Items where Subject is "Australian and New Zealand Standard Research Classification > AGRICULTURAL AND VETERINARY SCIENCES (070000) > ANIMAL PRODUCTION (070200)"
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Blundell, John E., Caudwell, Phillipa, Gibbons, Catherine, Hopkins, Mark, Naslund, Erik, King, Neil A., et al. (2011) Body composition and appetite : fat-free mass (but not fat mass or BMI) is positively associated with self-determined meal size and daily energy intake in humans. The British Journal of Nutrition.
Liu, Ailing, Byrne, Nuala, Kagawa, Masaharu, Ma, Guansheng, Poh, Bee Koon, Ismail, Mohammad Noor, et al. (2011) Ethnic differences in the relationship between body mass index and percentage body fat among Asian children from different backgrounds. The British Journal of Nutrition: an international journal of nutritional science, 106(9), pp. 1390-1397.
Mengersen, Kerrie L. & Whittle, Peter (2011) Improving accuracy and intelligibility of decisions. Zeitschrift für Verbraucherschutz und Lebensmittelsicherheit (Journal of Consumer Protection and Food Safety).
Miller, Michelle, Daniels, Lynne, Bannerman, Elaine, & Crotty, Maria (2005) Resting energy expenditure measured longitudinally following hip fracture compared to predictive equations: is an injury adjustment required? British Journal of Nutrition, 94, pp. 976-982.
Noble, Glenys, Houghton, E., Roberts, C., Faustino-Kemp, J., de Kock, S.S., Swanepoel, B., et al. (2007) Effect of exercise, training, circadian rhythm, age, and sex on insulin-like growth factor-1 in the horse. Journal of Animal Science: leading source of new knowledge and perspectives in animal science, 85(1), pp. 163-171.
Richards, Carol & Lawrence, Geoffrey (2009) Adaptation and change in Queensland’s rangelands : cell grazing as an emerging ideology of pastoral-ecology. Land Use Policy, 26(3), pp. 630-639.
Saifzadeh, Siamak, Hobbenaghi, Rahim, Asri-Rezaei, S., Shokouhi, F., Dalir Naghadeh, Bahram, & Rohi, M. (2008) Evaluation of 'section-ligation-release (SLR)' technique devised for castration in the stallion. Reproduction in Domestic Animals: physiology, pathology, biotechnology, 43(6), pp. 678-684.
Sarrafzadeh-Rezaei, Farshid, Saifzadeh, Siamak, Mazaheri, R., & Behfar, M. (2008) First report of vaginal prolapse in a bitch treated with oestrogen. Animal Reproduction Science, 106(1), pp. 194-199.
Sillence, Martin, Hooper, J., Zhou, G.H., Liu, Q., & Munn, Kellie (2005) Characterization of porcine (beta)1- and (beta)2-adrenergic receptors in heart, skeletal muscle, and adipose tissue, and the identification of an atypical (beta)-adrenergic binding site. Journal of Animal Science: leading source of new knowledge and perspectives in animal science, 83(10), pp. 2339-2348.
Sinn, Natalie, Milte, Catherine, Street, Steve, Buckley, Jonathan, Coates, Alison, Petkov, John, et al. (2011) Effects of n-3 fatty acids, EPA v. DHA, on depressive symptoms, quality of life, memory and executive function in older adults with mild cognitive impairment: a 6-month randomised controlled trial. The British Journal of Nutrition: an international journal of nutritional science, Online(Online), pp. 1-12.
Teankum, K, Pospischil, Andreas, Janett, Fredi, Brugnera, Enrico, Hoelzle, Ludwig, Hoelzle, Katharina, et al. (2007) Prevalence of chlamydiae in semen and genital tracts of bulls, rams and bucks. Theriogenology, 67(2), pp. 303-310.
Tinworth, Kellie, Wynn, Peter, Boston, Ray, Harris, Patricia, Sillence, Martin, Thevis, Mario, et al. (2011) Evaluation of commercially available assays for the measurement of equine insulin. Domestic Animal Endocrinology, 41(2), pp. 81-90.
Verschoor, Ellen, Finlayson, Graham, Blundell, John E., Markus, C. Rob, & King, Neil A. (2010) Effects of an acute α-lactalbumin manipulation on mood and food hedonics in high- and low-trait anxiety individuals. The British Journal of Nutrition, 104(4), pp. 595-602.
Whybrow, Stephen, Hughes, Darren A., Ritz, Patrick, Johnstone, Alexandra M., Horgan, Graham W., King, Neil A., et al. (2008) The effect of an incremental increase in exercise on appetite, eating behaviour and energy balance in lean men and women feeding ad libitum. British Journal Of Nutrition, 100(5), pp. 1109-1115.