Olli Peltoniemi spends much of his time researching Animal science, Pregnancy, Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Litter. His studies in Animal science integrate themes in fields like Veterinary medicine and Lactation. Olli Peltoniemi studied Pregnancy and Physiology that intersect with Pituitary gonadal axis.
His Endocrinology research includes elements of Inflammation, Acute-phase protein, Immune system and Histology, Pathology. His work carried out in the field of Litter brings together such families of science as Weight gain and Weaning. His Herd research includes themes of Claw and Lameness.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Pregnancy, Herd, Internal medicine and Veterinary medicine. His Animal science research incorporates elements of Colostrum and Lactation. His work on Physiology expands to the thematically related Pregnancy.
The Herd study which covers Lameness that intersects with Claw. His Internal medicine study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Endocrinology. His work focuses on many connections between Weaning and other disciplines, such as Estrous cycle, that overlap with his field of interest in Gynecology.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Lactation, Pregnancy, Weaning and Colostrum. His work in the fields of Animal science, such as Herd and Hay, overlaps with other areas such as Crate. His Lactation study also includes
His studies deal with areas such as Ultrasonography, Medical physics and Reproductive tract as well as Pregnancy. His research in Weaning intersects with topics in Andrology, Luteal phase and Estrous cycle. His Colostrum study combines topics in areas such as Immunoglobulin G and Gut flora.
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Environmental and sow-related factors affecting the duration of farrowing
Claudio Oliviero;Mari Heinonen;Anna Valros;Olli Peltoniemi.
Animal Reproduction Science (2010)
Seasonal and management effects on fertility of the sow: a descriptive study.
O.A.T. Peltoniemi;R.J. Love;M. Heinonen;V. Tuovinen.
Animal Reproduction Science (1999)
Effect of the environment on the physiology of the sow during late pregnancy, farrowing and early lactation
Claudio Oliviero;Mari Heinonen;Anna Valros;Outi Hälli.
Animal Reproduction Science (2008)
Feeding sows with high fibre diet around farrowing and early lactation: Impact on intestinal activity, energy balance related parameters and litter performance
Claudio Oliviero;Teija Kokkonen;Mari Heinonen;Satu Sankari.
Research in Veterinary Science (2009)
Factors effecting reproduction in the pig: seasonal effects and restricted feeding of the pregnant gilt and sow.
O.A.T Peltoniemi;A Tast;A Tast;R.J Love.
Animal Reproduction Science (2000)
Seasonal infertility in sows: A five year field study to analyze the relative roles of heat stress and photoperiod
Vincent Auvigne;Philippe Leneveu;Christophe Jehannin;Olli Peltoniemi.
Lameness and fertility of sows and gilts in randomly selected loose-housed herds in Finland
M Heinonen;J Oravainen;T Orro;L Seppä-Lassila.
Veterinary Record (2006)
Porcine Field Fertility with Two Different Insemination Doses and the Effect of Sperm Morphology
K. Alm;O. A. T. Peltoniemi;E. Koskinen;M. Andersson.
Reproduction in Domestic Animals (2006)
Experience of moderate bedding affects behaviour of growing pigs
Camilla Munsterhjelm;Olli A.T. Peltoniemi;Mari Heinonen;Outi Hälli.
Applied Animal Behaviour Science (2009)
Early disruption of pregnancy as a manifestation of seasonal infertility in pigs
A Tast;O.A.T Peltoniemi;J.V Virolainen;R.J Love.
Animal Reproduction Science (2002)
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