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Reproductive Technologies in Animals provides the most updated and comprehensive knowledge on the various aspects and applications of reproductive technologies in production animals as well as companion, wild, exotic, and laboratory animals and birds. The text synthesizes historical information and recent discoveries, while dealing with economical and geographical issues related to the implementation of the same technologies. It also presents the effects of reproductive technology implementation on animal welfare and the possible threat of pathogen transmission.
Reproductive Technologies in Animals is an important resource for academics, researchers, professionals in public and private animal business, and students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as it gives a full and detailed first-hand analysis of all species subjected to the use of reproductive technologies.
- Provides research from a team of scientists and researchers whose expertise spans all aspects of animal reproductive technologies
- Addresses the use of reproductive technologies in a wide range of animal species
- Offers a complete description and historical background for each species described
- Discusses successes and failure as well as future challenges in reproductive technologies
Researchers and postgraduate students in animal production, animal science, and veterinary medicine
1. Reproductive Technologies in Cattle
James Richard Pursley and Jose Cibelli
2. Reproductive Technologies in the Equine
3. Reproductive Technologies in Sheep
Salvatore Naitana and Sergio Ledda
4. Reproductive Technologies in Goats
Maria Teresa Paramio, Dolors Izquierdo and Sandra Soto-Heras
5. Reproductive Technologies in Swine
Joaquin Gadea, Pilar Coy, Carmen Matas, Raquel Romar and Sebastian Canovas
6. Reproductive Technologies in the Buffalo
Bianca Gasparrini, Giorgio A. Presicce, Gianluca Neglia, Riccardo Negrin and Luigi Zicarelli
7. Reproductive Technologies for the Conservation of Wildlife and Endangered Species
8. Reproductive Technologies in Camelids
Julian A. Skidmore, Clara Malo, Elizabeth Crichton, Nisar Wani, Muren Herrid and Jane Vaughan
9. Reproductive Technologies in Companion Animals
Gaia Cecilia Luvoni, Maria Giorgia Morselli and Martina Colombo
10. Reproductive Technologies in Laboratory Animals
Takehito Kaneko and Wiebke Garrels
11. Standard and innovative reproductive biotechnologies for the development of finfish farming
Jennie Risopatrón Gonzales, Osvaldo Merino Painen, Jorge Farías Avendaño, Iván Valdebenito Isler, Leydy Yasmin Sandoval Vargas and Elías E. Figueroa Figueroa Villalobos
12. Reproductive Technologies in nonhuman primates
Shihua Yang and Zulqarnain Baloch
13. Reproductive Technologies in Avian Species
Judit Barna, Krisztina Liptoi, Eszter Patakiné Várkonyi and Barbara Vegi
14. Reproductive Technologies in the Honey Bee
Ajda Moskric, Giovanni Formato, Maja Ivana Smodis Skerl and Janez Presern
15. Spermatogonial Stem Cells: from Mouse to Dairy Goat
Jinlain Hua, John Clotaire Daguia Zambe and Yudong Wei
16. Reproductive technologies and pathogen transmission
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- © Academic Press 2020
- 1st June 2020
- Academic Press
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Dr. Giorgio A. Presicce, DVM, serves as a manager and expert on animal production and reproductive technologies in farm animals for ARSIAL, a governmental regional agency in Rome, Italy, on the forefront of innovation in agriculture. He served the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in The Gambia at the International Trypanotolerant Centre. Dr. Presicce received his PhD from the University of Naples, Italy, in veterinary obstetrics and gynecology, followed by a post-doctoral position conducted at the Department of Animal Science at Cornell University, New York, United States, in farm animal reproductive physiology and embryo biotechnologies. He was a visiting assistant professor at the same department, and later a researcher scientist at PPL Therapeutics Inc., in Blacksburg, Virginia, United States, on the implementation of reproductive technologies in cattle. He received the China Friendship Award for scientific contributions in 2006.
Scientific Research Leader, ARSIAL, Roma, Italy
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