1994 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
The Breed study which covers Animal science that intersects with Crossbreed. His Crossbreed study often links to related topics such as Animal science. He is researching Body weight as part of the investigation of Feed conversion ratio and Lean tissue. Lean tissue and Body weight are commonly linked in his work. Ecology is integrated with Competition (biology) and Allometry in his study. By researching both Competition (biology) and Ecology, he produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He connects relevant research areas such as Trough (economics) and Productivity in the domain of Macroeconomics. He connects Productivity with Macroeconomics in his research. In most of his Endocrinology studies, his work intersects topics such as Food intake.
His study brings together the fields of Crossbreed and Animal science. In most of his Crossbreed studies, his work intersects topics such as Animal science. His Food science study frequently links to other fields, such as Meal. As part of his studies on Meal, he often connects relevant subjects like Food science. His Body weight study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Endocrinology. As part of his studies on Endocrinology, he often connects relevant subjects like Body weight. By researching both Biochemistry and Amino acid, Colin T. Whittemore produces research that crosses academic boundaries. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Amino acid and Biochemistry. He regularly ties together related areas like Dry matter in his Agronomy studies.
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The science and practice of pig production
Colin Trengove Whittemore.
Theoretical aspects of a flexible model to stimulate protein and lipid growth in pigs
C. T. Whittemore;R. H. Fawcett.
Animal production (1976)
Protein growth in pigs
C. T. Whittemore;J. B. Tullis;G. C. Emmans.
Animal production (1988)
Diet selection in pigs: choices made by growing pigs given foods of different protein concentrations.
I. Kyriazakis;G. C. Emmans;C. T. Whittemore.
Animal production (1990)
Effect of group size on feeding behaviour, social behaviour, and performance of growing pigs using single-space feeders
Birte L. Nielsen;Alistair B. Lawrence;Colin T. Whittemore.
Livestock Production Science (1995)
Reproductive performance, body weight and body condition of breeding sows with differing body fatness at parturition, differing nutrition during lactation, and differing litter size
H. Yang;P. R. Eastham;P. Phillips;C. T. Whittemore.
Animal production (1989)
Nutrition reproduction interactions in primiparous sows
Livestock Production Science (1996)
Whittemore's Science and Practice of Pig Production
Ilias Kyriazakis;Colin Trengove Whittemore.
Physical and chemical composition of the body of breeding sows with differing body subcutaneous fat depth at parturition, differing nutrition during lactation and differing litter size
C. T. Whittemore;H. Yang.
Animal production (1989)
The ability of pigs to control their protein intake when fed in three different ways.
I. Kyriazakis;G.C. Emmans;C.T. Whittemore.
Physiology & Behavior (1991)
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