His scientific interests lie mostly in Animal science, Cervus elaphus, Antler, Chemical composition and Lactation. The Animal science study which covers Ecology that intersects with Mineral composition. His Cervus elaphus research incorporates themes from Endocrinology, Seasonal breeder, Ice calving, Internal medicine and Nutrient.
His Antler research incorporates elements of Cortical bone, Skeleton and Anatomy. His study in Lactation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Offspring, Milking and Lactose. The various areas that Tomás Landete-Castillejos examines in his Lactose study include Birth weight and Milk production.
Tomás Landete-Castillejos focuses on Animal science, Cervus elaphus, Antler, Ecology and Lactation. He interconnects Internal medicine, Endocrinology and Mineral composition in the investigation of issues within Animal science. His work carried out in the field of Cervus elaphus brings together such families of science as Body weight, Ice calving, Nutrient and Reproduction.
In his research on the topic of Antler, Bone density is strongly related with Anatomy. Tomás Landete-Castillejos has included themes like Zoology and Sex ratio in his Ecology study. His Lactation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Offspring, Lactose, Milk production and Body condition.
Tomás Landete-Castillejos mostly deals with Animal science, Intramuscular fat, Antler, Slaughter age and Cervus elaphus. His Animal science research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mineral composition, Body weight, Cholesterol, Somatic cell count and Physiological saline. The various areas that Tomás Landete-Castillejos examines in his Body weight study include Offspring, Animal welfare, Lactation, Gestation and Milk production.
His work focuses on many connections between Intramuscular fat and other disciplines, such as Hunting season, that overlap with his field of interest in Toxicology and Agriculture. His studies in Antler integrate themes in fields like Cancer and Cancer research. His Cervus elaphus study combines topics in areas such as Longissimus Thoracis, Food science and Meat tenderness.
Tomás Landete-Castillejos spends much of his time researching Animal science, Intramuscular fat, Slaughter age, Mineral composition and Biomechanics. His Animal science study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Red meat, Cervus elaphus and Palatability. His Slaughter age study incorporates themes from Quality characteristics, Longissimus Thoracis and Cholesterol.
The Biomechanics study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology and Bone biology.
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Maternal quality and differences in milk production and composition for male and female Iberian red deer calves (Cervus elaphus hispanicus)
Tomás Landete-Castillejos;Andrés García;Francisco R. López-Serrano;Laureano Gallego.
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology (2005)
Influence of physiological effort of growth and chemical composition on antler bone mechanical properties.
T. Landete-Castillejos;T. Landete-Castillejos;J.D. Currey;J.A. Estevez;J.A. Estevez;E. Gaspar-López;E. Gaspar-López.
Calf growth in captive Iberian red deer (Cervus elaphus hispanicus): effects of birth date and hind milk production and composition.
T Landete-Castillejos;T Landete-Castillejos;A Garcia;A Garcia;L Gallego.
Journal of Animal Science (2001)
Milk production and composition in captive Iberian red deer (Cervus elaphus hispanicus): effect of birth date.
T. Landete-Castillejos;A. Garcia;P. Molina;H. Vergara.
Journal of Animal Science (2000)
The mechanical properties of red deer antler bone when used in fighting.
J. D. Currey;T. Landete-Castillejos;J. Estevez;F. Ceacero.
The Journal of Experimental Biology (2009)
Postmortem Assessment of Sperm Characteristics of the Red Deer During the Breeding Season
J. J. Garde;N. Ortiz;A. J. García;L. Gallego.
Archives of Andrology (1998)
Does chemical composition of antler bone reflect the physiological effort made to grow it
T. Landete-Castillejos;T. Landete-Castillejos;J.A. Estevez;J.A. Estevez;A. Martínez;F. Ceacero.
Milk intake and production curves and allosuckling in captive Iberian red deer, Cervus elaphus hispanicus.
T. Landete-Castillejos;A. Garciá;J. Garde;J. Garde;L. Gallego.
Animal Behaviour (2000)
Body weight, early growth and antler size influence antler bone mineral composition of Iberian red deer (Cervus elaphus hispanicus).
T. Landete-Castillejos;T. Landete-Castillejos;A. Garcia;A. Garcia;L. Gallego.
Reproductive seasonality in female Iberian red deer (Cervus elaphus hispanicus)
A.J Garcı́a;A.J Garcı́a;T Landete-Castillejos;T Landete-Castillejos;J.J Garde;J.J Garde;L Gallego.
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