Adaptation Physiology Group
The Adaptation Physiology Group consists of a diverse and international group of researchers, research assistants, and PhDs, actively involved in research and education regarding adaptation of farm animals. Adaptation of animals is studied combining various physiological disciplines, and behavioural biology using an experimental approach and/or sensor and data science.
Our Latest Publications
Relationship between ambient temperature at sampling and the interferon gamma test result for bovine tuberculosis in cattleVeterinary Microbiology (2023), Volume: 283 - ISSN 0378-1135
Prediction of metabolic status of dairy cows in early lactation using milk fatty acids and test-day variablesJournal of Dairy Science (2023) - ISSN 0022-0302
Group level and individual activity of broiler chickens hatched in 3 different systemsPoultry Science (2023), Volume: 102, Issue: 7 - ISSN 0032-5791
Validation of non-invasive sensor technologies to measure interaction with enrichment material in weaned fattening pigsApplied Animal Behaviour Science (2023), Volume: 263 - ISSN 0168-1591