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Dr Sarah Pain B.Biotech, B.Ag(Hon), PhD

Senior Lecturer

Institute of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences

I completed my undergraduate and postgraduate study at the University of Adelaide, in South Australia. I worked as a lecturer at the University of Adelaide prior to moving to New Zealand in 2008 to take a lecturing position at Massey University within the Pastoral Livestock Production group. I have worked with a range of animal species including previously, including, rats, fish, pigs, chickens, horses, and ruminant animals, but my research now primarily focuses on sheep reproduction, nutrition, physiology and production.

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Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: +64 6 356 9099
    Location: 3.13, IVABS Vet Tower
    Campus: Turitea

Qualifications

  • B.Biotech - University of Adelaide (2001)
  • B.Ag(Hon) - University of Adelaide (2002)
  • PhD Animal Science - University of Adelaide (2008)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

I am primarily interested in the influence of environment and nutrition on animal development and physiology; more specifically, the use of environmental and/or nutritional manipulation to alter various physiological responses within the animal, primarily using fetal programming models.

Thematics

Health and Well-being, Future Food Systems

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
Agricultural And Veterinary Sciences (070000): Agriculture, Land and Farm Management (070100): Animal Growth and Development (070202): Animal Nutrition (070204): Animal Production (070200): Animal Reproduction (070206): Farming Systems Research (070107): Sustainable Agricultural Development (070108)

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

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Project Leader311

Completed Projects

Project Title: Evaluation of a panel of internal control genes (ICG) by real-time PCR for qualitative gene expression analysis in ovine tissue

This pilot study aimed to identify a collection of stable ICGs in ovine mammary gland, muscle, liver and pancreas that can be used within our laboratory for targeted ovine qPCR studies related to our sheep fetal programming paradigms. This would allow us to extend our current research beyond applied animal production science to identification of potential molecular mechanisms that may be responsible for the physiologically observed fetal programming effects. Identifying the most stable genes in each tissue, would allow us to identify the best candidate genes for use as ICGs in future gene expression analyses. Given the limited information available on reliable ovine ICGs, the data generated by this pilot study is of interest to our research partners and other scientific groups working with ovine tissue and molecular biology techniques.
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Date Range: 2013 - 2013

Funding Body: Massey University

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Project Title: Herbage exposure in utero

The aim of this study was to highlight and evaluate to role of prenatal (in utero) and immediate postnatal (suckling period) flavour exposure of plantain (Plantago lanceolata) in feeding preferences in sheep after weaning and persistence of feeding preferences later in life. Increased knowledge of prenatal flavour exposure may be a beneficial method of modifying a sheep's feeding preferences. By taking advantage of their mother's experience the offspring may gain a larger spectrum of flavour memories, which would be useful for producers in the sense that they would show easier neophilia and less neophobia towards novel pastures. Sheep with prenatally imprinted diet preferences may have quicker transition to new herbage types and increased voluntary intake, resulting in increased subsequent performance.
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Date Range: 2009 - 2010

