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    Groenekennis - Informatie voor professionals in voedsel en groen

    Groenekennis bevat artikelen uit vaktijdschriften, rapporten, video’s, presentaties, posters en websites op het gebied van landbouw, visserij, groene ruimte en voeding. Groenekennis wordt dagelijks bijgewerkt en bevat ongeveer 500.000 bronnen.

    Groenekennis is de globale view over diverse deelbestanden. Groenekennis is gevuld met alle informatie uit Groen Kennisnet, de Hydrotheek, Tuinpad, IB archief, ARTIK, bioKennis, Kennisbank Plantaardige bronnen, Kennisbank Zeldzame landbouwhuisdieren en afgesloten documentatiebestanden zoals Land Bodem Water en Consumenten- en huishoudstudies.

    Groen Kennisnet is een zeer belangrijk onderdeel van Groenekennis. De doelstelling van Groen Kennisnet is kennis delen op het gebied van Voedsel en Groen te bevorderen en te faciliteren voor een breed publiek.

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Mooi en melk steeds beter samen : keuring Friese melkschapen \ Het schaap : vakblad voor de schapenhouder waarin opgenomen de officiele mededelingen van Het Texels Schapenstamboek en van Het Texels Schapenstamboek in Noord-Holland [Artikel]
Engelen, J. \ 2003
Verslag van een fokdag waar zowel fokkers als melkers elkaar onmoetten. Het Friese melkschaap is herontdekt door melkers
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An EC-funded project on characterization of genetic variation in the European pig : objectives, organization, breed sampling, DNA preparation and circulation \ Archivos de zootecnia : publicacion trimestral [Artikel]
Ollivier, L. \ Amigues, Y. \ Boscher, M.Y. \ 2003
The overall objective of the project (PigBioDiv) was to demonstrate the applicability of molecular biology tools for evaluating pig genetic diversity. Use was made of two marker technologies, namely microsatellites and arbitrary amplification of frag ...
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Gene banking in rare breeds and species whose gametes are difficult to cryopreserve \ Allattenyesztes es takarmanyozas = Animal breeding and feeding = Zivotnovodstvo i kormlenie = Tierzucht und Fuetterung = Elevage et alimentation [Artikel]
Dinnyes, A. \ Bagis, H. \ Ji, W.Z. \ Kikuchi, K. \ Lee, J.W. \ Li, X.L. \ Nagi, T. \ Presicce, G.A. \ Somfai, T. \ Si, W. \ Yang, X.Z. \ 2003
The review paper describes some new developments in gamete cryopreservation of rare breeds and species in which gametes are difficult to preserve, with special emphasis on vitrification of oocytes and embryos in porcine, rare bovine breeds, goat and ...
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Isolated ovine primordial follicles cryopreserved in different concentrations of ethylene glycol \ Theriogenology : an international journal of animal reproduction [Artikel]
Amorim, C.A. \ Rondina, D. \ Rodrigues, A.P.R. \ Costa, S.H.F. \ Goncalves, P.B.D. \ Figueiredo, J.R. de \ Giorgetti, A. \ 2003
Cryopreservation of primordial follicles represents an opportunity to preserve female gametes, and consequently to protect the reproductive capacity of humans and animals, as well as to safeguard genetic material from endangered animal species or rar ...
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Animal genetic resources conservation and development: the role of FAO \ Archivos de zootecnia : publicacion trimestral [Artikel]
Cardellino, R.A. \ 2003
Livestock is an important component of food security in most developing countries, accounting for more than 40 percent of overall agricultural output, and serving as source of food, shelter and protection, energy, fuel, fertilizer and cash, and to ma ...
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The status of native farm animal genetic diversity in Turkey and in the world \ Zivotnov'dni nauki = Journal of animal science [Artikel]
Soysal, M.I. \ Ozkan, E. \ Gurcan, E.K. \ 2003
This article discusses the current status of the cattle, sheep and goat animal genetic diversity in Turkey, as well as some measures conducted to maintain and preserve critical and endangered livestock breeds. A run-down of existing databanks for far ...
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Socioeconomic causes of loss of animal genetic diversity: analysis and assessment \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Tisdell, C. \ 2003
The proximate causes and processes involved in loss of breeds are outlined. The path-dependent effect and Swanson's dominance-effect are discussed in relation to lock-in of breed selection. These effects help to explain genetic erosion. It is shown t ...
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Dairy farming systems: critical analysis and identification of the factors limiting their development in the Mediterranean area \ Prospects for a sustainable dairy sector in the Mediterranean : proceedings of the joint EAAP - CIHEAM - FAO symposium on prospects for a sustainable dairy sector in the Mediterranean, Hammamet, Tunesia, October 26-28, 2000 = Les filières lait en Méditerranée: enjeux pour un futur durable [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Nardone, A. \ 2003
In the Mediterranean area sheep, goats, cattle and buffaloes produce 63, 25, 15 and 4% of the world milk production, respectively. Indigenous breeds largely prevail in the area for the sheep, goats and buffaloes. For cattle there is a different distr ...
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PCR and RAPD identification of L. plantarum strains isolated from ovine milk and cheese : geographical distribution of strains \ FEMS microbiology letters : an international journal providing for the rapid publication of short reports on microbiological research [Artikel]
