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Dr Kerry Withers
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University of Southern Queensland

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  1. Chronic l-arginine treatment improves metabolic, cardiovascular and liver complications in diet-induced obesity in rats
  2. Bat fat: body composition analysis by total body electrical conductivity in northern long-eared bats
  3. Chronic l-arginine treatment improves metabolic, cardiovascular and liver complications in diet-induced obesity in rats
  4. Phylogenetic differences of mammalian basal metabolic rate are not explained by mitochondrial basal proton leak
  5. Behaviour of juvenile antechinus flavipes: a preliminary study
  6. Strain specific differences in parameters of energy balance are related to the onset of diet-induced obesity in young male mice
  7. Small mammal habitat preferences in Ravensbourne National Park, south-east Queensland
  8. Habitat preferences of small ground-dwelling mammals
  9. Mitochondrial proton conductance in skeletal muscle of a cold-exposed marsupial, Antechinus flavipes, is unlikely to be involved in adaptive non-shivering thermogenesis but displays increased sensitivity towards carbon-centered radicals
  10. Effects of hypothyroidism on myosin heavy chain composition and fibre types of fast skeletal muscles in a small marsupial, antechinus flavipes

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1The role of native rodents in seed dispersal and seed predation of the Bunya Pine (Araucaria bidwillii)
2Determining the age of adult wild dogs (Canis lupus dingo, C. l. domesticus and their hybrids): I. Pulp cavity/tooth width ratios
3Application of machine vision technology to identification of oestrous in the Julia Creek dunnart (Sminthopsis douglasi)
4Measuring the density of dingo teeth with machine vision
5Identifying reproductive state of the Julia Creek dunnart Sminthopsis douglasi by behavioural observations
6Maintaining the ancient bunya tree (Araucaria bidwillii Hook.) - dispersal and mast years
7Use of pulp cavity/tooth width ratios to determine the age of adult wild dogs (Canis lupus dingo, C. l. domesticus and their hybrids)
8Skeletal muscle mitochondria as a source of non-shivering thermogenesis in the marsupial Anthechinus flavipes
9A quest for the origin of mammal uncoupling proteins
10Pesticide effects on body temperature of torpid/hibernating rodents (Peromyscus leucopus and Spermophilus tridecemlineatus)