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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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Thesis : Data mining techniques for a sustainable dairy management

Data mining techniques for a sustainable dairy management

Adopt a multivariate approach with different time scale to diagnose events related to dairy management.
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Thesis: on the use of pig's voluntary feed intake to characterize the responses to perturbations

On the use of voluntary feed intake to characterize the responses of growing pigs to perturbations

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Thesis : amino acids recommendations in lactating dairy cows at different levels of energy supply

Amino acids recommendations in lactating dairy cows at different levels of energy supply

Increase the efficiency of nitrogen utilization is an important environmental and economic issue for dairy cattle.
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Thesis : accuracy of genomic evaluation in layers

Accuracy of genomic evaluation in layers

To optimize the diagrams of poultry genomic selection, it is needed to predict the accuracy of genomic evaluation in birds.
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Thesis : genotyping strategies for genomic selection in layer chickens

Genotyping strategies for genomic selection in layer chickens

Study of different genotyping strategies of breeders and selection candidates to optimize the accuracy of genomic evaluations and to minimize...
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Thesis : Establishing relationships between intestinal microbiota and feed efficiency in pigs

Establishing relationships between intestinal microbiota and feed efficiency in pigs

Looking for new predictors of feed efficiency in pigs using intestinal microbiota composition.
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Thesis : Regulation of voluntary feed intake in pigs

Regulation of voluntary feed intake in pigs

Studying the ingestion dynamics and understand the regulating mechanisms underlying voluntary feed intake in growing-finishing pigs.
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New concepts and technologies to increase protein feeding values for dairy cows

Determination of a new approach of proteins protection based on physic characteristics of particles and a new technique for estimating the value of...
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