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Effect of simplified feeding based only on wheat bran and brewer’s grain on rabbit performance and economic efficiency. World Rabbit Science. 2018;26(1):27-34..
Nutritive value of sun-dried common reed (Phragmites australis) leaves and its effect on performance and carcass characteristics of the growing rabbit. World RAbbit Science. 2018;26(2):113-121..
The dry seeds of broad bean (Vicia faba major L) for fattening rabbits: effect on growth and slaughter performance. Livestock Research for Rural Development. 2017;29(3):Non Paginé..
Effect of tropical green forage pueraria phaseoloides addition to a pelleted complete feed on rabbit growth performance and digestion. World Rabbit Science. 2017;25(3):225-231.
Exploiting grass to raise monogastric livestock on organic farms : conclusions and future directions. Fourrages. 2017;(231):191-202.
Improving feed efficiency in rabbit production, a review on nutritional, technico-economical, genetic and environmental aspects. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 2017;225:109-122..
Replacement of barley grains and dehydrated alfalfa by Sulla Hay (Hedysarum flexuosum) and common reed leaves (Phragmites australis) in fattening rabbits diet. Journal of Fundamental and Applied Sciences. 2017;9(1):13-22..
Substituting starch with digestible fiber does not impact on health status or growth in restricted fed rabbits. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 2017;226:152-161.
Direct and correlated responses to selection in two lines of rabbits selected for feed efficiency under ad libitum and restricted feeding: II. Carcass and meat quality. J Anim Sci. 2016;94(1):49-57. doi:10.2527/jas.2015-9403.
Direct and correlated responses to selection in two lines of rabbits selected for feed efficiency under ad libitum and restricted feeding: I. Production traits and gut microbiota characteristics. J Anim Sci. 2016;94(1):38-48. doi:10.2527/jas.2015-9402.
Feed composition at the onset of feeding behaviour influences slaughter weight in rabbits. Livestock Science. 2016;184:97-102..
Herbage intake regulation and growth of rabbits raised on grasslands: back to basics and looking forward. Animal. 2016;10(10):1609-18. doi:10.1017/S1751731116000598.
An LPS-Based method to stimulate the inflammatory response in growing rabbits. World Rabbit Science. 2016;24(1):55-65..
Dietary fibres in the nutrition of the growing rabbit and recommendations to preserve digestive health: a review. Animal. 2015;9(2):227-42. doi:10.1017/S1751731114002729..
Genome-wide immunity studies in the rabbit: transcriptome variations in peripheral blood mononuclear cells after in vitro stimulation by LPS or PMA-Ionomycin. BMC Genomics. 2015;16:26. doi:10.1186/s12864-015-1218-9.
Quantitative feed restriction rather than caloric restriction modulates the immune response of growing rabbits. J Nutr. 2015;145(3):483-9. doi:10.3945/jn.114.197871.
Stimulate feed intake before weaning and control intake after weaning to optimise health and growth performance. World Rabbit Science. 2015;23(3):145-153..
Early modulation of the cecal microbial activity in the young rabbit with rapidly fermentable fiber : Impact on health and growth. Journal of Animal Science. 2014;92:5551–5559..
Effects of substitution of soybean meal-alfalfa-maize by a combination of field bean or pea with hard wheat bran on digestion and growth performance in rabbits in Algeria. World Rabbit Science. 2014;22:137–146..
Impact of feed restriction on health, digestion and faecal microbiota of growing pigs housed in good or poor hygiene conditions. Animal. 2014;8:1632–1642..
Effect of substitution of wheat starch by potato starch on the performance, digestive physiology and health of growing rabbits. Animal. 2013;7:974–982. doi:10.1017/s1751731113000025..
Engineering the rabbit digestive ecosystem to improve digestive health and efficacy. Animal. 2013;7:1429–1439. doi:10.1017/s1751731113001079..
Protein replacement by digestible fibre in the diet of growing rabbits. 1: Impact on digestive balance, nitrogen excretion and microbial activity. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 2013;183:132–141. doi:10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2013.04.022..
Protein replacement by digestible fibre in the diet of growing rabbits: 2-Impact on performances, digestive health and nitrogen output. Animal Feed Science and Technology. 2013;183:142–150. doi:10.1016/j.anifeedsci.2013.03.013.