2 edition of introduction to breeding farm animals found in the catalog.
introduction to breeding farm animals
Laurence M. Winters
|Statement||by Laurence M. Winters...|
|Series||The Wiley farm series, ed. by A. K. Getman... and C. E. Ladd.|
|LC Classifications||SF105 .W67|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 250 p.|
|Number of Pages||250|
|LC Control Number||42023527|
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(Laurence Merriam), Introduction to breeding farm animals. New York, J. Wiley and. Book: An introduction to breeding farm animals. pp.x + pp. Abstract: IN scope and matter this is a useful text for those needing an elementary introduction to the science of animal breeding animal breeding Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and EquipmentAuthor: Laurence M.
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Chowdhary; Genetics - A Conceptual Approach by Benjamin A. Pierce. Preface: prof. Johan van Arendonk, chairholder Animal Breeding and Genetics. This textbook contains teaching material on animal breeding and genetics for BSc students.
The text book started as an initiative of the Dutch Universities for Applied (Agricultural) Sciences. The textbook is made available by the Animal Breeding and Genomics Centre (ABGC) of Wageningen UR (University and. In this first chapter the history of animal breeding is presented. The importance of selection by nature and important aspects of the domestication process will be described.
Mankind started to create breeds accompanied with artificial selection years ago. Nowadays, breeding of high productive farm animals, like cattle, pigs and poultry is in the hands of multinational companies which invest a lot of. Genetic evaluation of individual animals in a breeding population, selection of the best individuals for traits of importance in some sense (adaptation, production, economic), followed by mating of selected individuals to generate the next generation of animals.
INTRODUCTION to ANIMAL BREEDING. From the very early days human beings depend on animals and animal products for food and other requirements. In dairy and poultry farms high yielding animals are reared. These high yielding animals are produced by hybridisation experiments.
Previously the animals were developed basing on unscientific methods. The book is divided into three parts. Part I provides an introduction to an elementary knowledge of animal structure, function, and development.
Part II explains the principal branches of the animal kingdom. Part III is devoted to a necessarily brief consideration of certain of the more conspicuous and interesting features of animal ecology.
As someone interested in starting a farm with heritage breeds, I was really hoping for more. The book is not well organized as a reference book, as the color descriptions are mixed throughout the book instead of presented glossary or index style.
Hard to consult for a Reviews: The book covers the area of animal bteeding under six broad sections with 23 chaptets starting from history to biotechnology in animal breeding including estimation and computation of numerical. Animal Farm: a tract with a political motive.
Animal Farm, like the first book of Gulliver’s Travels (a satire on Queen Anne’s court), began as a tract with a political motive. Farmer Jones’s Manor Farm is an Orwellian Lilliput, satirising the pretensions of the Russian Revolution of and its prompt corruption by a new, more ruthless power elite than even the Czarist regime under.
Informal animal breeding started thousands of years ago when hunter-gatherers started domesticating animals. Out of thousands of species available only few were domesticated as the requirements for domestication were numerous: plant diet, fast growth rate, ability to breed in captivity, good disposition, little tendency to panic, and ability to function well in groups .
Organized into five sections encompassing 14 chapters, this book begins with an overview of animals in society and perspectives on animal breeding. It then discusses the animal industries that are heavily dependent on reproductive technology, including those engaged in cloning, selfing, aquaculture, artificial insemination, and embryo transfer.
Introduction, history and basic of animal breeding Introduction Mankind started to create breeds accompanied with artificial selection years ago. Nowadays, breeding of high productive farm animals, like cattle, pigs and poultry is in the hands of. This textbook provides a detailed view of the different ways in which reproduction in cattle, sheep, pigs and horses can be controlled and manipulated.
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Lec 01 – Aims and objectives of Plant Breeding. Lec 02 – Modes of Reproduction. Lec 03 – Apomixis – classification and significance in plant breeding.
Lec 04 – Modes of Pollination. Lec 05 – Classification of plants. Edited by Michael J. Meredith, the book provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of reproduction in farm animals and horses.
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Addressing principles associated with breeding animals for enhanced health and resistance to specific diseases, this new edition provides an updated review of the field and is illustrated with examples covering many diseases of importance to livestock production across all major livestock species.
Authored by experts in the field, the book covers techniques and approaches, viruses, TSEs, bacteria. One possible future scenario is the creation of specific gene knockouts in farm animals in order to mimic human disease in a large animal model. For example, McCreath et al.
(), have generated genetically-engineered sheep carrying a mutated collagen gene, and have suggested that such animals could serve as models for the human connective. Follow/Fav The Breeding Center. By: GreenEyedMonster I am a nineteen year old girl stuck in the worst place I can think of: a breeding facility.
Women are brought here and bred to suit the needs of these corrupt men. Hell is my world now Care to join. The book also talks about the basic principles of breeding, giving details about animal breeding, husbandry and breeding in the wild. Such selected concepts that redefine this field have been presented in this text.
For all those who are interested in animal genetics and breeding, this textbook can prove to be an essential guide. Breeding for Disease Resistance in Farm Animals 3rd Edition Authored by experts, it uses examples covering many diseases of importance to livestock production across all major livestock species.
Topics include techniques and approaches, viruses, Transmissible Spongiform Encephalopathies (TSEs), bacteria, parasites, vectors, and broader health issues seen in production. This special re-print edition of F.R.
Marshall's book "Breeding Farm Animals" is a complete guide to the breeding domestic animals. Written in by one of the leading professsors of Animal Husbandry of his day, this text includes details about the art of breeding livestock for production or exhibition.
Mating of animals which are not related. Reasons: To introduce new genes in an existing breeding herd. To exploit heterosis resulting from a cross between two breeds. To develop a new breed or a grade animal. Limitations Lack of uniformity in animals that result from out-breeding. Desirable characteristics may be lost due to variation.
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Talk about low budget. A stud farm or stud in animal husbandry is an establishment for selective breeding of word "stud" comes from the Old English stod meaning "herd of horses, place where horses are kept for breeding".Historically, documentation of the breedings that occur on a stud farm leads to the development of a stud animals made available for breeding to outside female animals.
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