1981 - Animal Management Award, American Society of Animal Science
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Environmental chemistry and Ammonia. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Lesion, Observation period, Gestation, Feed conversion ratio and Weanling. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Eimeria acervulina and Lymphocyte.
His Environmental chemistry study which covers Inorganic chemistry that intersects with Body weight. His Hyperthermia research integrates issues from Anorectic, Anorexia, Metabolism and Glucocorticoid. His Prostaglandin research incorporates elements of Endogeny, Estrogen and Abdominal discomfort.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Feed conversion ratio, Body weight, Weight gain and Randomized block design. His Animal science study typically links adjacent topics like Veterinary medicine. His Weanling research extends to the thematically linked field of Feed conversion ratio.
His study brings together the fields of Stocking rate and Body weight. While working on this project, he studies both Weight gain and Stressor. Stanley E. Curtis conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Randomized block design and Allowance through his research.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Randomized block design, Weaning, Body weight and Production system. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Veterinary medicine, Endocrinology, Random allocation and Biochemistry. Stanley E. Curtis combines subjects such as Litter, Skin lesion, Gestation and Body condition with his study of Veterinary medicine.
By researching both Randomized block design and Environmental temperature, Stanley E. Curtis produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His research in Weaning intersects with topics in Feed conversion ratio and Lesion. As part of the same scientific family, Stanley E. Curtis usually focuses on Body weight, concentrating on Stocking rate and intersecting with Crossbreed and Coefficient of variation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Randomized block design, Weight gain, Veterinary medicine and Weaning. His Animal science research incorporates themes from Lesion and Ultrasonography. His study in Lesion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Litter, Body condition, Gestation and Skin lesion.
His Ultrasonography study incorporates themes from Body weight, Stocking rate and Random allocation. Stanley E. Curtis has included themes like Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Acid–base homeostasis, Creatine kinase and Lactic acid in his Longissimus muscle study. His studies deal with areas such as Glycolysis, Bicarbonate, Glycogen and Rectal temperature as well as Acid–base homeostasis.
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Environmental Management in Animal Agriculture
Stanley E. Curtis.
Multiple Concurrent Stressors in Chicks.3. Effects on Plasma Corticosterone and the Heterophil:Lymphocyte Ratio
James M. McFARLANE;Stanley E. Curtis.
Poultry Science (1989)
Behavior and Performance of Weanling Pigs in Pens Equipped with Hide Areas
John J. McGlone;Stanley E. Curtis.
Journal of Animal Science (1985)
Body surface area of female swine.
K. W. Kelley;S. E. Curtis;G. T. Marzan;H. M. Karara.
Journal of Animal Science (1973)
Effects of Aerial Ammonia on Growth and Health of Young Pigs
John G. Drummond;Stanley E. Curtis;Joseph Simon;Horace W. Norton.
Journal of Animal Science (1980)
Sickness behavior in birds caused by peripheral or central injection of endotoxin
R. W. Johnson;S. E. Curtis;R. Dantzer;J. M. Bahr.
Physiology & Behavior (1993)
Central and peripheral prostaglandins are involved in sickness behavior in birds
Rodney W Johnson;S. E. Curtis;R. Dantzer;K. W. Kelley.
Physiology & Behavior (1993)
Immunoglobulins in piglets from sows heat-stressed prepartum.
Raul Machado-Neto;Charles N. Graves;Stanley E. Curtis.
Journal of Animal Science (1987)
Electro-immobilization versus mechanical restraint in an avoid-avoid choice test for ewes.
Temple Grandin;Stanley E. Curtis;Tina M. Widowski;John C. Thurmon.
Journal of Animal Science (1986)
Behavioral Responses of Periparturient Sows and Juvenile Pigs to Prostaglandin F2α
Tina M. Widowski;Stanley E. Curtis.
Journal of Animal Science (1989)
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