2 edition of Reproduction in domestic animals found in the catalog.
Reproduction in domestic animals
H. H. Cole
|Statement||edited by H. H. Cole and P. T. Cupps.|
|Contributions||Cupps, P. T., joint ed.|
|LC Classifications||QP251 .C67 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 657 p.|
|Number of Pages||657|
|LC Control Number||68026645|
If she is bred on the day the oocytes can be fertilized, her gestation length will appear to be 60 days long. One important type of parental care is the use of the mammary glands in the female breasts to nurse the baby. As might be expected of such a large and diverse group as the invertebrates, many variations have evolved to ensure survival of species. In cows, mammary epithelial cells express visfatin [ 26 ]. An edited book Linte, C. This article describes the reproductive systems in metazoans multicelled animals from sponges to mammals, exclusive of humans.
A rule of thumb is that a mammal will produce half as many offspring as the number of teats on the mother. The majority of imprinted genes are found Reproduction in domestic animals book clusters, the so-called imprinted domains, suggesting a high degree of coordinated regulation. However, their expression and receptors are present in different tissues like the brain, stomach, kidneys, pancreas, liver or blood vessels. The text provides a physiological foundation for clinical training and encourages further research by including an extensive listing of references at the end of each chapter. Genetics during fertilization During their active and passive migration in the femal genital tract, the sperms obtain their fertilization capacity by capacitation and hyper activation two processes which seem to proceed largely independent. The last structure distinguished in the follicle is the oocyte, surrounded by the zona pellucida and corona radiata of granular cells [ 28 ].
Nature,— For example, the follicular phase includes proestrus and estrus, while the luteal phase includes metestrus and diestrus [ 28 ]. About this title The long awaited update to this classic text, McDonald's Veterinary Endocrinology and Reproduction provides students of veterinary medicine and animal science a concise and practical textbook specifically for endocrinology and reproduction in domestic animals. In a case like this it's safe to use the article identifier instead of the page range. High rates of embryonic loss, abortions due to placental aberrations, and high postnatal mortality were observed in cloned animals.
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Main article: Male reproductive system The male reproductive system is a series of organs located outside of the body and around the pelvic region of a male that contribute towards the reproduction process.
After entrance of the sperm the oocyte finishes the second meiotic division. The minimalist Y. Reproduction in the Dog and Cat.
Proestrus is characterized by a significant rise in estradiol E2 produced by developing follicles. A SRY gene or homolog is absent in birds and monotremes [ 22 — 24 ]. The XO syndrome named Turner syndrome is sometimes observed in mares which are not fertile. Additional X chromosomes will be inactivated to a large extend only a few genes escape from this inactivation according to the Lyon hypothesis.
For example, the follicular phase includes proestrus and estrus, while the luteal phase includes metestrus and diestrus [ 28 ]. One ovum is released and it passes through the fallopian tube into the uterus. This includes both fundamental research and applied studies, including management practices that increase our understanding of the biology and manipulation of reproduction.
After entrance of the first Reproduction in domestic animals book, depolarization of the cell membrane, degranulation of the corticalis granula, shrinkage of the ooplasm, and zona hardening takes place in order to avoid multiple fertilizations. The breasts are involved during the parenting stage of reproduction, but in most classifications they Reproduction in domestic animals book not considered to be part of the female reproductive system.
In a case like Reproduction in domestic animals book it's safe to use the article identifier instead of the page range. For example, in cattle, genetic selection for high milk production is associated to high negative energy balance in the post-partum period and reduced fertility [ 1 ].
Estrus follows, in which estrogen levels are high, mature eggs are released from both ovaries, and females become receptive both physically and mentally to copulation.
Proestrus, in which eggs in the ovaries begin to mature and estrogen levels begin to rise, is the first stage of the reproductive cycle. There are many advantages and disadvantages in sexual reproduction ; these will be discussed farther in this essay.
It shows those sexual hosts are continually accommodating in order to remain in front of their parasites. About the Author: Mauricio H. A journal article with 1 author Capel, B. However, their expression and receptors are present in different tissues like the brain, stomach, kidneys, pancreas, liver or blood vessels.
Other causes may include elective euthanasia because of congenital defects or failure to meet breed standards.Reproduction in Domestic Animals (English Edition) eBook: H.
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Tienda Kindle. The available literature in animal reproduction has been written by foreign authors, mostly covering the subject very extensively, making it difficult for the beginners. In addition no single available book can cover the whole syllabus, especially of Reproductive Physiology in DVM degree program.
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the seventh edition of this classic text is geared for the undergraduate student in Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine.Reproductive Genomics in Domestic Pdf is a thorough examination of genomics in the livestock industry, encompassing genome sciences, genome biotechnology, and reproduction.
Recent developments in molecular genetics and genomics have enabled scientists to identify and characterize genes contributing to the complexity of reproduction in domestic animals, allowing scientists to .Jan 20, · Reproduction in Domestic Animals.
A unique feature of this book is the focus on large, domestic animals. Previous editions were considered the “”Bible”” of reproductive physiology.
It covers basic, large animal reproductive physiology, provides species-specific information and is suitable as a textbook for upper-division courses.Apr 17, · Ebook the seventh editing is filled with features ebook help you grasp the concepts of reproduction in farm animals so you'll perform better on exams and in practice: * condensed and simplified tables, so they're easier to consult * an easy-to-scan glossary at the end of the book/5(3).