3 edition of Breeding and improvement of farm animals found in the catalog.
Breeding and improvement of farm animals
James Edward Legates
|Statement||J.E. Legates, Everett J. Warwick.|
|Series||McGraw-Hill publications in the agricultural sciences|
|Contributions||Warwick, Everett James, 1917-|
|LC Classifications||SF105 .L425 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
|LC Control Number||89013038|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Sixth ed, by V.A. Rice. Description: xv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Series Title: McGraw-Hill. A fifth edition of this well-known text-book on animal breeding is to be welcomed for much new knowledge has accumulated largely as a result of the scientific study of genetics.
Thus the older idea that for improvement to follow, all that is necessary is to breed the best with the best, must now be modified in the light of new genetical by: Book: Breeding and improvement of farm animals. 7 + pp. Abstract: The previous edition of this firmly established textbook appeared inand was reviewed in Animal Breeding breeding Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Cited by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Breeding and improvement of farm animals at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5.
: Breeding and Improvement of Farm Animals (MCGRAW HILL PUBLICATIONS IN THE AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES) (): Legates, 5/5(1). The Role of Breeding and Genetics in Animal Production Improvement in the Developing Countries Jan Rendel Livestock Research and Education Service, Animal Production and Health Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Via delle Terme di Caracalla, Rome, ItalyCited by: 3.
Improving Japan's staple species of animals, we produce and supply superb breeding stocks, semen and fertilized eggs. The main targets of improvement Dairy cattle: Increasing quantity for milk production, improvement of.
• The book covers the discipline of animal breeding from its history, quantitative genetic principles, selection, mating systems and the breeding.
Develop a set of aims for a breeding program, for a chosen farm animal. Develop a checklist of criteria for selecting animals in a breeding program for a specified type of farm animal.
Explain natural selection, by giving an example of its application in a farm animal breeding program. Genetic Improvement and Escapes of Farm Animals.
Genetic improvement of aquaculture species also provides promise in improving production. Strains of several species that grow faster, exhibit greater disease resistance, and have Breeding and improvement of farm animals book more favorable characteristics for aquaculture have been produced through selective breeding.
This book describes the principles of genetic improvement of farm livestock and the practical application of these principles to dairy cattle, beef cattle and sheep breeding. This title has been taken over by CABI Publishing from Farming Press and was originally published in x mm.
Seller Inventory # CABI/5(1). Records are a vital part of any breeding programme, in particular for Pedigree animals. Records include: stud books (official lists of animals of a particular breed which show the genealogy of the breed.
There are stud books for a wide range of animals including: horses, farm livestock, domesticated animals and exotic animals commonly found in. Breeding farm animals involves such steps as evaluation of their production potential, selection of suitable individuals that excel in production, and mating them together in a planned manner to obtain still better offspring.
All these steps are directed towards improving the genetic production potential or genotype of animals. Animal breeding, genetics, and genomics is the branch of science concerned with maximizing desirable genetic traits, such as producing animals that have leaner meat.
Animal geneticists have identified elements within genes that can enhance animal growth, health, and ability to utilize nutrients.
These genetic advances can increase production while reducing environmental. Breeding and improvement of farm animals, Everett James Warwick, James Edward Legates, Victor Arthur Rice,Technology & Engineering, pages.
Spawning and maturation of aquaculture species proceedings of the twenty-eighth US-Japan. New Technologies in Animal Breeding looks at new reproductive technologies in breeding domestic animals, such as sex selection, frozen storage of oocytes and embryos, in vitro fertilization and embryo culture, amphibian nuclear transplantation, parthenogenesis, identical twins and cloning in mammals, and gene transfer in mammalian cells.
In livestock species, breeding goals are aimed primarily at improvement of production traits. However, there are a number of examples where selection for high production efficiency has resulted in reduced welfare through unfavorable outcomes in health, welfare and fitness characteristics.
It is the society’s understanding of these effects that has raised questions. Future breeding plans for genetic improvement of farm animals in different agro-ecological zones of Pakistan. Emerging bio-technologies for increasing animal productivity. Practical: Exercises on the maintenance and standardization of productive and reproductive records.
Estimation of Breeding Values using standardized records. Animal husbandry is the branch of agriculture concerned with animals that are raised for meat, fibre, milk, eggs, or other includes day-to-day care, selective breeding and the raising of livestock.
Husbandry has a long history, starting with the Neolithic revolution when animals were first domesticated, from aro BC onwards, antedating farming of the first crops.
The breeding of sheep, goats, horses and companion animals, e.g. the dog is based on individual breeders collaborating in the setting of a herd book or a breeder's association. Animal breeding is aiming at the improvement of animals by changing their genetic abilities for important traits.
Animal breeding is a branch of animal science that addresses the evaluation (using best linear unbiased prediction and other methods) of the genetic value (estimated breeding value, EBV) of livestock.
