Factors affecting calf crop : biotechnology of reproduction / edited by Michael J. Fields, Robert S. Sand, Joel V. Yelich.

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Book
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English
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Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, 2002.
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1 online resource (321 p.)

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In today's world, we are witnessing simultaneous breakthroughs in reproductive technologies, genomics, and molecular biology. Advances in molecular genetic technology and understanding of the bovine genome have led to the development of tools that can be used to enhance profitability on cow-calf enterprises. Factors Affecting Calf Crop: Biotechnology of Reproduction provides a detailed compilation of current and forthcoming technology for managing reproduction in cattle. The book discusses topics such as: approved techniques for controlling the estrous cycle in cattle; managing follicu
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English
Contents
  • Front Cover; Preface; About the Editors; Table of Contents; 1. Developments in Reproductive Biotechnology that Will Improve the Weaned Calf Crop; 2. Bovine Estrus: Tools for Detection and Understanding; 3. Use of Prostaglandin F2α(PGF2α) in Cattle Breeding; 4. Estrous Synchronization of Cyclic and Anestrous Cows with Syncro-Mate-B®; 5. Use of GnRH to Synchronize Estrus and/or Ovulation in Beef Cows with or without Timed Insemination; 6. Current and Emerging Methods to Synchronize Estrus with Melengestrol Acetate (MGA); 7. A Vaginal Insert (CIDR) to Synchronize Estrus and Timed AI
  • 8. Management of Follicular Growth with Progesterone and Estradiol within Progestin-Based Estrous SynchronySystems9. The Freezing, Thawing, and Transfer of Cattle Embryos; 10. Application of Embryo Transfer to the Beef Cattle Industry; 11. Embryo Transfer in Tropically Adapted Cattle in the Semitropics; 12. In Vitro Fertilization to Improve Cattle Production; 13. National Bovine Genomics Projects: Present Status, Future Directions, and Why They Are Important; 14. Genetic Technologies in Cow-Calf Operations; 15. Somatic Cell Cloning in the Beef Industry
  • 16. Alternative Methods to Micromanipulation for Producing Transgenic Cattle17. Cloning and the Beef Cattle Industry; 18. Reproductive Real-Time Ultrasound Technology: An Application for Improving Calf Crop in Cattle Operations; 19. Factors that Affect Embryonic Survival in the Cow: Application of Technology to Improve Calf Crop; 20. Sexing Sperm for Beef and Dairy Cattle Breeding; 21. New Developments in Managing the Bull; Index
ISBN
  • 0-429-12157-1
  • 1-280-48343-1
  • 9786610483433
  • 1-4200-4083-9
OCLC
  • 475981125
  • 71228248
Doi
  • 10.1201/9781420040838
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