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Biodiversity for food security and family farming [Video]
ILEIA Foundation \ 2014
“I believe that the answer to hunger is intensive agriculture. Intensive not in chemicals, capital and fossil fuels, but rather intensive in ecological processes and biodiversity. In care for the land and care for the people." In five minutes, farmer ...
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Genetic management from science to practice [Presentatie]
Windig, J. \ 2014
This publication deals with biodiversity and the use of old breeds. Given examples are: Golden Retriever, Kempisch Heideschaap and Veluws heideschaap.
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Livestock biodiversity \ Revue scientifique et technique / Office International des Epizooties = Revista cientifica y tecnica / Officina Internacional de Epizootias = Scientific and technical review / International Office of Epizootics [Artikel]
Hoffmann, I. \ 2010
This paper describes the institutional background against which invasiveness is considered with regard to livestock genetic diversity. The human-made nature and extensive spread of a few domesticated animal species for global food production is a fea ...
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Time to tap Africa's livestock genomes \ Science : a weekly journal devoted to the advancement of science / American Association for the Advancement of Science [Artikel]
Hanotte, O. \ Dessie, T. \ Kemp, S. \ 2010
If you travel across rural Africa looking for livestock such as cows, pigs, and goats, rather than scenic or wildlife wonders, you will be struck by the extraordinary diversity of its indigenous breeds. But the visual wonders of coat color or horn sh ...
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Development of a genetic indicator of biodiversity for farm animals [Presentatie]
Villanueva, B. \ [2009]
Presentatie over de ontwikkeling van genetische indicatoren voor biodiversiteit bij landbouwdieren
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Geographical isolation of native sheep breeds in the UK—Evidence of endemism as a risk factor to genetic resources \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Carson, A. \ Elliot, M. \ Groom, J. \ Winter, A. \ Bowles, D. \ 2009
This study addresses the potential risk to the genetic resources of UK sheep breeds from endemism. Twelve native breeds are analysed that exist in significant numbers and continue to be commercially farmed livestock. The breeds were selected to repre ...
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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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Research opportunities in the field of animal genetic resources \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Cardellino, R.A. \ Boyazoglu, J. \ 2009
Animal genetic resources are those animal species that are used, or may be used, for the production of food and agriculture, and the populations within each of them. The working unit of a database for farm animal genetic resources is the breed, a ter ...
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Biodiversity in goats in the Tunisian oasis \ Livestock research for rural development : an international computerized journal [Artikel]
Nafti, M.A. \ Khaldi, Z.A. \ Rekik, B. \ Gara, A.B. \ 2009
Goats are well adapted to Tunisian climatic conditions. Goat breeding is primarily found in the mountains, natural- pasture regions, and the arid (Sahara) and oasis regions in the south of the country. Goat variability is high in Tunisia and breeds a ...
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Characterisation and monitoring of poultry genetic resources \ World's poultry science journal [Artikel]
Tixier-Boichard, M. \ Bordas, A. \ Rognon, X. \ 2009
Poultry genetic resources encompass all types of populations, from village chickens to commercial and experimental lines. Characterisation includes collection of data on population size and structure, geographical distribution, production systems in ...
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Biodiversity studies of ruminant Mediterranean species through DNA molecular markers \ Mediterranean livestock production: uncertainties and opportunities. Proceedings of the 2nd Seminar of the Scientific-Professional Network on Mediterranean Livestock Farming (RME), Zaragoza, Spain, 18-20 May 2006 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Avellanet, R. \ 2008
During the last century the ruminant census has suffered an important decrease and breeds in danger of extinction have increased dramatically. The efforts to preserve these breeds have been essential to maintain their biological and ecological potent ...
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All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others \ Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology [Artikel]
Warwick, R.M. \ Somerfield, P.J. \ 2008
If the number of animal species is to be used as a measure of ‘biodiversity’, or if distributions of species among taxa of higher rank are to be used to infer evolutionary or ecological patterns, then we need to know whether animal phyla are consiste ...
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Research opportunities in the field of animal genetic resources \ Livestock science [Artikel]
Cardellino, R.A. \ Boyazoglu, J. \ 2008
Animal genetic resources are those animal species that are used, or may be used, for the production of food and agriculture, and the populations within each of them. The working unit of a database for farm animal genetic resources is the breed, a ter ...
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A protocol for the cryoconservation of breeds by low-cost emergency cell banks : a pilot study \ Animal : an international journal of animal bioscience [Artikel]
Groeneveld, E. \ 2008
A protocol was developed for collection and storage of somatic cell samples under adverse conditions with little infrastructure, for somatic-cell banks as a backup for endangered livestock breeds. The procedure, which is uniform across species, inclu ...
