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Foyle, Leo, Delahay, R.J., and Massei, G. (2010) Isolation of Mycobacterium bovis from a feral wild boar (Sus scrofa) in the UK. Veterinary Record, 166 (21). pp. 663-664.
Luerce, Tessália Diniz, Galli, Vanessa, Cerqueira, Gustavo Maia, Simionatto, Simone, and Dellagostin, Odir Antônio (2009) An improved method for characterization of the mutation associated to porcine stress syndrome by PCR amplification followed by restriction analysis. Ciencia Rural, 39 (5). pp. 1577-1580.
Lidetu, D., and Hutchinson, G.W. (2007) The prevalence, organ distribution and fertility of cystic echinoccosis in feral pigs in tropical North Queensland, Australia. Onderstepoort Journal of Veterinary Research, 74 (1). pp. 73-79.
Liu, Hong-Bo, and Deblitz, Claus (2007) Determinants of meat consumption in China. Working Paper. Asian Agribusiness Research Centre , Orange, NSW, Australia.
McPherson, F.J., Nielsen, S.G., and Chenoweth, P. J. (2014) Semen effects on insemination outcomes in sows. Animal Reproduction Science, 151 (1-2). pp. 28-33.
McPherson, F.J., Nielsen, S.G., and Chenoweth, P.J. (2014) Seminal factors influencing return to estrus in female pigs following artificial insemination. Animal Reproduction, 11 (1). pp. 24-31.
McPherson, F., Nielsen, S., and Chenoweth, P. (2012) Sperm factors influencing sow insemination outcomes. Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 47 (Supplement 4). p. 610.
McPherson, F.J., Chenoweth, P.J., and Nielsen, S. (2011) Characteristics of boar semen stored at different temperatures. Reproduction in Domestic Animals, 46 (Supplement 2). p. 87.
Peña, Santiago, Gummow, Bruce, Parker, Anthony J., and Paris, Damien B.B.P. (2015) Baked boars to blame? Re-evaluating summer infertility in the pig. In: Presentations from the North Queensland Festival of Life Sciences 2015, p. 22. From: North Queensland Festival of Life Sciences 2015, 5 November 2015, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Pena, Santiago, and Paris, Damien (2015) Baked boars to blame? Re-evaluating summer infertility in the pig. In: Presentations from the Townsville Health Symposium 2015, p. 8. From: Townsville Health Symposium 2015: Spotlight on Local Researchers, 7-9 October 2015, Townsville, QLD, Australia.
Peña, Santiago, Summers, Phillip, Gummow, Bruce, and Paris, Damien B.B.P. (2015) Oviduct binding ability of porcine spermatozoa develops in the epididymis and can be advanced by incubation with caudal fluid. Theriogenology, 83 (9). pp. 1502-1513.
Summers, Phillip, and Pena, S.T. (2008) Seminal vesicle fluid reduces binding of porcine epididymal spermatozoa to oviduct explants. In: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Boar Semen Preservation (70), pp. 1387-1388. From: 6th International Conference on Boar Semen Preservation, 12-15 August 2007, Alliston, Canada.
Teleni, E., Singh, M.G., Martin, D.G., and Hall, C.E. (2001) A method for determining the amino acid & glucose requirement of new lines of pig. Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 10 (4). S13-S13.