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    Groenekennis - Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

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The role of reproductive technologies in breeding schemes for livestock populations in developing countries \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Arendonk, J.A.M. van \ 2011
The world is faced with the challenge to meet the increasing demand for livestock products while conserving animal genetic resource diversity and maintaining environmental integrity. Genetic improvement of local breeds can help to improve the livelih ...
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Genetic diversity and population structure in Portuguese goat breeds \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Bruno-de-Sousa, C. \ Martinez, A.M. \ Ginja, C. \ Santos-Silva, F. \ Carolino, M.I. \ Delgado, J.V. \ Gama, L.T. \ 2011
Genetic diversity was assessed in the Portuguese native breeds of goats Algarvia (AL), Bravia (BR), Charnequeira (CH), Preta de Montesinho (PM), Serpentina (SP) and Serrana (SR), by analyzing 25 microsatellite markers in 193 animals. Genetic variabil ...
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Y chromosomal characterization of Turkish native sheep breeds \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Oner, Y. \ Calvo, J.H. \ Elmaci, C. \ 2011
In this study, ten native Turkish sheep breeds were sampled to evaluate Y chromosomal genetic variation. Two regions of the SRY gene, one region each of the DBY and AMEL genes and SRYM18 Y-specific microsatellite locus were sequenced. While no base s ...
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Specific features of muscles and meat from ‘AOC’ guaranteed-origin Taureau de Camargue beef cattle \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Santé-Lhoutellier, V. \ Gatellier, P. \ Fiot, I. \ Durand, D. \ Micol, D. \ Picard, B. \ 2010
The French AOC Taureau de Camargue guaranteed-origin breed certification was obtained in 1996. This denomination covers two local breeds, di Biou and Brave, and crossbreeds between them. On average, 2000 head of these beef cattle are raised every yea ...
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Development of a genetic indicator of biodiversity for farm animals \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Villanueva, B. \ Sawalha, R.M. \ Roughsedge, T. \ Rius-Vilarrasa, E. \ Woolliams, J.A. \ 2010
In 2002, Parties to the UN Convention on Biological Diversity made a commitment to “achieve by 2010 a significant reduction of the current rate of biodiversity loss at the global, regional and national level”. In order to assess progress towards the ...
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Effects of climate changes on animal production and sustainability of livestock systems \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Nardone, A. \ Ronchi, B. \ Lacetera, N. \ Ranieri, M.S. \ Bernabucci, U. \ 2010
The effects of climate change are controversial. This paper reviews the effects of climate change on livestock following the theory of global warming. Although, the effects of global warming will not be adverse everywhere, a relevant increase of drou ...
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Molecular, genealogical and morphometric characterisation of the Pallaresa, a Pyrenean relic cattle breed: insights for conservation \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Jordana, J. \ Ferrando, A. \ Marmi, J. \ Avellanet, R. \ Aranguren-Méndez, J.A. \ Goyache, F. \ 2010
The Pallaresa cattle breed is a native population of beef cattle found in the western regions of the Catalan Pyrenees (Spain). Since the second half of the twentieth century, population size decreased dramatically in favour of the Bruna dels Pirineus ...
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Genetics of adaptation in domestic farm animals: a review \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Mirkena, T. \ Duguma, G. \ Haile, A. \ Tibbo, M. \ Okeyo, A.M. \ Wurzinger, M. \ Sölkner, J. \ 2010
This review summarizes available information on genetics of adaptation in major livestock species focusing on small ruminants. Adaptation to humans and consequences of domestication on predator aversion, mechanisms of adaptation to available feed and ...
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Genetic diversity and differentiation of Ankole cattle populations in Uganda inferred from microsatellite data \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Kugonza, D.R. \ Jianlin, H. \ Nabasirye, M. \ Mpairwe, D. \ Kiwuwa, G.H. \ Okeyo, A.M. \ Hanotte, O. \ 2010
A total of 304 individuals from eight Ankole cattle populations of Uganda were analysed based on 19 microsatellite markers to investigate genetic diversity, relationships and population structure. Across all loci, 200 alleles were observed. A high me ...
