work carried out in the field of Animal science brings together such families of science as Feed conversion ratio and Residual feed intake.
His Internal medicine study combines topics in areas such as Endocrinology, Intramuscular fat and Genotype. His Intramuscular fat study incorporates themes from Lipogenesis, Gene expression, ACSS2 and Marbled meat. The Tenderness study combines topics in areas such as Weaning and Leptin.
Paul L. Greenwood mainly focuses on Livestock, Dry matter, Agronomy, Herbivore and Pasture. Livestock is intertwined with Resource, Natural resource economics, Diversification, Natural resource and Feedlot in his research. His Dry matter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Algorithm and Grazing, Pasture management.
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Effects of birth weight and postnatal nutrition on neonatal sheep: II. Skeletal muscle growth and development.
P. L. Greenwood;A. S. Hunt;J. W. Hermanson;A. W. Bell.
Journal of Animal Science (2000)
Genetic and environmental effects on meat quality
R.D. Warner;P.L. Greenwood;D.W. Pethick;D.M. Ferguson.
Meat Science (2010)
Effects of birth weight and postnatal nutrition on neonatal sheep: I. Body growth and composition, and some aspects of energetic efficiency.
Paul L. Greenwood;Amy S. Hunt;John W. Hermanson;Alan W. Bell.
Journal of Animal Science (1998)
Gene expression patterns during intramuscular fat development in cattle.
Y H Wang;Y H Wang;N I Bower;N I Bower;A Reverter;A Reverter;Siok Hwee Tan;Siok Hwee Tan.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Cattle temperament: persistence of assessments and associations with productivity, efficiency, carcass and meat quality traits.
Linda Cafe;Dorothy L Robinson;Drewe Ferguson;Drewe Ferguson;Brooke Louise McIntyre.
Journal of Animal Science (2011)
Gene expression studies of developing bovine longissimus muscle from two different beef cattle breeds
Sigrid A Lehnert;Sigrid A Lehnert;Antonio Reverter;Antonio Reverter;Keren A Byrne;Keren A Byrne;Yonghong Wang;Yonghong Wang.
BMC Developmental Biology (2007)
Prenatal and pre-weaning growth and nutrition of cattle: long-term consequences for beef production
P. L. Greenwood;L. M. Cafe.
Individual differences in the reaction of beef cattle to situations involving social isolation, close proximity of humans, restraint and novelty
Robert J. Kilgour;Gavin J. Melville;Paul L. Greenwood.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2006)
Intrauterine growth retardation is associated with reduced cell cycle activity, but not myofibre number, in ovine fetal muscle
Paul L. Greenwood;Ramona M. Slepetis;John W. Hermanson;Alan W. Bell.
Reproduction, Fertility and Development (1999)
Effects of birth weight and postnatal nutrition on neonatal sheep: III. Regulation of energy metabolism.
P. L. Greenwood;A. S. Hunt;R. M. Slepetis;K. D. Finnerty.
Journal of Animal Science (2002)
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