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John Woolliams

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  2. A study of population variation and inheritance in Sitka spruce III. Age trends in genetic parameters and optimum selection ages for wood density, and genetic correlations with vigour traits

    Lee, S. J., Woolliams, J., Samuel, C. J. A. & Malcom, D. C., 2002, In: Silvae Genetica. 51, 4, p. 143-151 9 p.

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  3. A unifying theory for genetic epidemiological analysis of binary disease data

    Lipschutz-Powell, D., Woolliams, J. A. & Doeschl-Wilson, A. B., 19 Feb 2014, In: Genetics Selection Evolution. 46, 1, p. 15

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  4. ADIPOSE-TISSUE METABOLISM AND CELL-SIZE - VARIATION BETWEEN SUBCUTANEOUS SITES AND THE EFFECT OF COPPER SUPPLEMENTATION

    Sinnettsmith, P. A. & Woolliams, J., 1987, In: Animal Production Science . 45, p. 75-80 6 p.

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  5. ANALYSIS OF FACTORS AFFECTING SUPEROVULATORY RESPONSES IN RUMINANTS

    Woolliams, J., Luo, Z. W., Villanueva, B., Waddington, D., Broadbent, P. J., McKelvey, W. A. C. & Robinson, J. J., 1995, In: Journal of Agricultural Science. 124, p. 61-70 10 p.

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  6. ANIMAL AND DIETARY VARIATION IN THE ABSORPTION AND METABOLISM OF PHOSPHORUS BY SHEEP

    Field, A. C., Woolliams, J., Dingwall, R. A. & Munro, C. S., 1984, In: Journal of Agricultural Science. 103, OCT, p. 283-291 9 p.

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  7. ANTILIPOGENIC BUT NOT LIPOLYTIC EFFECTS OF RECOMBINANT DNA-DERIVED BOVINE SOMATOTROPIN TREATMENT ON OVINE ADIPOSE-TISSUE - VARIATION WITH GENETIC TYPE

    Sinnettsmith, P. A. & Woolliams, J., 1989, In: International Journal of Biochemistry. 21, 5, p. 535-540 6 p.

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  8. Accuracy of Predicting the Genetic Risk of Disease Using a Genome-Wide Approach

    Daetwyler, H. D., Villanueva, B. & Woolliams, J. A., 14 Oct 2008, In: PLoS ONE. 3, 10, p. - 8 p., e3395.

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  9. Accuracy of predicting breeding values and genetic risk of disease using a genome-wide approach

    Daetwyler, H. D., Villanueva, B. & Woolliams, J. A., 2009, In: Canadian Journal of Animal Science. 89, 1, p. 124-125 2 p.

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  10. An analysis of effects of heterozygosity in dairy cattle for bovine tuberculosis resistance

    Tsairidou, S., Allen, A. R., Pong-Wong, R., McBride, S. H., Wright, D. M., Matika, O., Pooley, C., McDowell, S. W. J., Glass, E., Skuce, R., Bishop, S. & Woolliams, J., Apr 2018, In: Animal Genetics. 49, 2, p. 103-109

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  11. An economic evaluation of long-term sustainability in the dairy sector

    Santarossa, J. M., Stott, A. W., Woolliams, J., Brotherstone, S., Wall, E. & Coffey, M. P., 2004, In: Animal science. 79, p. 315-325 11 p.

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