Her Litter study deals with Agronomy intersecting with Straw and Sunflower. As part of her studies on Straw, she frequently links adjacent subjects like Agronomy. Her Endocrinology study frequently draws connections to other fields, such as Obesity. Her study brings together the fields of Abdominal fat and Obesity. Much of her study explores Abdominal fat relationship to Endocrinology. Her Animal science study often links to related topics such as Stocking. Her study brings together the fields of Water holding capacity and Food science. Her research combines Food science and Water holding capacity. Her Feed conversion ratio study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Body weight.
In her study, Longissimus dorsi is inextricably linked to Animal science, which falls within the broad field of Breed. Her Ecology study frequently links to other fields, such as Pasture and Pollution. She combines Pollution and Ecology in her research. The study of Biochemistry is intertwined with the study of Oxidative phosphorylation in a number of ways. In her works, she conducts interdisciplinary research on Food science and Biochemistry. She incorporates Fatty acid and Linolenic acid in her research. Cecilia Mugnai conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Linolenic acid and Fatty acid through her research. In her works, Cecilia Mugnai undertakes multidisciplinary study on Polyunsaturated fatty acid and Linoleic acid. She connects Linoleic acid with Polyunsaturated fatty acid in her research.
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Effect of organic production system on broiler carcass and meat quality
C Castellini;C Mugnai;A Dal Bosco.
Meat Science (2002)
Effect of dietary α-linolenic acid and vitamin E on the fatty acid composition, storage stability and sensory traits of rabbit meat.
A. Dal Bosco;C. Castellini;L. Bianchi;C. Mugnai.
Meat Science (2004)
Rearing rabbits on a wire net floor or straw litter: behaviour, growth and meat qualitative traits
A Dal Bosco;C Castellini;C Mugnai.
Livestock Production Science (2002)
Meat quality of three chicken genotypes reared according to the organic system
C Castellini;C Mugnai;A Dal Bosco.
Italian Journal of Food Science (2002)
A multicriteria approach for measuring the sustainability of different poultry production systems
Cesare Castellini;Antonio Boggia;Carla Cortina;Alessandro Dal Bosco.
Journal of Cleaner Production (2012)
Effect of rearing system and season on the performance and egg characteristics of Ancona laying hens
Cecilia Mugnai;Alessandro Dal Bosco;Cesare Castellini.
Italian Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Comparison of two chicken genotypes organically reared: oxidative stability and other qualitative traits of the meat
Cesare Castellini;Alessandro Dal Bosco;Cecilia Mugnai;Martina Pedrazzoli.
Italian Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Performance and behaviour of chickens with different growing rate reared according to the organic system
Cesare Castellini;Alessandro Dal Bosco;Cecilia Mugnai;Marcella Bernardini.
Italian Journal of Animal Science (2002)
Effect of genotype and rearing system on chicken behavior and muscle fiber characteristics
R Branciari;Cecilia Mugnai;R Mammoli;D Miraglia.
Journal of Animal Science (2009)
Oxidative status and semen characteristics of rabbit buck as affected by dietary
Cesare Castellini;Paolo Lattaioli;Alessandro Dal Bosco;Alba Minelli.
Reproduction Nutrition Development (2003)
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