Andrew D. Fisher mostly deals with Livestock, Plasma cortisol, Hydrocortisone, Endocrinology and Internal medicine. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Adaptation, Animal welfare and Heritability. His work deals with themes such as Urea, Live weight, Immune system, Creatine kinase and Clonixin, which intersect with Plasma cortisol.
His Hydrocortisone research incorporates elements of Local anesthesia and Castration. His Castration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Haptoglobin, Beef cattle, Sexual maturity, Physiology and Orchiectomy. Andrew D. Fisher regularly links together related areas like Dairy cattle in his Internal medicine studies.
Andrew D. Fisher spends much of his time researching Animal science, Animal welfare, Veterinary medicine, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. The various areas that Andrew D. Fisher examines in his Animal science study include Pasture, Grazing and Creatine kinase. His work carried out in the field of Animal welfare brings together such families of science as Animal husbandry, Agriculture, Surgery, Intensive care medicine and Livestock.
Andrew D. Fisher studies Hydrocortisone which is a part of Internal medicine. Endocrinology is closely attributed to Dairy cattle in his study. In his research, Beef cattle is intimately related to Antibody response, which falls under the overarching field of Dairy cattle.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Animal welfare, Veterinary medicine, Competence and Animal husbandry. His study in Animal science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Urea and Creatine kinase. As a member of one scientific family, Andrew D. Fisher mostly works in the field of Animal welfare, focusing on Herd and, on occasion, Lameness and Cattle Diseases.
Andrew D. Fisher usually deals with Veterinary medicine and limits it to topics linked to Curriculum and Recreation. His Animal husbandry research includes themes of Local anaesthetic, Scientific literature and Process. His Milking research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Grazing, Dairy herds, Forage and Pasture.
Andrew D. Fisher mainly investigates Herd, Animal science, Milking, Animal welfare and Cattle Diseases. Andrew D. Fisher combines subjects such as Forage and Pasture with his study of Animal science. His Cattle Diseases research incorporates elements of Agriculture, Lameness, Animal feed and Agricultural science.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Animal husbandry and Scoring system in addition to Lameness. His studies deal with areas such as Morning and Grazing as well as Dairy herds.
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Genetics of adaptation and domestication in livestock
Sandrine Mignon-Grasteau;Alain Boissy;Jacques Bouix;Jean-Michel Faure.
Livestock Production Science (2005)
Effect of castration method and the provision of local anesthesia on plasma cortisol, scrotal circumference, growth, and feed intake of bull calves.
A D Fisher;M A Crowe;M E Alonso de la Varga;W J Enright.
Journal of Animal Science (1996)
The effects of feed restriction and lying deprivation on pituitary–adrenal axis regulation in lactating cows
A.D Fisher;G.A Verkerk;C.J Morrow;L.R Matthews.
Livestock Production Science (2002)
The design and evaluation of a mobile sensor/actuator network for autonomous animal control
Tim Wark;Chris Crossman;Wen Hu;Ying Guo.
information processing in sensor networks (2007)
Release from restraint generates a positive judgement bias in sheep
Rebecca Elise Doyle;Rebecca Elise Doyle;Andrew D Fisher;Geoffrey Hinch;Alain Boissy.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2010)
Genetics of fear in ruminant livestock
A. Boissy;A.D. Fisher;J. Bouix;G.N. Hinch.
Livestock Production Science (2005)
Effects of surgical or banding castration on stress responses and behaviour of bulls.
A D Fisher;T W Knight;G P Cosgrove;A F Death.
Australian Veterinary Journal (2001)
Measuring judgement bias and emotional reactivity in sheep following long-term exposure to unpredictable and aversive events
Rebecca Elise Doyle;Caroline Lee;Veronique Deiss;Andrew D Fisher.
Physiology & Behavior (2011)
The effect of a topical anaesthetic formulation, systemic flunixin and carprofen, singly or in combination, on cortisol and behavioural responses of Merino lambs to mulesing.
Paull;C Lee;IG Colditz;SJ Atkinson.
Australian Veterinary Journal (2007)
The effect of repeated testing on judgement biases in sheep.
Rebecca Elise Doyle;Stephanie Vidal;Geoffrey Hinch;Andrew D Fisher.
Behavioural Processes (2010)
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