Lincoln University

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Organization: Lincoln University
Country: New Zealand

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  1. doi Ambient pH intrinsically influences Trichoderma conidiation and colony morphology
    Johanna M Steyaert
    Bio Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Fungal Biol 114:198-208. 2010
  2. doi The effect of corticosteroid treatment on local immune responses, intake and performance in lambs infected with Teladorsagia circumcincta
    A W Greer
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Int J Parasitol 38:1717-28. 2008
  3. ncbi Rapid, one-step DNA extraction for insect pest identification by using DNA barcodes
    Shelley L Ball
    Centre for Advanced Bio Protection Technologies, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Econ Entomol 101:523-32. 2008
  4. ncbi Hierarchical analysis of species distributions and abundance across environmental gradients
    Jeffrey M Diez
    Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 30602, USA
    Ecology 88:3144-52. 2007
  5. doi Trade-offs and benefits: implications of promoting a strong immunity to gastrointestinal parasites in sheep
    A W Greer
    Parasitology Division, Moredun Research Institute, Pentlands Science Park, Bush Loan, Scotland, UK
    Parasite Immunol 30:123-32. 2008
  6. ncbi Simulated rugby performance at 1550-m altitude following adaptation to intermittent normobaric hypoxia
    Michael J Hamlin
    Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Sci Med Sport 11:593-9. 2008
  7. ncbi Polymorphism at the ovine beta3-adrenergic receptor locus (ADRB3) and its association with lamb mortality
    R H Forrest
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury 7647, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 85:2801-6. 2007
  8. ncbi Polymorphism of the KAP1.1, KAP1.3 and K33 genes in Merino sheep
    T O Itenge-Mweza
    Cell Biology Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Christchurch 7647, New Zealand
    Mol Cell Probes 21:338-42. 2007
  9. ncbi Immunological influences on reproductive neuroendocrinology
    G K Barrell
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Soc Reprod Fertil Suppl 64:109-22. 2007
  10. ncbi Apparent recovery of duodenal odd- and branched-chain fatty acids in milk of dairy cows
    R J Dewhurst
    Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, Plas Gogerddan, Aberystwyth, SY23 3EB, United Kingdom
    J Dairy Sci 90:1775-80. 2007

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  1. doi Ambient pH intrinsically influences Trichoderma conidiation and colony morphology
    Johanna M Steyaert
    Bio Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Fungal Biol 114:198-208. 2010
    ..These studies highlight the complexity of ambient pH effects on Trichoderma spp. and demonstrate a need to widen the scope of research to multiple species...
  2. doi The effect of corticosteroid treatment on local immune responses, intake and performance in lambs infected with Teladorsagia circumcincta
    A W Greer
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Int J Parasitol 38:1717-28. 2008
    ..circumcincta in lambs are a consequence of the host immune response. These findings may have implications for regimes that promote the development of a strong host immune reaction to gastrointestinal parasites in lambs...
  3. ncbi Rapid, one-step DNA extraction for insect pest identification by using DNA barcodes
    Shelley L Ball
    Centre for Advanced Bio Protection Technologies, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Econ Entomol 101:523-32. 2008
    ..Overall, prepGEM may provide a highly streamlined method of DNA extraction for fresh, ethanol-preserved, and young, dried specimens, especially when adapted for high-throughput, robotic systems...
  4. ncbi Hierarchical analysis of species distributions and abundance across environmental gradients
    Jeffrey M Diez
    Institute of Ecology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 30602, USA
    Ecology 88:3144-52. 2007
    ..The hierarchical modeling framework is shown to have great potential for elucidating ecological relationships involving abiotic and biotic processes simultaneously at multiple scales...
  5. doi Trade-offs and benefits: implications of promoting a strong immunity to gastrointestinal parasites in sheep
    A W Greer
    Parasitology Division, Moredun Research Institute, Pentlands Science Park, Bush Loan, Scotland, UK
    Parasite Immunol 30:123-32. 2008
    ..It is hoped that future manipulations intended to promote a strong immunity to gastrointestinal parasites in sheep may be able to minimize these trade-offs to ensure that the productivity of the host is not compromised...
