The journal is predominantly concerned with domesticated animals (beef cattle, dairy cows, sheep, pigs, and poultry); however, contributions on wild animals may be published if they have relevance to´futur´ food industries.
World animal science b, disciplinary approach. and principles of world-wide interest, as is the case with other volumes in the series. Chapter 1. Introduction to Pig Production (. Chapter 2. Meat Quality (P. Barton-Gade). The information presented covers systems and principles of world-wide interest, as is the case with other volumes in the series. Format Hardback 372 pages. Dimensions 21. x 29. 5 x 1. 5mm 1,325g. Publication date 05 Jul 1996. Publisher ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY. Chapter 3. Genetic Improvement (.
Pig. Sus scrofa domesticus. a b c d e f Mike R. Taverner, A. C. Dunkin, "Pig production", World Animal Science, vo. 0C: Production System Approach, . 37, Elsevier Health Sciences, 1996. a b c "Fengjing" @ Oklahoma State University: Department of Animal Science. Taverner and Dunkin 1996, following Zhang, 1986. a b "Welcome to AGTR".
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Items related to Reproduction in Domesticated Animals: World Animal. Several books on Animal reproduction are on the market. Reproduction in Domesticated Animals: World Animal Science Series (WORLD ANIMAL SCIENCE B, DISCIPLINARY APPROACH). Most consumable products of animal origin, such as eggs and milk, are obtained through exploitation of the reproductive processes of livestock, making efficiency extremely important in intensive production units. Critical evaluation of each technological innovation in this field is necessary before widespread introduction, and this requires an extensive knowledge of reproductive biology.
Pig Production Was: C10H Taverner Elsevier Science 9780444883476 : The principles and practices of pig breeding, feeding and management are presented in this volume by authorities in the diffe.