Funding Body: Massey University

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Research Outputs

Journal

Philp, J., Komarek, AM., Pain, SJ., & Bellotti, W. (2017). Variation in feed utilisation by sheep undergoing compensatory growth following underfeeding with and without additional dietary nitrogen in western China. Animal Production Science. 57(1), 96-101
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
Paten, AM., Pain, SJ., Peterson, SW., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2017). Effect of dam weight and pregnancy nutrition on average lactation performance of ewe offspring over 5 years. Animal. 11(6), 1027-1035
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Navarrete, S., Kemp, PD., Pain, SJ., & Back, PJ. (2016). Bioactive compounds, aucubin and acteoside, in plantain (Plantago lanceolata L.) and their effect on in vitro rumen fermentation. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 222, 158-167
[Journal article]Authored by: Back, P., Kemp, P., Pain, S.
van Wettere, WHEJ., Pain, SJ., & Hughes, PE. (2016). Dietary ractopamine supplementation during the first lactation affects milk composition, piglet growth and sow reproductive performance. Animal Reproduction Science. 174, 87-92
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
Philp, J., Komarek, AM., Pain, SJ., Li, X., & Bellotti, W. (2016). Improving the use of available feed resources to overcome sheep feeding deficits in western China. Animal Production Science. 56(9), 1545-1550
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
Peterson, SW., Pain, SJ., McCoard, SA., Oliver, M., Baker, PB., Kenyon, PR., . . . Blair, HT. (2016). Does Viagra protect fetal lambs against maternal pregnancy toxaemia?. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. 76, 172-174
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., & Blair, HT. (2016). Reproductive performance of singleton and twin female offspring born to ewe-lamb dams and mature adult dams. Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. 76, 151-154
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Van Wettere, WHEJ., Willson, NL., Pain, SJ., & Forder, REA. (2016). Effect of oral polyamine supplementation pre-weaning on piglet growth and intestinal characteristics. Animal. 10(10), 1655-1659
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
Sequeira, M., Pain, SJ., de Brun, V., Meikle, A., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2015). Gestation-related gene expression and protein localization in endometrial tissue of Suffolk and Cheviot ewes at gestation Day 19, after transfer of Suffolk or Cheviot embryos. Theriogenology. 86(6), 1557-1565
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Paten, AM., Duncan, EJ., Pain, SJ., Peterson, SW., Kenyon, PR., Blair, HT., . . . Dearden, PK. (2015). Functional development of the adult ovine mammary gland-insights from gene expression profiling. BMC Genomics. 16(1)
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Sulek, K., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., McKenzie, E., Villas-Boas, SG., Blair, HT., . . . Baker, PN. (2015). Use of Metabolomics To Identify and Validate Biomarkers of Lamb Growth Potential.. REPRODUCTIVE SCIENCES. 22, 359A-359A
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Oliver, MH., Jaquiery, AL., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Jenkinson, CM., Blair, HT., . . . Bloomfield, FH. (2015). Maternal insulin sensitivity in midpregnancy does not determine birth weight after embryo transfer between large and small breed sheep. Domestic Animal Endocrinology. 50, 50-54
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Jenkinson, C., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Corkran, JR., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., & Kemp, PD. (2015). The influence of season on lambs' feeding preference for plantain, chicory and red clover. Animal Production Science. 55(10), 1241-1249
[Journal article]Authored by: Kemp, P., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Kenyon, PR., Corner-Thomas, RA., Peterson, SW., Pain, SJ., & Blair, HT. (2014). Pregnancy nutrition does not influence lamb liveweight in developmentally programmed ewes. Animal Production Science. 54(9), 1465-1470
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Corner-Thomas, R., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Asmad, K., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Parkinson, TJ., Peterson, SW., Lopez-Villalobos, N., . . . Blair, HT. (2014). Effects of dam size and nutrition during pregnancy on lifetime performance of female offspring. Small Ruminant Research. 121(2-3), 325-335
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Parkinson, T., Peterson, S.
Paten, AM., Pain, SJ., Peterson, SW., Blair, HT., Kenyon, PR., Dearden, PK., . . . Duncan, EJ. (2014). Identification of reference genes for RT-qPCR in ovine mammary tissue during late pregnancy and lactation and in response to maternal nutritional programming. Physiological Genomics. 46(15), 560-570
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Paten, AM., Kenyon, PR., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Peterson, SW., Jenkinson, CMC., Pain, SJ., . . . Blair, HT. (2013). LACTATION BIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM: Maternal nutrition during early and mid-to-late pregnancy: Comparative effects on milk production of twin-born ewe progeny during their first lactation. Journal of Animal Science. 91(2), 676-684
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Jenkinson, C., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Martn, NP., Kenyon, PR., Morel, PCH., Pain, SJ., Jenkinson, CMC., Hutton, PG., . . . Blair, HT. (2012). Ewe nutrition in early and mid-to late pregnancy has few effects on fetal development. Animal Production Science. 52(7), 533-539
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Jenkinson, C., Kenyon, P., Morel, P., Morris, S., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Peterson, SW., & Blair, HT. (2012). Single female offspring born to primiparous ewe-lambs are lighter than those born to adult multiparous ewes but their reproduction and milk production are unaffected. Animal Production Science. 52(7), 552-556
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Pain, SJ., Van Der Linden, DS., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2012). Does dam pre-breeding nutrition and/or birth rank affect the glucose and fat metabolism of 18-month-old female offspring?. Animal Production Science. 52(7), 546-551
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Golding, KP., Wilson, ED., Kemp, PD., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., . . . Hutton, PG. (2011). Mixed herb and legume pasture improves the growth of lambs post-weaning. Animal Production Science. 51(8), 717-723
[Journal article]Authored by: Kemp, P., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Hutton, PG., Morris, ST., & Blair, HT. (2011). Does early pregnancy nutrition affect the performance of triplet-bearing ewes and their progeny to weaning?. New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research. 54(2), 115-123
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Hutton, PG., Jenkinson, CMC., Morris, ST., Peterson, SW., . . . Blair, HT. (2011). Effects of twin-bearing ewe nutritional treatments on ewe and lamb performance to weaning. Animal Production Science. 51(5), 406-415
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Jenkinson, C., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Miegel, RP., Pain, SJ., van Wettere, WHEJ., Howarth, GS., & Stone, DAJ. (2010). Effect of water temperature on gut transit time, digestive enzyme activity and nutrient digestibility in yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi). Aquaculture. 308(3-4), 145-151
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., & Blair, HT. (2010). Effects of dam parity and rearing rank on the glucose and fat metabolism, and adrenal function of post-pubertal single and twin-ewe progeny. Animal Production Science. 50(6), 473-478
[Journal article]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Bartlett, A., Pain, SJ., Hughes, PE., Stott, P., & van Wettere, WHEJ. (2009). The effects of PG600 and boar exposure on oestrus detection and potential litter size following mating at either the induced (pubertal) or second oestrus. Animal Reproduction Science. 114(1-3), 219-227
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
van Wettere, WHEJ., Pain, SJ., Stott, PG., & Hughes, PE. (2008). Mixing gilts in early pregnancy does not affect embryo survival. Animal Reproduction Science. 104(2-4), 382-388
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Revell, DK., & James, PJ. (2003). Effect of sulphur amino acids on epithelial immunity and parasite susceptibility.. Asia Pac J Clin Nutr. 12 Suppl, S58
[Journal article]Authored by: Pain, S.