  6. ncbi Simulated rugby performance at 1550-m altitude following adaptation to intermittent normobaric hypoxia
    Michael J Hamlin
    Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Sci Med Sport 11:593-9. 2008
    ..In conclusion, 1550-m altitude substantially impaired some measures of performance and the effects of prior adaptation via 9-13 sessions of intermittent hypoxia were mostly unclear...
  7. ncbi Polymorphism at the ovine beta3-adrenergic receptor locus (ADRB3) and its association with lamb mortality
    R H Forrest
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury 7647, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 85:2801-6. 2007
    ..This variation at the ADRB3 locus can possibly be exploited as a gene marker to increase selection accuracy when breeding for more cold-tolerant lambs...
  8. ncbi Polymorphism of the KAP1.1, KAP1.3 and K33 genes in Merino sheep
    T O Itenge-Mweza
    Cell Biology Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Christchurch 7647, New Zealand
    Mol Cell Probes 21:338-42. 2007
    ..1 (formerly known as B2A) gene. All allelic variation was confirmed by DNA sequencing. We report three alleles at the KAP1.1 locus, nine alleles at the KAP1.3 locus and five alleles at the K33 locus of Merino sheep...
  9. ncbi Immunological influences on reproductive neuroendocrinology
    G K Barrell
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Soc Reprod Fertil Suppl 64:109-22. 2007
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  10. ncbi Apparent recovery of duodenal odd- and branched-chain fatty acids in milk of dairy cows
    R J Dewhurst
    Institute of Grassland and Environmental Research, Plas Gogerddan, Aberystwyth, SY23 3EB, United Kingdom
    J Dairy Sci 90:1775-80. 2007
    ..Yields of C15:0, C17:0, and iso C17:0 in milk were higher than duodenal flows, confirming synthesis in animal tissues...
  11. ncbi Effect of intermittent normobaric hypoxic exposure at rest on haematological, physiological, and performance parameters in multi-sport athletes
    Michael John Hamlin
    Social Sciences Tourism and Recreational Group, Environment, Society and Design Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Sports Sci 25:431-41. 2007
    ..1 to 36.4%) post-exposure. The effect of intermittent hypoxic training on 3-km performance found in this study is likely to be beneficial, which suggests non-elite multi-sport athletes should expect such training to enhance performance...
  12. ncbi Probing the effects of light and temperature on diurnal rhythms of phytosiderophore release in wheat
    S M Reichman
    Agriculture and Life Sciences, Lincoln University, Lincoln, New Zealand
    New Phytol 174:101-8. 2007
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  13. ncbi Polymorphism of the ovine calpastatin gene
    H Zhou
    Gene Marker Laboratory, Cell Biology Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Mol Cell Probes 21:242-4. 2007
    ..Variation detected here might have an impact on both the function and expression of ovine calpastatin...
  14. ncbi Haplotype analysis of the DQA genes in sheep: evidence supporting recombination between the loci
    J G H Hickford
    Gene Marker Laboratory, Cell Biology Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Lincoln, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 85:577-82. 2007
    ..The frequency of occurrence of recombined DQA1-DQA2 sequences and recombined DQA2-DQA2-like sequences is similar, once again suggesting the DQA2-like sequences are found at the DQA1 locus...
  15. doi The impact of floral resources and omnivory on a four trophic level food web
    M Jonsson
    Bio Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Bull Entomol Res 99:275-85. 2009
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  16. doi Chemical composition of Mopane worm sampled at three sites in Botswana and subjected to different processing
    O R Madibela
    Department of Animal Science and Production, Botswana College of Agriculture, P Bag 0027, Gaborone, Botswana
    Trop Anim Health Prod 41:935-42. 2009
    ..Leaving samples as whole diluted the concentration of CP but increased the fibre components and condensed tannins content. However, mopane worm destined for livestock feeding may be left whole and salt added...
