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2010Assessment of acute pain experienced by piglets from ear-tagging, ear notching and intraperitoneal injectable transpondersHarvey (Holyoake), Patricia; Hernandez-Jover, Marta; Leslie, Edwina; Newman, Ronald; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyAssessment of acute pain experienced by piglets from ear-tagging, ear notching and intraperitoneal injectable transponders, Applied Animal Behaviour Science, vol.127, N/A, 2010,pp 86-95
2014Dietary fatty acids affect the growth, body composition and performance of post-weaning gilt progenyDowning, Jeffrey; Newman, Ronald; Thomson, Peter; Wilkinson, Stuart; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyDietary fatty acids affect the growth, body composition and performance of post-weaning gilt progeny, Animal Production Science, vol.54, 3, 2014,pp 329-338
2002Dietary n-3 and n-6 acids alter avian metabolism : metabolism and abdominal fat depositionBryden, Wayne; Downing, Jeffrey; Newman, Ronald; Ashes, John; Buttemer, William; Fleck, Eva; Storlien, Leonard; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyDietary n-3 and n-6 acids alter avian metabolism : metabolism and abdominal fat deposition, The British Journal of Nutrition: an international journal of nutritional science, vol.88,(1),2002,pp 11-18
2002Dietary n-3 and n-6 acids alter avian metabolism: molecular - species composition of breast - muscle phospholipidsBryden, Wayne; Downing, Jeffrey; Newman, Ronald; Ashes, John; Fleck, Eva; Storlien, L; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyDietary n-3 and n-6 acids alter avian metabolism: molecular - species composition of breast - muscle phospholipids, The British Journal of Nutrition: an international journal of nutritional science, vol.88, 1,pp 19-28
2005Dietary n-3 and n-6 fatty acids alter avian glucose metabolismBryden, Wayne; Downing, Jeffrey; Kirby, Adrienne; Newman, Ronald; Storlein, L. H.; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; Vet Science FacultyDietary n-3 and n-6 fatty acids alter avian glucose metabolism, British Poultry Science, vol.46,(1),2005,pp 104-113
2003Dietary n-3 and n-6 fatty acids alter avian pituitary sensitivityBryden, Wayne; Downing, Jeffrey; Kirby, Adrienne; Newman, Ronald; Storlien, Leonard; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; Vet Science FacultyDietary n-3 and n-6 fatty acids alter avian pituitary sensitivity, Nutritional Neuroscience, vol.6,(6),2003,pp 343-350
2008Ghrelin secretion is more closely aligned to energy balance than with feeding behaviour in the grower pigGresham, Michele; Newman, Ronald; Scrimgeour, Kaylene; Thomson, Peter; Wynn, Peter; Giles, L. R.; Animal Science; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Animal ScienceGhrelin secretion is more closely aligned to energy balance than with feeding behaviour in the grower pig, Journal of Endocrinology, vol.198, N/A, 2008,pp 135-145
2006Ghrelin secretion is more closely aligned to energy balance than with feeding behaviour in the grower pigNewman, Ronald; Scrimgeour, Kaylene; Thomson, Peter; Wynn, Peter; Gresham, M.J; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Animal ScienceGhrelin secretion is more closely aligned to energy balance than with feeding behaviour in the grower pig, Journal of Animal Science, vol.85,(Supplement 1),2006,pp 621-621
2014Insulin secretion, body composition and pig performance are altered by feeding patternDowning, Jeffrey; Newman, Ronald; Thomson, Peter; Wilkinson, Stuart; Collins, Cherie; Henman, David; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science Faculty; Vet Science FacultyInsulin secretion, body composition and pig performance are altered by feeding pattern, Animal Production Science, vol.54, 3, 2014,pp 319-328