Book

Azevedo, EB., Poli, C., Reffatti, M., David, D., Carvalho, P., Amaral, G., . . . Milano, G. (2010). Use of faecal nitrogen as a marker to estimate intake of annual ryegrass in sheep. In CF. Machado, M. Wade, SCD. Silva, M. Agnusdei, PDF. Carvalho, & SMAW. Beskow (Eds.) An overview of research on pastoral-based systems in the southern part of South America. (pp. 177 - 179). Argentina: Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
[Chapter]Authored by: Morris, S., Pain, S.

Thesis

Pain, SJ. (2008). Identifying nutritive, physical and volatile characteristics of oaten and lucerne hay that affect the short-term feeding preferences of lactating Holstein Friesian cows and Thoroughbred horses. (Doctoral Thesis, University of Adelaide, Adelaide, Australia)
[Doctoral Thesis]Authored by: Pain, S.

Report

Pain, SJ., & Revell, DK. (2009). Fodder quality specifications- Identifying predictors of preference between hays.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Pain, S.
Peterson, S., Pain, S., McCoard, S., Oliver, M., Baker, P., Kenyon, P., . . . Blair, H.Sildenafil citrate therapy to improve fetal triplet lamb growth – a pilot study.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.

Conference

Fermin, L., Pain, SJ., Blair, HT., & Kenyon, PR. (2016). Progesterone regulation of endometrial genes and their function in pre-implantation conceptus growth and development in an ovine model of maternal constraint. Poster session presented at the meeting of International Conference on Animal Reproduction. Tours, France
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Sullivan, KL., Stowell, KM., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2016). Does dam age effect gene expression in fetal and young sheep?. , Australian Society of Animal Production
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Stowell, K.
Pain, SJ., Loureiro, MFP., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2015). The effect of dam age on ewe offspring productive performance and efficiency. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 75 (pp. 239 - 242). : 75th New Zealand society of Animal Production
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Firth, EC., Rogers, CW., & Blair, HT. (2015). Effect of dam age on the growth and body compostition of singleton ram offspring to 11 months of age. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 75 (pp. 231 - 234). : 75th New Zealand Society of Animal Production
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Rogers, C.
Asmad, K., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Perera, KC., Parkinson, TJ., Lopez-Villalobos, N., . . . Blair, HT. (2015). Effects of dam size and nutrition during pregnancy on fetal ovarian development of their offspring in sheep. In Livestock Science Vol. 181 (pp. 256 - 262).
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Parkinson, T.
Pain, SJ., Asmad, K., Fermin, LM., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2014, June). Brief communication: Are fetal programming effects, due to maternal early pregnancy nutrition, evident in adult male offspring in sheep?. Presented at New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Napier.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Fermin, LM., Pain, SJ., Blair, HT., & Kenyon, PR. (2014, June). Brief communication: Comparison of early embryo development in cheviot and Suffolk breeds of sheep. Presented at New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Napier, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Burnham, DL., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Hickson, RE., Peterson, SW., & Blair, HT. (2014, June). Brief Communication: Inter-generational effects on male offspring born to ewes whose dams were offered varying feeding levels in pregnancy. Presented at New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Napier, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Hickson, R., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Burnham, DL., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Hickson, RE., & Blair, HT. (2014, June). Brief communication: Grand-dam age has no effect on ram lamb live weight and carcass characteristics. Presented at New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Napier, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Pain, S.
Kenyon, PR., Loureiro, MFP., Pain, SJ., & Blair, HT. (2014). Are there long term impacts from being born to a ewe-lamb.. , 2nd JRC Workshop on sheep breeding and developmental biology
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Fermin, LM., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Oliver, MH., Bloomfield, FH., & Blair, HT. (2014). Understanding embryo growth in sheep. , 2nd JRC Workshop on Sheep Breeding and Developmental Biology
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Sequeira, M., Sartore, A., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2014). Uterine expression of progesterone receptor in Suffolk and cheviot ewes at day 19 of pregnancy, following embryo transfer. , 2nd JRC workshop on sheep breeding and developmental biology
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Peterson, SW., Pain, S., Jenkinson, CMC., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2014). Brief communication: developmental programming in sheep due to early pregnancy nutrition alters milk yields of adult female offspring but not of grand-offspring. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 74 (pp. 212 - 214). Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production 2014
