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Survey reveals changes in equine tumours

The records of equine histology submissions to the Department of Veterinary Pathology, at the University of Bristol (1982-2010) were analysed to...

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January 2015
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What Have DNA Sequencing Technologies Ever Done for the Animal Sciences?

19 - 20 October 2015 - Easter Bush, Edinburgh

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Easter Bush, Edinburgh
Country
UK
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British Society of Animal Science PO Box 3, Penicuik, Midlothian, EH26 0RZ, UK.
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Animal feed formulation: mathematical programming techniques.

Animal feed models have been derived by mathematical programming techniques and are used for the purpose of optimizing weight gain and animal yield. This paper reviews the mathematical models for the animal feed formulation on the basis of programming techniques. It describes various programming...

Date
December 2014
Subjects
animal feeding; animal production; constraints; domestic animals; feed formulation; livestock; liveweight; liveweight gain; mathematical models; mathematics; performance; techniques; yield increases; yields
Authors
Pratiksha Saxena; Neha Khanna
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Small ruminant rearing. Breed conservation and genetic improvement.

This publication discusses small ruminant breed conservation and improvement in India (particularly in Bihar, Karnataka, Kerala, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu), their impact on small-holder livestock rearers, lessons learnt and issues requiring policy intervention for facilitating...

Authors
Nimbkar, C.; Ghalsasi, P.
Publisher
South Asia Pro Poor Livestock Policy Programme
Publication
Small ruminant rearing. Breed conservation and genetic improvement, 2012, pp 69 pp.
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Study of the breeding biology of Indian Myna, the most predominate bird species for the management of Helicoverpa armigerae Hubnr.

The experiment was conducted to study the breeding performance of Indian Myna (Acridotheres tristis L.) which is the most predominant bird species in the management of Helicoverpa armigerae Hubnr. The experiment was carried out at Mechanized Agriculture Farm, Ummedganj, Kota during the two...

Authors
Khinchi, G. G.; Yadav, M. K.
Publisher
Hind Agri-Horticultural Society
Publication
International Journal of Plant Protection, 2014, 7, 1, pp 182-188

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