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Record number 440925
Title In vivo conservation of animal genetic resources
Author(s) Boettcher, P.; Martin, J.F.; Gandini, G.; Joshi, B.K.; Oldenbroek, J.K.
Source Rome : FAO (FAO animal production and health guidelines 14) - ISBN 9789251077252 - 242
Department(s) Centrum voor Genetische Bronnen Nederland
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2013
Keyword(s) genetische bronnen van diersoorten - conservering - dierlijke productie - zeldzame rassen - richtlijnen (guidelines) - handboeken - animal genetic resources - conservation - animal production - rare breeds - guidelines - handbooks
Categories Animal Gene Banks and Genetic Resources
Abstract These guidelines present the basic concepts involved in the development and implementation of in vivo conservation plans for animal genetic resources for food and agriculture. The guidelines are intended for use by policy-makers in the management of animal genetic resources, managers of animal breeding organizations, persons responsible for training in management of animal genetic resources and any other stakeholders with leading roles in designing and implementing in vivo conservation programmes for animal genetic resources. Although individual breeders and livestock keepers are not the direct target audience, the guidelines include background information that is relevant for all stakeholders involved in planning conservation programmes.
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