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Review of the initial validation and characterization of a 3K chicken SNP array \ World's poultry science journal [Artikel]
Muir, W.M. \ 2008
In 2004 the chicken genome sequence and more than 2.8 million single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) were reported. This information greatly enhanced the ability of poultry scientists to understand chicken biology, especially with respect to identifi ...
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Genome-wide assessment of worldwide chicken SNP genetic diversity indicates significant absence of rare alleles in commercial breeds \ Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America [Artikel]
Muir, W.M. \ 2008
Breed utilization, genetic improvement, and industry consolidation are predicted to have major impacts on the genetic composition of commercial chickens. Consequently, the question arises as to whether sufficient genetic diversity remains within indu ...
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On-farm conservation of agricultural biodiversity: needs, challenges and opportunities \ Agriculture for Development [Artikel]
Mulvany, P. \ 2008
This paper highlights the significance of protecting agricultural biodiversity and looks at the global responses and local initiatives in this direction as well as the challenges to on-farm conservation. Research processes currently used to stimulate ...
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Cryopreservation of goldfish fins and optimization for field scale cryobanking \ Cryobiology [Artikel]
Moritz, C. \ Labbe, C. \ 2008
When gametes and embryos are not available, cryobanking of somatic tissues is one possibility to keep a genetic record of fish valuables in a context of biodiversity conservation and animal breeding management. Cryopreservation of whole fin pieces wo ...
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Biodiversity of pig breeds from China and Europe estimated from pooled DNA samples: differences in microsatellite variation between two areas of domestication \ Genetics, selection, evolution [Artikel]
Megens, H.-J. \ 2008
Microsatellite diversity in European and Chinese pigs was assessed using a pooled sampling method on 52 European and 46 Chinese pig populations. A Neighbor Joining analysis on genetic distances revealed that European breeds were grouped together and ...
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Utilizing and conserving agrobiodiversity in agricultural landscapes \ Agriculture, ecosystems and environment : an international journal for scientific research on the relationship of agriculture and food production to the biosphere [Artikel]
Jackson, L.E. \ Pascual, U. \ Hodgkin, T. \ 2007
A biodiversity-based paradigm for sustainable agriculture is a potential solution for many of the problems associated with intensive, high input agriculture, and for greater resilience to the environmental and socioeconomic risks that may occur in th ...
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Typicity and biodiversity of goat and sheep milk products \ Small ruminant research : the official journal of the International Goat Association [Artikel]
Scintu, M.F. \ Piredda, G. \ 2007
Production of typical dairy products from goats and ewes using local and traditional resources, plays a direct role in biodiversity enhancement. The breeding of dairy goats and sheep is characteristic of marginal and less favourite areas, where local ...
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Current status in avian semen cryopreservation \ World's poultry science journal [Artikel]
Blesbois, E. \ 2007
Semen cryopreservation in domestic birds has been studied extensively in the past 50 years. However, efficient methods to freeze semen of chickens of different breeds have emerged only in the last decade of the 20th century. Methods using the cryopro ...
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The state of the world's animal genetic resources for food and agriculture [Boek]
Rischkowsky, B. \ Pilling, D. \ 2007
Sustainable management of the world's livestock genetic diversity is of vital importance to agriculture, food production, rural development and the environment. The State of the World's Animal Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture is the first g ...
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Conservation of rare or little-known species : biological, social, and economic considerations [Boek]
Raphael, M.R. \ Molina, R. \ cop. 2007
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Conservation of livestock breed diversity \ Stocarstvo [Artikel]
Barker, J.S.F. \ 2007
Mankind uses some 40 species of animals as domestic livestock to meet our needs for food, clothing, power, etc. Within these species, there are in total some 4,500 breeds that are referred to as the global animal genetic resources. Each breed compris ...
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Biodiversity and ecological sustainability : development of indicators for biodiversity in livestock systems [Presentatie]
Oldenbroek, K. \ 2007
Powerpoint-presentation with the following content: what is biodiversity, why is it important and what is the problem? Pressures on genetic diversity, development of indicators, comparison of the Netherlands and Vietnam, opportunities for conservatio ...
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Role of indigenous livestock genetic resources in the era of modern intellectual property rights \ Indian dairyman [Artikel]
Ramesha, K.P. \ 2007
Globalization in trade and investment through harmonization of national laws, particularly dealing with intellectual property rights in different areas including animal agriculture, is one of the major impacts of GATT/WTO. Production, protection, com ...
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Introduction to the special issue on "Property rights, collective action, and local conservation of genetic resources" \ World development : the multi-disciplinary international journal devoted to the study and promotion of world development [Artikel]
Eyzaguirre, P. \ Gregorio, M.D. \ Meinzen-Dick, R. \ 2007
Genetic diversity of crops and livestock plays a key role in sustainable agricultural practices. Investigating institutional aspects of local conservation of local plant and livestock genetic diversity can help shed light on social and economic facto ...