  17. doi Dichelobacter nodosus, Fusobacterium necrophorum and the epidemiology of footrot
    Grant Bennett
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Anaerobe 15:173-6. 2009
    ..nodosus are linked to footrot in the field in a pastoral farming system. If these bacteria are linked together and collectively cause footrot, this may need to be considered when managing a footrot outbreak, or maintaining a quarantine...
  18. doi Isolate-specific conidiation in Trichoderma in response to different nitrogen sources
    Johanna M Steyaert
    Bio Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Fungal Biol 114:179-88. 2010
    ..For the first time, we report that conidiation in response to injury is differentially regulated in different isolates/species of Trichoderma...
  19. doi Effect of intermittent hypoxia on muscle and cerebral oxygenation during a 20-km time trial in elite athletes: a preliminary report
    Michael J Hamlin
    Department of Social Science, Parks, Recreation, Tourism, and Sport, Environment Society and Design Division, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury 7647, New Zealand
    Appl Physiol Nutr Metab 35:548-59. 2010
    ..In summary, reductions in muscle oxy-Hb and systemic SaO2 occurring at exercise intensities close to maximal at the end of a 20TT were offset by IHE, although this was not translated into improved performance...
  20. doi Reproduction without sex: conidiation in the filamentous fungus Trichoderma
    Johanna M Steyaert
    Bio Protection Research Centre, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Microbiology 156:2887-900. 2010
    ..Also implicated in the molecular regulation are the PacC pathways and the conidial regulator VELVET. Signal transduction cascades which link environmental signals to physiological outputs have also been revealed...
  21. doi Comparison of methods for the extraction of DNA from stream epilithic biofilms
    Gavin Lear
    Department of Soil and Physical Sciences, Lincoln University, Christchurch, New Zealand
    Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek 98:567-71. 2010
    ..Interpretations of bacterial community structure, using ARISA, revealed increased variability among samples processed using commercially-available kits, which also yielded lower DNA concentrations than other methods tested...
  22. doi E-waste: an assessment of global production and environmental impacts
    Brett H Robinson
    Department of Soil and Physical Sciences, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Sci Total Environ 408:183-91. 2009
    ..There is evidence that E-waste associated contaminants may be present in some agricultural or manufactured products for export...
  23. doi Polymorphisms in the ovine myostatin gene (MSTN) and their association with growth and carcass traits in New Zealand Romney sheep
    J G H Hickford
    Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Anim Genet 41:64-72. 2010
    ..These results suggest that variation in ovine MSTN is associated with meat production, but not birth weight or growth rate in New Zealand Romney sheep...
  24. doi Effect of intermittent hypoxic training on 20 km time trial and 30 s anaerobic performance
    M J Hamlin
    Social Sciences Tourism and Recreation Group, Environment, Society and Design Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Scand J Med Sci Sports 20:651-61. 2010
    ..The addition of IHT to the normal training program of well-trained athletes produced worthwhile gains in 30 s sprint performance possibly through enhanced glycolysis...
  25. doi Leptin concentrations and the immune-mediated reduction of feed intake in sheep infected with the nematode Trichostrongylus colubriformis
    Andrew W Greer
    Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Br J Nutr 102:954-7. 2009
    ..The results do not support the hypothesis that an increase in circulating leptin is directly responsible for the immune-mediated anorexia in lambs during T. colubriformis infection...
  26. ncbi Safe sites, seed supply, and the recruitment function in plant populations
    Richard P Duncan
    Bio Protection Research Centre, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Ecology 90:2129-38. 2009
    ..The parameters of this recruitment function have a direct biological interpretation that can provide insight into the processes limiting recruitment in plant populations...
  27. doi Increasing accuracy in estimation of economic values for resistance to gastrointestinal helminths in meat sheep
    M G Gicheha
    Agriculture Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, PO Box 84, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Trop Anim Health Prod 42:391-6. 2010
    ..In all scenarios, EVs under R(IYW) = max were positive and were US$ 0.00, 0.79, 2.68, 2.66, 2.66, 2.62, 2.44 and 2.62 for scenarios 1-8 respectively. Generally, economic value estimates varied across breeding schemes and objectives...
