2022 - Research.com Animal Science and Veterinary in France Leader Award
Thierry Gidenne mainly focuses on Animal science, Caecum, Weaning, Digestion and Microbiology. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Fermentation, Feces and Starch. His Caecum study combines topics in areas such as 16S ribosomal RNA, Firmicutes, Cecum, Fatty acid and Dietary fibre.
The study incorporates disciplines such as High fibre diet, Litter and Food science in addition to Weaning. His studies deal with areas such as Feed conversion ratio, Growing rabbit and Compensatory growth as well as Food science. As part of one scientific family, Thierry Gidenne deals mainly with the area of Digestion, narrowing it down to issues related to the Ileum, and often Weight gain.
Thierry Gidenne spends much of his time researching Animal science, Weaning, Digestion, Food science and Caecum. His research in Animal science intersects with topics in Fermentation, Feces, Excretion and Fatty acid. Thierry Gidenne has researched Weaning in several fields, including Feed conversion ratio, Growing rabbit, Weight gain and Starch.
The various areas that Thierry Gidenne examines in his Growing rabbit study include Mortality rate and Dietary fibre. His Digestion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Meal, Small intestine, Retention time, Nutrient and Ileum. His Caecum research incorporates elements of 16S ribosomal RNA, Microbiology and Cecum.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Weaning, Feed conversion ratio, Food science and Feces. His studies in Animal science integrate themes in fields like Grazing and Excretion. His work carried out in the field of Weaning brings together such families of science as Pellet, Growing rabbit, Slaughter age and Immune system.
He has included themes like Weight gain, Digestion, Bran and Meal in his Feed conversion ratio study. His research integrates issues of Gut flora and Polysaccharide in his study of Food science. His Feces research includes elements of Internal medicine, Cytokine, Endocrinology and Factorial experiment.
His primary areas of investigation include Animal science, Weaning, Feed conversion ratio, Feces and Growing rabbit. His studies in Animal science integrate themes in fields like Ingestion and Lachnospiraceae. The various areas that Thierry Gidenne examines in his Weaning study include Beet pulp, Digestion, Pellet and Cecum.
His Feed conversion ratio research includes elements of Weight gain and Biotechnology. Thierry Gidenne works mostly in the field of Feces, limiting it down to topics relating to Animal feed and, in certain cases, Anthelmintic, Tannin, Dry matter and Legume. His Growing rabbit study incorporates themes from Food science and Slaughter age.
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EUROPEAN REFERENCE METHOD FOR IN VIVO DETERMINATION OF DIET DIGESTIBILITY IN RABBITS
Pérez J.M;F Lebas;T Gidenne;L Maertens.
World Rabbit Science (2010)
Fibres in rabbit feeding for digestive troubles prevention: respective role of low-digested and digestible fibre
Livestock Production Science (2003)
Caeco-colic digestion in the growing rabbit: impact of nutritional factors and related disturbances
Livestock Production Science (1997)
Effect of fibre level, particle size and adaptation period on digestibility and rate of passage as measured at the ileum and in the faeces in the adult rabbit.
British Journal of Nutrition (1992)
Nutritive value of raw materials for rabbits: Egran tables 2002.
L. Maertens;J. M. Perez;M. J. Villamide;C. Cervera.
World Rabbit Science (2010)
Feeding strategy for young rabbits around weaning: a review of digestive capacity and nutritional needs
T. Gidenne;L. Fortun-Lamothe.
Animal Science (2002)
Identification of the main factors that influence caecal fermentation traits in growing rabbits
Javier García;Thierry Gidenne;Luisa Falcao-e-Cunha;Carlos de Blas.
Animal Research (2002)
Feed restriction strategy in the growing rabbit. 2. Impact on digestive health, growth and carcass characteristics.
T. Gidenne;T. Gidenne;S. Combes;S. Combes;A. Feugier;A. Feugier;N. Jehl.
A comprehensive approach of the rabbit digestion: consequences of a reduction in dietary fibre supply
T. Gidenne;V. Pinheiro;L. Falcão e Cunha.
Livestock Production Science (2000)
Microbial activity in the caecum of the rabbit around weaning: impact of a dietary fibre deficiency and of intake level
T Gidenne;N Jehl;M Segura;B Michalet-Doreau.
Animal Feed Science and Technology (2002)
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