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Thesis programs

Thesis : Metabolic adaptations and the role of amino acids for pigs in challenges situations

Metabolic adaptations and the role of amino acids for pigs in challenges situations

Association between nutrient metabolism and adaptive capacity of pigs during a challenge : a focus on functional amino acids.
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Thesis : Protein efficiency and energy sources in dairy cows

Protein efficiency and energy sources in dairy cows

Improving nutrient efficiency by altering energy sources or amino acids in dairy cows
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Characterizing the diversity with data mining methods

Characterizing the diversity within dairy herds with data mining methods

Sensors data analysis to characterise dairy cows response to heat stress.
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Thesis : Optimization of zinc and copper recycling from animal feeding to the soil in pig production

Optimization of zinc and copper recycling from animal feeding to the soil in pig production

Characterization of zinc and copper flows through the production system and evaluation of the effect of different effluent management approaches on...
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Thesis : welfare and health assessment using heterogeneous data for precision feeding

Integrated automated on real-time welfare and health assessment of gestating sows using heterogeneous data for precision feeding

Take into account behavioural and health data in order to improve, in a non-invasive way and in real time, the estimation of the nutritional needs...
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Thesis : Select laying hens adapted to cage-free systems

Select laying hens adapted to cage-free systems

The recent development of electronic nests enables to consider the selection of laying hens in conditions close to commercial cage-free systems.
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Thesis : Bioavailability of dietary amino acids provided in protein or free form

Bioavailability of dietary amino acids provided in protein or free form

Studying the physiological and metabolic responses of pigs following the ingestion of an unbalanced or unbalanced amino acid profile, in protein or...
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Thesis : Live yeasts: a functional additive to fight the effects of heat?

Live yeasts: a functional additive to fight the effects of heat?

Understanding the mechanism of how live yeast supplementation would help attenuate heat stress effects in pigs.
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PhD : precision feeding of lactating sows

Modelling of nutrient utilization and precision feeding of lactating sows

New feeding systems to better adapt the nutritional intake to the requirements of each lactating sow.
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Thesis : genetics of feed efficiency in laying hen

Genetics of feed efficiency in laying hen

Identification of genes responsible for feed efficiency variation in laying hen, by combining different genetic approaches on lines diverging for...
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