  28. doi Assessment of the production of analgesia induced by application of a rubber ring or local anaesthetic to the antler pedicle of yearling stags
    A M Nicol
    Agriculture Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    N Z Vet J 57:153-9. 2009
    ..To compare the application of a rubber ring with that of a lignocaine ring block of the antler pedicle on the efficacy and time course of the analgesia produced in yearling stags...
  29. doi Development and field evaluation of a decision support model for anthelmintic treatments as part of a targeted selective treatment (TST) regime in lambs
    A W Greer
    Moredun Research Institute, Pentlands Science Park, Bush Loan, Edinburgh EH26 0PZ, Scotland, United Kingdom
    Vet Parasitol 164:12-20. 2009
    ..The potential benefits of using the decision support model as a TST indicator for managing the parasite population in refugia in temperate environments are discussed...
  30. pmc Do climate envelope models transfer? A manipulative test using dung beetle introductions
    Richard P Duncan
    Bioprotection Research Centre, Lincoln University, PO Box 84, Lincoln 7647, New Zealand
    Proc Biol Sci 276:1449-57. 2009
    ..Quantifying relevant non-climatic factors and their likely interactions with climatic variables for forecasting range shifts under climate change remains a challenging task...
  31. pmc Modelling population persistence on islands: mammal introductions in the New Zealand archipelago
    Richard P Duncan
    Bio Protection and Ecology Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Lincoln 4647, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Proc Biol Sci 273:2969-75. 2006
    ..The form of the relationship between latitude and persistence probability differed among species, emphasizing that the outcome of colonization attempts is species-environment specific...
  32. ncbi Polymorphism at the beta-adrenergic receptor (ADRB3) locus of Merino sheep and its association with lamb mortality
    R H Forrest
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Anim Genet 37:465-8. 2006
    ..This variation at the ADRB3 locus may assist in the genetic selection for survival in Merino sheep...
  33. ncbi Ecology: Darwin's naturalization hypothesis challenged
    Richard P Duncan
    Ecology and Entomology Group, Soil, Plant and Ecological Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Nature 417:608-9. 2002
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  34. ncbi Cholesterol oxides: their occurrence and methods to prevent their generation in foods
    Geoffrey P Savage
    Food Group, AFSD, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 11:72-8. 2002
    ..An understanding of the mechanisms involved in the generation of cholesterol oxides may assist in their reduction in foods and possibly reduce the impact of these compounds on human health...
  35. ncbi Fractionation of copper, nickel, and zinc in metal-spiked sewage sludge
    R G Mclaren
    Centre for Soil and Environmental Quality, Plant, Soil and Ecological Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Environ Qual 30:1968-75. 2001
    ..The drying of sewage sludge prior to analysis was shown to increase metal solubility in the sludge samples, and the potential implications of this finding for the prediction of sludge metal bioavailability are discussed...
  36. ncbi A fast method for monitoring foliage density in single lower-canopy trees
    C M Frampton
    Applied Computing, Mathematics and Statistics Group, Lincoln University, New Zealand
    Environ Monit Assess 72:227-34. 2001
    ..The technique does not specifically identify the cause of the measured changes, however, with appropriate additional measures this problem may be overcome...
  37. ncbi Biological potential of extraterrestrial materials. 2. Microbial and plant responses to nutrients in the Murchison carbonaceous meteorite
    M N Mautner
    Space Bioresources Laboratory, Department of Soil Science, Lincoln University, New Zealand
    Icarus 129:245-53. 1997
    ..The results also suggest that carbonaceous asteroid resources can sustain soil microbial activity and provide essential macronutrients for future space-based ecosystems...
  38. ncbi Intermuscular variation in tenderness: association with the ubiquitous and muscle-specific calpains
    M A Ilian
    Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 79:122-32. 2001
    ..Correlation analysis between the relative rate of tenderization and mRNA expression of calpains revealed a strong relationship with calpain 3 in both species...
