Our collaboration was both long and successful with a total of 39 publications as co-authors over a period of 32 years. Our first paper was in 1973 and our last in 2005. The collaboration was successful because it combined Jim’s unique and pioneering ability to develop hormone assays with my knowledge and experience in reproductive physiology. It resulted in a number of seminal papers containing new knowledge that was then used by workers nationally and internationally to increase the understanding of hormones, their effects and interactions.
Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 70, Palmerston North, 319-331, 2010
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