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The evaluation of a breeding value is one of the most important elements of a work of a breeder. The aim of this study is to evaluate the usefulness of data mining methods applied for the prediction of the breeding value of the planned yet unborn offspring.
- 2003 Nordic postgraduate courses in Animal Breeding: Quantitative Genetics in Animal Breeding
- AGB 121: Principles of Animal Genetics and Population Genetics (2+1)
- Genetic Models for Animal Breeding
- National Institute of Food and Agriculture
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2003 Nordic postgraduate courses in Animal Breeding: Quantitative Genetics in Animal Breeding
Course Coordinator: Professor Wayne Pitchford. The full timetable of all activities for this course can be accessed from Course Planner. This course will provide students with an opportunity to develop the Graduate Attribute s specified below:. There is no required textbook for this course. A range of excellent textbooks relevant to Animal Breeding and Genetics can be found in the University Library.
AGB 121: Principles of Animal Genetics and Population Genetics (2+1)
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Federal government websites always use a. Animal breeding , genetics, and genomics is the branch of science concerned with maximizing desirable genetic traits, such as producing animals that have leaner meat. Animal geneticists have identified elements within genes that can enhance animal growth, health, and ability to utilize nutrients. These genetic advances can increase production while reducing environmental impacts. Animals and livestock contribute 40 percent of the global value of agricultural output and contribute to the livelihoods and food security of almost a billion people worldwide.
Genetic Models for Animal Breeding
Academic Biology Classroom Lectures. Also know asexual reproduction: Budding-a new organism develops from an outgrowth or bud on another one. Alfred Wallace Forward genetic analysis begins with individuals of two different phenotypes. Welcome to BiologyDiscussion!
National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Animal breeding involves the selective breeding of domestic or livestock animals with the intention to improve desirable and heritable qualities in the next generation. This course introduces the steps required to design a program for breeding animals and teaches the genetic and statistical concepts that are needed to build a solid breeding program. Follow this course and learn what the key factors are for improving and increasing productivity and learn what it takes to create and maintain a healthy strong population. You will learn how an animal breeder balances the need for improving the desirable qualities of the animals with the need for genetic diversity and long-term sustainability of the breeding program. You will learn about the scientific concepts in genetics that are applied in animal breeding, as well as how to apply the genetic models and computational methods that are used in animal breeding.
The course took place from 3 to 7 April, The main purpose was to transfer technologies that can be used to currently to identify the most valuable breeds and animals within breeds by using conventional techniques and to educate the participants on how gene technologies can complement and augment the effectiveness of these approaches. The aim is to use these methodologies for developing and using strategies to effectively breed indigenous livestock and increase their productivity. Sixteen participants from 12 countries participated in the workshop, and 3 local observers also attended parts of the course. The training was a blend of theory and practical work. The emphasis in the theory classes was on conceptual background, principles of the methodologies, interpretation of the data, and use of the information generated for genetic evaluation of livestock, developing breeding programs, and using molecular markers for identifying genes associated with economically important traits. Practical classes, provided training on the use of software for analysis of phenotypic and molecular genetic data.
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