Biotechnology and the conservation of genetic diversity : the proceedings of a symposium held at the Zoological Society of London on 4th and 5th September 1990 / edited by H.D.M. Moore, W.V. Holt and G.M. Mace.

Oxford : Published for the Zoological Society of London by Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1992.
xiv, 240 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm


Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
  • Current status of captive breeding programmes / Leobert E.M. De Boer
  • Advances in artificial insemination and semen freezing in mammals / W.V. Holt
  • Artificial insemination of scimitar-horned oryx at Orana Park with frozen semen from Metro Toronto Zoo / Paul Garland [and others]
  • Species and genetic effects on the utility of biotechnology for conservation / David E. Wildt [and others]
  • Cryopreservation of gametes and embryos of aquatic organisms / Brian W.W. Grout, G. John Morris and Mark R. McLellan
  • Detection of oestrous cycles and timing of ovulation / J.K. Hodges
  • In vitro fertilization and the development of gene banks for wild mammals / H.D.M. Moore
  • MHC polymorphisms and the conservation of endangered species / Arnd Schreiber and Herbert Tichy
  • Conserving genetic diversity with the help of biotechnology : desert antelopes as an example / Georgina M. Mace, Josephine M. Pemberton and Helen F. Stanley
  • Captive breeding : can genetic fingerprinting help? / D. Ashworth and D.T. Parkin
  • Analysis of polygamous systems using DNA fingerprinting / Bill Amos
  • Some applications of PCR to studies in wildlife genetics / Karen J. Garner and Oliver A. Ryder
  • Genetic management strategies for endangered captive populations : the role of genetic and reproductive technology / Jonathan D. Ballou and Kathleen A. Cooper
  • Integrating technologies into animal breeding programmes / R. Frankham
  • Ten years ago, ten years from now : summary remarks for the symposium / Michael E. Soulé.
  • 0198540302
  • 9780198540304
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