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S. Ş, ÖZCAN, G., ÇİÇEK, H., Ş, M., Ş, ürhan, and ŞIK, Ş., Effect of stocking rate on pasture and sheep production in winter and spring lambing systems, TURKISH JOURNAL OF VETERINARY AND ANIMAL SCIENCES, vol. 40, pp. 476 - 489, 2016.
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C. S and C. Baker, S., Captive-born intergeneric hybrid of a Guiana and bottlenose dolphin: Sotalia guianensis x Tursiops truncatus, Zoo Biology, 2009.
M.  S, Optimizing a Protocol for the High-throughput Phenotyping of Armillaria Resistance in Pear, Acta Horticulturae, 2018.
M. S., Tuck, B., and Humphreys, C., Alternative Rotation Crops: Peas, Special Report 1061, 2005 Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center Annual Report, 2005.
M. Safeeq, Mauger, G. S., Grant, G. E., Arismendi, I., Hamlet, A. F., and Lee, S. - Y., Comparing Large-Scale Hydrological Model Predictions with Observed Streamflow in the Pacific Northwest: Effects of Climate and Groundwater*, Journal of Hydrometeorology, vol. 15, no. 6, pp. 2501 - 2521, 2014.
M. Safeeq, Shukla, S., Arismendi, I., Grant, G. E., Lewis, S. L., and Nolin, A., Influence of winter season climate variability on snow-precipitation ratio in the western United States, International Journal of Climatology, vol. 36, no. 9, pp. 3175 - 3190, 2016.
R. Sagili, Pankiw, T., and Zhu-Salzman, K., Effects of soybean trypsin inhibitor on hypopharyngeal gland protein content, total midgut protease activity and survival of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.), Journal of insect physiology, vol. 51, pp. 953–957, 2005.
R. Sagili, Pankiw, T., and Zhu-Salzman, K., Effects of soybean trypsin inhibitor on hypopharyngeal gland protein content, total midgut protease activity and survival of the honey bee (Apis mellifera L.)., J Insect Physiol, vol. 51, no. 9, pp. 953-7, 2005.
R. Sagili and Pankiw, T., Effects of brood pheromone modulated brood rearing behaviors on honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) colony growth, Journal of insect behavior, vol. 22, pp. 339–349, 2009.
R. Sagili, Breece, C. R., Martens, B. R., Simmons, R., and Borden, J. H., Potential of Honey Bee Brood Pheromone to Enhance Foraging and Yield in Hybrid Carrot Seed, HortTechnology, vol. 25, no. 1, pp. 98-104, 2015.
R. Sagili and Breece, C. R., Effects of brood pheromone (SuperBoost) on consumption of protein supplement and growth of honey bee (Hymenoptera: Apidae) colonies during fall in a northern temperate climate., J Econ Entomol, vol. 105, no. 4, pp. 1134-8, 2012.
R. Sagili, Pankiw, T., and Metz, B. N., Division of labor associated with brood rearing in the honey bee: how does it translate to colony fitness?, PLoS One, vol. 6, p. e16785, 2011.
R. Sagili, Metz, B. N., Lucas, H. M., Chakrabarti, P., and Breece, C. R., Honey bees consider larval nutritional status rather than genetic relatedness when selecting larvae for emergency queen rearing., Sci Rep, vol. 8, no. 1, p. 7679, 2018.
R. Sagili and Pankiw, T., Effects of protein-constrained brood food on honey bee (Apis mellifera L.) pollen foraging and colony growth, Behavioral ecology and sociobiology, vol. 61, pp. 1471–1478, 2007.
R. Sagili, Breece, C., Cline, A., and Marshall, C., First report of Brachypeplus basalis Erichson, 1842 (Coleoptera: Nitidulidae) infesting honey bee hives in Oregon, U.S.A., Pan-Pacific Entomologist, vol. 92, no. 4, pp. 213 - 216, 2016.
R. Sagili, Evaluation of physiological and pheromonal factors regulating honey bee, Apis mellifera L.(Hymenoptera: Apidae) foraging and colony growth, 2009.
R. Sagili and Marshall, C., First report of Apocephalus borealis Brues, 1924 (Diptera: Phoridae) parasitizing honey bees in Oregon, U.S.A., Pan-Pacific Entomologist, vol. 92, no. 3, pp. 168 - 169, 2016.
R. Sagili and Burgett, D. M., Evaluating honey bee colonies for pollination: a guide for commercial growers and beekeepers. Oregon State University Extension Service, 2011.
L. Sahlfeld, Hazzard, T. M., and Kutzler, M. A., Cellular Characteristics of Cultured Canine Trophoblasts, Reproduction in Domestic Animals, vol. 47143421421281233325944532574171871031479, no. Suppl ASuppl ASuppl4 Suppl 1, pp. 161 - 164, 2012.
J. Kumar Sahu, Kumar, D., Murthy, G. S., and Tiwari, G., Microwave and Radio Frequency Heating of Food Products, in Introduction to Advanced Food Process Engineering, CRC Press, 2014, pp. 3–30.
K. S. Saili, Corvi, M. M., Weber, D. N., Patel, A. U., Das, S. R., Przybyla, J., Anderson, K. A., and Tanguay, R. L., Neurodevelopmental low-dose bisphenol A exposure leads to early life-stage hyperactivity and learning deficits in adult zebrafish., Toxicology, vol. 291, no. 1-3, pp. 83-92, 2012.
K. S. Saili, Corvi, M. M., Weber, D. N., Patel, A. U., Das, S. R., Przybyla, J., Anderson, K. A., and Tanguay, R. L., Neurodevelopmental low-dose bisphenol A exposure leads to early life-stage hyperactivity and learning deficits in adult zebrafish, Toxicology, vol. 291, no. 1-3, pp. 83 - 92, 2012.
K. S. Saili, Tilton, S. C., Waters, K. M., and Tanguay, R. L., Global gene expression analysis reveals pathway differences between teratogenic and non-teratogenic exposure concentrations of bisphenol A and 17β-estradiol in embryonic zebrafish., Reprod Toxicol, vol. 38, pp. 89-101, 2013.
K. S. Saili, Tilton, F., Waters, K. M., and Tanguay, R. L., Global gene expression analysis reveals pathway differences between teratogenic and non-teratogenic exposure concentrations of bisphenol A and 17β-estradiol in embryonic zebrafish, Reproductive Toxicology, vol. 38, pp. 89 - 101, 2013.
H. Saito and Gopinath, M., KNOWLEDGE SPILLOVERS, ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY, AND SKILL INTENSITY OF CHILEAN MANUFACTURING PLANTS*, Journal of Regional Science, vol. 51, pp. 83–101, 2011.

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