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2015Comparison of gut fill in sheep (Ovis aries) measured by intake, digestibility, and digesta retention compared with measurements at harvestMunn, Adam; Savage, Thomas; Van Ekris-Schouten, Irene; Clauß, Marcus; Peilon, Alice; Price, Elizabeth; Stewart, Mathew; Vet Science Faculty; Geosciences; Vet Science FacultyComparison of gut fill in sheep (Ovis aries) measured by intake, digestibility, and digesta retention compared with measurements at harvest, Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne de Zoologie, vol.93, 10, 2015,pp 747-753
2010Coping with chaos: unpredictable food supplies intensify torpor use in an arid-zone marsupial, the fat-tailed dunnart (Sminthopsis crassicaudata)Kern, Pippa; McAllan, Bronwyn; Munn, Adam; Vet Science Faculty; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Vet Science FacultyCoping with chaos: unpredictable food supplies intensify torpor use in an arid-zone marsupial, the fat-tailed dunnart (Sminthopsis crassicaudata), Naturwissenschaften, vol.97, 6,pp 601-605
2008Could a big gut be too costly for muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) in their first winter?Munn, Adam; Barboza, Perry; Vet Science FacultyCould a big gut be too costly for muskoxen (Ovibos moschatus) in their first winter?, Zoology, vol.111, 5, 2008,pp 350-362
2006Digestive plasticity of the small intestine and the fermentative hindgut in a marsupial herbivore, the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii)Hume, Ian; Munn, Adam; Banks, Peter; Biological Sciences; Vet Science FacultyDigestive plasticity of the small intestine and the fermentative hindgut in a marsupial herbivore, the tammar wallaby (Macropus eugenii), Australian Journal of Zoology, vol.54,(4),2006,pp 287-291
2004The ecophysiology of survival in juvenile red kangaroos (Macropus rufus): greater demands and higher costs.Munn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; Vet Science FacultyThe ecophysiology of survival in juvenile red kangaroos (Macropus rufus): greater demands and higher costs., Australian Mammalogy, vol.26,(2),2004,pp 161-168
2016The effect of feed intake on digesta passage, digestive organ fill and mass, and digesta dry matter content in sheep (Ovis aries): Flexibility in digestion but not in water reabsorptionMunn, Adam; Savage, Thomas; Van Ekris-Schouten, Irene; Clauss, M; Peilon, Alice; Price, Elizabeth; Stewart, Mathew; Vet Science Faculty; Geosciences; Vet Science FacultyThe effect of feed intake on digesta passage, digestive organ fill and mass, and digesta dry matter content in sheep (Ovis aries): Flexibility in digestion but not in water reabsorption, Small Ruminant Research, vol.138, N/A, 2016,pp 12-19
2006Endogenous nitrogen excretion by red kangaroos (Macropus rufus): Effects of animal age and forage qualityHume, Ian; Dawson, Terence; Munn, Adam; Biological SciencesEndogenous nitrogen excretion by red kangaroos (Macropus rufus): Effects of animal age and forage quality, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, vol.79,(2),2006,pp 424-436
2006Endogenous nitrogen excretion by red kangaroos (Macropus rufus): effects of animal age and forage quality.Hume, Ian; Munn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; Biological Sciences; Vet Science FacultyEndogenous nitrogen excretion by red kangaroos (Macropus rufus): effects of animal age and forage quality., Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, vol.79,(2),2006,pp 424-436
2003Energy requirements of the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus): impacts of age, growth and body size in a large desert-dwelling herbivore.Munn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; Vet Science FacultyEnergy requirements of the red kangaroo (Macropus rufus): impacts of age, growth and body size in a large desert-dwelling herbivore., Journal of Comparative Physiology B, vol.173,(7),2003,pp 575-582
2013Energy, water and space use by free-living red kangaroos Macropus rufus and domestic sheep Ovis aries in an Australian rangelandMunn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; Dennis, Todd; Maloney, Shane K.; McLeod, S. R.; Biological SciencesEnergy, water and space use by free-living red kangaroos Macropus rufus and domestic sheep Ovis aries in an Australian rangeland, Journal of Comparative Physiology B: biochemical, systemic, and environmental physiology, vol.183, 6, 2013,pp 843-858
