Armelle Prunier performs multidisciplinary study in Animal science and Food science in her work. She combines Food science and Animal science in her research. Armelle Prunier frequently studies issues relating to Blood sampling and Internal medicine. Genetics is closely attributed to Triiodothyronine in her research. Borrowing concepts from Hormone, she weaves in ideas under Triiodothyronine. Her Hormone study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Castration. She conducted interdisciplinary study in her works that combined Castration and Boar taint. As part of her studies on Boar taint, she often connects relevant areas like Immunology. Armelle Prunier combines Immunology and Antibody in her research.
Animal science is closely attributed to Estrous cycle in her work. Her research ties Internal medicine and Estrous cycle together. She combines topics linked to Ovulation with her work on Internal medicine. Her study in Hormone extends to Ovulation with its themes. Armelle Prunier connects Hormone with Endocrinology in her study. Many of her studies on Endocrinology involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Weaning. Many of her studies involve connections with topics such as Animal science and Weaning. Genetics is closely attributed to Antibody in her research. Her Antibody study frequently involves adjacent topics like Genetics.
Armelle Prunier focuses mostly in the field of Water treatment, narrowing it down to matters related to Environmental engineering and, in some cases, Water intake. Her Water intake study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Environmental engineering. Much of her study explores Animal science relationship to Large white. She performs integrative study on Ecology and Environmental protection. She integrates Environmental protection and Ecology in her studies. Armelle Prunier performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Endocrinology and Andrology via her papers. While working in this field, she studies both Andrology and Endocrinology. She performs integrative study on Genetics and Offspring. Her study in Pregnancy extends to Offspring with its themes.
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Heart rate variability as a measure of autonomic regulation of cardiac activity for assessing stress and welfare in farm animals -- a review.
Eberhard von Borell;Jan Langbein;Gérard Després;Sven Hansen.
Physiology & Behavior (2007)
A review of the welfare consequences of surgical castration in piglets and the evaluation of non-surgical methods
A. Prunier;M. Bonneau;E. H. von Borell;S. Cinotti.
Animal Welfare (2006)
Variability of colostrum yield and colostrum intake in pigs.
N. Devillers;C. Farmer;J. Le Dividich;A. Prunier.
Assessment of pain induced by castration in piglets: behavioral and physiological responses over the subsequent 5 days
Magali Hay;Adeline Vulin;Stéphanie Génin;Patrick Sales.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2003)
Influence of colostrum intake on piglet survival and immunity.
N. Devillers;J. Le Dividich;A. Prunier.
Influence of high ambient temperature on performance of reproductive sows
A. Prunier;M.Messias de Bragança;J. Le Dividich.
Livestock Production Science (1997)
Effects of castration, tooth resection, or tail docking on plasma metabolites and stress hormones in young pigs.
A. Prunier;A. M. Mounier;M. Hay.
Journal of Animal Science (2005)
The effect of energy and protein intake of sows on their longevity: a review☆
J.Y. Dourmad;M. Etienne;A. Prunier;J. Noblet.
Livestock Production Science (1994)
Stress, behaviour and reproductive performance in female cattle and pigs
Eberhard von Borell;Hilary Dobson;Armelle Prunier.
Hormones and Behavior (2007)
Animal welfare implications of surgical castration and its alternatives in pigs.
E. von Borell;J. Baumgartner;M. Giersing;N. Jäggin.
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