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Journal Article

Yang, R., Jacobson, C., Gardner, G., Carmichael, I., Campbell, A.J.D. and Ryan, U. (2014) Development of a quantitative PCR (qPCR) for Giardia and analysis of the prevalence, cyst shedding and genotypes of Giardia present in sheep across four states in Australia. Experimental Parasitology, 137 . pp. 46-52.

Yang, R., Jacobson, C., Gardner, G., Carmichael, I., Campbell, A.J.D. and Ryan, U. (2014) Longitudinal prevalence and faecal shedding of Chlamydia pecorum in sheep. The Veterinary Journal, 201 (1). pp. 322-326.

Yang, R., Jacobson, C., Gardner, G., Carmichael, I., Campbell, A.J.D. and Ryan, U. (2014) Longitudinal prevalence, faecal shedding and molecular characterisation of Campylobacter spp. and Salmonella enterica in sheep. The Veterinary Journal, In press .

Yang, R., Jacobson, C., Gardner, G., Carmichael, I., Campbell, A.J.D., Ng-Hublin, J. and Ryan, U. (2014) Longitudinal prevalence, oocyst shedding and molecular characterisation of Cryptosporidium species in sheep across four states in Australia. Veterinary Parasitology, 200 (1-2). pp. 50-58.

Ward, C, Watts, T., Miller, D. and Jacobson, C. (2013) Effect of nutrition, body condition and liveweight change on efficacy of biological wool harvesting with epidermal growth factor (Bioclip). Animal Production Science, 53 (6). pp. 487-494.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Robertson, I.D., Ryan, U., Jacobson, C. and Woodgate, R.G. (2012) Impacts of naturally acquired protozoa and strongylid nematode infections on growth and faecal attributes in lambs. Veterinary Parasitology, 184 (2-4). pp. 298-308.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Ryan, U.M., Robertson, I.D. and Jacobson, C. (2012) Molecular identification of naturally acquired strongylid infections in lambs—An investigation into how lamb age influences diagnostic sensitivity. Veterinary Parasitology, 187 (1-2). pp. 227-236.

Dobson, R.J., Hosking, B.C., Jacobson, C.L., Cotter, J.L., Besier, R.B., Stein, P.A. and Reid, S.A. (2012) Preserving new anthelmintics: a simple method for estimating faecal egg count reduction test (FECRT) confidence limits when efficacy and/or nematode aggregation is high. Veterinary Parasitology, 186 (1-2). pp. 79-92.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Ryan, U.M., Robertson, I.D. and Jacobson, C. (2012) Prevalence and on-farm risk factors for diarrhoea in meat lamb flocks in Western Australia. The Veterinary Journal, 192 (3). pp. 503-510.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Gardner, G.E., Dobson, R.J., Jacobson, C. and Bell, K. (2011) Associations between trichostrongylid worm egg count and productivity measures in Dorper lambs. Veterinary Parasitology, 180 (3-4). pp. 307-314.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Robertson, I.D., Ryan, U.M., Jacobson, C. and Woodgate, R.G. (2011) Comparison of molecular and McMaster microscopy techniques to confirm the presence of naturally acquired strongylid nematode infections in sheep. Molecular and Biochemical Parasitology, 180 (1). pp. 62-67.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Ryan, U.M., Robertson, I.D. and Jacobson, C. (2011) Cryptosporidium and Giardia associated with reduced lamb carcase productivity. Veterinary Parasitology, 182 (2-4). pp. 127-139.

Sweeny, J.P.A., Ryan, U.M., Robertson, I.D., Yang, R., Bell, K. and Jacobson, C. (2011) Longitudinal investigation of protozoan parasites in meat lamb farms in southern Western Australia. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 101 (3-4). pp. 192-203.

Jacobson, C., Bell, K., Forshaw, D. and Besier, B. (2009) Association between nematode larvae and “low worm egg count diarrhoea” in sheep in Western Australia. Veterinary Parasitology, 165 (1-2). pp. 66-73.

