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Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management - 
      Mina C G Davies Morel

Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management

Equine Reproductive Physiology Breeding and Stud Management, 5th Edition provides a thorough grounding in equine reproductive anatomy and physiology and applies it to all aspects of breeding and stud management. Les mer
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Equine Reproductive Physiology Breeding and Stud Management, 5th Edition provides a thorough grounding in equine reproductive anatomy and physiology and applies it to all aspects of breeding and stud management. This includes detailed coverage of the management of mares, stallions and foals, as well as stud management practicalities such as infertility, artificial insemination and advanced reproductive techniques. This new edition has been updated throughout and provides: - Up-to-date consideration of reproductive anatomy and physiology underpinned by new scientific research, and its application to practical stud management; - New references and material throughout to reflect recent advances in knowledge, including areas such as in vitro embryo production, cloning, transgenics and DNA technology; - Added pedagogic features, such as video links, glossary, study questions, and a new layout. This textbook, which has been updated throughout with additional material and references, continues to provide an authoritative treatise on equine reproduction for students, practising veterinary surgeons and stud managers.
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Forlag: CABI Publishing
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Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 536
ISBN: 9781789242232
Utgave: 5. utg.
Format: 25 x 19 cm
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Section A: Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology of the Mare Chapter 1: Mare Reproductive Anatomy Chapter 2: Control of Reproduction in the Mare Chapter 3: Pregnancy Chapter 4: Parturition Chapter 5: Lactation Section B: Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology of the Stallion Chapter 6: Stallion Reproductive Anatomy Chapter 7: Control of Reproduction in the Stallion Section C: Management of the Broodmare Chapter 8: Selection of the Mare for Breeding Chapter 9: Preparation of the Mare for Breeding Chapter 10: Management of the Mare at Mating Chapter 11: Management of the Pregnant Mare Chapter 12: Management of the Mare at Parturition Chapter 13: Management of the Mare during Lactation and at Weaning Chapter 14: Infertility in the Mare Section D: Management of the Stallion Chapter 15: Selection of the Stallion for breeding Chapter 16: Preparation of the Stallion for Breeding and Mating Management Chapter 17: General Stallion Management Chapter 18: Infertility in the Stallion Section E: Management of the Foal Chapter 19: Management of the Young Foal Chapter 20: Management of Weaning and Youngstock Section F: Assisted Reproductive technologies Chapter 21: Artificial Insemination Chapter 22: Embryo Transfer Chapter 23: Advanced reproductive Techniques
Mina studied for her degree in Animal Science in Nottingham University. After going on to study for her PhD at Aberystwyth University she was awarded the Animal Health Trust Wooldridge farm livestock personal post-doctoral scholarship to continue her research at the University. As a member of staff of the Welsh Agricultural College she set up the Equine Department and courses. Since joining the University Mina has headed up the equine courses, and over time has developed and managed as well as taught on a wide range of equine science and studies courses, ranging from Foundation degree to MSc. Mina is a Reader in Animal Reproduction and has particular responsibility for postgraduate students and for many years has been Course Director of the MSc Equine Science and MSc Animal Science courses in addition to supervising research students. Mina attained a University teaching excellence award in 2010 and a Higher Education Academy Senior Fellowship Award in 2014. Mina has taught on and held external examiner/adviser positions in numerous Universities in UK and abroad. Mina has published widely in the scientific and popular press in addition to being the author of 3 text books. Mina has been a horse owner and rider since childhood.