Hélène Gilbert undertakes multidisciplinary investigations into Genetics and Candidate gene in her work. She performs multidisciplinary studies into Candidate gene and Allele in her work. Hélène Gilbert merges many fields, such as Allele and White (mutation), in her writings. Hélène Gilbert brings together White (mutation) and Genetics to produce work in her papers. In her articles, she combines various disciplines, including Gene and Autosome. Her work often combines Autosome and Chromosome studies. She combines Chromosome and Genotype in her research. She integrates many fields, such as Genotype and Genetic association, in her works. Her multidisciplinary approach integrates Genetic association and Gene in her work.
Weaning is closely connected to Animal science in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Sire. Her study brings together the fields of Animal science and Weaning. Her study in the fields of Macroeconomics under the domain of Production (economics) overlaps with other disciplines such as Ecology. Hélène Gilbert applies her multidisciplinary studies on Macroeconomics and Production (economics) in her research. In her works, Hélène Gilbert undertakes multidisciplinary study on Ecology and Genetics. While working on this project, Hélène Gilbert studies both Genetics and Biotechnology. She connects Biotechnology with Gene in her study. Hélène Gilbert carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Gene and Heritability. Her study on Endocrinology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Feed conversion ratio.
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Genetic parameters for residual feed intake in growing pigs, with emphasis on genetic relationships with carcass and meat quality traits
H. Gilbert;J.-P. Bidanel;J. Gruand;J.-C. Caritez.
Journal of Animal Science (2007)
Genome-Wide Association Studies Identify Two Novel BMP15 Mutations Responsible for an Atypical Hyperprolificacy Phenotype in Sheep
Julie Demars;Stéphane Fabre;Julien Sarry;Raffaella Rossetti.
PLOS Genetics (2013)
Energy utilization in pigs selected for high and low residual feed intake
R. Barea;R. Barea;R. Barea;S. Dubois;S. Dubois;H. Gilbert;H. Gilbert;P. Sellier;P. Sellier.
Journal of Animal Science (2010)
Muscle characteristics and meat quality traits are affected by divergent selection on residual feed intake in pigs.
Louis Lefaucheur;Bénédicte Lebret;Patrick Ecolan;Isabelle Louveau.
Journal of Animal Science (2011)
Review: divergent selection for residual feed intake in the growing pig.
H. Gilbert;Y. Billon;L. Brossard;J. Faure.
Genetics of residual feed intake in growing pigs: Relationships with production traits, and nitrogen and phosphorus excretion traits
R. Saintilan;R. Saintilan;I. Mérour;L. Brossard;L. Brossard;T. Tribout;T. Tribout.
Journal of Animal Science (2013)
Divergent selection for residual feed intake affects the transcriptomic and proteomic profiles of pig skeletal muscle
Annie Vincent;Isabelle Louveau;Florence Gondret;Christine Trefeu.
Journal of Animal Science (2015)
QTL for several metabolic traits map to loci controlling growth and body composition in an F2 intercross between high- and low-growth chicken lines.
Javad Nadaf;Frédérique Pitel;Hélène Gilbert;Michel J. Duclos.
Physiological Genomics (2009)
Identification of QTL with effects on intramuscular fat content and fatty acid composition in a Duroc × Large White cross
Marie-Pierre Sanchez;Nathalie Iannuccelli;Benjamin Basso;Jean-Pierre Bidanel.
BMC Genetics (2007)
Correlated responses in sow appetite, residual feed intake, body composition, and reproduction after divergent selection for residual feed intake in the growing pig.
H Gilbert;J P Bidanel;Y Billon;H Lagant.
Journal of Animal Science (2012)
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