Beilharz, RG 1998. Environmental limit to genetic change. An alternative theorem of natural selection. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics 115, 433–437.
Bertagna, X, Coste, J, Raux-Demay, MC, Letrait, M, Strauch, G 1994. The combined corticotropin-releasing hormone/lysine vasopressin test discloses a corticotroph phenotype. Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism 79, 390–394.
Bodin, L, Bolet, G, Garcia, M, Garreau, H, Larzul, C, David, I 2010. Robustesse et canalisation: vision de généticiens. INRA Productions Animales 23, 11–22.
Bolet, G, Gaffeau, H, Joly, T, Theau-Clement, M, Faheres, J, Hurtaud, J, Bodin, L 2007. Genetic homogenisation of birth weight in rabbits: indirect selection response for uterine horn characteristics. Livestock Science 111, 28–32.
Bollen, M, Keppens, S, Stalmans, W 1998. Specific features of glycogen metabolism in the liver. Biochemical Journal 336, 19–31.
Brown, KI, Nestor, KE 1973. Some physiological responses of turkeys selected for high and low adrenal responses to cold stress. Poultry Science 52, 1948–1954.
Bureau, C, Hennequet-Antier, C, Couty, M, Guémené, D 2009. Gene array analysis of adrenal glands in broiler chickens following ACTH treatment. BMC Genomics 10, 430.
Canario, L, Billon, Y, Caritez, JC, Bidanel, JP, Laloe, D 2009. Comparison of sow farrowing characteristics between a Chinese breed and three French breeds. Livestock Science 125, 132–140.
Carter, RN, Paterson, JM, Tworowska, U, Stenvers, DJ, Mullins, JJ, Seckl, JR, Holmes, MC 2009. Hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal axis abnormalities in response to deletion of 11 beta-HSD1 is strain-dependent. Journal of Neuroendocrinology 21, 879–887.
Chrousos, GP 1998. Stressors, stress, and neuroendocrine integration of the adaptive response – The 1997 Hans Selye Memorial Lecture. In Stress of Life – from Molecules to Man (ed. P Csermely). Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 851, 311–335.
Colleau, JJ, Regaldo, D 2001. Setting up the breeding goal of French dairy breeds. In 8th Conference on Ruminant Research, Paris, France, pp. 329–332.
Coste, J, Strauch, G, Letrait, M, Bertagna, X 1994. Reliability of hormonal levels for assessing the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical system in clinical pharmacology. British Journal of Pharmacology 38, 474–479.
Dantzer, R, Mormede, P 1983. Stress in farm animals: a need for reevaluation. Journal of Animal Science 57, 6–18.
de Jong, IEM, Oitzl, MS, de Kloet, ER 2007. Adrenalectomy prevents behavioural sensitisation of mice to cocaine in a genotype-dependent manner. Behavioural Brain Research 177, 329–339.
DeRijk, RH 2009. Single nucleotide polymorphisms related to HPA axis activity. Neuroimmunomodulation 16, 340–352.
Désautés, C, Sarrieau, A, Caritez, JC, Mormede, P 1999. Behavior and pituitary–adrenal function in Large White and Meishan pigs. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 16, 193–205.
Desautes, C, Bidanel, JP, Milan, D, Iannuccelli, N, Amigues, Y, Bourgeois, F, Caritez, JC, Renard, C, Chevalet, C, Mormede, P 2002. Genetic linkage mapping of quantitative trait loci for behavioral and neuroendocrine stress response traits in pigs. Journal of Animal Science 80, 2276–2285.
Devenport, L, Knehans, A, Sundstrom, A, Thomas, T 1989. Corticosterone’s dual metabolic actions. Life Sciences 45, 1389–1396.
Edens, FW, Siegel, HS 1975. Adrenal responses in high and low ACTH response lines of chickens during acute heat stress. General and Comparative Endocrinology 25, 64–73.
Fevolden, S, Roed, K, Fjalestad, K, Stien, J 1999. Poststress levels of lysozyme and cortisol in adult rainbow trout: heritabilities and genetic correlations. Fish Biology 54, 900–910.
Foury, A, Devillers, N, Sanchez, MP, Griffon, H, Le Roy, P, Mormede, P 2005. Stress hormones, carcass composition and meat quality in Large White × Duroc pigs. Meat Science 69, 703–707.
Foury, A, Tribout, T, Bazin, C, Billon, Y, Bouffaud, M, Gogué, JM, Bidanel, JP, Mormede, P 2009. Estimation of genetic trends from 1977 to 2000 for stress-responsive systems in French Large White and Landrace pig populations using frozen semen. Animal 3, 1681–1687.
