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Barbara Adlington

Technician
Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences
Massey University
New Zealand

Biography

Dr. Barbara Adlington is currently working as a Technician in the Department of Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences, Massey univesity , Newzealand.

Research Interest

Vet, Animal and Biomedical Sciences

Publications

  • Scott, I., Pomroy, WE., Kenyon, PR., Morris, ST., West, DM., Burnham, DL., . . . Tunnicliffe, AC. (2009). Suppressive drenching of lambs before weaning: Effects on lamb performance pre- and post-weaning. In New Zealand Society for Parasitology Annual Meeting No.37 2009(pp. 28 - 28). , New Zealand Society for Parasitology Annual Meeting No.37: New Zealand Society for Parasitology

  • Scott, I., Benny, S., Pomroy, WE., Adlington, BC., & Tunnicliffe, AC. (2009). Digestive lysozyme concentrations in blood: An alternative to assay of serum pepsinogen?. In World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology 2009(pp. 60 - 60). , World Association for the Advancement of Veterinary Parasitology 2009: WAAVP

  • Scott, I., Kenyon, P., Morris, S., Blair, H., Tunnicliffe, A., & Adlington, B. (2009). Variable experience of parasitism by five ram lamb mobs grazing the same pasture. In NEW ZEALAND JOURN

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