  39. ncbi Rigor temperature and meat quality characteristics of lamb longissimus muscle
    G H Geesink
    Molecular Biotechnology Group, Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 78:2842-8. 2000
    ..Based on the present results and results of other groups, a temperature around 15 degrees C at the onset of rigor seems optimal to maximize tenderness without having detrimental effects on water-holding capacity or color...
  40. ncbi Immunisation of lambs with drug-abbreviated Haemonchus contortus infections: protection against homologous and heterologous challenge
    M Stankiewicz
    Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Parasitol Res 86:758-61. 2000
    ..colubriformis, but the differences between experimental and control animals were not statistically significant. Significantly higher levels of IgG-specific antibodies against T. colubriformis were observed...
  41. ncbi The effect of the alpha-2-adrenergic agonist, clonidine, on secretion patterns and rates of adrenocorticotropic hormone and its secretagogues in the horse
    S L Alexander
    Department of Endocrinology, Christchurch Public Hospital, Christchurch, New Zealand
    J Neuroendocrinol 12:874-80. 2000
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  42. ncbi Immunocytochemical localization of oestrogen receptors in perichondrium of antlers in red deer (Cervus elaphus)
    G K Barrell
    Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Reprod Fertil Dev 11:189-92. 1999
    ..This finding indicates that the effects of oestrogens on remodelling of cancellous bone of the antler may be mediated indirectly by the surrounding connective tissue layers...
  43. ncbi Immunomodulation of lambs following treatment with a proteasome preparation from infective larvae of Trichostrongylus colubriformis
    M Stankiewicz
    Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Parasitol Res 86:422-6. 2000
    ..We suggest that proteasome fractions of T. colubriformis may serve as useful preparations for the study of mechanisms of IgE production in parasitized sheep...
  44. ncbi Quantification of ovine and bovine calpain I, calpain II, and calpastatin mRNA by ribonuclease protection assay
    M A Ilian
    Molecular Biotechnology Group, AFSD, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 77:853-64. 1999
    ..The described method will facilitate future studies on the gene expression of calpains and will contribute to determining their physiological functions...
  45. ncbi Phytoestrogens in soy-based infant foods: concentrations, daily intake, and possible biological effects
    C H Irvine
    Animal and Veterinary Sciences Group, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Proc Soc Exp Biol Med 217:247-53. 1998
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  46. ncbi Seabird and louse coevolution: complex histories revealed by 12S rRNA sequences and reconciliation analyses
    A M Paterson
    Ecology and Entomology Group, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Syst Biol 49:383-99. 2000
    ..The sequence data also supported some of the postulated host-switching events. These results demonstrate the value of sequence data and reconciliation analyses in unraveling complex histories between hosts and their parasites...
  47. ncbi Planetary resources and astroecology. Planetary microcosm models of asteroid and meteorite interiors: electrolyte solutions and microbial growth--implications for space populations and panspermia
    Michael N Mautner
    Soil, Plant and Ecological Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Lincoln, New Zealand
    Astrobiology 2:59-76. 2002
    ..The results also suggest that protoplanetary nebulae can support and disperse microorganisms and can be therefore effective environments for natural and directed panspermia...
  48. ncbi A laser-based eye-tracking system
    Kenji Irie
    University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
    Behav Res Methods Instrum Comput 34:561-72. 2002
    ..These effects have been largely overcome, and the eye-tracker has been used to document eye movement abnormalities, such as abnormal torsional pulsion of saccades, in the clinical setting...
  49. ncbi CAPD in sheep following bilateral nephrectomy
    Graham K Barrell
    Agriculture and Life Sciences Division Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Perit Dial Int 26:598. 2006
  50. pmc DNA barcodes for biosecurity: invasive species identification
    K F Armstrong
    National Centre for Advanced Bio Protection Technologies, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 360:1813-23. 2005
    ..This approach is a realistic platform on which to build a much more flexible system, with the potential to be adopted globally for the rapid and accurate identification of invasive alien species...
