His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Large white, Heritability, Litter and Quantitative trait locus. His Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Lactation and Genetic correlation. His Large white research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Breed, Ovulation and Endocrinology.
His study looks at the relationship between Heritability and topics such as Genetic variation, which overlap with Genome Scan, Epistasis, Random effects model and Parity. Within one scientific family, he focuses on topics pertaining to Weaning under Litter, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Purebred. Quantitative trait locus is a subfield of Genetics that he tackles.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Quantitative trait locus, Genetics, Animal science, Large white and Litter. His research integrates issues of Allele, Locus and Reproduction in his study of Quantitative trait locus. His Animal science study incorporates themes from Birth weight and Heritability.
The various areas that he examines in his Heritability study include Endocrinology, Weaning, Genetic correlation, Genetic variation and Random effects model. His Large white study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Breed, Ovulation, Loin and Semen. Jean Pierre Bidanel combines subjects such as Intramuscular fat and Lactation with his study of Breed.
Jean Pierre Bidanel focuses on Genetics, Quantitative trait locus, Animal science, Geography and Haplotype. His Quantitative trait locus research incorporates elements of Allele and Reproduction. Jean Pierre Bidanel works on Animal science which deals in particular with Large white.
His Haplotype research incorporates themes from Sire, Genetic linkage, X chromosome and White. His Heritability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Litter, Purebred and Genetic correlation. Jean Pierre Bidanel interconnects Immunohistochemistry and Endocrinology in the investigation of issues within Gene.
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Detection of quantitative trait loci for growth and fatness in pigs
Jean-Pierre Bidanel;Denis Milan;Nathalie Iannuccelli;Yves Amigues.
Genetics Selection Evolution (2001)
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)
Biology and genetics of reproduction.
M. F. Rothschild;J. P. Bidanel.
The genetics of the pig. (1998)
Detection of quantitative trait loci for carcass composition traits in pigs.
Denis Milan;Jean-Pierre Bidanel;Nathalie Iannuccelli;Juliette Riquet.
Genetics Selection Evolution (2002)
Combined analyses of data from quantitative trait loci mapping studies. Chromosome 4 effects on porcine growth and fatness.
Grant A. Walling;Peter M. Visscher;Leif Andersson;Max F. Rothschild.
Between-breed variability of stillbirth and its relationship with sow and piglet characteristics.
L. Canario;Eva Cantoni;E. Le Bihan;J. C. Caritez.
Journal of Animal Science (2006)
Genetic linkage mapping of quantitative trait loci for behavioral and neuroendocrine stress response traits in pigs.
C. Désautés;J. P. Bidanel;D. Milan;N. Iannuccelli.
Journal of Animal Science (2002)
The genetics of prenatal survival of pigs and rabbits: a review
A Blasco;J.P Bidanel;G Bolet;C.S Haley.
Livestock Production Science (1993)
Genetic parameters for individual birth and weaning weight and for litter size of Large White pigs
D. Kaufmann;A. Hofer;J. P. Bidanel;N. Künzi.
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics (2000)
Genetic parameters and genetic trends in the Chinese × European Tiameslan composite pig line. I. Genetic parameters
Siqing Zhang;Jean-Pierre Bidanel;Thierry Burlot;Christian Legault.
Genetics Selection Evolution (2000)
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