Lindsay R. Matthews mainly investigates Animal science, Dairy cattle, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Animal-assisted therapy. His Animal science study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Eating behaviour. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Plasma cortisol, Milking and Animal welfare.
Lindsay R. Matthews interconnects Productivity, Regression analysis and Herd in the investigation of issues within Milking. When carried out as part of a general Endocrinology research project, his work on Metabolite, Hormone, Radioimmunoassay and Body weight is frequently linked to work in Fight-or-flight response, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His work on Veterinary medicine expands to the thematically related Animal-assisted therapy.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Animal-assisted therapy, Endocrinology, Internal medicine and Dairy cattle. His work deals with themes such as Grazing and Animal welfare, which intersect with Animal science. As part of one scientific family, Lindsay R. Matthews deals mainly with the area of Grazing, narrowing it down to issues related to the Pasture, and often Feces.
His Animal-assisted therapy research incorporates themes from Veterinary medicine and HUBzero. His work in the fields of Endocrinology, such as Hydrocortisone, Obesity, Leptin and Adrenocorticotropic hormone, overlaps with other areas such as Offspring. His studies in Adrenocorticotropic hormone integrate themes in fields like Plasma cortisol, Milking and Adrenal cortex.
Animal science, Endocrinology, Internal medicine, Welfare and Offspring are his primary areas of study. The various areas that Lindsay R. Matthews examines in his Animal science study include Animal-assisted therapy and Neem oil. His work investigates the relationship between Animal-assisted therapy and topics such as HUBzero that intersect with problems in Weight loss and Body weight.
His Feces research extends to Endocrinology, which is thematically connected. His Leptin research includes elements of Silage, Pasture and Grazing. His studies in Dairy cattle integrate themes in fields like Pet therapy and Human animal bond.
His main research concerns Internal medicine, Endocrinology, Litter, Offspring and Hydrocortisone. His Internal medicine study frequently links to other fields, such as Animal science. His Litter research includes themes of Cortisol secretion, Area under the curve and Glucocorticoid.
His Offspring studies intersect with other disciplines such as Weight loss, Body weight, HUBzero and Animal-assisted therapy. His Hydrocortisone study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Obesity, Leptin, Emaciation, Insulin and Blood plasma. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Sex characteristics, Cognitive flexibility, Laterality, Physiology and Malnutrition, in his Postnatal age studies.
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Behavioural response to humans and the productivity of commercial dairy cows.
Kate Breuer;Paul H Hemsworth;John L Barnett;Lindsay R Matthews.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2000)
Quantifying behavioural priorities—effects of time constraints on behaviour of dairy cows, Bos taurus
Lene Munksgaard;Margit B. Jensen;Lene J. Pedersen;Steffen W. Hansen.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2005)
Environmental requirements of pigs measured by behavioural demand functions
Lindsay R. Matthews;Jan Ladewig.
Animal Behaviour (1994)
The effects of providing shade to lactating dairy cows in a temperate climate
P.E. Kendall;P.P. Nielsen;J.R. Webster;G.A. Verkerk.
Livestock Science (2006)
Fecal glucocorticoid metabolites as a measure of adrenal activity in dairy cattle
Catherine J. Morrow;Eric S. Kolver;Gwyneth A. Verkerk;Lindsay R. Matthews.
General and Comparative Endocrinology (2002)
The effects of feed restriction and lying deprivation on pituitary–adrenal axis regulation in lactating cows
A.D Fisher;G.A Verkerk;C.J Morrow;L.R Matthews.
Livestock Production Science (2002)
Effects of shelter and body condition on the behaviour and physiology of dairy cattle in winter
Cassandra B. Tucker;Andrea R. Rogers;Gwyneth A. Verkerk;Paul E. Kendall.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2007)
The influence of feeding and handling on the development of the human–animal interactions in young cattle
Jennifer Jago;Christian C Krohn;L.R. Matthews.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1999)
How important is shade to dairy cattle? Choice between shade or lying following different levels of lying deprivation
Karin E. Schütz;Neil R. Cox;Lindsay R. Matthews.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2008)
The welfare of extensively managed dairy cattle: A review
P.H. Hemsworth;J.L. Barnett;L. Beveridge;L.R. Matthews.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (1995)
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