2010Feeding biology of two functionally different foregut-fermenting mammals, the marsupial red kangaroo and the ruminant sheep: how physiological ecology can inform land managementMunn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; McLeod, S. R.; Vet Science FacultyFeeding biology of two functionally different foregut-fermenting mammals, the marsupial red kangaroo and the ruminant sheep: how physiological ecology can inform land management, Journal of Zoology, vol.282, 4,pp 226-237
2009Field metabolic rate and water turnover of red kangaroos and sheep in an arid rangeland: an empirically derived dry-sheep-equivalent for kangaroosDickman, Christopher; Munn, Adam; Thompson, Michael; Croft, D. B.; Dawson, Terence J; McLeod, S. R.; Biological Sciences; Vet Science Faculty; Biological SciencesField metabolic rate and water turnover of red kangaroos and sheep in an arid rangeland: an empirically derived dry-sheep-equivalent for kangaroos, Australian Journal of Zoology, vol.57, 1, 2009,pp 23-28
2016Field metabolic rate, movement distance, and grazing pressures by western grey kangaroos (Macropus fuliginosus melanops) and Merino sheep (Ovis aries) in semi-arid AustraliaKalkman, Lauren; Munn, Adam; Skeers, Peta; Bailey, J; Dawson, Terence J.; Roberts, J; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyField metabolic rate, movement distance, and grazing pressures by western grey kangaroos (Macropus fuliginosus melanops) and Merino sheep (Ovis aries) in semi-arid Australia, Mammalian Biology, vol.81, 4, 2016,pp 423-430
2006Forage fibre digestion, rates of feed passage and gut fill in juvenile and adult red kangaroos (Macropus rufus Desmarest): why body size matters.Munn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; Vet Science FacultyForage fibre digestion, rates of feed passage and gut fill in juvenile and adult red kangaroos (Macropus rufus Desmarest): why body size matters., The Journal of Experimental Biology, vol.209,(8),2006,pp 1535-1547
2009Hindgut Plasticity in Wallabies Fed Hay either Unchopped or Ground and Pelleted: Fiber Is Not the Only FactorClissold, Fiona; Dickman, Christopher; Hume, Ian; Munn, Adam; Tarszisz, Esther; Kimpton, Kathleen; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Vet Science Faculty; Biological SciencesHindgut Plasticity in Wallabies Fed Hay either Unchopped or Ground and Pelleted: Fiber Is Not the Only Factor, Physiological and Biochemical Zoology: ecological and evolutionary approaches, vol.82, 3,pp 270-279
2003How important is milk for near-weaned red kangaroos (Macropus rufus) fed different forages?Munn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J.; Vet Science FacultyHow important is milk for near-weaned red kangaroos (Macropus rufus) fed different forages?, Journal of Comparative Physiology B, vol.173,(2),2003,pp 141-148
2008Mechanistic explanations for juvenile kangaroo mortalities: broad implications for the population dynamics of large herbivores during climate changeMunn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J; Vet Science FacultyMechanistic explanations for juvenile kangaroo mortalities: broad implications for the population dynamics of large herbivores during climate change, 4th CPB Meeting in Africa: MARA 2008 - Molecules to Migration: The Pressures of Life, vol.N/A,(),2008,pp 349-360
2010Mechanistic explanations for the drought-related mortality of juvenile red kangaroos: implications for population dynamics and modellingMunn, Adam; Dawson, Terence J; Vet Science FacultyMechanistic explanations for the drought-related mortality of juvenile red kangaroos: implications for population dynamics and modelling in Macropods: The Biology of Kangaroos, Wallabies & Rat-kangaroos, CSIRO Publishing, 2010, pp. 117-126
2008Modelling digestive constraints in non-ruminant and ruminant foregut-fermenting mammalsMunn, Adam; Clauss, M; Hummel, J; Streich, W; Vet Science FacultyModelling digestive constraints in non-ruminant and ruminant foregut-fermenting mammals, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology. Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology, vol.151, N/A, 2008,pp 78-84
2007No appreciable change in kangaroo carcase weights during chiller storageMunn, Adam; Payne, Nicola; Vet Science FacultyNo appreciable change in kangaroo carcase weights during chiller storage, Australian Zoologist, vol.34,(N/A),2007,pp 184-189