Oneca, M. \ Irigoyen, A. \ Ortigosa, M. \ Torre, P. \ 2003
Lactobacilli, and specifically Lactobacillus plantarum, are an important group of microorganisms in ovine cheeses, even though they are not ordinarily included in the starter cultures added. The present study effected counts of lactobacilli in Roncal ...
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Introduction and overview to the Special Issue on animal genetic resources \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Drucker, A.G. \ Scarpa, R. \ 2003
Biodiversity conservation and sustainable use has, for many people, become associated mainly with issues related to plants and wild animals. Although much less discussed, the loss of farm animal genetic resources (AnGR) may well be much more serious ...
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Animal genetic resources and economic development: issues in relation to economic valuation \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Rege, J.E.O. \ Gibson, J.P. \ 2003
The world's domestic animal breeds represent an important resource for economic development and livelihood security. Extensive genetic diversity in these breeds allows the existence of livestock in all but the most extreme environments globally, prov ...
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Animal genetic resources and sustainable livelihoods \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Anderson, S. \ 2003
Many of the world's poor depend directly upon genetic, species and ecosystem biodiversity for their livelihoods. In many regions animal genetic resources (AnGR) are a vital component of this biodiversity. An estimated 1.96 billion people rely on live ...
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The need to conserve farm animal genetic resources in Africa: should policy makers be concerned? \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Wollny, C.B.A. \ 2003
This paper outlines key factors contributing to the erosion of animal genetic resources and discusses strategic options for policy makers. The ratification of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) in 1993 represents an international consensus ...
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An approach to the optimal allocation of conservation funds to minimize loss of genetic diversity between livestock breeds \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Simianer, H. \ Marti, S.B. \ Gibson, J. \ Hanotte, O. \ Rege, J.E.O. \ 2003
About 30% of all farm animal breeds worldwide are at risk of extinction. To prevent this irreversible erosion of genetic diversity, the limited funds available for conservation need to be allocated in the most efficient way. Applying the diversity co ...
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Economic evaluation of smallholder subsistence livestock production: lessons from an Ethiopian goat development program \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Ayalew, W. \ King, J.M. \ Bruns, E. \ Rischkowsky, B. \ 2003
Conventional productivity evaluation criteria are inadequate to evaluate subsistence livestock production, because: (1) they fail to capture non-marketable benefits of the livestock; and (2) the core concept of a single limiting input is inappropriat ...
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Domestic animal biodiversity conservation: a case study of rural development plans in the European Union \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Signorello, G. \ Pappalardo, G. \ 2003
In this paper we examine the content of farm animal biodiversity conservation measures currently under implementation in the European Union (EU), as a result of the application of EC Regulations 1257/99 and 1750/99. We surveyed 69 Rural Development P ...
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The challenge of conserving indigenous domesticated animals \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Mendelsohn, R. \ 2003
This special issue contains many valuable studies of indigenous domesticated animal genetic resources. Individual farmers throughout the world are abandoning many breeds that have been locally adapted over thousands of years in favor of new exotic bu ...
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Socioeconomic causes of loss of animal genetic diversity: analysis and assessment \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Tisdell, C. \ 2003
The proximate causes and processes involved in loss of breeds are outlined. The path-dependent effect and Swanson's dominance-effect are discussed in relation to lock-in of breed selection. These effects help to explain genetic erosion. It is shown t ...
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De Gelderse fokkerij. Hoe staat zij ervoor? \ In de strengen : het Nederlandse sportpaard / Warmbloedpaardenstamboek in Nederland [Artikel]
Bischot, I. \ 2003
Voor de periode 1998-2002 wordt weergegeven door welk type hengst Gelderse merries zijn gedekt en in een ander overzicht de verdeling van veulens van Gelderse hengsten die afkomstig zijn van een Gelderse merrie, een rijpaardmerrie of een tuigpaardmer ...
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Behouden vee : zeldzaam maar springlevend [Boek]
Hillegers, H. \ 2003
Een boek over zeldzame huisdieren. Dit boek is tot stand gekomen met medewerking van het Diergeneeskundig Memorandum en de Stichting Zeldzame Huisdierrassen (SZH) In het voorwoord schrijft de voorzitter: 'De SZH is al ruim een kwart eeuw actief om te ...
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