30 Works

Lobbying in Scandinavia

Øyvind Ihlen, Anne Skorkjær Binderkrantz & PerOla Öberg

Flagermus er effektive dræbere, fordi de jager med tunnelsyn

Laura Stidsholt

Citizen science guider forskerne til vigtige marsvin-områder

Freja Jakobsen, Signe Sveegaard & Magnus Wahlberg

SKRIIIG! Sådan virker lyden i gyserfilm

Frederik Lundsgaard Jensen & Mathias Clasen

Derfor er rotten det perfekte skadedyr

Aage Kristian Olsen Alstrup

Menneskets ankomst til Australien var lidt af en bedrift

Ole Høiris

COVID-19-forskning: Del data om dine aktiviteter i ny app, og gør en forskel

Trine Rolighed Thomsen, Zahra Partovi Nasr & Carsten Obel

Hvornår kom de første mennesker til Amerika? Sporene bliver ældre og ældre

Ole Høiris

Hvordan spredte mennesket sig fra Afrika og ud over Jorden?

Ole Høiris

Homo sapiens' vandring ud af Afrika var… snørklet

Ole Høiris

Det moderne menneskes vej ind i Asien stiller store spørgsmål til vores oprindelse

Ole Høiris

Levende menneskehjerner i petriskåle leverer unikt indblik i mysterier

Emma Louth

En 14.300 år gammel lort væltede teorien om de første menneskers ankomst til Amerika

Ole Høiris

Rumination activity

Sadjad Danesh Mesgaran, Lene Munksgaard, René Baumont, Björn Kuhla & David Humphries
The daily rumination pattern in cattle is influenced by different factors such as feeding frequency, physical and chemical characteristics of the diet, feeding time, fasting, photoperiod and grazing management. Studies have observed an apparent decrease in rumination activity in ruminal acidosis or mastitis challenging dairy cattle. Social and physical environment can also affect cattle’s rumination behaviour. Manual observation of eating and rumination in individual animal is time-consuming and labour intensive. Therefore, the need for developing...

Behavioural tests

Emma Ternman, Guilherme Amorim Franchi & Lene Munksgaard
o answer specific questions regarding cow behaviour or affective states, it is sometimes necessary to study the cow’s responses to specific stimuli in a test situation. This can be done either in the animal’s home environment or in a test arena. As specific research questions determine the test design, it is not possible to provide a general guideline that fits all types of behavioural test. However, there are several considerations common for most behaviour tests...

Ethics in experiments on live cattle: a pragmatic approach

Isabelle Veissier, Véronique Deiss, Mette Herskin, Emer Kennedy & Kenny Rutherford
There are ongoing philosophical, moral, and societal debates about experiments on live animals. Along with a consequentialist approach, it may be considered that an action – here an experiment on live animals – is morally acceptable if the knowledge it aims to produce can result in an overall benefit. In other words, it is acceptable if the constraints imposed on the animals involved are outweighed by the larger benefits expected for others (humans or animals)....

Lying, standing, and eating behaviour

Lene Munksgaard, Emma Ternman, Isabelle Veissier, Carol-Anne Duthie & René Baumont
Standing and lying behaviours are well-defined. Lying is often described as when the flank or sternum of the animal is in contact with the ground, and end of lying when all four legs are perpendicular to the body. The transition from lying to standing and vice versa requires only a few seconds, and therefore differences in the description of lying do not greatly affect the calculation of time spent lying or standing. By contrast, if...

A checklist to validate sensor output for the recording of cattle behaviour

Matthieu Bouchon, Alex Bach, Bruno Meunier, Emma Ternman, Kees Van Reenen, Isabelle Veissier & Lene Munksgaard
A process of validation assesses the appropriateness and usefulness of a tool for its intended purpose within a specific context. Ideally, the validation of a tool should describe the range of purposes and contexts in which it is appropriate. This generally cannot be done completely. Therefore, when such a wide validation cannot be done, the validation process needs to refer clearly to the purpose of the use of the tool and to which animals it...

Skrottede vacciner: Hvad betyder det for lysten til at blive vaccineret?

Michael Bang Petersen & Marie Fly Lindholt

Egtvedpigen: Lad arkæologien hjælpe strontium-debatten videre

Louise Felding

12 indsigter, vi har fået i Danmarks femte ringborg fra vikingetiden

Søren Sindbæk, Morten Fischer Mortensen & Jens Ulriksen

Forskere: Den danske urskov var tæt og ikke synderligt påvirket af elge og urokser

Bent Vad Odgaard & Anna-Marie Klamt

Fremtidige lægemidler kan indeholde dine egne celler

Peter Hokland

Derfor klarede Homo sapiens sig bedre i Europa end neandertalerne

Ole Høiris

Hamburgske jægere var de første mennesker, der bosatte sig i Danmark

Ole Høiris

Registration Year

  • 2021
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Resource Types

  • Text
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Affiliations

  • Aarhus University
    30
  • National Research Institute for Agriculture, Food and Environment
    4
  • University of Clermont Auvergne
    4
  • University of Southern Denmark
    2
  • Scotland's Rural College
    2
  • University of Oslo
    1
  • Leibniz Institute for Farm Animal Biology
    1
  • Institució Catalana de Recerca i Estudis Avançats
    1
  • Teagasc - The Irish Agriculture and Food Development Authority
    1
  • National Museum of Denmark
    1