Tony Parsons
Tony Parsons
Professor Grassland Science, Massey University, NZ
Verified email at massey.ac.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
3811994
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
3071983
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
2781991
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
2651988
Analysis of the coexistence mechanisms for grasses and legumes in grazing systems
S Schwinning, AJ Parsons
Journal of ecology, 799-813, 1996
2361996
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
2171983
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
2122007
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
2121988
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
1992008
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
1792008
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
1751994
The principles of pasture growth and utilization
AJ Parsons, DF Chapman
Grass, its production and utilization. London: Blackwell Science, 31-89, 2000
1702000
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
1691994
The effects of season and management on the growth of grass swards
AJ Parsons
The grass crop, 129-177, 1988
1691988
Optimal diet selection by a generalist grazing herbivore
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, JHM Thornley, PD Penning, JR Krebs
Functional ecology, 255-268, 1995
1651995
Not all sheep prefer clover: diet selection revisited
JA Newman, AJ Parsons, A Harvey
The Journal of Agricultural Science 119 (2), 275-283, 1992
1511992
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
1451994
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
1451993
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
1401991
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
1302007
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