Tony Parsons
Tony Parsons
Professor Grassland Science, Massey University, NZ
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Diet preference of sheep: effects of recent diet, physiological state and species abundance
AJ Parsons, JA Newman, PD Penning, A Harvey, RJ Orr
Journal of animal ecology, 465-478, 1994
The physiology of grass production under grazing. II. Photosynthesis, crop growth and animal intake of continuously-grazed swards
AJ Parsons, EL Leafe, B Collett, PD Penning, J Lewis
Journal of applied ecology, 127-139, 1983
Intake and behaviour responses by sheep to changes in sward characteristics under continuous stocking
PD Penning, AJ Parsons, RJ Orr, TT Treacher
Grass and Forage Science 46 (1), 15-28, 1991
Use of a model to optimize the interaction between frequency and severity of intermittent defoliation and to provide a fundamental comparison of the continuous and intermittent …
AJ Parsons, IR Johnson, A Harvey
Grass and forage science 43 (1), 49-59, 1988
Analysis of the coexistence mechanisms for grasses and legumes in grazing systems
S Schwinning, AJ Parsons
Journal of ecology, 799-813, 1996
The physiology of grass production under grazing. I. Characteristics of leaf and canopy photosynthesis of continuously-grazed swards
AJ Parsons, EL Leafe, B Collett, W Stiles
Journal of applied ecology, 117-126, 1983
High nitrogen supply and carbohydrate content reduce fungal endophyte and alkaloid concentration in Lolium perenne
S Rasmussen, AJ Parsons, S Bassett, MJ Christensen, DE Hume, ...
New Phytologist 173 (4), 787-797, 2007
The effect of the duration of regrowth on photosynthesis, leaf death and the average rate of growth in a rotationally grazed sward
AJ Parsons, PD Penning
Grass and forage science 43 (1), 15-27, 1988
DairyMod and EcoMod: biophysical pasture-simulation models for Australia and New Zealand
IR Johnson, DF Chapman, VO Snow, RJ Eckard, AJ Parsons, ...
Australian journal of experimental agriculture 48 (5), 621-631, 2008
Metabolic profiles of Lolium perenne are differentially affected by nitrogen supply, carbohydrate content, and fungal endophyte infection
S Rasmussen, AJ Parsons, K Fraser, H Xue, JA Newman
Plant physiology 146 (3), 1440-1453, 2008
Fasting affects intake behaviour and diet preference of grazing sheep
JA Newman, PD Penning, AJ Parsons, A Harvey, RJ Orr
Animal Behaviour 47 (1), 185-193, 1994
The principles of pasture growth and utilization
AJ Parsons, DF Chapman
Grass, its production and utilization. London: Blackwell Science, 31-89, 2000
A mechanistic model of some physical determinants of intake rate and diet selection in a two-species temperate grassland sward
AJ Parsons, JHM Thornley, J Newman, PD Penning
Functional ecology, 187-204, 1994
The effects of season and management on the growth of grass swards
AJ Parsons
The grass crop, 129-177, 1988
Optimal diet selection by a generalist grazing herbivore
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, JHM Thornley, PD Penning, JR Krebs
Functional ecology, 255-268, 1995
Not all sheep prefer clover: diet selection revisited
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, A Harvey
The Journal of Agricultural Science 119 (2), 275-283, 1992
Intake and behaviour responses by sheep to changes in sward characteristics under rotational grazing
PD Penning, AJ Parsons, RJ Orr, GE Hooper
Grass and Forage Science 49 (4), 476-486, 1994
The effects of group size on grazing time in sheep
PD Penning, AJ Parsons, JA Newman, RJ Orr, A Harvey
Applied Animal Behaviour Science 37 (2), 101-109, 1993
Uptake, cycling and fate of nitrogen in grass-clover swards continuously grazed by sheep
AJ Parsons, RJ Orr, PD Penning, DR Lockyer, JC Ryden
Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge 116 (1), 47-61, 1991
Impacts of spatial patterns in pasture on animal grazing behavior, intake, and performance
DF Chapman, AJ Parsons, GP Cosgrove, DJ Barker, DM Marotti, ...
Crop Science 47 (1), 399-415, 2007
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