Volume 5 2002

Biotechnology in Animal Husbandry

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ISBN: 978-0-7923-6851-9 (Print) 978-0-306-46887-2 (Online)

Table of contents (19 chapters)

  1. Book Chapter

    Pages 15-32

    Implication of a Structural Motif in the Instability of a Toxic Protein: The Prion

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 33-45

    Impact of Biotechnology on Animal Breeding and Genetic Progress

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 47-64

    Marker Genes in Farm Animals

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 65-97

    Recombinant Growth Hormone: Potential Interest and Risks of its Use in Bovine Milk Production

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 99-110

    Is-It Possible to Detect Bovine Treated with BST?

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 111-131

    Biology and Actions of Somatotropin in the Pig

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 133-141

    Modulation of the Groth Hormone (GH) Axis by the Use of Antibodies to Hormones, Receptors and Binding Proteins

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 143-157

    Gene Therapeutic Enhancement of Animal Health and Performances

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 159-167

    Anti-Adipocyte Monoclonal Antibodies: A New Technology for Regulating Adipose Conversion

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 169-178

    Immunocastration of Farm Animals

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 179-208

    Placental Proteins in Ruminants

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 209-223

    Induction of Superovulation in Domestic Ruminants

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 225-233

    Sex Preselection in Mammals

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 235-259

    Cloning and Transgenesis in Cattle: Potential Applications

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 261-281

    Transgenic Fish: Production, Testing, and Risk Assessment

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 283-299

    The Quest for Transgenic Poultry: Birds are not Mice with Feathers

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 301-332

    Enzymes as Direct-Feed Additives for Ruminants

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 333-344

    Molecular Traceability of Animals and Their Products

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    Book Chapter

    Pages 345-357

    Consumer Attitudes to Animal Biotechnology: Broader Ethical Considerations