Sean Williamson
Sean Williamson
School of Biological Sciences, Monash Univeristy, Australia
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TitleCited byYear
When is embryonic arrest broken in turtle eggs?
SA Williamson, RG Evans, RD Reina
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 90 (5), 523-532, 2017
92017
Is gastrointestinal plasticity in king quail (Coturnix chinensis) elicited by diet-fibre or diet-energy dilution?
SA Williamson, SKC Jones, AJ Munn
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (11), 1839-1842, 2014
92014
Hypoxia as a novel method for preventing movement-induced mortality during translocation of turtle eggs
SA Williamson, RG Evans, NJ Robinson, RD Reina
Biological Conservation 216, 86-92, 2017
52017
No effect of short‐term exposure to high‐fibre diets on the gastrointestinal morphology of layer hens (Gallus gallus domesticus): body reserves are used to manage …
SK Courtney Jones, AJ Cowieson, SA Williamson, AJ Munn
Journal of animal physiology and animal nutrition 97 (5), 868-877, 2013
42013
Ecological and evolutionary significance of a lack of capacity for extended developmental arrest in crocodilian eggs
SA Williamson, RG Evans, SC Manolis, GJ Webb, RD Reina
Royal Society open science 4 (12), 171439, 2017
12017
Hematology and Serum Biochemistry for Free-ranging Freshwater Crocodiles (Crocodylus johnstoni) in Western Australia
TF Scheelings, SA Williamson, RD Reina
Journal of wildlife diseases 52 (4), 959-961, 2016
12016
Plastic Fork Found Inside the Nostril of an Olive Ridley Sea Turtle
NJ Robinson, TC Dornfeld, BO Butler, LJ Domico, CR Hertz, LN McKenna, ...
Marine Turtle Newsletter 150, 1-3, 2016
12016
Synchronised nesting aggregations are associated with enhanced capacity for extended embryonic arrest in olive ridley sea turtles
SA Williamson, RG Evans, NJ Robinson, RD Reina
Scientific Reports 9, 9783, 2019
2019
Control and ecological significance of embryonic development in turtles and crocodiles
SA Williamson
Monash University, 2018
2018
Phenotypic plasticity of the gastrointestinal tract in king quail (Coturnix chinensis)
SA Williamson
University of Wollongong, 2012
2012
. Embryonic development in the leatherback turtle and the effects of pre-ovipositional embryonic arrest on reproductive success.
SA Williamson, RG Evans, RD Reina
CONTROL AND ECOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF EMBRYONIC DEVELOPMENT IN TURTLES AND …, 0
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