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2013Soil moisture influences the development of 'Haemonchus contortus' and 'Trichostrongylus colubriformis' to third stage larvaeSaad, Khadijah; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Bailey, Justin N; Bowers, Sara F3-Apr-2014
2011Soil moisture influences the moisture content of sheep faecesSaad, Khadijah; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Bailey, Justin; Bowers, Sara F17-May-2012
2013Soil moisture modulates the effects of the timing and amount of rainfall on faecal moisture and development of 'Haemonchus contortus' and 'Trichostrongylus colubriformis' to infective third stage larvaeSaad, Khadijah; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Bailey, Justin N; Bowers, Sara F3-Apr-2014
1999Tannins with Anthelmintic PropertiesKahn, Lewis ; Diaz-Hernandez, A20-Oct-2009
2010Timing of Water Application Differentially Regulates Development of 'Haemonchus contortus' and 'Trichostrongylus colubriformis'Saad, Khadijah; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Bailey, Justin; Bowers, Sara Frances3-Jun-2011
2013Translation of 'H. contortus' and 'T. colubriformis' from egg to establishment in grazing sheep is unaffected by rainfall timing, rainfall amount and herbage height under conditions of high soil moisture in the Northern Tablelands of NSWSaad, Khadijah; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Bailey, Justin N; Bowers, Sara F31-Mar-2014
2007Trapping efficacy of 'Duddingtonia flagrans' against 'Haemonchus contortus' at temperatures existing at lambing in AustraliaKahn, Lewis ; Norman, T. M.; Walkden-Brown, Steve William ; Crampton, A.; O'Connor, Lauren Johanna17-Nov-2009
2004The Use of Urinary Excretion of Purine Metabolites as an Index of Microbial Protein Supply in RuminantsNolan, JV ; Kahn, Lewis 18-Sep-2008
2003Variation in daily teed intake and growth between Merino sheep lines selected for differences in resistance to nematodesDoyle, Emma ; Kahn, Lewis ; McClure, S J; Lea, James M22-Dec-2009
2011Voluntary feed intake and diet selection of Merino sheep divergently selected for genetic difference in resistance to 'Haemonchus contortus'Doyle, Emma ; Kahn, Lewis ; McClure, Susan J; Lea, James M29-Nov-2011
2012Voluntary intake of a medicated feed block by grazing sheep is increased by gastrointestinal nematode infectionFishpool, Fiona Joy; Kahn, Lewis ; Tucker, David ; Nolan, John V ; Leng, Ronald3-Jan-2013
2011Water application before is less effective than after faecal deposition for development of 'Haemonchus contortus' and 'Trichostrongylus colubriformis' to infective larvaeSaad, Khadijah; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W ; Bailey, Justin; Bowers, Sara F9-Nov-2011
2016Which is the best phenotypic trait for use in a targeted selective treatment strategy for growing lambs in temperate climates?Laurenson, Yan ; Kahn, Lewis ; Bishop, Stephen C; Kyriazakis, Ilias10-Apr-2017
2011Worm egg count is not associated with greasy fleece weight in sheep phenotypically different for resistance or resilience to gastrointestinal nematodesKelly, Gareth Andrew ; Kahn, Lewis ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W 24-Nov-2011
2014Worm egg counts in lambs decreased after administration of long acting anthelmintics to ewesDever, Michelle ; Kahn, Lewis ; Doyle, Emma ; Walkden-Brown, Steve W 9-Mar-2016
2011WormBoss Summer Rainfall as a National TemplateKahn, Lewis ; Maxwell, Deborah ; Love, S; Lyndal-Murphy, M; Walkden-Brown, Steve W 18-May-2012
2017WormLoad: a pasture infectivity risk model of four nematode species in AustraliaLaurenson, Yan ; Kahn, Lewis 13-Feb-2018