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Pain, SJ., Asmad, K., Fermin, LM., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2014). Brief communication: Are fetal programming effects, due to maternal early pregnancy nutrition, evident in adult male offspring in sheep?. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 74 (pp. 209 - 211). Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production 2014
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Fermin, LM., Pain, SJ., Blair, HT., & Kenyon, PR. (2014). Brief communication: Comparison of early embryo development in cheviot and Suffolk breeds of sheep. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 74 (pp. 202 - 204). Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production 2014
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Burnham, DL., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Hickson, RE., Peterson, SW., & Blair, HT. (2014). Brief Communication: Inter-generational effects on male offspring born to ewes whose dams were offered varying feeding levels in pregnancy. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 74 (pp. 199 - 204). Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production 2014
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Hickson, R., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Burnham, DL., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Hickson, RE., & Blair, HT. (2014). Brief communication: Grand-dam age has no effect on ram lamb live weight and carcass characteristics. In S. Peterson (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 74 (pp. 196 - 198). Palmerston North, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production 2014
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Hickson, R., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Blair, HT., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S., Firth, E., Vickers, M., . . . Barrell, G. (2014). Understanding and communicating fetal programming in sheep. , Science Symposium
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kemp, P., Kenyon, P., Morel, P., Morris, S., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Navarrete, S., Kemp, P., Back, PJ., Pain, S., & Lee, J. (2013). Effect of grazing frequency by dairy cows on herb based pastures. In Proceedings of the 22nd International Grassland Congress(pp. 1173 - 1174). , Revitalising Grasslands to Sustain our Communities: 22nd International Grassland Congress Orange New south Wales, Australia: New South Wales Department of Primary Industry
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Back, P., Kemp, P., Pain, S.
Sequeira, M., Pain, SJ., Sartore, I., Meikle, A., Kenyon, PR., & Blair, HT. (2013). Brief communication: Uterine expression of oestrogen receptor alpha in Suffolk and Cheviot ewes at day 19 of pregnancy, following embryo transfer. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 73 (pp. 86 - 89). : New Zealand Society of Animal Production
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Asmand, K., Kenyon, PR., Parkinson, TJ., Pain, SJ., Lopez-Villalobos, N., & Blair, HT. (2013). Brief communication: Effect of dam size and nutrition during pregnancy on fetal testicular development in sheep. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 73 (pp. 41 - 44). Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Parkinson, T.
Fernanda Pereira Loureiro, M., Pain, S., Kenyon, P., & Blair, HT. (2013). Reproductive performance of single and twin female offspring born to either young or mature dam. (pp. 62). , Gravida Annual Science Symposium: Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Paten, A., Duncan, E., Drearden, P., Pain, S., Kenyon, PR., Peterson, S., . . . Blair, H. (2013). Transcriptome analysis of the ovine mammary gland during late pregnancy and lactation. (pp. 42). , Gravida Annual Science Symposium: Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Kari, A., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Parkinson, T., & Blair, H.(2012, July). Effect of dam size and nutrition during pregnancy on fetal ovary development of offspring. REPRODUCTION IN DOMESTIC ANIMALS. (pp. 596 - 596). 0936-6768.
[Conference]Authored by: Blair, H., Pain, S.
Paten, AM., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Peterson, SW., Jenkinson, C., Pain, S., . . . Blair, H. (2012, November). Nutrition of the dam affects mammary gland development and milk production of the offspring. Presented at Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life?. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Pain, S., Sequeira, M., Sartore, I., Meikle, A., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012, November). Uterine progesterone receptor in Suffolk and Cheviot dams at gestation day 19, following transfer of a Suffolk or Cheviot embryo. Presented at Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life?. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Asmad, K., Nakagawa, S., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., & Blair, H. (2012, November). Effects of maternal nutrition during pregnancy on the growth and reproductive development of male sheep: A meta-analysis. Presented at Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life?. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Pain, S., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012, November). Can dam age and lamb birth rank affect female offspring development. Presented at Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life?. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Paten, AM., Kenyon, PR., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Peterson, SW., Jenkinson, C., Pain, S., . . . Blair, H. (2012). Nutrition of the dam affects mammary gland development and milk production of the offspring. In Gravida Annual Sciences Symposium Programme(pp. 47 - 47). , Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life? New Zealand: Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development, The University of Auckland