Foury, A, Geverink, NA, Gil, M, Gispert, M, Hortos, M, Font i Furnols, M, Carrion, D, Blott, SC, Plastow, GS, Mormede, P 2007. Stress neuroendocrine profiles in five pig breeding lines and the relationship with carcass composition. Animal 1, 973–982.
Garreau, H, Bolet, G, Larzul, C, Robert-Granie, C, Saleil, G, SanCristobal, M, Bodin, L 2008. Results of four generations of a canalising selection for rabbit birth weight. Livestock Science 119, 55–62.
Geverink, N, Foury, A, Plastow, GS, Gil, M, Gispert, M, Hortos, M, Font i Furnols, M, Gort, G, Moisan, MP, Mormede, P 2006. Cortisol-binding globulin and meat quality in five European lines of pigs. Journal of Animal Science 84, 804–811.
Glazier, DD 2009. Trade-offs. In Resource allocation theory applied to farm animal production (ed. WM Rauw), pp. 44–60. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
Gross, WB 1976. Plasma steroid tendency, social environment and Eimeria necatrix infection. Poultry Science 55, 1508–1512.
Gross, WB, Siegel, PB 1985. Selective breeding for corticosterone response to social stress. Poultry Science 64, 2230–2233.
Guyonnet-Duperat, V, Geverink, N, Plastow, GS, Evans, G, Ousova, O, Croisetiere, C, Foury, A, Richard, E, Mormede, P, Moisan, MP 2006. Functional implication of an Arg307Gly substitution in corticosteroid-binding globulin, a candidate gene for a quantitative trait locus associated with cortisol variability and obesity in pig. Genetics 173, 2143–2149.
Hale, C, Wang, M 2008. Development of 11 beta-HSD1 inhibitors for the treatment of type 2 diabetes. Mini-reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 8, 702–710.
Harizi, H, Homo-Delarche, F, Amrani, A, Coulaud, J, Mormede, P 2007. Marked genetic differences in the regulation of blood glucose under immune and restraint stress in mice reveals a wide range of corticosensitivity. Journal of Neuroimmunology 189, 59–68.
Hazard, D, Liaubet, L, Sancristobal, M, Mormede, P 2008. Gene array and real time PCR analysis of the adrenal sensitivity to adrenocorticotropic hormone in pig. BMC Genomics 9, 101.
Hennessy, DP, Jackson, PN 1987. Relationship between adrenal responsiveness and growth rate. In Manipulating Pig Production I (ed. APSA Committee), p. 23. Australian Pig Science Association, South Perth, WA, Australia.
Hennessy, DP, Stelmasiak, T, Johnston, NE, Jackson, PN, Outch, KH 1988. Consistent capacity for adrenocortical response to ACTH administration in pigs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 49, 1276–1283.
Heo, J, Kattesh, HG, Roberts, MP, Schneider, JF 2003. Plasma levels of cortisol and corticosteroid-binding globulin (CBG) and hepatic CBG mRNA expression in pre- and postnatal pigs. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 25, 263–273.
Hoffman, EC, Wangsness, PJ, Hagen, DR, Etherton, TD 1983. Fetuses of lean and obese swine in late gestation. Body composition, plasma hormones and muscle development. Journal of Animal Science 57, 609–620.
Jouffe, V, Rowe, SJ, Liaubet, L, Buitenhuis, B, Hornsoj, H, Sancristobal, M, Mormede, P, De Koning, DJ 2009. Using microarrays to identify positional candidate genes for QTL: the case study of ACTH response in pigs. BMC Proceedings 3 (S4), S14.
Kattesh, HG, Charles, SF, Baumbach, GA, Gillespie, BE 1990. Plasma cortisol distribution in the pig from birth to six weeks of age. Biology of the Neonate 58, 220–226.
Klemcke, HG, Christenson, RK 1997. Porcine fetal and maternal adrenocorticotropic hormone and corticosteroid concentrations during gestation and their relation to fetal size. Biology of Reproduction 57, 99–106.
Knap, PW 2005. Breeding robust pigs. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 45, 763–773
Knap, PW 2009. Robustness. In Resource allocation theory applied to farm animal production (ed. WM Rauw), pp. 288–301. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
Knap, PW, Su, G 2008. Genotype by environment interaction for litter size in pigs as quantified by reaction norms analysis. Animal 2, 1742–1747.
Knap, PW, Rauw, WM 2009. Selection for high production in pigs. In Resource allocation theory applied to farm animal production (ed. WM Rauw), pp. 210–229. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
Knott, SA, Cummins, LJ, Dunshea, FR, Leury, BJ 2008. Rams with poor feed efficiency are highly responsive to an exogenous adrenocorticotropin hormone (ACTH) challenge. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 34, 261–268.
