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John Scott Radcliffe

Animal Sciences 

  • Associate Professor of Animal Sciences
765.496.7718
765.494.9346
CRTN Room 3054
270 S. Russell St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2041

Area of Expertise: Swine Nutrition

Education: B.S., M.S., and Ph.D., Virginia Tech

Research Program

Teaching

ANSC 32400 - Applied Animal Nutrition - course website
 

News Releases

Animal Agriculture is focus of Purdue Ag Forecast discussion - Purdue News, January 2011

Going with the Grains: Livestock diet made with leftovers - Purdue Agricultures Magazine, Summer 2009

Selected Publications

Ni, J., Diehl, C. A., Liu, S., Lopes, I. M., Radcliffe, J. S., & Richert, B. T. (2015). An innovative ventilation monitoring system at a pig experimental building. Animal Environment and Welfare - Proceedings of International Symposium, 58-65.

Walsh, M., Rostagno, M., Gardiner, G., Sutton, A., Richert, B., & Radcliffe, J. S. (2012). Controlling Salmonella infection in weanling pigs through water delivery of direct fed microbials or organic acids; Part II. Effects on intestinal histology and active nutrient transport. J. Anim. Sci, 90.

Radcliffe, J. S., & Fontenot, J. (2012). Ervin Thaddeus Kornegay (1931-1999): A Brief Biography. J. Anim. Sci, 89, 2956-2957.

Radcliffe, J. S. (2012). Nonruminant nutrition symposium: Nutrient and non-nutrient sensing and signaling in the gastrointestinal tract. J. Anim. Sci, 89, 1853-1853.

Horn, N., Applegate, T., & Adeola, O. (2010). Gut morphology and nutrient retention responses of broiler. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 90, 513-520.

Saddoris, K., & Fleet, J. (2010). Sodium-dependent phosphate uptake in the jejunum is post-transcriptionally regulated in pigs fed a low-phosphorus diet and is independent of dietary calcium concentration. Journal of Nutrition, 140, 731-736.

Moe, S., Zidehsarai, M., Chambers, M., Jackman, L., Trevino, L., Donahue, S., & Asplin, J. (in press). Vegetarian Compared with Meat Dietary Protein Source and Phosphorus Homeostasis in Chronic Kidney Disease. Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology.

Walsh, M., Rostagno, M., Gardiner, G., Sutton, A., & Radcliffe, J. S. (2012). Controlling Salmonella infection in weanling pigs through water delivery of direct-fed microbials or organic acids; Part I. Effects on growth performance, microbial populations and immune status. Journal of Animal Science, 90, 261-271. Retrieved from jas.fass.org

Moe, S., Chen, N., Seifert, M., Sinders, R., Duan, D., Chen, X., . . . Gattone, V. (in press). A rat model of chronic kidney disease-mineral bone disorder. Kidney International.

Hinson, R., Schinckel, A., Radcliffe, J. S., Allee, G., & Sutton, A. (2009). Effect of feeding reduced crude protein and phosphorus diets on weaning-finishin pig growth performance, carcass characteristics, and bone characterisitics. Journal of Animal Science, 87, 1502-1517.

Department of Animal Sciences, 270 S Russell Street, West Lafayette, IN 47907 USA, (765) 494-4808

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