Selecting for breeding animals with superior EBV in growth rate, egg, meat, milk, or wool production, or with other desirable traits has revolutionized livestock production. Breeding and biotechnology in farm animals – ethical issues 1 C. Gamborg & P. Sandøe Introduction still increasing extent they are the outcome of farm animal breeding, i.e.
genetic improvement. This is a post-print of a chapter from the book Key issues in. For farm animal breeding, the cost of cryopreservation and the likelihood of a successful outcome following AI must be considered when deciding whether to use fresh, cooled or frozen sperm doses.
The spermatozoa are mixed with a protective solution containing lipoproteins, sugars and a cryoprotectant such as by: 8. the quality, quantity as well as profitability of farm animals.
Additionally, effective genetic improvement and management systems limit genetic exchange among the populations, minimize inbreeding and preserve special characters of each population.
Breeding Focus – Improving Resilience Preface Genetic improvement of resilience is the topic for Breeding Focus It is our Farm animals suffer constant bombardment with cocktails of infectious pathogens present in the environment.
Eliminating these pathogens from farms is not always feasible. Artificial insemination (AI) is the most important single technique devised for the genetic improvement of animals.
Major advantages of AI are: genetic improvement; control of venereal diseases; availability of accurate breeding records; economic service; and safety through elimination of dangerous males. The process of selecting animals based on their genetics has helped advance agricultural productivity over the past 50 years.
A good example of genetic improvement is in poultry breeding. Between andpoultry breeders selected traits to increase the body weight of broiler (meat) chickens. Comprehensive, yet concise and approachable, Genetic Improvement of Farmed Livestock provides a thorough grounding in the basic sciences underpinning current farmed animal breeding practice.
The text relates science to practical application in all the major farmed animal species: cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, pigs and fish, and gives practical examples in temperate and.
Stereotypies, or the repetitive, compulsive but apparently nonfunctional movements exhibited by some confined animals are also cited as evidence of a welfare deficit in farmed animals (Singer,p. ; Gruen,p. 85).Defined as a clinical phenomenon, stereotypical behavior is observed in many animal species, including human by: 1.
examples of genetic improvement of welfare of farm animals. A reflection on ethical issues of animal breeding and welfare is presented and further avenues for genetic improvement of welfare are discussed.
We thank all authors for their contributions to this book and their presentations at the Breeding Focus workshop in Armidale. Enhancing livestock productivity - through better reproduction and breeding management The objective of our activities is to improve livestock production and reproduction of breeds adapted to the local environments, with emphasis on the characterization of livestock genetic resources, the identification of genes controlling productive and economic traits, and the establishment or the.
Breeding of Agricultural Animals (also, livestock breeding), the science of mating farm animals to improve their hereditary characteristics, to improve existing breeds, and to develop new breeds and highly productive herds; a division of zootechny.
The breeding of agricultural animals is concerned with developing theoretical principles and practical. Comprehensive, yet concise and approachable, Genetic Improvement of Farmed Animals provides a thorough grounding in the basic sciences underpinning current farmed animal breeding practice.
Relating science to practical application, it covers all the major farmed animal species: cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, pigs and fish. The book: – Provides a comprehensive coverage –. Genetic Improvement of Farm Animals ANS Lecture Monday, Wednesday, Friday – AM ANS Instructor Dr.
Raluca Mateescu Office: Room B, Animal Science – Bldg Phone: () ‐ e‐mail: [email protected] Office Hours Monday, Wednesday, FridayFile Size: KB. Nature of modern plant breeding. Plant breeding since s has had a profound impact on food production through developing and deploying new cultivars on a worldwide basis (Borlaug ).New cultivars have been developed through applications of many effective breeding methods, ranging from introduction, phenotypic selection on natural variants, Cited by: First published in“Animal Breeding Plans” contains a detailed guide on animal breeding designed for students with experience of genetics, embryology, breeds, and stock judging.
It aims to furnish the reader with a clear understanding of the means available for improving the heredity of farm animals, especially what each possible method will or will not do.
surprising to note that the contribution to the world farm produce is only 25 per cent, i.e., the productivity per unit is very low. Hence, in addition to conventional practices of animal breeding and care, newer technologies also have to be applied to achieve improvement in quality and productivity.
Management of Farms and Farm AnimalsFile Size: 1MB.Animal breeding, controlled propagation of domestic animals in order to improve desirable qualities. Humanity has been modifying domesticated animals to better suit human needs for centuries.
Selective breeding involves using knowledge from several branches of science. These include genetics, statistics, reproductive physiology, computer science, and molecular genetics.Animal husbandry and Cattle Farming. shelter, health and breeding of domestic animals is called animal husbandry Need for animal husbandry: As the population and the living standard increase, the demand for milk, eggs and meat also goes up.
Hence, to bring a revolutionary increase in the production of milk, eggs and meat to satisfy the.