Modélisation Systémique Appliquée aux Ruminants

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Le MoSAR est une unité de recherche mixte (UMR) entre l'INRA et AgroParisTech, physiquement située au sein d'AgroParisTech, Paris, avec une installation expérimentale à Grignon (78850). Il est rattaché au centre INRA de Jouy-en-Josas. Le MoSAR a vu le jour le 1er janvier 2010, avant quoi l'unité s'appelait "Physiologie de la Nutrition et Alimentation". L'unité possède une expertise de longue date en physiologie nutritionnelle et en évaluation des aliments pour ruminants, appliquée aux chèvres laitières, ainsi qu'en modélisation systémique de la physiologie et de la biologie animales. Depuis qu'il est devenu MoSAR, les objectifs scientifiques de l'unité de recherche ont évolué pour donner à la modélisation systémique un rôle plus central, ainsi qu'un accent plus clair sur la caractérisation des variations phénotypiques dans l'acquisition, la transformation et la répartition des nutriments aux différentes fonctions vitales.

Les 20 dernières publications

Titre Auteurs Date de publication Source
Validation of a novel milk progesterone-based tool to monitor luteolysis in dairy cows: Timing of the alerts and robustness against missing values Olivier C. Martin, N. C. Friggens 01/12/2019 Journal of Dairy Science
Effects of replacing soybean meal with raw or extruded blends containing faba bean or lupin seeds on nitrogen metabolism and performance of dairy cows P. Chapoutot 01/06/2019 Journal of Dairy Science
Mild heat stress and short water restriction treatment in lactating Alpine and Saanen goats C. Duvaux-Ponter, Sylvie Giger-Reverdin 01/06/2019 Small Ruminant Research
Odour conditioning of positive affective states: Rats can learn to associate an odour with being tickled Birte L. Nielsen 01/06/2019 PLoS ONE
Ingestive behaviour of grazing ruminants: meta-analysis of the components of bite mass D. Sauvant, M. Boval 01/05/2019 Animal Feed Science and Technology
Milk saturated fatty acids, odd- and branched-chain fatty acids, and isomers of C18:1, C18:2, and C18:3n-3 according to their duodenal flows in dairy cows: A meta-analysis approach Philippe Schmidely 01/04/2019 Journal of Dairy Science
Modeling efficiency and robustness in ruminants: The nutritional point of view D. Sauvant 01/04/2019 Animal Frontiers
Effect of extruded linseed supplementation, grain source and pH on dietary and microbial fatty acid outflows in continuous cultures of rumen microorganisms V. Berthelot, L. P. Broudiscou, H. Albarello 01/03/2019 Animal Feed Science and Technology
A new Tier 3 method to calculate methane emission inventory for ruminants D. Sauvant 01/02/2019 Journal of Environmental Management
On parameter interpretability of phenomenological-based semiphysical models in biology R. Muñoz-Tamayo 01/01/2019 Informatics in Medicine Unlocked
Towards the quantitative characterisation of piglets' robustness to weaning: A modelling approach N. C. Friggens, Manuel Revilla, R. Muñoz-Tamayo, ... 01/11/2019 Animal
Effects of choice feeding and lower ambient temperature on feed intake, growth, foot health, and panting of fast- And slow-growing broiler strains Birte L. Nielsen 01/01/2019 Poultry Science
Effect of feeding level during the prepubertal phase on mammary gland development in female goat kids C. Duvaux-Ponter 01/08/2019 Journal of Dairy Research
A procedure to quantify the feed intake response of growing pigs to perturbations M. Taghipoor 01/02/2020 Animal
Hydrogenotrophic methanogens of the mammalian gut: Functionally similar, thermodynamically different-A modelling approach R. Muñoz-Tamayo 01/01/2019 PLoS ONE
Addressing global ruminant agricultural challenges through understanding the rumen microbiome: Past, present, and future R. Muñoz-Tamayo 25/09/2018 Frontiers in Microbiology
Early weaning and high feeding level in post-weaning period did not impact milk production in Alpine dairy goats C. Duvaux-Ponter 01/08/2018 Journal of Dairy Research
Recent advances in the understanding of subacute ruminal acidosis (SARA) in goats, with focus on the link to feeding behaviour Sylvie Giger-Reverdin 01/06/2018 Small Ruminant Research
Prediction of the amino acid digestibility of legume seeds in growing pigs: A meta-analysis approach D. Sauvant 01/05/2018 Animal
Prepartum maternal behavior of domesticated cattle: A comparison with managed, feral, and wild ungulates Birte L. Nielsen 12/03/2018 Frontiers in Veterinary Science