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12004Statistical analysis of sheep CAT scan images using a Bayesian mixture modelAlston, C L; Mengersen, K L; Thompson, John Mitchell ; Littlefield, Patrick John ; Perry, Diana; Ball, A30-Oct-2009
22003Timing of Reproduction in Carnivorous MarsupialsMcAllan, Bronwyn Marie11-Sep-2013
32003Reproduction and growth in house mice from cold, hot and thermally moderate environmentsMcAllan, Bronwyn Marie; Westman, Wendy; Crowther, MS; Dickman, CR11-Sep-2013
42003Effects of temperature acclimation on maximum heat production, thermal tolerance, and torpor in a marsupialGeiser, Fritz ; Drury, Rebecca L; McAllan, Bronwyn Marie; Wang, D.H.16-Nov-2009
52005Effect of torpor on the water economy of an arid-zone marsupial, the stripe-faced dunnart ('Sminthopsis macroura')Cooper, Christine Eliza; McAllan, Bronwyn Marie; Geiser, Fritz 16-Nov-2009
62006Torpor in Australian birdsGeiser, Fritz ; Koertner, Gerhard ; Maddocks, Tracy; Brigham, R Mark23-Nov-2009
72006Photoperiod affects daily torpor and tissue fatty acid composition in deer miceGeiser, Fritz ; McAllan, Bronwyn Marie; Kenagy, GJ; Hiebert, SM6-May-2009
82009An Initial Exploration of 'in vivo' Hair Cortisol Responses to a Brief Pain Stressor: Latency, Localization and Independence EffectsSharpley, Christopher ; Kauter, Kathleen; McFarlane, James R26-May-2010
92006Photoperiod as a reproductive cue in the marsupial genus 'Antechinus': ecological and evolutionary consequencesMcAllan, Bronwyn Marie; Dickman, CR; Crowther, MS4-Oct-2011
102004Q&A: Marsupials vs Placentals: Why is it beneficial for marsupials to have young in a pouch from a small size, as opposed to having them develop internally as eutherians (placental mammals) do?McAllan, Bronwyn Marie20-May-2009