Jacobson, C., Pluske, J., Besier, R.B., Bell, K. and Pethick, D. (2009) Associations between nematode larval challenge and gastrointestinal tract size that affect carcass productivity in sheep. Veterinary Parasitology, 161 (3-4). pp. 248-254.

Jacobson, C.L., Bell, K. and Besier, R.B. (2009) Nematode parasites and faecal soiling of sheep in lairage: evidence of widespread potential production losses for the sheep industry. Animal Production Science, 49 (4). p. 326.

Yang, R., Jacobson, C., Gordon, C. and Ryan, U. (2009) Prevalence and molecular characterisation of Cryptosporidium and Giardia species in pre-weaned sheep in Australia. Veterinary Parasitology, 161 (1-2). pp. 19-24.

Ryan, U.M., Bath, C., Robertson, I., Read, C., Elliot, A., McInnes, L., Traub, R.J. and Besier, B. (2005) Sheep may not be an important zoonotic reservoir for Cryptosporidium and Giardia parasites. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 71 (9). pp. 4992-4997.

Conference Paper

Jacobson, C. and Besier, R.B. (2006) Internal parasites in sheep at slaughter: a burden on the sheep meat industry? In: Australian Sheep Industry CRC Conference, Orange, Australia

Jacobson, C., Bell, K., Forshaw, D. and Besier, R.B. (2006) Investigation of causes of "low worm egg count diarrhoea" in sheep in Western Australia. In: Australian Sheep Veterinarians Conference, 9 - 11 September, Wagga Wagga, Australia

Suter, R.J., Bath-Jacobson, C.L. and Besier, R.B. (2005) Changes in worm control practices on Western Australian sheep farm 1981-2002. In: 6th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, 17 - 21 June, Crete, Greece

Bath-Jacobson, C.L., Pluske, J.R., Bell, K., Besier, R.B. and Pethick, D.W. (2005) Increasing digesta viscosity may increase parasite establishment in the small intestine of sheep. In: 6th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, 17 - 21 June, Crete, Greece

Bath-Jacobson, C.L., Pluske, J., Bell, K. and Pethick, D.W. (2005) Increasing viscosity of digesta has detrimental effects on faecal consistency in sheep. In: 6th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, 17 - 21 June, Crete, Greece

Bath-Jacobson, C.L., Ryan, U.M., Robertson, I. and Besier, R.B. (2005) Internal parasites and association with diarrhoea in sheep at an abattoir in Western Australia. In: 6th International Sheep Veterinary Congress, 17 - 21 June, Crete, Greece

Besier, R.B., Ryan, U.M. and Bath, C.L. (2004) Parasites in sheep at slaughter - an unexpected burden on the industry. In: Australian Sheep Veterinary Annual Conference, 5 - 6 May, Canberra, Australia

Besier, B., Ryan, U. and Bath, C. (2004) Worm burdens in sheep at slaughter. In: Agribusiness Sheep Updates, 27 - 28 July, Perth, Western Australia

Bath, C. (2003) Non-infectious intestinal conditions of sheep. In: Australian Sheep Veterinary Society Conference, 25 - 30 May, Cairns, Australia

Conference Item

Cornelius, M., Jacobson, C. and Besier, B. (2010) Can body condition score be used to refine worm control? In: Sheep CRC Conference 2010, 20 - 21 October, Adelaide, Australia.

Book Chapter

Besier, R., Jacobson, C., Woodgate, R.G. and Bell, K. (2010) Sheep health. In: Cottle, D.J., (ed.) The International Sheep and Wool Handbook. Nottingham University Press, Nottingham, UK, pp. 471-478.

Thesis

Jacobson, Caroline (2006) Scouring and dag in sheep in Western Australia: the role of parasitic nematodes and nutritional factors in diarrhoea in sheep of post-weaning age. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

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