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    Wageningen PhD theses

    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

    Author abstracts and/or summaries are added to all descriptions. A link to the full text dissertation is added to the bibliographic description. In a few cases, no electronic version is available, mostly because of copyright issues.

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Genetics of colostrum, milk, and serum antibodies in dairy cattle : implications for health and production [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-02-28
Cordero Solórzano, Juan \ 2020
Addressing variation in smallholder farming systems to improve dairy development in Kenya [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-03-10
Migose, Salome Atieno \ 2020
Colostrum feeding and calf welfare assessment: the first steps to a better future [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-02-11
Barry, John \ 2020
animal welfare - animal production - dairy cattle - calves - animal nutrition - animal health
Predicting survival in dairy cattle using machine learning [PhD thesis]
Heide, Esther Margaretha Maria van der \ 2020
Use of whole-genome sequence data for genomic prediction across populations and species [PhD thesis]
Raymond, Biaty \ 2020
Genome-wide interaction analyses of milk production traits in dairy cattle [PhD thesis]
Lu, Haibo \ 2020
Genomic characterization and conservation of genetic diversity in cattle [PhD thesis]
Doekes, Harmen P. \ 2020
Farmer perspectives on sustainable crop-livestock integration in cereal based farm systems of Nepal [PhD thesis]
Alomia-Hinojosa, Victoria \ 2019
How thirsty is our beef? : understanding water use for feed production [PhD thesis]
Ran, Ylva \ 2019
Effects of land-use change on grassland ecosystem services in Inner Mongolia and their implications for livelihoods and sustainable management [PhD thesis]
Du, Bingzhen \ 2019
On smallholder farm and farmer diversity [PhD thesis]
Full text publicly available; under embargo until:2021-03-06
Michalscheck, Mirja \ 2019
Genomic variation across European cattle: contribution of gene flow [PhD thesis]
Upadhyay, Maulik \ 2019
Mosquitoes, midges and microbiota : European vector diversity and the spread of pathogens [PhD thesis]
Möhlmann, Tim W.R. \ 2019
Food security in rural sub-Saharan Africa : a household level assessment of crop-livestock systems [PhD thesis]
Fraval, Simon \ 2019
Whole-body and mammary gland metabolism in dairy cattle : impact of postabsorptive energetic substrates and amino acid profiles [PhD thesis]
Nichols, Kelly \ 2019
Indoor and outdoor biting behaviour of malaria vectors and the potential risk factors that enhance malaria in southern Malawi [PhD thesis]
Mburu, Monicah M. \ 2019
The value of corn stover for Chinese dairy farms [PhD thesis]
He, Yuan \ 2019
Identification of novel Theileria parva candidate vaccine antigens and discovery of new therapeutic drugs for the control of East Coast fever [PhD thesis]
Nyagwange, James J. \ 2019
The genetic background of bovine milk infrared spectra [PhD thesis]
Wang, Qiuyu \ 2019
At a crossroad: potential impacts and trade-offs of improved livestock feeding and forages in smallholder farming systems of East Africa [PhD thesis]
Paul, Birthe K. \ 2019
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