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Pain, S., Sequeira, M., Sartore, I., Meikle, A., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012). Uterine progesterone receptor in Suffolk and Cheviot dams at gestation day 19, following transfer of a Suffolk or Cheviot embryo. In Gravida Annual Sciences Symposium Programme(pp. 66 - 66). , Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life? New Zealand: Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development, The University of Auckland
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Asmad, K., Nakagawa, S., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., & Blair, H. (2012). Effects of maternal nutrition during pregnancy on the growth and reproductive development of male sheep: A meta-analysis. In Gravida Annual Sciences Symposium Programme(pp. 44 - 44). , Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life? New Zealand: Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development, The University of Auckland
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Pain, S., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012). Can dam age and lamb birth rank affect female offspring development?. In Gravida Annual Sciences Symposium Programme(pp. 37 - 37). , Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development Annual Science Symposium: What makes the best start for a healthy life? New Zealand: Gravida National Centre for Growth and Development, The University of Auckland
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Sequeira, M., Pain, S., Sartore, I., Meikle, A., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012, July). Expression of uterine progesterone receptor in Suffolk and Cheviot ewes at day 19 of pregnancy, following embryo transfer. Presented at Second Joint 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production and 29th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Martin, NP., Kenyon, P., Morel, P., Pain, S., Jenkinson, C., Hutton, PG., . . . Blair, H. (2012, July). Ewe nutrition in early and mid- to late-pregnancy has few effects on fetal development. Presented at Second Joint 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production and 29th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Jenkinson, C., Kenyon, P., Morel, P., Morris, S., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Pain, S., van der Linden, DS., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012, July). Does dam pre-breeding nutrition and/or birth rank affect the glucose and fat metabolism of 18-month-old female offspring?. Presented at Second Joint 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production and 29th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Pain, S., Kenyon, PR., Peterson, SW., & Blair, H. (2012, July). Single female offspring born to primiparous ewe-lambs are lighter than those born to adult multiparous ewes but their reproduction and milk production are unaffected. Presented at Second Joint 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production and 29th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Asmad, K., Nakagawa, S., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., & Blair, H. (2012, July). Effects of maternal nutrition during pregnancy on the growth and reproductive development of male sheep: a meta-analysis. Presented at Second Joint 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production and 29th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S.
Sequeria, M., Pain, S., Sartore, I., Meikle, A., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2012). Expression of uterine progesterone receptor in Suffolk and Cheviot ewes at Day 19 of pregnancy, following embryo transfer. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference. Vol. 72 (pp. 35 - 37). New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production 72nd Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Asmad, K., Nakagawa, S., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., & Blair, H. (2012). Effects of maternal nutrition during pregnancy on the growth and reproductive development of male sheep: a meta-analysis. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference. Vol. 72 (pp. 51 - 57). New Zealand: Second Joint 72nd New Zealand Society of Animal Production and 29th Biennial Australian Society of Animal Production Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Lopez-Villalobos, N., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2011, December). Uterine progesterone receptor at 19 days gestation in Suffolk and Cheviot dams following transfer of a Suffolk or Cheviot embryo. Presented at IVABS Research Colloquium. Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ.(2011, December 5). Uterine progesterone receptor at 19 days gestation in Suffolk and Cheviot dams following transfer of a Suffolk or Cheviot embryo. (pp. 9 - 9). , IVABS Research Colloquium
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
van Wettere, WHEJ., Pain, SJ., & Forder, RE. (2011). Oral spermine supplementation promotes pre-weaning growth and intestinal development of piglets. Poster session presented at the meeting of Australasian Pig Science Association (Inc) 13th Biennial Conference. Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Pain, S.
Oliver, MH., Hancock, SN., Kenyon, PR., Blair, HT., Pain, S., Morris, S., . . . Bloomfield, FH. (2011). Pregnancy Associated Changes in Insulin Signalling in Daughters of Adolescent Ewes.