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Farming strategies in organic dairy farming: Effects on breeding goal and choice of breed. An explorative study \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Nauta, W.J. \ Baars, T. \ Saatkamp, H. \ Weenink, D. \ Roep, D. \ 2009
Organic farming principles give rise to multifunctionality: different activities are combined at farm level to create ecological and economic synergies. These principles do however allow for different operationalisations and different farm developmen ...
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Genetic characterisation of Burkina Faso goats using microsatellite polymorphism \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Traoré, A. \ Alvarez, I. \ Tambourá, H.H. \ Fernández, I. \ 2009
A total of 133 reproductive individuals belonging to the 3 Burkina Faso goat breeds (Djallonké, Mossi and Sahelian) were analysed for 27 microsatellites. Additionally, 72 blood samples belonging to two reproductively isolated subpopulations of the en ...
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Exploring polymorphisms and effects on milk traits of the DGAT1, SCD1 and GHR genes in four cattle breeds \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Signorelli, F. \ Orru, L. \ Napolitano, F. \ De Matteis, G. \ Scata, M.C. \ Catillo, G. \ Marchitelli, C. \ Moioli, B. \ 2009
One hundred seven cattles of four breeds (Holstein–Friesian, Jersey, Valdostana and Piedmontese) were genotyped at the DGAT1 K232A and the SCD1 A293V variants, as well as at 7 SNPs of the GHR gene, that were used to construct 14 GHR haplotypes. Allel ...
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A cattle family in New Zealand with triplet calving ability \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Morris, C.A. \ Wheeler, M. \ Levet, G.L. \ Kirkpatrick, B.W. \ 2009
This paper reports on calving data from a cow family in New Zealand which is elite for triplet calving ability. The foundation cow (named ‘Treble’) was born in 1993 and her calvings included three sets of triplets. A triplet son (named ‘Trio’), born ...
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Genetic diversity of Brazilian pig breeds evidenced by microsatellite markers \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Sollero, B.P. \ 2009
The genetic diversity within and between five genetic groups of pigs in Brazil, (n = 182) represented by three naturalized breeds (Moura, Piau and Monteiro), one commercial breed (Landrace) and one commercial composite (MS60) was estimated using 28 m ...
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Differences in lean growth performance of pigs sampled from 1980 and 2005 commercial swine fed 1980 and 2005 representative feeding programs \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Fix, J.S. \ Cassady, J.P. \ Heugten, E. van \ Hanson, D.J. \ See, M.T. \ 2009
The objective of this study was to assess how changes in genetics and feeding programs over 25 years in the U.S. commercial swine industry have impacted lean growth performance. Genetic samples (GS) of pigs (n = 162) from the commercial industries in ...
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Introduction and overview to the special issue on animal genetic resources \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Cardellino, R.A. \ 2009
The present special issue of Livestock Science contains eleven papers on subjects related to animal genetic resources, defined as those animal species that are used, or may be used, for the production of food and agriculture, and the populations with ...
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Animal genetic resource trade flows: Economic assessment \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Gollina, D. \ Dusenc, E. van \ Blackburn, H. \ 2009
Throughout human history, livestock producers have relied on a vibrant international exchange of genetic resources to achieve improvements in the quality and productivity of their animals. In recent years, however, some observers have argued that cha ...
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Genebank development for the conservation of livestock genetic resources in the United States of America \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Blackburn, H.D. \ 2009
The USDA established the National Animal Germplasm Program (NAGP) to conserve livestock genetic resources in 1999. The NAGP is primarily concerned with the development of cryopreserved germplasm and tissue samples from U.S. livestock species. To exec ...
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Animal genetic resource trade flows: The utilization of newly imported breeds and the gene flow of imported animals in the United States of America \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Blackburn, H. \ Gollin, D. \ 2009
Animal germplasm exchange has recently received attention as a product of the FAO's State of the World's Animal Genetic Resources effort. Some have advocated a need to explore policies and regulations on the exchange of germplasm (e.g., Hiemstra, S.J ...
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Inference of admixture in the endangered Blanca Cacereña bovine breed by microsatellite analyses \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Padilla, J.A. \ Sansinforiano, E. \ Parejo, J.C. \ 2009
Blanca Cacereña cattle is the most threatened Spanish bovine breed. Although a Conservation Plan, exists, the little reproductive success and some chromosome abnormality were observed in the breed making it advisable to extend the genetic basis of th ...
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