Paul F Arthur
Paul F Arthur
Senior Principal Research Scientist, NSW Department of Primary Industries, Australia
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Genetic and phenotypic variance and covariance components for feed intake, feed efficiency, and other postweaning traits in Angus cattle
PF Arthur, JA Archer, DJ Johnston, RM Herd, EC Richardson, PF Parnell
Journal of animal science 79 (11), 2805-2811, 2001
6632001
Physiological basis for residual feed intake
RM Herd, PF Arthur
Journal of animal science 87 (suppl_14), E64-E71, 2009
4602009
Potential for selection to improve efficiency of feed use in beef cattle: a review
JA Archer, EC Richardson, RM Herd, PF Arthur
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 50 (2), 147-162, 1999
4521999
Genetic and phenotypic relationships among different measures of growth and feed efficiency in young Charolais bulls
PF Arthur, G Renand, D Krauss
Livestock Production Science 68 (2-3), 131-139, 2001
3592001
Reducing the cost of beef production through genetic improvement in residual feed intake: Opportunity and challenges to application
RM Herd, JA Archer, PF Arthur
Journal of animal science 81 (13_suppl_1), E9-E17, 2003
2762003
Optimum postweaning test for measurement of growth rate, feed intake, and feed efficiency in British breed cattle
JA Archer, PF Arthur, RM Herd, PF Parnell, WS Pitchford
Journal of animal science 75 (8), 2024-2032, 1997
2751997
Double muscling in cattle: a review
PF Arthur
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 46 (8), 1493-1515, 1995
2521995
Body composition and implications for heat production of Angus steer progeny of parents selected for and against residual feed intake
EC Richardson, RM Herd, VH Oddy, JM Thompson, JA Archer, PF Arthur
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 41 (7), 1065-1072, 2001
2132001
Metabolic differences in Angus steers divergently selected for residual feed intake
EC Richardson, RM Herd, JA Archer, PF Arthur
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 44 (5), 441-452, 2004
1932004
Genome-wide association studies for feedlot and growth traits in cattle
S Bolormaa, BJ Hayes, K Savin, R Hawken, W Barendse, PF Arthur, ...
Journal of animal science 89 (6), 1684-1697, 2011
1662011
Feed intake and efficiency in beef cattle: overview of recent Australian research and challenges for the future
PF Arthur, JA Archer, RM Herd
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 44 (5), 361-369, 2004
1562004
Meat quality and the calpain system of feedlot steers following a single generation of divergent selection for residual feed intake
MB McDonagh, RM Herd, EC Richardson, VH Oddy, JA Archer, PF Arthur
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 41 (7), 1013-1021, 2001
1462001
Maternal productivity of Angus cows divergently selected for post-weaning residual feed intake
PF Arthur, RM Herd, JF Wilkins, JA Archer
Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 45 (8), 985-993, 2005
1432005
Genetic variation in feed intake and efficiency of mature beef cows and relationships with postweaning measurements
JA Archer, A Reverter, RM Herd, DJ Johnston, PF Arthur
Proceedings of the 7th world congress on genetics applied to livestock …, 2002
1412002
Response to selection for net feed intake in beef cattle
PF Arthur, JA Archer, RM Herd, GJ Melville
Proceedings of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and …, 2001
1032001
Possible physiological indicators for net feed conversion efficiency in beef cattle
EC Richardson, RM Herd, PF Arthur, J Wright, G Xu, K Dibley, VH Oddy
Proceedings-Australian Society Of Animal Production 21, 103-106, 1996
891996
Steers bred for improved net feed efficiency eat less for the same feedlot performance
EC Richardson
Animal Production in Australia 22, 213-216, 1998
811998
Direct and maternal additive and heterosis effects from crossing Bos indicus and Bos taurus cattle: cow and calf performance in two environments
PF Arthur, H Hearnshaw, PD Stephenson
Livestock Production Science 57 (3), 231-241, 1999
751999
Efficiency of feed utilisation by livestock—Implications and benefits of genetic improvement
PF Arthur, RM Herd
Canadian Journal of Animal Science 85 (3), 281-290, 2005
672005
Incidence of dystocia and perinatal calf mortality resulting from reciprocal crossing of double-muscled and normal cattle
PF Arthur, M Makarechian, MA Price
The Canadian Veterinary Journal 29 (2), 163, 1988
641988
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