2023 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in France Leader Award
2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in France Leader Award
2015 - Distinguished Service Award, European Federation for Animal Science (EAAP)
2010 - Leroy Fellowship Award, European Federation for Animal Science (EAAP)
His scientific interests lie mostly in Food science, Rumen, Linoleic acid, Dairy cattle and Digestion. His Silage study in the realm of Food science connects with subjects such as Fish oil. His Rumen research focuses on subjects like Metabolism, which are linked to Small intestine and Intestinal absorption.
He combines subjects such as Linseed oil, Lipogenesis, Tallow and Polyunsaturated fatty acid with his study of Linoleic acid. His Digestion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Lipid metabolism and Biotechnology. His Fatty acid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Yield, Dry matter, Animal science and Duodenum.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Rumen, Food science, Hay and Dry matter. His work deals with themes such as Endocrinology, Forage, Internal medicine and Latin square, which intersect with Animal science. His study in Rumen is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ruminant, Digestion and Methanogenesis.
His Food science research includes elements of Dairy cattle, Metabolism and Linoleic acid, Fatty acid. In Linoleic acid, Michel Doreau works on issues like Polyunsaturated fatty acid, which are connected to Conjugated linoleic acid. His research investigates the connection between Hay and topics such as Silage that intersect with problems in Starch.
Michel Doreau focuses on Animal science, Rumen, Silage, Hay and Dry matter. He interconnects Nitrate, Fermentation, Enteric methane and Methanogenesis in the investigation of issues within Animal science. His research in Rumen intersects with topics in Ruminant and Digestion.
His Silage research integrates issues from Meal, Herd, Bicarbonate and Eutrophication. His work carried out in the field of Dry matter brings together such families of science as Organic matter, Feed conversion ratio, Forage and Temperate climate. His work deals with themes such as Dairy cattle, Carbohydrate and Fatty acid, which intersect with Food science.
His primary areas of study are Animal science, Rumen, Silage, Dry matter and Hay. Michel Doreau studied Animal science and Agronomy that intersect with Enteric methane and Repeatability. Michel Doreau has included themes like Dairy cattle, Linseed oil and Methanogenesis in his Rumen study.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ruminant, Biochemistry and Latin square. The concepts of his Latin square study are interwoven with issues in Beet pulp and Digestion. The various areas that he examines in his Food science study include Conjugated linoleic acid, Oleic acid and Fatty acid.
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Diet, rumen biohydrogenation and nutritional quality of cow and goat milk fat
Yves Chilliard;Frédéric Glasser;Anne Ferlay;Laurence Bernard.
European Journal of Lipid Science and Technology (2007)
Methane mitigation in ruminants: from microbe to the farm scale
C. Martin;D. P. Morgavi;M. Doreau.
Ruminant milk fat plasticity: nutritional control of saturated, polyunsaturated, trans and conjugated fatty acids
Yves Chilliard;Anne Ferlay;Rosemary M. Mansbridge;Michel Doreau.
Annales De Zootechnie (2000)
Effect of different types of forages, animal fat or marine oils in cow’s diet on milk fat secretion and composition, especially conjugated linoleic acid (CLA) and polyunsaturated fatty acids
Yves Chilliard;Anne Ferlay;Michel Doreau.
Livestock Production Science (2001)
Digestion and utilisation of fatty acids by ruminants
M. Doreau;A. Ferlay.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (1994)
Carotenoids for ruminants : From forages to dairy products
P. Nozière;B. Graulet;A. Lucas;B. Martin.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2006)
Digestion and metabolism of dietary fat in farm animals
Michel Doreau;Yves Chilliard.
British Journal of Nutrition (1997)
Methane output and diet digestibility in response to feeding dairy cows crude linseed, extruded linseed, or linseed oil.
C. Martin;J. Rouel;J. P. Jouany;M. Doreau.
Journal of Animal Science (2008)
Biohydrogenation, duodenal flow, and intestinal digestibility of trans fatty acids and conjugated linoleic acids in response to dietary forage:concentrate ratio and linseed oil in dairy cows.
J.J. Loor;K. Ueda;A. Ferlay;Y. Chilliard.
Journal of Dairy Science (2004)
Milk fatty acids in dairy cows fed whole crude linseed, extruded linseed, or linseed oil, and their relationship with methane output.
Y. Chilliard;C. Martin;J. Rouel;M. Doreau.
Journal of Dairy Science (2009)
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