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Institut supérieur des sciences agronomiques, agroalimentaires, horticoles et du paysage

Maryline Kouba

Maryline KoubaDépartement sciences de l'animal
AGROCAMPUS OUEST
65, rue de Saint-Brieuc
CS 84215
F-35042 Rennes Cedex France


tél : +33 (0)2 23 48 53 67
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maryline.kouba@agrocampus-ouest.fr

Activités d'enseignement
Activités de recherche
Publications principales

Maryline Kouba est directrice du département Sciences de l’Animal, regroupant les 3 laboratoires : Génétique Animale, Sciences et Productions Animales, Biochimie et Nutrition Humaine.

Elle est aussi co-responsable de la formation master professionnel Ingénierie zootehnique.

Activités d'enseignement

- Responsable du module Production avicole
- Co-responsable du module Croissance et qualité des viandes
- Co-responsable du module Filières animales en Europe
- Responsable du Module de Productions animales
- Participation à divers modules de productions animales
- Cours/conférence dans cadre de la formation master professionnelle 2ème année
- Encadrements divers dans le cadre de la formation à AGROCAMPUS OUEST (activités personnelles, projets de recherche, stages en entreprise, projet individuel de formation, tutorat..).

Activités de recherche

- Métabolisme des lipides
- Croissance des tissus adipeux
- Qualité nutritionnelle de la viande enrichie en acides gras polyinsaturés n-3

Publications

Articles originaux dans des revues internationales à comité de lecture

Kouba M., Catheline D., and Leclercq, B., 1992. Lipogenesis in turkeys and chickens: a study of body composition and liver lipogenic enzyme activities. British Poultry Science, 33:1003-1014.

Kouba M., Bernard-Griffiths M.A., and Lemarchal P., 1993. Liver stearoyl-CoA desaturase activity and fatness in birds. In vitro studies in the growing turkey and chicken. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 105 A: 359-362.

Kouba M., Hermier D., and Bernard-Griffiths M.A., 1995. Comparative study of hepatic VLDL secretion in vivo in the growing turkey (Meleagris gallopavo) and chicken (Gallus domesticus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 110 B: 47-55.

Mourot J., Kouba M., and Peiniau P., 1995. Comparative study of in vitro lipogenesis in various adipose tissues in the growing pig (Sus domesticus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 111B: 379-384.

Mourot J., et Kouba M., 1995. Les lipides de la viande de porc. Cahiers de Nutrition et Diététique, XXX:365-370.

Mourot J., Kouba M., and Bonneau M., 1996. Comparative study of in vitro lipogenesis in various adipose tissues in the growing Meishan pig: comparison with the Large White pig (Sus domesticus). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 115B:383-388.

Kouba M., Mourot J., and Peiniau P., 1998. Stearoyl-CoA desaturase activity in adipose tissues and liver of growing Large White and Meishan pigs. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 118 B:509-514.

Kouba M., and Mourot J., 1998. Effect of a high linoleic acid diet on D9-desaturase activity, lipogenesis and lipid composition of pig subcutaneous adipose tissue. Reproduction Nutrition Development, 38:31-37.

Mourot J., and Kouba M., 1998. Lipogenic enzyme activities in muscles of growing Large White and Meishan pigs. Livestock Production Science, 55:127-133.

Kouba M., Bonneau M., and Noblet J., 1999. Relative development of subcutaneous, intermuscular, and kidney fat in growing pigs with different body compositions. Journal of Animal Science, 77:622-629.

Kouba M., Hermier D., and Le Dividich J., 1999. Influence of a high ambient temperature on stearoyl-CoA-desaturase activity in the growing pig. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 124B:7-13.

Mourot J., Kouba M., and Salvatori G., 1999. Facteurs de variation de la lipogénèse dans les adipocytes et les tissus adipeux chez le porc. INRA Productions Animales, 12 (4):311-318.

Kouba M., and Mourot J., 1999. Lipid Composition of meat and lipogenic enzyme activities in pigs fed a high linoleic acid diet. Meat Science, 52:39-45.

Mourot J., and Kouba M ., 1999. Development of intramuscular adipose tissue and effects on meat quality in growing Large White and Meishan pigs. Reproduction Nutrition Development, 39:125-132.

Kouba M. , Hermier D., and Le Dividich J., 2001. Influence of a high ambient temperature on lipid metabolism in the growing pig. Journal of Animal Science, 79:81-87.

Mossab A., Lessire M., Guillaumin S., Kouba M., Mourot J., Peiniau P., and Hermier D., 2002. Effects of dietary fats on hepatic lipid metabolism in the growing turkey.Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, 132B:473-483.

Kouba M., 2002 . Produits biologiques d’origine animale et santé humaine. INRA Productions Animales, 15 (3) :161-169.

Kouba M., 2003.Quality of organic animal products. Livestock Production Science,80, 33-40.

Kouba M., Enser M., Whittington F. M., Nute G. R., and Wood J. D., 2003. Effect of a high linolenic acid diet on lipogenic enzyme activities, fatty acid composition and meat quality in the growing pig. Journal of Animal Science, 81, 1967-1979

Monziols M., Bonneau M., Davenel A., Kouba M., 2005. Tissue distribution in pig carcasses exhibiting large differences in their degree of leanness, with special emphasis on intermuscular fat. Livestock Production Science, 97, 267-274

Monziols M., Collewet, G., Mariette, F., Kouba, M., Davenel, A., 2005. Muscle and fat quantification in MRI gradient echo images using a partial volume detection method. Application to the characterization of pig belly tissue.Magnetic Resonance Imaging, 23, 745-755

Monziols M., Collewet G., Bonneau M., Mariette F., Davenel A., Kouba M., 2006. Quantification of muscle, subcutaneous fat and intermuscular fat in pig carcasses and cuts by magnetic resonance imaging. Meat Science. 72, 146-154.

Monziols M., Bonneau M., Davenel A., Kouba M., 2007. Comparison of the lipid content and fatty acid composition of intermuscular and subcutaneous adipose tissues in pig carcasses. Meat Science (sous presse).

Chapitres d’ouvrage

Kouba, M. (2006). Effet of dietary omega-3 fatty acids on meat quality of pigs and poultry In : M.C. Teale, Omega 3 fatty acid research (pp. 225-239). New York, Nova publishers