5 edition of Pig Genetic Resources in Europe: Characterisation and Conservation found in the catalog.
by Purdue University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||L. Ollivier (Editor), F. Labroue (Editor), P. Glodek (Editor), G. Gandini (Editor), J. V. Delgado (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
Conservation of extensive and rare european pig breeds by means of biotechnology Nowadays there is growing interest in extensive pig production and production of high quality food from them. Mangalica and iberian pigs are native breeds and would be propagated by means of biotechnology in the project. India's effort in conservation and management of indigenous livestock and poultry genetic resources and creation of data base. Pp. in Animal Genetic Resources: Strategies for Improved Use and Conservation, J. Hodges, ed. Rome, Italy: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Na- tions.
recorded. Our results clearly demonstrate the importance of ex situ cryo-banking of genetic material in the conservation of rare domestic animal breeds. Management of local genetic resources: the case of the Creole breeds of Guadeloupe Naves, M. 1, Quenais, F., Farant, A. 2, Arquet, R., Gourdine, J.L. 1 and Mandonnet, N., INRA, UR Preparatory action on EU plant and animal genetic resources Turopolje pig breed Overview 1. Objectives The Turopolje pig breed is a Croatian autochthonous breed that is native to Turopolje, a region of Posavina in Croatia, an independent State at the crossroads of Southeast Europe.
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This book presents an overview of the situation of pig genetic resources in 4 major pig-producing countries of the European Union, namely France, Germany, Italy and Spain. The information gathered in this book serves as a basis for rationalizing the conservation of European pig genetic resources, through a better characterization of the available breeds and an evaluation of their genetic Author: L.
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Pig Genetic Resources in Europe: Characterisation and Conservation: Eaap Publication No. (EAAP Publications) Paperback – August 1, Format: Paperback.
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Pig genetic resources in Africa originate from different regions and were introduced through several migration pathways. Genetic analysis has shown a strong phylogeographic pattern, with pigs on the eastern parts showing a high frequency of alleles from the Far East while the ones on the western parts show a strong European influence.
This highlights the influence of trade routes on the Cited by: 1. Enhanced quality and scope of European ex-situ and in-situ collections/on-farm management Enhanced methodologies for management, conservation, characterisation and evaluation of genetic resources Increased transfer of genetic material into breeding programmes, farming practices More extensive use of genetic resources in agriculture.
Livestock conservation activities include documentation of existing genetic resources such as phenotypic characteristics, performance, cultural importance and genetic uniqueness (Alvarez et al. the population of indigenous pigs and to ensure a sustainable source of swine genetic resources in the country.
Keywords: Bhutan, biodiversity, conservation, exotic breeds, farming, indigenous. Genetic characterization of the Blonde d'Aquitaine cattle breed using microsatellite markers and relationship with three other Estimating the frequency of Asian cytochrome B haplotypes in standard European and local Spanish pig breeds.
Conservation of cattle genetic resources: the role of breeds. FELIUS (a1), B. THEUNISSEN (a2) and J. In Pig genetic resources in Europe: characterisation and conservation (ed. L Ollivier, F Labroue, P Glodek, G Gandini and JV Delgado), pp 77 – Wageningen Press, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
Basset-Mens, C and Van der Werf, HMG The term animal genetic resources (AnGR) is used to include all animal species, breeds and strains that are of economic, scientific and cultural interest to humankind in terms of food and agricultural production for the present or the future.
Another equivalent term increasingly used is farm animal genetic resources. Saving Genetic Resources of Native Pigs in Occidental and Oriental Countries — Practical Examples of the Characterization and Utilization of Native Pigs in Hungary and Laos Jozsef RÁTKY, 1 Istvan EGERSZEGI, 1 Peter TOTH, 2 Soukanh KEONUCHAN, 3 Takashi NAGAI, 4 Kazuhiro KIKUCHI, 5 Noboru MANABE, 6 and Klaus-Peter BRÜSSOW 7.
the breed book. Molecular and statistical tools great interest in genetic conservation and the use of autochthonous breeds. The Iberian Pig is one example of economic success of traditional breeding.
It originated from pigs with In Pig genetic resources in Europe. Characterisation and conservation. In: Ollivier L, Labroue F, Glodek P, Gandini G, Delgado JV (eds) Pig genetic resources in Europe. Characterisation and conservation EAAP publication n°, Wageningen Pers, Wageningen, The Netherlands, pp.
87–97 Google Scholar. The genetic characterization of these resources is a preliminary step for the development T. Intech book European Local Pig V.
Lithuanian pig genetic resources and their conservation. The European Regional Focal Point for Animal Genetic Resources (ERFP) is the regional platform to support the in situ and ex situ conservation and sustainable use of animal genetic resources (AnGR) and to facilitate the implementation of FAO's Global Plan of Action for AnGR.
Sustainable management of the world's livestock genetic diversity is of vital importance to agriculture, food production, rural development and the environment. "The State of the World's Animal Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture" is the first global assessment of these resources.
Drawing on Country Reports, contributions from a number of international organizations and 12 specially. Pig genetic resources in Europe Characterisation and conservation - EAAP Scientific Series volume ©, pages, €51 (excluding VAT) edited by: L.
Ollivier, F. Labroue, P. Glodek, G. Gandini, J.V. Delgado ISBN paperback. 24 NovemberRome - A growing number of countries are taking steps to catalogue, conserve and better manage the genetic diversity of livestock in order to help safeguard the resilience of the world's food production systems, says an informal FAO survey released today.
FAO cautioned, however, that much more needs to be done to better manage animal genetic resources. To investigate the genetic diversity, population structure, extent of linkage disequilibrium (LD), effective population size (Ne), and selection signatures in indigenous pigs from Guangdong and Guangxi in China, pigs belonging to ten diverse populations were genotyped using single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) chips.
The genetic divergence between Chinese and Western pigs was determined. TREASURE focuses on the characterization and evaluation of underutilized pig breeds, using DYNAVERSITY will increase capacities for in-situ conservation of plant genetic resources by Farmers’ pride aims at establishing a durable structure for in situ conservation of plant genetic resources in Europe.
It will enhance existing knowledge. Pig Analysis DNA Analysis: – Significant genetic diversity found in all populations – Fiji, Samoa and Tonga pigs have higher genetic diversity - a significant high level of inbreeding. – There is significant genetic differentiations between the populations.
– Probable sources of origins ; Asia (2/3) and Europe (1/3) The EFRP’s Coralie Danchin spoke to SE about how the landscape of animal genetic resources (AnGR) is changing in Europe today. The European Regional Focal Point for Animal Genetic Resources (ERFP) is the regional platform to support the in situ and ex situ conservation and sustainable use of animal genetic resources (AnGR) and to facilitate the implementation of FAO’s Global Plan of.