Professor of Physiology and Nutrition
Dr. Hillar Klandorf earned bachelor of science degrees in biochemistry from the University of California and in animal physiology from the University of Arizona. His doctorate is from the British Council for National Academic Awards (CNAA). At WVU Dr. Klandorf teaches courses in professional field experience, companion animal science, introduction to animal physiology, and professional orientation.
- Settle, T., Falkenstein, E., & Klandorf, H. (2015). The effect of allopurinol administration on mitochondrial respiration and gene expression of xanthine oxidoreductase, inducible nitric oxide synthase, and inflammatory cytokines in selected tissues of broiler chickens. Poultry science. 94. DOI:10.3382/ps/pev193.
- Settle, T., Carro, M., Falkenstein, E., & Radke, W., & Klandorf, H. (2012). The effects of allopurinol, uric acid, and inosine administration on xanthine oxidoreductase activity and uric acid concentrations in broilers. Poultry science. 91. 2895-903. DOI:10.3382/ps.2012-02321.
- C. Chaney Jr, R., Blemings, K., Bonner, J., & Klandorf, H. (2009). Pentosidine as a Measure of Chronological Age in Wild Birds. The Auk. 120. 394-399. DOI:10.1642/0004-8038(2003)120[0394:PAAMOC]2.0.CO;2.
- Fallon, J., Radke, W., & Klandorf, H. (2009). Stability of pentosidine concentrations in museum study skins. The Auk. 123. 148-152. DOI:10.1642/0004-8038(2006)123[0148:SOPCIM]2.0.CO;2.
- Fallon, J., Cochrane, R., Dorr, B., & Klandorf, H. (2009). Interspecies comparison of pentosidine accumulation and its correlation with age in birds. The Auk. 123. 870-876. DOI:10.1642/0004-8038(2006)123[870:ICOPAA]2.0.CO;2.