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The cost of conserving livestock diversity? Incentive measures and conservation options for maintaining indigenous Pelon pigs in Yucatan, Mexico \ Tropical animal health and production [Artikel]
Pattison, J. \ Drucker, A.G. \ Anderson, S. \ 2007
In the Mexican state of Yucatan the Pelon pig breed has been identified as being endangered. The gradual disappearance of this indigenous breed that is able to survive well in an extreme environment and under low-input conditions undermines food and ...
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A Latinoamerican experience in the conservation of zoogenetic resources and traditional management systems \ Italian journal of animal science : journal and official organ of the Scientific Association of Animal Production (A.S.P.A.) [Artikel]
Delgado, J.V. \ Camacho, M.E. \ 2007
The Iberoamerican Network on the Conservation of Local Domestic Animal Biodiversity for the Sustainable Rural Development (Network XII-H) was constituted inside the CYTED in 1999, in order to coordinate international activities on research, developme ...
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Early warning system for loss of diversity in European livestock breeds \ Archiv fuer Tierzucht = Archives of animal breeding [Artikel]
Duchev, Z. \ Distl, O. \ Groeneveld, E. \ 2006
Towards the end of the previous century the increasing erosion of biological diversity in livestock was recognized by the animal breeders as an area which needs monitoring and conservation measures. For that purpose, various national, regional and gl ...
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Common agricultural policy reform and its effects on sheep and goat market and rare breeds conservation \ Small ruminant research : the official journal of the International Goat Association [Artikel]
Canali, G. \ 2006
In June 2003, the EU approved a very important reform of the CAP that will strongly affect the entire European agriculture. This paper analyses the major issues related to the effects of the evolution of the Common Agricultural Policy on the sheep an ...
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Genetic characterization of livestock populations and its use in conservation decision-making \ The role of biotechnology in exploring and protecting agricultural genetic resources [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Hanotte, O. \ Jianlin, H. \ 2006
This chapter reviews the importance and putative impacts of molecular markers on decision making for livestock genetic resource conservation. Livestock diversity is decreasing rapidly, and there is an urgent need to define strategies to prioritize br ...
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An application of the use of safe minimum standards in the conservation of livestock biodiversity \ Environment and development economics [Artikel]
Drucker, A.G. \ 2006
This paper adapts the safe minimum standard (SMS) approach so as to explore its use as a potential policy decision support tool that can be applied to issues related to the conservation and sustainable use of farm animal genetic resource (AnGR) diver ...
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Setting priorities in farm animal conservation choices - expert opinion and revealed policy preferences \ European review of agricultural economics [Artikel]
Fadlaoui, A. \ Roosen, J. \ Baret, P.V. \ 2006
This study considers the choice of farm animal breeds for conservation programmes. An expert survey among breed societies and scientists (n=137) and the analysis of past decisions in EU member countries to enter breeds into conservation programmes sh ...
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EFABIS - the European Farm Animal Biodiversity Information System \ Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 13-18 August, 2006 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Rosati, A. \ 2006
In the EU project "EFABIS - a European Farm Animal Biodiversity Information System" - a unified database and WEB system has been created through the merger of the EAAP Animal Genetic Resources Database and FAO's Domestic Animal Diversity Information ...
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Management support for National and Regional Coordinators in FABISnet network \ Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 13-18 August, 2006 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Duchev, Z.I. \ Groeneveld, E. \ 2006
The Farm Animal Biodiversity Information System was created as a network of databases (FABISnet). In 2005 it contained information on about 7000 breeds from 35 species within 180 countries. A system for support of the National and Regional Coordinato ...
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Indicators to monitor livestock genetic diversity \ Proceedings of the 8th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil, 13-18 August, 2006 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Hiemstra, S.J. \ 2006
Policy makers should base there decisions on sound indicators of biodiversity. Proposed indicators sets do not work well. They focus on the number of breeds, which tends to increase with the import of exotic breeds and the creation of new breeds gene ...
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Genetic diversity within and between European pig breeds using microsatellite markers \ Animal genetics : immunogenetics, biochemical genetics, molecular genetics / publ. for the International Society for Animal Blood Group Research [Artikel]
SanCristobal, M. \ 2006
An important prerequisite for a conservation programme is a comprehensive description of genetic diversity. The aim of this study was to use anonymous genetic markers to assess the between- and the within-population components of genetic diversity fo ...
