5 edition of Avian Genetics found in the catalog.
by Academic Press
Written in English
|Contributions||P. A. Buckley (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||488|
There has been a lot of interest in breeding small poultry flocks. This webinar presented an introduction to avian genetics and the basics . This book has pages divided into 53 chapters that cover a broad range of topics of interest to the avian veterinarian. Many of the chapters include useful information for aviculturists as well, such as husbandry practices, evaluation of droppings, therapeutics, nutritional, viral, and bacterial diseases, parasites, and aviculture management.
The existence of this group has helped Terry make his book the most up-to-date and comprehensive book ever produced on colour mutations in parrots. In , Terry presented three papers on avian genetics and colour mutations at the annual scientific meeting of the Australian College of Veterinary Scientists. * Elsevier is a leading publisher of health science books and journals, helping to advance medicine by delivering superior education, reference information and decision support tools to doctors, nurses, health practitioners and students.
Avian DNA Testing. Avian DNA-based testing has become the choice of professional aviculturalists and avian veterinary specialists for sexing and diagnosis of various infectious diseases. HealthGene is the leading DNA laboratory with an extensive experience in avian diagnostics. We invite you to explore this website and learn more about DNA. AVIAN GENETIC CALCULATOR is a powerful tool for breeders of many caged bird species, which tells the breeder what colour progeny and expected percentages of each will result from different bird colour matings as well as providing some on-screen photographs of many bird species and their colour mutations.
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Avian Genetics: A Population and Ecological Approach is a collection Avian Genetics book papers that deals with the study of birds in relation to the synthetic theory of evolution.
This book studies the ecology, demography, behavior, and geographical distribution of birds; the text also discusses quantitative, chromosomal, biochemical, and population genetics.
Animal Genetics Inc. (USA) Timberlane Rd., Tallahassee, FL USA. In The USA: Phone: Email: Use Contact Form. Avian Genetics: A Population and Ecological Approach is a collection of papers that deals with the study of birds in relation to the synthetic theory of evolution. This book studies the ecology, demography, behavior, and geographical distribution of birds; the text also discusses quantitative, chromosomal, biochemical, and population Edition: 1.
This book reveals how the exciting toolbox of genomics offers new opportunities in all areas of avian biology. It presents contributions from prominent experts at the intersection of avian biology and genomics, and offers an ideal introduction to the world of genomics for students, biologists and bird enthusiasts alike.
out of 5 stars best info on avian genetics. Reviewed in the United States on March 2, This is a great book for someone that has a big interest in breeding for color mutations.
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The genetics of the mutations in aviculture are relatively simple. A review of basic genetics will now be given.
The patterns of inheritance that are most important to the production of cage birds will of course be stressed. Simple, autosomal, recessives are the largest class of mutations of exotic birds. Get this from a library. Avian genetics: a population and ecological approach.
[F Cooke; P A Buckley;] -- Avian Genetics: A Population and Ecological Approach is a collection of papers that deals with the study of birds in relation to the synthetic theory of evolution. This book. Each chapter covers the current knowledge on the history, genome organization, viral proteins, genetics, epizootiology, pathogenesis, immunity, diagnosis, prevention and control, and future challenges of these viruses.
The book closes with a fascinating chapter that reviews the recent advances on avian immune responses to virus infection. Abstract. Chickens have been important to genetic research since its very beginning. InWilliam Bateson had begun studies involving crosses of several breeds of poultry characterized by different feather color, skin color, comb type, toe number, broody behavior, etc.
Avian Medicine and Surgery in Practice Companion and Aviary Birds Interest in avian medicine has evolved and it is now one of the fastest growing areas in veterinary medicine. In this concise practical and beautifully illustrated book, early chapters deal with anatomy and physiology, physical examination and advice on how to interpret diagnostic tests.
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Avian Molecular Evolution and Systematics presents an overview of the theory and application of molecular systematics, focusing on the phylogeny and evolutionary biology of birds.
New, developing areas in the phylogeny of birds at multiple taxonomic areas are covered, as well as methods of analysis for molecular data, evolutionary genetics. “David Swayne’s book Avian Influenza is both timely and important.
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Genetics of the Fowl has been the constant companion of chicken breeders since it was first published in Chapters include the genetics of plumage, egg production, body size, disease resistance, and much more.
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would be most useful to scientists researching the spread and genetics of avian influenza. is a useful book for laboratories needing a quick reference on several difficult laboratory techniques.Gary Oxford, BioScience, 'â Š the book fills a gap in the current avian literature, providing a valuable series of reviews of these areas of avian biochemistry and molecular biology which have developed rapidly during the last decade.' The Ibis, absolutely the first book devoted to such a specific theme a book of great value.H1N1 influenza subtype causes a relatively mild infection in humans, however it is highly transmittable between people and a new influenza pandemic has been declared.
If this virus were to acquire some of the lethal capabilities of H5N1, then the ensuing pandemic could be devastating. This book critically reviews the current research and the most important .