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Alexander, F., & Davies, M. E. (1969). Studies on vitamin B12 in the horse. Br. Vet. J., 125(4), 169–176.
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Alexander, F., & Davies, M. E. (1963). Production and fermentation of lactate by bacteria in the alimentary canal of the horse and pig. J Comp Pathol, 73, 1–8.
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Alexander, F., Davies, M. E., & Muir, A. R. (1970). Bacteriophage-like particles in the large intestine of the horse. Res Vet Sci, 11(6), 592–593.
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Alexander, F., Horner, M. W., & Moss, M. S. (1967). The salivary secretion and clearance in the horse of chloral hydrate and its metabolites. Biochem Pharmacol, 16(7), 1305–1311.
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Alexander, F., Macpherson, M. J. D., & Oxford, A. E. (1952). Fermentative activities of some members of the normal coccal flora of the horse's large intestine. J Comp Pathol, 62(4), 252–259.
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Alexander, F., & Nicholson, J. D. (1968). The blood and saliva clearances of phenobarbitone and pentobarbitone in the horse. Biochem Pharmacol, 17(2), 203–210.
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Alexander, R., MCN et al. (1977). Fast locomotion of some african ungulates. J Zool, 183(3), 291–300.
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Alexander, S. L., & Irvine, C. H. (1998). The effect of social stress on adrenal axis activity in horses: the importance of monitoring corticosteroid-binding globulin capacity. Journal of Endocrinology, 157(3), 425–432.
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Alexandridis, A. (2009). Pferdgestützte Bewegungstherapie bei Essstörungen. mup, 1, 13–26.
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Allcroft, D. J., Tolkamp, B. J., Glasbey, C. A., & Kyriazakis, I. (2004). The importance of `memory' in statistical models for animal feeding behaviour. Behav. Process., 67(1), 99–109.
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