2 edition of Reproduction in domestic ruminants IV found in the catalog.
Reproduction in domestic ruminants IV
International Symposium on Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants (5th 1998 Colorado Springs, Colo.)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Other titles||Reproduction in domestic ruminants 4., Reproduction in domestic ruminants four.|
|Statement||edited by W.W. Thatcher ... [et al.].|
|Series||Journal of reproduction and fertility -- no. 54.|
|Contributions||Thatcher, W. W.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 530 p. :|
|Number of Pages||530|
The authors have attempted to bring together the pertinent literature of the past three decades on reproduction in cattle, in a form suitable for owners of livestock, inseminators, veterinary surgeons, and also for specialists in this field. Most chapters begin with a detailed summary covering three or four pages, a practice helpful both to assimilation and selection, but the reader has to Cited by: Livestock Nutrition, Husbandry, and National Range and Pasture Handbook Behavior Chapter 6 6–ii (vi, NRPH, September ) Tables Table 6–1 Gross energy values of feeds 6–2 Table 6–2 Energy adjustments for cattle 6–3 Table 6–3 Description of body condition scores 6–5 Table 6–4 Typical thermoneutral zones 6–6 Table 6–5 Animal-unit equivalents guide 6–9.
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Detection of early pregnancy in domestic ruminants. Sasser RG, Ruder CA. Tests for the detection of pregnancy early after insemination have not yet reached their full potential. Currently, the milk progesterone assay provides the earliest possible test, at an interval of one oestrous cycle after insemination, i.e. 17, 21 and 21 days in sheep Cited by: Assisted Reproductive Techniques in Farm Animal - From Artificial Insemination to Nanobiotechnology male infertility due to various abnormalities of biopsied embryos also reflects the minimal damage of ejaculated spermatozoa, epididymal spermatozoa or the embryos during the process. In respect to the recent testicular spermatozoa.
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Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants VIII JL Juengel, A Miyamoto, C Price, LP Reynolds, MF Smith, R Webb. Details the 9th International Ruminant Reproduction Symposium in Includes reports on genomes, metabolomics, phylogenetics, ovarium function and more.
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Powers, D.L. Baker, T.M. Nett Kisspeptin neuronal networks in pubertal development of domestic female ruminants. Title: Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants IV; Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, Supplement 54 Author: Journal of Reproduction and Fertility Publisher: Portland Press Publication Date: ISBN: X Type: Hardcover Condition: Very Good Jacket condition: None as issued Notes: Clean, solid copy with unmarked text.
Cover has mild wear to surface and corner tips. Female Reproductive Cycle • Definitions: – Estrous: adjective, “The length of the estrous cycle is _____ days.” – Estrus: noun, “The ewe is displaying estrus.” – Hormones: regulate reproductive organs of the ram and ewe, secreted from different places – Follicle: site on the ovary where the oocyte is housed – Corpus luteum (CL): forms after the follicle ruptures.
The research is focused on solving constraints in the reproductive performance of domestic ruminants through discovery, translation, and dissemination of new knowledge under two sub-objectives to the larger W project: 1) mechanisms associated with recognition of.
Poor reproductive efficiency in domestic ruminants is a growing problem that is limiting profitability and sustainability of animal production systems. Furthermore, managing populations of wild or feral species is becoming increasingly difficult and broader array of management tools are needed to deal overpopulation in these species.
This project will characterize patterns of gene expression. Sub-optimal reproductive efficiency of domestic ruminants and feed costs associated with producing those animals are major obstacles to maintaining the profitability and sustainability of livestock production enterprises.
Up to 70 percent of costs associated with producing viable offspring can be attributed to feed required to maintain their dams during gestation.
Genetics of reproduction in ruminants. Reproduction is of prime importance for the profita-bility of a herd, it is a prerequisite of every animal pro-duction.
The breeding ability during the. Bovine Reproduction is a comprehensive, current reference providing information on all aspects of reproduction in the bull and cow. Offering fundamental knowledge on evaluating and restoring fertility in the bovine patient, the book also places information in the context of herd health where appropriate for a truly global view of bovine theriogenology.
III. Hormones of Female Reproduction A. Estrogen – Steroid 1. Produced by granulosa cells of the follicles on the ovaries 2. Major roles: a. stimulate endometrial gland growth b. stimulate duct growth in mammary gland c. increase secretory activity of the uterine tubes d. initiation of sexual receptivity e.
regulation of PGF Size: 1MB. In book: Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants VIII, Publisher: Context, UK, Editors: Juengel JI, Miyamoto A, Price C, Smith MF, Webb R, pp Cite this publication Jeremy T Smith.
In large ruminants, Double Drip is generally used to soften up the patient, but Triple Drip could also be used for this purpose. When early signs of sedation and muscle relaxation become evident, a combination of ketamine ( mg/kg IV) and diazepam ( mg/kg IV) is administered.
Reproduction in domestic ruminants IV: proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants, Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA, by Thatcher, W.
W Call Number: Journal of reproduction and fertility. Semen Collection & Evaluation Determining the number of units from a collection: • 2 mL ejaculate collected from a ram 70% Progressive Motility X Cells/mL 1.
Adjust for motility X 10 Cells/mL X = X Motile Cells/mL 2. Indeed more than half of the 36 review papers in the recent book volume entitled Reproduction in Domestic Ruminants V (), either have nutrition as their main theme or contain a section on the effects of nutrition on some aspect of by: 1.
Dukes Physiology of Domestic Animals - Edited by Melvin J Swenson. Text book of Medical Physiology - Arthur C. Guyton. Veterinary Endocrinology & Reproduction - by Mc. Donald. Reproduction in Farm Animals - by E.S.E.
Hafez. Adaptation in Domestic animals. The population of domestic ruminants is greater than billion, with cattle, sheep, and goats accounting for about 95% of the total population. Goats were domesticated in the Near East circa BC. Most other species were domesticated by BC., either in.
Protozoal causes of reproductive failure in domestic ruminants. Anderson ML(1), Barr BC, Conrad PA. Author information: (1)California Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, Davis. Protozoan parasites are a significant cause of abortion and infertility in domestic ruminants. Toxoplasma gondii, a widespread cause of abortion in sheep and goats, and Cited by: In cattle, AI is used primarily for genetic improvement of livestock and to facilitate high health replacement strategies.
The worldwide adoption of AI for genetic improvement in dairy cattle was made possible by development of a progeny test system and subsequent use of milk production records as an objective measure of performance on which to select superior bulls, techniques for freezing.
Domesticated ruminants are not just an important food source, they hold great social, cultural and economic significance globally. Some, however, view them as a significant emitter of greenhouse gas.
This FDI Strategic Analysis Paper discusses the pros and cons of ruminants in relation to atmospheric greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.