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Aggregate diversity: new approach combining within- and between-breed genetic diversity \ Livestock production science : official journal of the European Association for Animal Production (E.A.A.P.) = revue officielle de la Fédération Européenne de Zootechnie (F.E.Z.) = offizielle Zeitschrift der Europäischen Vereinigung für Tierproduktion (E.V.T.) [Artikel]
Ollivier, L. \ Foulley, J.L. \ 2005
Between-breed genetic diversity is classically considered as a major criterion to be taken into account when setting priorities for conservation of domestic animal breeds. However, it has been argued that methods based on the between-breed component ...
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Conserving domestic animal diversity among composite populations \ Small ruminant research : the official journal of the International Goat Association [Artikel]
Shrestha, J.N.B. \ 2005
The erosion of domestic animal diversity due to natural causes and creative human activity is of serious concern if current production levels are to be sustained and the changing demands of future markets are to be addressed. The application of quant ...
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Biodiversity and conservation of Indian sheep genetic resources : an overview \ Asian-Australasian journal of animal sciences [Artikel]
Bhatia, S. \ Arora, R. \ 2005
Indian subcontinent is a rich source of diverse ovine germplasm, and only very few countries have such a large number of breeds with wide genetic diversity. This vast ovine biodiversity in India is being eroded rapidly and more than 50% of sheep bree ...
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Decision making in livestock conservation \ Ecological economics : the journal of the International Society for Ecological Economics [Artikel]
Simianer, H. \ 2005
In this article, theory and practical implementations of decision making in livestock conservation are reviewed. It is argued that the objective of livestock conservation is a composite of maintaining between and within breed diversity and single bre ...
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Economic evaluation for conservation of farm animal genetic resources \ Journal of animal breeding and genetics = Zeitschrift für Tierzüchtung und Züchtungsbiologie [Artikel]
Roosen, J. \ Fadlaoui, A. \ Bertaglia, M. \ 2005
The decline in biodiversity of farm animal genetic resources (AnGR) has come to the forefront of concern in the discussion of animal conservation and breeding programmes. To improve decision-making regarding conservation and breeding programmes, a nu ...
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An assessment of European pig diversity using molecular markers: partitioning of diversity among breeds \ Conservation genetics [Artikel]
Ollivier, L. \ 2005
Genetic diversity within and between breeds (and lines) of pigs was investigated. The sample comprised 68 European domestic breeds (and lines), including 29 local breeds, 18 varieties of major international breeds, namely Duroc, Hampshire, Landrace, ...
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Sustaining animal biodiversity for present and future use \ The Indian journal of animal sciences [Artikel]
Taneja, V.K. \ 2005
The status of livestock biodiversity and the major concerns and issues relating to the present and future use of animal genetic resources to meet the food needs in the changing production environment are discussed with focus on sustaining indigenous ...
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Strategies for integrating husbandry, genetics, geographic and socioeconomic data for sustainable conservation \ The role of biotechnology for the characterization and conservation of crop, forestry, animal and fishery genetic resources. International Workshop, Turin, Italy, 5-7 March 2005 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Bruford, M.W. \ 2005
The ECONOGENE project is among the first to yield complementary data on population and evolutionary genetics, animal husbandry practices, GIS and socioeconomics over a large geographic scale. Integrating this information poses special challenges in l ...
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Poultry biodiversity in Belgium \ World Poultry Science Association, 4th European Poultry Genetics Symposium, Dubrovnik, Croatia, 6-8 October, 2005 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Lariviere, J.M. \ Leroy, P. \ 2005
Belgium is one of the countries with the richest poultry breed diversity. The present survey describes the importance of genetic resources by updating a list of chicken, turkey and waterfowl native breeds conserved at small-scale traditional farms, f ...
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Genetics and economics: prioritizing breeds for conservation \ The role of biotechnology for the characterization and conservation of crop, forestry, animal and fishery genetic resources. International Workshop, Turin, Italy, 5-7 March 2005 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Fadlaoui, A. \ Roosen, J. \ Baret, P.V. \ 2005
We consider the choice of breeds for conservation programmes. Based on an analysis of past decisions in EU member countries and the results of an expert survey among breed societies and scientists, we find inconsistencies in the valuation of breed ch ...
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Overview of econogene, an European project that integrates genetics, socio-economics and geo-statistics for the sustainable conservation of sheep and goat genetic resources \ The role of biotechnology for the characterization and conservation of crop, forestry, animal and fishery genetic resources. International Workshop, Turin, Italy, 5-7 March 2005 [Hoofdstuk uit boek]
Marsan, P.A. \ 2005
ECONOGENE combines a molecular analysis of biodiversity, socio-economics and geostatistics to address the conservation of sheep and goat genetic resources and rural development in marginal agrosystems in Europe. To assist in situ conservation and add ...
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