Todd F. Robinson
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Carbon isotope fractionation between diet, breath CO2, and bioapatite in different mammals
BH Passey, TF Robinson, LK Ayliffe, TE Cerling, M Sponheimer, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 32 (10), 1459-1470, 2005
Nitrogen isotopes in mammalian herbivores: hair δ15N values from a controlled feeding study
M Sponheimer, T Robinson, L Ayliffe, B Roeder, J Hammer, B Passey, ...
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 13 (1‐2), 80-87, 2003
An experimental study of carbon-isotope fractionation between diet, hair, and feces of mammalian herbivores
M Sponheimer, T Robinson, L Ayliffe, B Passey, B Roeder, L Shipley, ...
Canadian Journal of Zoology 81 (5), 871-876, 2003
Turnover of carbon isotopes in tail hair and breath CO2 of horses fed an isotopically varied diet
LK Ayliffe, TE Cerling, T Robinson, AG West, M Sponheimer, BH Passey, ...
Oecologia 139, 11-22, 2004
Sulphur isotopes in palaeodietary studies: a review and results from a controlled feeding experiment
MP Richards, BT Fuller, M Sponheimer, T Robinson, L Ayliffe
International Journal of Osteoarchaeology 13 (1‐2), 37-45, 2003
Diets of southern African Bovidae: stable isotope evidence
M Sponheimer, JA Lee-Thorp, DJ DeRuiter, JM Smith, NJ Van Der Merwe, ...
Journal of Mammalogy 84 (2), 471-479, 2003
An experimental study of nitrogen flux in llamas: is 14N preferentially excreted?
M Sponheimer, TF Robinson, BL Roeder, BH Passey, LK Ayliffe, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 30 (12), 1649-1655, 2003
Turnover of stable carbon isotopes in the muscle, liver, and breath CO2 of alpacas (Lama pacos)
M Sponheimer, TF Robinson, TE Cerling, L Tegland, BL Roeder, L Ayliffe, ...
Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry: An International Journal Devoted …, 2006
Digestion and passage rates of grass hays by llamas, alpacas, goats, rabbits, and horses
M Sponheimer, T Robinson, B Roeder, J Hammer, L Ayliffe, B Passey, ...
Small Ruminant Research 48 (2), 149-154, 2003
Inverse methods for estimating primary input signals from time-averaged isotope profiles
BH Passey, TE Cerling, GT Schuster, TF Robinson, BL Roeder, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 69 (16), 4101-4116, 2005
Short‐term diet changes revealed using stable carbon isotopes in horse tail‐hair
AG West, LK Ayliffe, TE Cerling, TF Robinson, B Karren, MD Dearing, ...
Functional Ecology 18 (4), 616-624, 2004
Impact of composition manipulation on lean lamb production in the United States
DH Beermann, TF Robinson, DE Hogue
Journal of Animal Science 73 (8), 2493-2502, 1995
Assessing diet in savanna herbivores using stable carbon isotope ratios of faeces
D Codron, J Codron, M Sponheimer, JA Lee-Thorp, T Robinson, ...
Koedoe 48 (1), 115-124, 2005
Digestibility, nitrogen balance, and blood metabolites in llama (Lama glama) and alpaca (Lama pacos) fed barley or barley alfalfa diets
HL Davies, TF Robinson, BL Roeder, ME Sharp, NP Johnston, ...
Small Ruminant Research 73 (1-3), 1-7, 2007
The beta-agonist cimaterol directly enhances chronic protein accretion in skeletal muscle
TM Byrem, DH Beermann, TF Robinson
Journal of animal science 76 (4), 988-998, 1998
Digestibility and nitrogen retention in llamas and goats fed alfalfa, C3 grass, and C4 grass hays
TF Robinson, M Sponheimer, BL Roeder, B Passey, TE Cerling, ...
Small Ruminant Research 64 (1-2), 162-168, 2006
Abomasal casein infusion and exogenous somatotropin enhance nitrogen utilization by growing lambs
DH Beermann, TF Robinson, TM Byrem, DE Hogue, AW Bell, ...
The Journal of nutrition 121 (12), 2020-2028, 1991
Nitrogen balance and blood metabolites of alpaca (Lama pacos) fed three forages of different protein content
TF Robinson, BL Roeder, GB Schaalje, JD Hammer, S Burton, ...
Small Ruminant Research 58 (2), 123-133, 2005
Body condition and blood metabolite characterization of alpaca (Lama pacos) three months prepartum and offspring three months postpartum
S Burton, TF Robinson, BL Roeder, NP Johnston, EV Latorre, SB Reyes, ...
Small ruminant research 48 (2), 69-76, 2003
Effects of a dietary mixture of meat and bone meal, feather meal, blood meal, and fish meal on nitrogen utilization in finishing Holstein steers
WF Knaus, DH Beermann, TF Robinson, DG Fox, KD Finnerty
Journal of animal science 76 (5), 1481-1487, 1998
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