Larzul, C, Foury, A, Terenina, E, Billon, Y, Mormede, P 2010. Genetic parameters for ACTH response in pig. In 9th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production (ed. 507 German Society for Animal Science), com. 0169. Leipzig, Germany, 1–6 August.
Leenhouwers, JI, Knol, EF, de Groot, PN, Vos, H, van der Lende, T 2002. Fetal development in the pig in relation to genetic merit for piglet survival. Journal of Animal Science 80, 1759–1770.
Li, LA, Xia, D, Wei, S, Hartung, J, Zhao, RQ 2008a. Characterization of adrenal ACTH signaling pathway and steroidogenic enzymes in Erhualian and Pietrain pigs with different plasma cortisol levels. Steroids 73, 806–814.
Li, LA, Xia, D, Wei, S, Li, X, Parvizi, N, Zhao, RQ 2008b. Diminished expression of ACTH signaling proteins and steroidogenic limiting factors in adrenocortical cells isolated from halothane(nn) pigs. Domestic Animal Endocrinology 35, 1–7.
Marissal-Arvy, N, Lombes, M, Petterson, J, Moisan, MP, Mormede, P 2004. Gain of function mutation in the mineralocorticoid receptor of the Brown Norway rat. Journal of Biological Chemistry 279, 39232–39239.
Marketon, JIW, Glaser, R 2008. Stress hormones and immune function. Cellular Immunology 252, 16–26.
Mayor, F, Cuezva, JM 1985. Hormonal and metabolic changes in the perinatal period. Biology of the Neonate 48, 185–196.
Michel, V, Peinnequin, A, Alonso, A, Buguet, A, Cespuglio, R, Canini, F 2007a. Effect of glucocorticoid depletion on heat-induced Hsp70, IL-1 beta and TNF-alpha gene expression. Brain Research 1164, 63–71.
Michel, V, Peinnequin, A, Alonso, A, Buguet, A, Cespuglio, R, Canini, F 2007b. Decreased heat tolerance is associated with hypothalamo-pituitary-adrenocortical axis impairment. Neuroscience 147, 522–531.
Minozzi, G, Guemene, D, Couty, M, Gourichon, D, Minvielle, F, Pinard-van der Laan, MH 2008. Circulating Corticosterone Reaction to Restraint and Adrenocorticotropin Hormone Administration in White Leghorns Selected for Immune Response Traits. Poultry Science 87, 2225–2230.
Moisan, MP 2010. Genotype-phenotype associations in understanding the role of corticosteroid-binding globulin in health and disease animal models. Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology 316, 35–41.
Mormede, P, Courvoisier, H, Ramos, A, Marissal-Arvy, N, Ousova, O, Desautes, C, Duclos, M, Chaouloff, F, Moisan, MP 2002. Molecular genetics approaches to investigate individual variations in behavioral and neuroendocrine stress responses. Psychoneuroendocrinology 27, 563–583.
Mulder, HA, Bijma, P, Hill, WG 2007. Prediction of breeding values and selection responses with genetic heterogeneity of environmental variance. Genetics 175, 1895–1910.
Mulder, HA, Bijma, P, Hill, WG 2008. Selection for uniformity in livestock by exploiting genetic heterogeneity of residual variance. Genetics Selection Evolution 40, 37–59.
Mulder, HA, Hill, WG, Vereijken, A, Veerkamp, RF 2009. Estimation of genetic variation in residual variance in female and male broiler chickens. Animal 3, 1673–1680.
Otieno, CJ, Bastiaansen, J, Ramos, AM, Rothschild, MF 2005. Mapping and association studies of diabetes related genes in the pig. Animal Genetics 36, 36–42.
Ousova, O, Guyonnet-Duperat, V, Iannuccelli, N, Bidanel, JP, Milan, D, Genet, C, Llamas, B, Yerle, M, Gellin, J, Chardon, P, Emptoz-Bonneton, A, Pugeat, M, Mormede, P, Moisan, MP 2004. Corticosteroid binding globulin: a new target for cortisol-driven obesity. Molecular Endocrinology 18, 1687–1696.
Perreau, V, Sarrieau, A, Mormede, P 1999. Characterization of mineralocorticoid and glucocorticoid receptors in pigs: comparison of Meishan and Large White breeds. Life Sciences 64, 1501–1515.
Pottinger, TG, Carrick, TR 1999. Modification of the plasma cortisol response to stress in rainbow trout by selective breeding. General and Comparative Endocrinology 116, 122–132.
