Olivier Martin
Olivier Martin
Ingénieur de Recherches INRAE
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To be or not to be an identifiable model. Is this a relevant question in animal science modelling?
R Muñoz-Tamayo, L Puillet, JB Daniel, D Sauvant, O Martin, M Taghipoor, ...
animal 12 (4), 701-712, 2018
Overview of progesterone profiles in dairy cows
P Blavy, M Derks, O Martin, JK Höglund, NC Friggens
Theriogenology 86 (4), 1061-1071, 2016
Effect of concentrate percentage on ruminal pH and time-budget in dairy goats
M Desnoyers, C Duvaux-Ponter, K Rigalma, S Roussel, O Martin, ...
Animal 2 (12), 1802-1808, 2008
Dynamic model of the lactating dairy cow metabolism
O Martin, D Sauvant
Animal 1 (8), 1143-1166, 2007
Data-derived reference profiles with corepresentation of progesterone, estradiol, LH, and FSH dynamics during the bovine estrous cycle
O Martin, NC Friggens, J Dupont, P Salvetti, S Freret, C Rame, S Elis, ...
Theriogenology 79 (2), 331-343. e4, 2013
A teleonomic model describing performance (body, milk and intake) during growth and over repeated reproductive cycles throughout the lifespan of dairy cattle. 2. Voluntary …
O Martin, D Sauvant
animal 4 (12), 2048-2056, 2010
An individual-based model simulating goat response variability and long-term herd performance
L Puillet, O Martin, D Sauvant, M Tichit
Animal 4 (12), 2084-2098, 2010
On the use of a simple physical system analogy to study robustness features in animal sciences
B Sadoul, O Martin, P Prunet, NC Friggens
PLoS One 10 (8), e0137333, 2015
Simple representation of physiological regulations in a model of lactating female: application to the dairy goat
L Puillet, O Martin, M Tichit, D Sauvant
Animal 2 (2), 235-246, 2008
Modelling impacts of performance on the probability of reproducing, and thereby on productive lifespan, allow prediction of lifetime efficiency in dairy cows
HN Phuong, P Blavy, O Martin, P Schmidely, NC Friggens
animal 10 (1), 106-116, 2016
Vers des définitions opérationnelles de la robustesse s’ appuyant sur des faits biologiques. L’exemple de la nutrition.
NC Friggens, D Sauvant, O Martin
A dynamic model as a tool to describe the variability of lifetime body weight trajectories in livestock females
L Puillet, O Martin
Journal of animal science 95 (11), 4846-4856, 2017
Characterization of a changing relationship between milk production and liveweight for dairy goats undergoing extended lactation
F Douhard, NC Friggens, J Tessier, O Martin, M Tichit, D Sauvant
Journal of dairy science 96 (9), 5698-5711, 2013
Introducing efficiency into the analysis of individual lifetime performance variability: a key to assess herd management
L Puillet, O Martin, D Sauvant, M Tichit
animal 5 (1), 123-133, 2011
Coupling a reproductive function model to a productive function model to simulate lifetime performance in dairy cows
O Martin, P Blavy, M Derks, NC Friggens, F Blanc
animal 13 (3), 570-579, 2019
Prediction of the lifetime productive and reproductive performance of Holstein cows managed for different lactation durations, using a model of lifetime nutrient partitioning
C Gaillard, O Martin, P Blavy, NC Friggens, J Sehested, HN Phuong
Journal of dairy science 99 (11), 9126-9135, 2016
Systool Web, a new one-line application for the French INRA «systali» project
P Chapoutot, O Martin, P Noziere, D Sauvant
66. Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP), 2015
A bovine reproductive physiology model to predict interactions between nutritional status and reproductive management
O Martin, F Blanc, J Agabriel, C Disenhaus, J Dupont, C Ponsart, ...
2012 Meeting of the Animal Science Modelling Group 92 (4), np, 2012
Robustess, rusticity, flexibility, placticity... the quality new criteria of farm animals: systemic and biological definitions of the various concepts.
D Sauvant, O Martin
INRA Productions Animales 23 (1), 5-9, 2010
Mise au point d'un modèle empirique de réponses multiples de la digestion du bovin aux régimes
D Sauvant, O Martin, D Mertens
7. Rencontres autour des Recherches sur les Ruminants, 2000
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