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Buckels, E., Jaquiery, A., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S., Blair, H., . . . Oliver, M. (2011). Glucose tolerance, insulin sensitivity and body composition in adult offspring of adolescent and mature ewes. In 2011 Science Symposium: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 16 - 16). , National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2011 Science Symposium New Zealand: National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Paten, AM., Asmad, K., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, P., Pomroy, B., . . . Blair, H.(2011, November 15). The effect of dam age and parity and lamb birth rank on the growth rate, and onset of puberty of the offspring. In National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2011 Science Symposium: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 15 - 15). , National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2011 Science Symposium New Zealand: National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Pomroy, W., Scott, I.
Paten, AM., van der Linden, DS., Adiletta, AM., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, SW., . . . Blair, H. (2011). The effects of dam nutrition during pregnancy on the lifetime milk production of ewe offspring. In National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2011 Science Symposium: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 11 - 11). , National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2011 Science Symposium New Zealand: National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S.
Asmad, K., Paten, AM., Loureiro, MFP., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Parkinson, TJ., . . . Blair, H. (2011). Effects of dam nutrition during pregnancy of the development of male offspring. Proceedings of the 71st New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference. Vol. 71 (pp. 59 - 59). New Zealand: 71st New Zealand Society of Animal Productin Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Parkinson, T.
Oliver, MH., Hancock, SN., Kenyon, P., Blair, HT., Pain, SJ., & Morris, ST. (2011). Pregnancy induces down-regulation of post-receptor insulin signalling in muscle of ewes born to adolescent or mature ewes. Poster session presented at the meeting of 2011 Science Symposium. Dunedin, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., & Kemp, PD. (2011, June). Brief communication: Effect of gender and prior exposure on the intake and preference of sheep for plantain post-weaning. Presented at New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference. Invercargill New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., & Kemp, PD. (2011). Effect of gender and prior exposure on the intake and preference of sheep for plantain post-weaning. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. (pp. 278 - 280). Hamilton New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Loureiro, MFP., Paten, AM., Asmad, K., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., Pomroy, WE., . . . Blair, HT. (2011). Brief communication: The effect of dam age and lamb birth rank on the growth rate, faecal egg count and onset of puberty of single and twin female offspring to 12 month of age. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. (pp. 83 - 85). Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Pomroy, W., Scott, I.
Paten, AM., Asmad, K., Loureiro, MFP., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Peterson, SW., . . . Blair, HT. (2011). Brief communication: The effects of dam nutrition during pregnancy on the postnatal growth and puberty attainment of ewe progeny. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. (pp. 56 - 58). Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Peterson, S., Pomroy, W., Scott, I.
Asmad, K., Paten, AM., Loureiro, MFP., Kenyon, PR., Pain, SJ., Parkinson, TJ., . . . Blair, HT. (2011). Brief communication: The effects of dam nutrition during pregnancy on the growth of male offspring. In R. Sumner (Ed.) Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production. (pp. 59 - 61). Hamilton, New Zealand: New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Parkinson, T., Pomroy, W., Scott, I.
Sullivan, K., Stowell, K., Pain, S., & Blair, H. (2010). Expression of leptin, leptin receptor, insulin, insulin receptor, and GLUT4 in the offspring of adolescent mammals. In National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2010 Science Symposium(pp. 36 - 36). : National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S., Stowell, K.
Sullivan, K., Stowell, K., Pain, S., & Blair, H. (2010). Expression of leptin, leptin receptor, insulin, insulin receptor, and GLUT4 in the offspring of adolescent mammals. Poster session presented at the meeting of National Research Centre for Growth and Development [NRCGD] 2010 Science Symposium. Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Poster]Authored by: Blair, H., Pain, S., Stowell, K.
Pain, S., van der Linden, D., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2010). Effect of dam pre-breeding nutrition and birth rank on glucose and insulin metabolism of single, twin and triplet ewe progeny. In National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2010 Science Symposium: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 20 - 20). , National Research Centre for Growth and Development [NRCGD] 2010 Science Symposium New Zealand: National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Oliver, M., Digby, S., Honeyfield-Ross, M., Kenyon, P., Pain, S., Blair, H., . . . Bloomfield, F. (2010). Glucose and insulin tolerance during pregnancy in ewes born to mothers who were immature or mature at mating. In National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2010 Science Symposium: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 19 - 19). , National Research Centre for Growth and Development [NRCGD] 2010 Science Symposium New Zealand: National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Pereira Loureiro, M., Pain, S., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2010). Do fetuses from primiparous one-year-old ewes differ from those of multiparous mature ewes?. In National Research Centre for Growth and Development 2010 Science Symposium: Programme and Abstracts(pp. 18 - 18). , National Research Centre for Growth and Development [NRCGD] 2010 Science Symposium New Zealand: National Research Centre for Growth and Development
