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    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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Foraging in the farrowing room to stimulate feeding : getting piglets to eat is bittersweet [PhD thesis]
Middelkoop, Anouschka \ 2020
animal welfare - animal production - pigs - animal nutrition - animal behaviour
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More milking days with lower yields : sustainability impacts of short or no dry periods in dairy cows [PhD thesis]
Kok, Akke \ 2018
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Advancing Integrated Pest Management for Dermanyssus gallinae in laying hen facilities [PhD thesis]
Mul, Monique F. \ 2017
hens - integrated pest management - dermanyssus gallinae - chicken housing - poultry housing - cages - animal production - poultry - animal health
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Simulating pigs : understanding their motivations, behaviour, welfare and productivity [PhD thesis]
Boumans, Iris \ 2017
pigs - pig farming - sustainability - motivation - animal behaviour - behaviour disorders - animal welfare - simulation models - animal production
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Food reward from a behavioural and (neuro)physiological perspective [PhD thesis]
Bruijn, Suzanne E.M. \ 2017
food - physiological functions - feeding behaviour - food preferences - perception - hormones - responses - neurohormonal control - stomach bypass - gastric bypass - satiety
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Between odours and overeating : behavioural and neurobiological mechanisms of olfactory food-cue reactivity [PhD thesis]
Zoon, Harriët F.A. \ 2017
odours - overeating - neurobiology - feeding behaviour - olfactory stimulation - obesity - appetite - overweight - gastric bypass - satiety
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Mapping moves on Arabidopsis : from natural variation to single genes affecting aphid behaviour [PhD thesis]
Kloth, Karen J. \ 2016
arabidopsis thaliana - insect pests - aphidoidea - pest resistance - genetic mapping - gene expression - quantitative traits - functional genomics - feeding behaviour - insect plant relations
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Foraging behaviour of parasitoids in multi-herbivore communities [PhD thesis]
Rijk, Marjolein de \ 2016
parasitoids - parasitoid wasps - feeding behaviour - plant-herbivore interactions - hosts - host parasite relationships - host preferences - host-seeking behaviour - cotesia glomerata - pieris brassicae - brassica oleracea
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Undernutrition management and the role of protein-enriched meals for older adults [PhD thesis]
Ziylan, Canan \ 2016
elderly - elderly nutrition - undernutrition - enrichment - protein - eating patterns - feeding behaviour - meals - nursing homes
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Study of drimane sesquiterpenoids from the Persicaria genus and zigiberene from Callitropsis noorkatensis and their effect on the feeding behaviour of Myzus persicae and Bemisia tabaci [PhD thesis]
Prota, N. \ 2015
polygonum - xanthocyparis - sesquiterpenoids - feeding behaviour - myzus persicae - bemisia tabaci - antifeedants - plant composition - pyrethrins - chemical composition - defence mechanisms
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Unlocking resources in savannas: how goats and other mixed feeders overcome the negative effects of tannins [PhD thesis]
Mkhize, N.R. \ 2015
goats - tannins - animal nutrition - animal feeding - savannas - browsing - grazing time - grazing - animal physiology - plant composition - africa
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Culturing soles on ragworms: growth and feeding behaviour [PhD thesis]
Ende, S.S.W. \ 2015
solea - soleidae - farmed fish - feed intake - growth - prey - helminths - foraging - feeding behaviour - performance - pond culture - aquaculture
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Hypothalamic regulation of food intake during cancer [PhD thesis]
Dwarkasing, J. \ 2015
hypothalamic regulation - anorexia - appetite control - food intake - cancer - chronic diseases - animal models - mice - serotonin
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Eutrophication, Nile perch and food-web interactions in south-east Lake Victoria [PhD thesis]
Cornelissen, I.J.M. \ 2015
lates niloticus - eutrophication - food webs - interactions - fishery biology - fish stocks - dynamics - phytoplankton - distribution - feeding behaviour - lake victoria - tanzania
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Eat and be eaten: porpoise diet studies [PhD thesis]
Leopold, M.F. \ 2015
phocoenidae - phocoena - animal feeding - feeding behaviour - predators - feeding habits - foraging - seals - north sea - netherlands
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Induction of indirect plant defense in the context of multiple herbivory : gene transcription, volatile emission, and predator behavior [PhD thesis]
Menzel, T.R. \ 2014
plants - pest resistance - induced resistance - defence mechanisms - multitrophic interactions - phaseolus lunatus - mites - tetranychus urticae - predatory mites - phytoseiulus persimilis - feeding behaviour - genes - transcription - gene expression - herbivore induced plant volatiles
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Towards healthy diets for parents: effectiveness of a counselling intervention [PhD thesis]
Hooft van Huysduynen, E.J.C. \ 2014
parents - health - nutrition and health - nutrition - diet counseling - diet - counselling - feeding behaviour
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The Dutch Healthy Diet Index : development, evaluation, and application [PhD thesis]
Lee, L. van \ 2014
diet - dietary guidelines - health - health indicators - dietary surveys - food consumption - feeding behaviour
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Harmonia axyridis: how to explain its invasion success in Europe [PhD thesis]
Raak‐van den Berg, C.L. \ 2014
harmonia axyridis - biological control agents - introduced species - invasive alien species - predation - feeding behaviour - netherlands
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Fermentation in the gut to prolong satiety : exploring mechanisms by which dietary fibres affect satiety in pigs [PhD thesis]
Souza da Silva, C. \ 2013
dietary fibres - fermentation - digestion - satiety - pigs - feeding behaviour
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