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Control Of Pig Reproduction VIII

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Control Of Pig Reproduction VIII

H Rodriquez-Martinez, JL Vallet & AJ Ziecic

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Author(s): H Rodriquez-Martinez, JL Vallet & AJ Ziecic

About The Book

The EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON PIG REPRODUCTION (ICPR) was held in June 2009. The meeting provided another excellent opportunity for scientific and social interaction among 151 delegates from 19 countries actively involved in most aspects of pig reproduction.

This volume contains manuscripts accompanying the state-of-the art lectures, the parallel sessions and the expanded abstracts. As a continuation of the earlier volumes in this series, the proceedings of the Eighth International Conference in Pig Reproduction provide an authoritative and up-to-date source of information on research in pig reproduction. This will be an invaluable resource for students, teachers, veterinarians, animal scientists, consultants and technologists with an interest in all aspects of pig reproduction.

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Author H Rodriquez-Martinez, JL Vallet & AJ Ziecic
Availability In Print
Dimensions Unknown
Extent 488 pages
ISBN 9781904761396
Publication date April 2013
Book Type Hardcover


Physiology of Boar Ejaculate
Molecular Kinetics of Porcine Sperm Surface
Optimisation of Sperm Technologies
Boar Semen Preservation
Predicting Boar and Semen Fertility
Genomics and Pig Reproduction
Gamete and Embryo Proteomics
Lactational Anoestrus in the Sow
In Vitro Embryo Production and Normality in Pigs
Intra-Follicular Regulatory Mechanisms
Epigenesis of Porcine Oocyte and Embryos
Ovarian Responses to Lactation Management Strategies
Fixed-time Ovulation in the Pig
Prenatal Programming in the Pig
Maternal-fetal Immunological Interaction
Genomics of Feto-placental Development in Pigs
Development of the Pig Placenta
Body Condition and Breeding Performance in Pigs
Genetics of Lifetime Production
Antiluteolytic Mechanisms and Pregnancy Establishment
Pig Conceptuses Regulate Endometrial Genes

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