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2. Garfinkel, D. A simulation study of the metabolism and compartmentation in brain of glutamate, aspartate, the krebs cycle and related metabolites. J. Biol. Chem. 1966, 241, 3918 3925.

3. Black, A.L.; Kaneko, J.J.; Smith, A.H. A Festschrift Commemorating the Centennial Birth of Max Kleiber; University of California: Davis, CA, 1993; 16.

4. Thornley, J.H.M.; France, J. Role of Modeling in Animal Production Research and Extension Work. In Modeling Ruminant Digestion and Metabolism; Baldwin, R.L., Bywater, A.C., Eds.; Department of Animal Science University of California at Davis: Davis, CA, 1984.

5. Smith, N.E. Quantitative Simulation Analyses of Ruminant

Metabolic Functions: Basal; Lactation; Milk Fat Depres sion. Ph.D. Dissertation; University of California: Davis, CA, 1970.

6. Garfinkle, D. A machine independent language for the simulation of complex chemical and biochemical systems. Computers Biomed. Res. 1968, 2, 31 45.

7. Smith, N.E.; Baldwin, R.L. Effects of breed, pregnancy, and lactation on weights of organs and tissues in dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci. 1974, 57, 1055 1060.

8. Johnson, D.E.; Johnson, K.A.; Baldwin, R.L. Changes in liver and gastrointestinal tract energy demands in response to physiological workload in ruminants. J. Nutr. 1990,120, 649 655.

9. Baldwin, R.L.; Koong, L.J.; Ulyatt, M.J. A dynamic model of ruminant digestion for evaluation of factors affecting nutritive value. Ag. Syst. 1977, 2, 255 288.

10. Baldwin R.L., Jr.; Smith, N.A. Molecular Control of Energy Metabolism. In The Control of Metabolism; Sink, J.D., Ed.; Pennsylvania State University Press: University Park, PA, 1974; 17 34.

11. Baldwin, R.L.; Forsberg, N.E.; Hu, C.Y. Potential for altering energy partition in the lactating cow. J. Dairy Sci. 1985, 68, 3394 3402.

12. Yang, Y.T.; Baldwin, R.L. Preparation and metabolism of isolated cells from bovine adipose tissue. J. Dairy Sci. 1973, 56, 350 365.

13. Yang, Y.T.; Baldwin, R.L. Lipolysis in isolated cow adipose cells. J. Dairy Sci. 1973, 56, 366 374.

14. Yang, Y.T.; Baldwin, R.L.; Garrett, W.N. Effects of die tary lipid supplementation on adipose tissue metabolism in lambs and steers. J. Anim. Sci. 1978, 47, 686 690.

15. Yang, Y.T.; Rohde, J.M.; Baldwin, R.L. Dietary lipid metabolism in lactating dairy cows. J. Dairy Sci. 1978, 61, 1400 1406.

16. McNamara, J.P.; Baldwin, R.L. Estimation of parameters describing lipid metabolism in lactation: Challenge of existing knowledge described in a model of metabolism. J. Dairy Sci. 2000, 83, 128 143.

17. Baldwin, R.L. History and Future of Modeling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals. In Modelling Nutrient Utilization in Farm Animals; McNamara, J.P., France, J., Beever, D.E., Eds.; CAB International: Wallingford, UK, 2000; 1 9.

18. Forsberg, N.E.; Baldwin, R.L.; Smith, N.E. Roles of acetate and its interactions with glucose and lactate in cow mammary tissue. J. Dairy Sci. 1984, 67, 2247 2254.

19. Forsberg, N.E.; Baldwin, R.L.; Smith, N.E. Roles of glucose and its interactions with acetate in maintenance and biosynthesis in bovine mammary tissue. J. Dairy Sci. 1985, 68, 2544 2549.

20. Forsberg, N.E.; Baldwin, R.L.; Smith, N.E. Roles of lactate and its interactions with acetate in maintenance and biosynthesis in bovine mammary tissue. J. Dairy Sci. 1985, 68, 2550 2556.

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