|Statement||Rigoberto Calle Escobar ; [translator, Jaime Johnson].|
|LC Classifications||SF401.A4 C3413 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||358 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||358|
|LC Control Number||86192376|
This book, 'Fibre production in South American camelids and other fibre animals', covers the latest advances in the main fields of animals producing fibre. It deals with a wide scope of fibre animals and a great variety of subjects and is supported by the Animal Fibre Working Group belonging to the European Association. This book, 'Fibre production in South American camelids and other fibre animals', covers the latest advances in the main fields of animals producing fibre. It deals with a wide scope of fibre animals and a great variety of subjects and is supported by the Animal Fibre Working Group belonging to the European Association of Animal : Wageningen Academic Publishers. South American camelids (Llamas, Alpacas, Vicuñas and Guanacos) are receiving increased interest not only in South America but also on a worldwide scale. They possess some unique features such as their fine fibre and healthy meat, and their high adaptivity to many climatic regions across the world. ‘Advances in Fibre Production Science in South American Camelids and other Fibre Animals’ addresses issues of importance to scientists and animal breeders, textile processors and manufacturers, specialised governmental policy makers and students studying veterinary, animal Author: Martina Gerken, Carlo Renieri, Daniel Allain, Hugh Galbraith, Juan Pablo Gutiérrez, Lisa McKenna, Ro.
Yagil, R. Camels and Camel Milk; FAO Animal Production and Health Paper, FAO of the United Nations: Rome, Italy, ; Vol. Camelid comeback: Author: Han Jianlin. • The book covers the discipline of animal breeding from its history, quantitative genetic principles, selection, mating systems and the breeding methods used for improvement of dairy cattle and. Book of Extended Synopses. FAO/IAEA International Symposium on "Sustainable Improvement of Animal Production and Health" from 8 to 11 June in Vienna, Austria. • Disease Patterns According to Climate Changes. • Applications of Gene-Based Technologies for Improving Animal Production and Health in Developing Countries. Textbook Animal Breeding and Genetics € Preface: prof. Johan van Arendonk, chairholder Animal Breeding and Genetics € This textbook contains teaching material on animal breeding and genetics for BSc students. The text book started as an initiative of the Dutch Universities for Applied (Agricultural) Sciences. The textbook is made available.
Animal Breeding and Production of American Camelids. by. Rigoberto Calle Escobar. oooooooooooo. Lima, Peru: published by Ron Hennig ~ Patience, Paperback. 8 x 6 in. pages. Generously illustrated with colour and black & white photographs, diagrams, graphs, and tables. Condition: good. This is a nice clean, sound Rating: % positive. The particular advantages of South American camelids for the sustainable use of fragile ecosystems with native pastures are also outlined. ‘South American camelids research’ is aimed at scientists and animal breeders as well as students studying veterinary, animal and applied biological sciences. 1. Introduction. Over the past 10–15 years, there has been an increase in the commercial rearing of South American camelids in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the USA for the companion animal industry, as well as for the production of high quality by: ANIMAL BREEDING: The science of ANIMAL breeding is defined as the application of the principles of GENETICS and biometry to improve the efficiency of production in farm animals. These principles were applied to change animal populations thousands of years before the sciences of genetics and biometry were formally established. The practice of.