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Courtney Jones, S. Kirsten., Munn, A. J. & Byrne, P. G. (2017). Effects of captivity on house mice behaviour in a novel environment: implications for conservation practices. Applied Animal Behaviour Science, 189 98-106.
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Courtney Jones, S. K., Munn, A. J., Penman, T. D. & Byrne, P. G. (2015). Long-term changes in food availability mediate the effects of temperature on growth, development and survival in striped marsh frog larvae: implications for captive breeding programmes. Conservation Physiology, 3 (1), cov029.
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Williamson, S. A., Courtney Jones, S. K. & Munn, A. J. (2014). Is gastrointestinal plasticity in king quail (Coturnix chinensis) elicited by diet-fibre or diet-energy dilution?. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 217 (11), 1839-1842.
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Courtney Jones, S. K. & Munn, A. J. (2013). Caecal abnormality in a layer hen (Gallus gallus forma domestica) not accompanied by deficits in digestive performance or egg productivity. Animal Science Journal, 84 (1), 97-100.
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Courtney Jones, S. K., Cowieson, A. J., Williamson, S. A. & Munn, A. J. (2013). 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 energy deficits in favour of phenotypic plasticity. Journal of Animal Physiology and Animal Nutrition, 97 (5), 868-877.
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