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Azevedo, E., Poli, C., Reffatti, M., David, D., Carvalho, P., Amaral, G., . . . Milano, G.(2010). Use of faecal nitrogen as a marker to estimate intake of annual ryegrass in sheep. . Tandil, Argentina
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Morris, S., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Hutton, PG., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., & Kemp, PD. (2010). Preference of lambs for novel pasture herbs. (pp. 285 - 287). : Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kemp, P., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Pereira Loureiro, MF., Pain, S., Kenyon, P., & Blair, H. (2010). Do fetuses from primiparous one-year-old ewes differ from those of multiparous mature ewes?. Proceedings of the 70th New Zealand Society of Animal Production. Vol. 70 (pp. 118 - 120). New Zealand: 70th New Zealand Society of Animal Production Conference
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Blair, H., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Roca, F., Hutton, PG., Pain, SJ., Kenyon, PR., & Morris, ST. (2010). Use of novel pasture species to reduce methane emissions from New Zealand's grazing ruminants. (pp. 77 - 79). : Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2010). Animal preference for different feeds- stock can smell the difference. In 2010 Sheep & Beef Council Farmer Science Day(pp. 13 - 13). : Meat & Wool NZ, Sheeo & Beef Council
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2010). Do dairy cows have a favourite flavour. In NZ Large Herds Conference, Tip of the Iceberg Complying to the Future(pp. 34 - 35). : Summit Quinphos
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
van Wettere, WH., Herde, P., Hughes, PE., & Pain, SJ. (2009). Effect of supplementing gilt diets with Betaine during summer on reproductive performance. In VIIIth International Conference on Pig Reproduction (ICPR) 2009: Control of Pig Reproduction VIII(pp. 137 - 137). , VIIIth International Conference on Pig Reproduction (ICPR) 2009: Control of Pig Reproduction VIII: Nottingham University Press
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., & Revell, DK. (2009). Dairy cows and horses do not select oaten hay based on its greenness. New Zealand Society of Animal Production. (pp. 132 - 134).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., & van Wettere, WH. (2009). Maximising gilt and sow reproductive performance. In Advancing pork production seminar(pp. 11 - 12). : Animal Nutrition Division, Massey University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., & Revell, DK. (2009). Dairy cows and horses do not select oaten hay based on its greenness. In Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production(pp. 132 - 134). : New Zealand Society of Animal Production
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Bellotti, W., Nan, ZB., Shen, YY., Pain, SJ., Lihua, L., Xiaoyan, W., . . . Hou, FJ. (2008). Alleviating poverty and managing natural resources through integrated crop-livestock systems research in western China. In Multifunctional Grasslands in a Changing World(pp. 199 - 199). : Guangdong People's Publishing House
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
van Wettere, WH., Pain, SJ., & Hughes, PE. (2007). Mixing in early pregnancy: Effects on embryo survival. In Proceedings of the Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Australasian Pig Science Association(pp. 143 - 143). : Australasian Pig Science Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., Hughes, PE., & van Wettere, WH. (2007). Supplementing lactating sow diets with ractopamine: Effects on sow weight loss, milk composition and piglet growth. In Proceedings of the Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Australaian Pig Science Association(pp. 140 - 140). : Australasian Pig Science Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Gatford, KL., De Blasio, MJ., Harland, ML., Roberts, CT., Heinemann, G., Nottle, M., . . . Owens, JA. (2007). Effects of maternal somatotropin injections or feeding ractopamine in early-mid pregnancy in gilts and sows. In Proceedings of the Eleventh Biennial Conference of the Australasian Pig Science Association 2007(pp. 136 - 136). : Australasian Pig Science Association
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Tay, S., Digby, S., Pain, SJ., Blache, D., & Revell, DK. (2007). High-salt intake during pregnancy in ewes alters organ weights and aldosterone concentration in adult offspring. In Early Human Development: 5th International Congress on Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 2007(pp. S170 - S170). : Elsevier
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., & Revell, DK. (2007). Natural odorants can influence the preference of horses for lucerne hay. In P. Cronje, & N. Richards (Eds.) Recent Advances in Animal Nutrition in Australia. (pp. 29 - 35).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Pain, S.