Puvadolpirod, S, Thaxton, JP 2000a. Model of physiological stress in chickens 4. Digestion and metabolism. Poultry Science 79, 383–390.
Puvadolpirod, S, Thaxton, JP 2000b. Model of physiological stress in chickens 3. Temporal patterns of response. Poultry Science 79, 377–382.
Puvadolpirod, S, Thaxton, JP 2000c. Model of physiological stress in chickens 1. Response parameters. Poultry Science 79, 363–369.
Puvadolpirod, S, Thaxton, JP 2000d. Model of physiological stress in chickens 2. Dosimetry of adrenocorticotropin. Poultry Science 79, 370–376.
Rauw, WM, Kanis, E, Noordhuizen-Stassen, EN, Grommers, FJ 1998. Undesirable side effects of selection for high production efficiency in farm animals: a review. Livestock Production Science 56, 15–33.
Redei, EE 2008. Molecular genetics of the stress-responsive adrenocortical axis. Annals of Medicine 40, 139–148.
Remer, T, Maser-Gluth, C, Wudy, SA 2008. Glucocorticoid measurements in health and disease-metabolic implications and the potential of 24-h urine analyses. Mini-reviews in Medicinal Chemistry 8, 153–170.
Ros, M, Sorensen, D, Waagepetersen, R, Dupont-Nivet, M, SanCristobal, M, Bonnet, JC, Mallard, J 2004. Evidence for genetic control of adult weight plasticity in the snail Helix aspersa. Genetics 168, 2089–2097.
Salak-Johnson, JL, McGlone, JJ 2007. Making sense of apparently conflicting data: stress and immunity in swine and cattle. Journal of Animal Science 85, E81–E88.
SanCristobal-Gaudy, M, Elsen, JM, Bodin, L, Chevalet, C 1998. Prediction of the response to a selection for canalisation of a continuous trait in animal breeding. Genetics Selection Evolution 30, 423–451.
SanCristobal-Gaudy, M, Bodin, L, Elsen, JM, Chevalet, C 2001. Genetic components of litter size variability in sheep. Genetics Selection Evolution 33, 249–271.
Satterlee, DG, Johnson, WA 1988. Selection of Japanese quail for contrasting blood corticosterone response to immobilization. Poultry Science 67, 25–32.
Siegel, PB, Honaker, CF, Rauw, WM 2009. Selection for high production in poultry. In Resource allocation theory applied to farm animal production (ed. WM Rauw), pp. 230–242. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
Silver, M, Fowden, AL 1989. Pituitary-adrenocortical activity in the fetal pig in the last 3rd of gestation. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Physiology and Cognate Medical Sciences 74, 197–206.
Sorensen, D, Waagepetersen, R 2003. Normal linear models with genetically structured residual variance heterogeneity: a case study. Genetical Research 82, 207–222.
Star, L, Ellen, ED, Uitdehaag, K, Brom, FWA 2008. A plea to implement robustness into a breeding goal: poultry as an example. Journal of Agricultural & Environmental Ethics 21, 109–125.
Thaxton, JP, Puvadolpirod, S 2000. Model of physiological stress in chickens 5. Quantitative evaluation. Poultry Science 79, 391–395.
Touma, C, Bunck, M, Glasl, L, Nussbaumer, M, Palme, R, Stein, H, Wolferstatter, M, Zeh, R, Zimbelmann, M, Holsboer, F, Landgraf, R 2008. Mice selected for high versus low stress reactivity: a new animal model for affective disorders. Psychoneuroendocrinology 33, 839–862.
van Rossum, EFC, Lamberts, SWJ 2004. Polymorphisms in the glucocorticoid receptor gene and their associations with metabolic parameters and body composition. Recent Progress in Hormone Research 59, 333–357.
Veerkamp, RF, Windig, JJ, Calus, MPL, Ouweltjes, W, de Haas, Y, Beerda, B 2009. Selection for high production in dairy cattle. In Resource allocation theory applied to farm animal production (ed. WM Rauw), pp. 243–260. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, UK.
Zhang, SH, Hennessy, DP, Cranwell, PD 1990. Pituitary and adrenocortical responses to corticotropin-releasing factor in pigs. American Journal of Veterinary Research 51, 1021–1025.
Zhang, SH, Hennessy, DP, McCauley, I, Cranwell, PD 1993. Adrenocortical ACTH receptors in pigs of differing in vivo response to adrenocorticotropin. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 104, 43–49.
Zhang, SH, Hennessy, DP, Cranwell, PD, Noonan, GJ, Francis, HJ 1992. Physiological responses to exercise and hypoglycemia stress in pig of differing adrenal responsiveness. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 103, 695–703.