Publications by: Nicole Kenyon
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Woodhams, Douglas C., Bell, Sara C., Kenyon, Nicole, Alford, Ross A., and Rollins-Smith, Louise A. (2012) Immune evasion or avoidance: fungal skin infection linked to reduced defence peptides in Australian green-eyed treefrogs, Litoria serrata. Fungal Biology, 116 (12). pp. 1203-1211.
Woodhams, Douglas C., Kenyon, Nicole, Bell, Sara C., Alford, Ross A., Chen, Shuo, Billheimer, Dean, Shyr, Yu, and Rollins-Smith, Louise A. (2010) Adaptations of skin peptide defences and possible response to the amphibian chytrid fungus in populations of Australian green-eyed treefrogs, Litoria genimaculata. Diversity and Distributions, 16 (4). pp. 703-712.
Kenyon, Nicole, Phillott, Andrea D., and Alford, Ross A. (2010) Temporal variation in dorsal patterns of juvenile green-eyed tree frogs, Litoria genimaculata (Anura: Hylidae). Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 5 (1). pp. 126-131.
Alford, Ross A., Skerratt, Lee F., Berger, Lee, Speare, Richard, Bell, Sara, Kenyon, Nicole, Rowley, Jodi J.L., Hauselberger, Kim, Young, Sam, Voyles, Jamie, Puschendorf, Robert, Cashins, Scott, Webb, Rebecca, Campbell, Ruth, and Mendez, Diana (2010) Experimental Research to Obtain a Better Understanding of the Pathogenesis of Chytridiomycosis, and the Susceptibility and Resistance of Key Amphibian Species to Chytridiomycosis in Australia. Report. James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Kenyon, Nicole, Phillott, Andrea D., and Alford, Ross A. (2009) Evaluation of the photographic identification method (PIM) as a tool to identify adult Litoria Genimaculata (anura: hylidae). Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 4 (3). pp. 403-410.
Kenyon, Nicole (2008) Variable susceptibility to an emerging infectious disease, chytridiomycosis, in anurans. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Skerratt, Lee Francis, Berger, Lee, Speare, Richard, Cashins, Scott, McDonald, Keith Raymond, Phillott, Andrea Dawn, Hines, Harry Bryan, and Kenyon, Nicole (2007) Spread of chytridiomycosis has caused the rapid global decline and extinction of frogs. EcoHealth, 4 (2). pp. 125-134.