Other

Pain, SJ. (2010). 'You must remember this...'. (pp. 33 - 33). Media Monitors
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Kemp, PD., Pain, SJ., & Kenyon, PR. (2010). Farmers get a taste of science. (pp. 5 - 5). Media Monitors
[Other]Authored by: Kemp, P., Kenyon, P., Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2010). Farm animals eat smart when given the choice. (pp. 12 - 12). Media Monitors
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., & Hutton, PG. (2009). Food, and how to eat study it. (pp. 23 - 23).
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ., & Hutton, PG. (2009). Out of the startchy came forth sweetness. (pp. 27 - 27).
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2009). Sheep preferences for novel pasture species. Presented at Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Pain, S.
Schreurs, NM., Hutton, PG., Pain, SJ., & Hickson, RE. (2009). Massey hires animal science young guns. (pp. 30).
[Other]Authored by: Hickson, R., Pain, S., Schreurs, N.
Morris, ST., Kemp, PD., Tillman, RW., Kenyon, PR., Blair, HT., Yule, IJ., . . . Sutherland, IA. (2009, May). Farming sheep in China and search for gene markers. In Central Districts & East Coast Sheep & Beef Council Science Day. Presented at Massey University Rugby Institute, Palmerston North, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Blair, H., Kemp, P., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Pain, S., Pomroy, W.
Schreurs, NM., Pain, SJ., Hutton, PG., & Hickson, RE. (2008). Animal science experts join the university. (pp. 17 - 17).
[Other]Authored by: Hickson, R., Pain, S., Schreurs, N.
Pain, SJ. (2008). Predicting short-term preference of hays by lactating Holstein Friesian cows or Thoroughbred horses. Presented at Palmerston North, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Pain, S.
Schreurs, NM., Hutton, PW., Pain, SJ., & Hickson, RE. (2008). Expert boost. (pp. 1 - 1). Rural News
[Other]Authored by: Hickson, R., Pain, S., Schreurs, N.
Pain, SJ. (2008). Expert boost.
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2008). Animal science experts join Massey University. (pp. 13 - 13).
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2008). Animal science experts join Massey University. (pp. 9).
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2008). More help on benches. (pp. 26).
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.
Pain, SJ. (2008). Key new staff join. (pp. 8).
[Other]Authored by: Pain, S.

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Supervisor of:

  • 2017 - Lisanne Monique Fermin - PhD
    Pre-implantation maternal uterine effects on embryo growth and development: An investigation using models of maternal constraint in sheep

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