  51. ncbi Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum
    Richard J Weld
    National Centre for Advanced Bio Protection Technologies, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Microbiol Methods 65:202-7. 2006
    ..sclerotiorum and provide a simple and reliable method for genetic manipulation...
  52. ncbi Effect of calcium chloride, zinc chloride, and water infusion on metmyoglobin reducing activity and fresh lamb color
    A E D Bekhit
    Molecular Biotechnology Group, Agriculture and Life Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Anim Sci 83:2189-204. 2005
    ..Strategies to increase the antioxidant levels in lamb are very important to improve lamb quality, especially during vacuum-packaging storage...
  53. ncbi Whole lot of parts: stress in extreme environments
    G Daniel Steel
    Environment, Society, and Design Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Aviat Space Environ Med 76:B67-73. 2005
    ..For both research and operational purposes, the person, the setting, and time should not be considered independently; rather, it is an amalgam of these variables that provides the proper basis of analysis...
  54. ncbi Dairy farm effluent effects on urine patch nitrous oxide and carbon dioxide emissions
    Tim J Clough
    Soil, Plant and Ecological Sciences Division, PO Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Environ Qual 34:979-86. 2005
    ..The priming of soil C in urine patches has implications for the understanding of soil C processes in grazed pasture ecosystems and the budgeting of C within these ecosystems...
  55. ncbi Extending AFLP sequences by long template PCR amplification of a fungal genomic library
    Richard J Weld
    Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Biotechniques 38:372, 374. 2005
  56. ncbi Application of the pressure-state-response framework to perceptions reporting of the state of the New Zealand environment
    Ken F D Hughey
    Environment, Society and Design Division, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Environ Manage 70:85-93. 2004
    ..It also helps identify policy issues where perceptions do not match other scientific evidence or management initiatives. Such findings can be important for the successful implementation of policy measures...
  57. ncbi The effect of Duddingtonia flagrans on trichostrongyle infections of Saanen goats on pasture
    D A Wright
    Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, P O Box 84, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Vet Parasitol 118:61-9. 2003
    ..No significant difference was observed after 6 weeks grazing. This trial has demonstrated the potential of D. flagrans to reduce larval numbers on pasture grazed by goats under New Zealand conditions...
  58. ncbi Bioavailability of soluble oxalate from spinach eaten with and without milk products
    Madelene Brogren
    Food Group, AFSD, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Asia Pac J Clin Nutr 12:219-24. 2003
    ..93+/-0.85% measured over a 24-hour period. Addition of sour cream and Calci-Trim milk reduced the availability of the oxalate in the spinach significantly (P<0.05) in both the 6-hour and 24-hour collection periods...
  59. ncbi Comparison of isothiocyanate yield from wasabi rhizome tissues grown in soil or water
    Tamanna Sultana
    Food Group, Animal and Food Sciences Division, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    J Agric Food Chem 51:3586-91. 2003
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  60. ncbi Atmospheric accessions of heavy metals to some New Zealand pastoral soils
    Colin W Gray
    Soil, Plant and Ecological Sciences Division, P O Box 84, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Sci Total Environ 305:105-15. 2003
    ..The inverted frisbee technique used provides a reliable indication of the magnitude of deposition of heavy metals from the atmosphere at a reasonable cost and with manageable logistical effort for a national survey...
  61. ncbi Bioavailability of soluble oxalate from tea and the effect of consuming milk with the tea
    G P Savage
    Food Group, AFSD, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Eur J Clin Nutr 57:415-9. 2003
    ..To measure the availability of oxalate normally extracted when making tea from two commercially available black teas bought from a supermarket in Christchurch, New Zealand in July 2001...
  62. ncbi Implications of nutrition for the ability of ruminants to withstand gastrointestinal nematode infections
    M F van Houtert
    Animal and Veterinary Sciences Group, Lincoln University, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Int J Parasitol 26:1151-67. 1996
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