David Renaudeau focuses on Animal science, Litter, Large white, Internal medicine and Endocrinology. David Renaudeau performs multidisciplinary study on Animal science and Respiratory rate in his works. His Litter research integrates issues from Weaning and Animal feed.
His work on Metabolism, Glucagon, Artery and Blood flow as part of general Internal medicine study is frequently linked to Mammary gland, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Endocrinology study incorporates themes from Crossbreed and Milk production. While the research belongs to areas of Respiration, David Renaudeau spends his time largely on the problem of Heat acclimation, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Agronomy.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Meal, Large white, Tropical climate and Weaning. His work on Litter is typically connected to Respiratory rate as part of general Animal science study, connecting several disciplines of science. He interconnects Ingestion, Body weight, Feeding behavior and Erythrina in the investigation of issues within Meal.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Breed, Food science and Food intake. His Weaning research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Blood sampling and Saliva. The concepts of his Endocrinology study are interwoven with issues in Artery and Blood flow.
Animal science, Ruminant, Thermoregulation, Meal and Feed conversion ratio are his primary areas of study. His study in the field of Litter and Weaning is also linked to topics like Mathematics. His Litter study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Blood sampling, Morning and Saliva.
His Thermoregulation research incorporates themes from Ingestion and Weaned piglets. His studies in Meal integrate themes in fields like Sunflower, Standard diet, Finishing pig and Feeding behavior. His Feed conversion ratio study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Molecular biomarkers, Whole blood, Computational biology and Tryptophan.
David Renaudeau mostly deals with Ruminant, Animal science, Thermoregulation, Palm kernel meal and Food science. His Ruminant research encompasses a variety of disciplines, including Botany, Sorghum and Sorghum bicolor. The study incorporates disciplines such as Ingestion and Meal in addition to Animal science.
His Thermoregulation research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Litter and Weaning.
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Adaptation to hot climate and strategies to alleviate heat stress in livestock production.
David Renaudeau;Anne Collin;S. Yahav;V. de Basilio.
Effects of exposure to high ambient temperature and dietary protein level on sow milk production and performance of piglets
D Renaudeau;J Noblet.
Journal of Animal Science (2001)
A meta-analysis of the effects of high ambient temperature on growth performance of growing-finishing pigs.
Renaudeau , David (Inra , Petit-Bourg . Ur Unité de Recherches Zootechniques);Gourdine , Jean-Luc (Inra , Petit-Bourg . Ur Unité de Recherches Zootechniques);N.R. St-Pierre.
Journal of Animal Science (2011)
Effect of ambient temperature on mammary gland metabolism in lactating sows
D. Renaudeau;J. Noblet;J. Y. Dourmad.
Journal of Animal Science (2003)
Effects of exposure to high ambient temperature and dietary protein level on performance of multiparous lactating sows.
D Renaudeau;N Quiniou;J Noblet.
Journal of Animal Science (2001)
A comparison of carcass and meat quality characteristics of Creole and Large White pigs slaughtered at 90kg BW.
D. Renaudeau;J. Mourot.
Meat Science (2007)
Effects of breed and season on performance of lactating sows in a tropical humid climate.
J. L. Gourdine;J. P. Bidanel;J. Noblet;D. Renaudeau.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Effect of temperature on thermal acclimation in growing pigs estimated using a nonlinear function.
D. Renaudeau;C. Anais;L. Tel;J. L. Gourdine.
Journal of Animal Science (2010)
Review: divergent selection for residual feed intake in the growing pig.
H. Gilbert;Y. Billon;L. Brossard;J. Faure.
Effect of thermal heat stress on energy utilization in two lines of pigs divergently selected for residual feed intake.
David Renaudeau;Goulven Francès;Goulven Francès;Serge Dubois;Serge Dubois;Hélène Gilbert.
Journal of Animal Science (2013)
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