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Monoterpenoid content of sage grouse ingesta

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Welch, Bruce L, Pederson, Jordan C, and Rodriguez, Ronald L, Monoterpenoid content of sage grouse ingesta: .

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We tested the hypothesis that the monoterpenoid levels in the ingesta from various digestive organs of sage grouse are less than that expected from the big sagebrush leaves ingested. Results supported the hypothesis. Dramatic reductions occurred between the gizzard and duodenum. Monoterpenoid levels in the ceca were nil; thus adverse effects of monoterpenoids on ceca microbes would also be nil. Published in Journal of Chemical Ecology, volume 15, issue 3, on pages 961 - 969, in 1989.

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