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    This database contains bibliographic descriptions of all Wageningen University PhD theses from 1920 onwards. It is updated on a daily basis by WUR Library.

    Author abstracts and/or summaries are added to all descriptions. A link to the full text dissertation is added to the bibliographic description. In a few cases, no electronic version is available, mostly because of copyright issues.

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Antibodies and longevity of dairy cattle: genetic analysis [PhD thesis]
Klerk, Britt de \ 2016
dairy cattle - dairy cows - antibodies - longevity - genetic analysis - breeding value - genomes - genetic improvement - animal genetics
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Genomic selection for improved crossbred performance [PhD thesis]
Lopes, Marcos Soares \ 2016
pigs - crossbreds - genomics - selective breeding - performance - genetic improvement - pig breeding
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Sport horses : breeding specialist from a single breeding programme? [PhD thesis]
Rovere, Gabriel \ 2016
horses - racehorses - studbooks - show jumping - sport performance - pedigree - genetic correlation - horse breeding - breeding programmes
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Genomic selection for crossbred performance [PhD thesis]
Esfandyari, Hadi \ 2016
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Genetics of social interactions in laying hens : improving survival and productivity [PhD thesis]
Peeters, K. \ 2015
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Linkage disequilibrium and genomic selection in pigs [PhD thesis]
Veroneze, R. \ 2015
pigs - linkage disequilibrium - quantitative trait loci - genomics - populations - crossbreds - inbred lines - breeding value - selective breeding - genetics
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Genetic background of claw health in dairy cattle [PhD thesis]
Spek, D. van der \ 2015
dairy cattle - claws - animal health - foot diseases - genetic parameters - heritability - genomics - selective breeding - animal breeding
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Non-genetic variance in pigs: genetic analysis of reproduction and production traits [PhD thesis]
Sell-Kubiak, E. \ 2015
pigs - animal breeding - reproduction - animal production - genetic analysis - genetic variance - genomics - phenotypic variation
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Genetic improvement in indigenous chicken of Ethiopia [PhD thesis]
Woldegiorgiss, W.E. \ 2015
fowls - poultry - native livestock - genetic improvement - farmers' attitudes - perception - fowl breeds - performance - animal breeding - ethiopia
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Breeding program for indigenous chicken in Kenya [PhD thesis]
Ngeno, K. \ 2015
fowls - poultry - native livestock - animal breeding - breeding programmes - genetic diversity - ecotypes - genomes - genetic improvement - kenya
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Indirect genetic effects for group-housed animals [PhD thesis]
Alemu, S.W. \ 2015
mink - poultry - group housing - genetic effects - social behaviour - aggressive behaviour - interactions - heritability - breeding programmes - statistical analysis - genetic parameters - selective breeding
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Genetic variation of milk fatty acid composition between and within dairy cattle breeds [PhD thesis]
Maurice–van Eijndhoven, M. \ 2014
animal breeding - dairy cows - fatty acids - milk - genetic variation - cattle breeds - heritability - milk fat - animal genetic resources - dairy farming
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Sociable swine: prospects of indirect genetic effects for the improvement of productivity, welfare and quality [PhD thesis]
Duijvesteijn, N. \ 2014
pigs - social behaviour - group interaction - genetic effects - performance - animal welfare - androsterone - genomes - genetic correlation - pig breeding - stakeholders - assessment - animal production
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Breeding strategies to make sheep farms resilient to uncertainty [PhD thesis]
Rose, I.J. \ 2014
sheep - sheep farming - animal breeding - breeding programmes - economic viability - profitability - elasticity - pastures - sheep feeding - western australia
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Sociable swine : indirect genetic effects on growth rate and their effect on behaviour and production of pigs in different environments [PhD thesis]
Camerlink, I. \ 2014
pigs - social behaviour - genetic effects - growth rate - animal behaviour - aggressive behaviour - social environment - animal production - selective breeding - pig farming
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Unraveling the genetic background of bovine milk fat composition [PhD thesis]
Bouwman, A. \ 2014
animal breeding - dairy farming - dairy cattle - milk production - fatty acids - genomics - quantitative trait loci
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Improvement of energy and nitrogen utilisation in pork production : genetics and growth models [PhD thesis]
Shirali, M. \ 2014
animal breeding - pigs - animal production - growth models - genetics - nitrogen - excretion - feed conversion efficiency
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Quantitative genetic analysis of ascites in broilers [PhD thesis]
Closter, A.M. \ 2014
broilers - quantitative genetics - ascites - genetic parameters - heritability - genetic correlation - phenotypic correlation - animal breeding - genetics - fowl diseases
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Optimizing genomic selection for scarcely recorded traits [PhD thesis]
Pszczola, M. \ 2013
dairy cattle - genomes - selective breeding - genetic improvement - breeding value - phenotypes - genotypes - traits - feed intake - animal breeding
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Immunogenetics in dairy cattle : somatic cell count and natural antibody levels [PhD thesis]
Wijga, S. \ 2013
dairy cattle - dairy cows - immunogenetics - somatic cell count - natural antibodies - genomics - immunology - genetics
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