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‘Inteelt zie je niet altijd, maar kost wel geld’ : onderzoeker Nauta overweegt studieclub fokkerij op te zetten
Windig, Jack - \ 2016
inbreeding - inbreeding depression - goat keeping - animal breeding - farm management
Geitenbrij op een rij : de fokkerijpraktijk in de biologische melkgeitenhouderij nader bekeken, is er gevaar voor inteelt?
Borsten, J. - \ 2012
Driebergen : Louis Bolk Instituut (Publicatie / Louis Bolk Instituut nr. 2012-006 LbD) - 56 p.
geitenhouderij - melkproducerende dieren - biologische landbouw - dierveredeling - vragenlijsten - inteeltdepressie - agrarische bedrijfsvoering - goat keeping - milk yielding animals - organic farming - animal breeding - questionnaires - inbreeding depression - farm management
Dit onderzoek had als doel meer inzicht te verschaffen in de praktijk van de biologische geitenfokkerij van Nederland en een indruk te krijgen van de kans op inteelt in de biologische sector. Door de structuur in de fokkerij inzichtelijk te maken krijgt men ook inzicht in de kans op het vóórkomen van inteelt. Voor dit onderzoek is een enquête rondgestuurd en zijn bedrijfsbezoeken afgelegd. De enquête is beantwoord door 34 aangeschreven biologische geitenhouders. Dit zijn 46% van alle biologische geitenhouders in Nederland.
Inteelt, verwantschappen en consequenties van inteelt
Windig, Jack - \ 2008
poultry - fowls - quails - sheep - inbreeding - inbreeding depression - crossing - genetics - breeds - genetic diversity - kinship - swifter sheep
Selection for scrapie resistance and simultaneous restriction of inbreeding in the rare sheep breed "Mergellander"
Windig, J.J. ; Meuleman, H. ; Lansbergen, L.M.T.E. - \ 2007
Preventive Veterinary Medicine 78 (2007)2. - ISSN 0167-5877 - p. 161 - 171.
dierveredeling - schapen - zeldzame rassen - schapenrassen - ooien - rammen - ziekteresistentie - ziektebestrijding - inteelt - inteeltdepressie - ziektepreventie - veredelingsprogramma's - scrapie - scrapieverwekker - allelen - mergellandschaap - animal breeding - sheep - rare breeds - sheep breeds - ewes - rams - disease resistance - disease control - inbreeding - inbreeding depression - disease prevention - breeding programmes - scrapie agent - alleles - mergelland sheep - prp genotype frequencies - natural scrapie - association - gene - populations - codon-136 - survival
Scrapie is a fatal infectious neurodegenerative disease for which susceptibility is associated with polymorphisms in the ovine prion protein (PrP) gene. Scrapie-eradication programmes are based on eliminating the susceptible VRQ allele and/or breeding for the resistant ARR allele. In rare breeds or breeds with a low frequency of the ARR allele this can lead to unacceptably high inbreeding rates with associated increased risk of genetic defects and inbreeding depression. The conservation status of populations with inbreeding rates (¿F) above 1% is considered critical. In the Dutch rare sheep breed the Mergellander animals carrying ARR alleles are closely related to one another, and could reach 1.53% when only ARR/ARR animals are used as parents. Inbreeding rates can be reduced by selecting the set of parents according to their average co-ancestry. We minimised inbreeding rates by calculating the optimal contribution of each ram and selection of ewes. This resulted in inbreeding rates of ¿0.17% with exclusive use of homozygous ARR rams, and ¿0.38% if use of heterozygous rams was allowed as well. Thus sophisticated breeding programs can prevent unacceptably high inbreeding rates when breeding for scrapie resistance.
The root vole (Microtus oeconomus arenicola) in the Netherlands: threatened and (un)adapted?
Apeldoorn, R.C. van - \ 2002
Lutra 45 (2002)2. - ISSN 0024-7634 - p. 155 - 166.
microtus oeconomus - microtus - woelmuizen - knaagdieren - bedreigde soorten - habitats - habitat vernietiging - inteeltdepressie - wildbescherming - ecologie - fauna - genetica - populatiebiologie - versnippering - woelmuis - zoogdieren - voles - rodents - endangered species - habitat destruction - inbreeding depression - wildlife conservation
Bestudering van de verschillende oorzaken die tot achteruitgang van de Noordse woelmuis in Nederland hebben geleid
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