Encyclopedia of Animal Science (Print)

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Wilson G. Pond
CRC Press, Nov 16, 2004 - Nature - 952 pages
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Contents

Animal State of Being
1
Neuroendocrine Physiological and Behavioral Responses
5
Metabolism and Functions
9
Production and Management
13
Animal Agriculture and Social Ethics for Animals
16
Biological and Industrial Products
19
Animal HandlingBehavior
22
Diagnostics
25
Mendelian
463
Molecular
466
Genomics
469
Carcass CompositionQuality
472
Composition Characteristics
474
Quality Composition Processing Marketing
478
Behavior Stress and Management
482
Breeding and Genetics
486

Nutritional Value
30
Quality and SafetyMeat and Poultry
33
Quality and SafetyMilk and Eggs
36
Microbial Resistance
39
Subtherapeutic Levels
42
Potential Alternatives
45
Production Processing Marketing
48
FishesMajor
52
FishesMinor
55
Carcass Composition and Quality
58
Crossbreeding
61
Extensive
65
Intensive
68
Behavior Management and WellBeing
71
Breeds and Genetics
74
Housing
77
Marketing
81
Nutritional Management
85
Reproduction Management
88
Aberrant
91
Feeding
94
Maternal
97
Reproductive
101
Beta Adrenergic Agonists
104
Amino Acids
108
Energy
111
FatSoluble Vitamins
115
Mineral Elements
117
WaterSoluble Vitamins
120
Germplasm Banks
124
Grazing Management
127
Artificial Insemination
130
Cloning Animals
133
Embryo Technology for Cattle
136
Genetically Modified Feeds
139
Sexing Sperm
143
Stem Cell and Germ Cell Technology
146
Transgenic Animals
149
Xenotransplantation
152
Breed and Species Effects
155
Chemical Analysis
159
Genetic Influence
163
Indirect Measurement
166
Linear Dimensions
170
Nutritional Influence
174
Technical Options for Change
177
Animal Origin
180
Plant Origin
184
Camelids
187
Genetic Influence
191
Postmortem
195
Channel Catfish
198
Behavior Management and WellBeing
202
Broiler Housing
205
Broiler Nutrition Management
208
Broiler Reproduction Management
211
Layer Health Management
215
Layer Housing
219
Layer Nutrition Management
222
Layer Reproduction Management
225
Colostrum
229
AgriculturalUrban Interface
232
Conjugated Linoleic Acid
235
Biomedical Research Models
239
Companions and Pleasure
242
Conversion of Feed to Food
245
Draft and Transport
248
Improved Animal Source Foods
251
ManureFertilizerFuel Developed Countries
254
Slaughter ByProducts
258
Behavior Management and State of Being
261
Breeding and Genetics
264
Health Management
268
Nutrition Management
272
Reproduction Management
275
Deer and Elk
279
Digesta Processing and Fermentation
282
Digestion and Absorption of Nutrients
285
Genetics
288
Metabolic Disorders of Ruminants
291
Domestication of Animals
294
Health Management
297
Nutrition Management
300
Issues
303
Retail Catering and Food Service Products
306
Marketing
311
Pricing
314
Processing Inspection and Grading
317
Industrial Egg Products
320
Shell Egg Products
325
Embryo Transfer in Farm Animals
329
Accommodations for Animals
332
Effects on Animal Health
335
Environmental Pollutants
338
Cattle Sheep Goat
342
Mare Sow
345
Cattle
349
Horses Pigs Sheep and Goats
353
Philosophical Aspects
356
External Flow Markers
359
Natural Plant MarkersAlkanes
362
Natural Plant MarkersIndigestible Fiber
365
Antibiotics
369
Crystalline Vitamins
372
Enzymes Probiotics Yeasts
376
Mineral Salts
379
Feed Toxicants
384
HighEnergy Sources
387
Nonconventional Energy Sources
390
Protein Sources
393
Anatomy and Physiology
398
Endocrine System
404
MaternalFetal Relationship
408
Fertilization
411
FiberProducing Animals
414
Grasses
417
Legumes
421
Shrubs and Forbs
425
Fur and Mink
429
Demand for Animal Products
432
Market Strategies
436
UrbanRural Agriculture Ecosystems
440
Anatomical and Functional Comparisons
445
AnimalMicrobial Symbiosis
449
Geese
453
Gene Action Types of
456
Gene Mapping
459
Breeds
489
Health Management
492
Nutrition Management
496
Grazing Practices Soil Conservation
499
Avian Embryos
502
Cell Differentiation
505
Mammalian Fetus
510
Postnatal
513
Anabolic Agents
517
Protein
520
Steroid
523
Nutrition Management
528
Behavior Management and WellBeing
531
BreedsBreedingGenetics
534
Reproduction Management
536
Nutrition Effects
541
Stress Effects
544
Acquired
548
Innate
552
Implantation
555
International Animal Germplasm Exchange
559
Lactation Land Mammals Species Comparisons
562
Lactation Marine Mammals Species Comparisons
565
Carcass Composition and Quality
568
International Marketing
571
US Marketing
575
Lipids
578
Livestock Breeds
582
Lower Digestive Tract Microbiology
585
Physiological Comparisons
588
Carnivores
591
Nonruminant Herbivores
593
Omnivores
597
Ruminants
599
Developmental Changes
603
Metabolism
606
Population Dynamics
609
Production Systems
612
Mating Systems
615
Visual Appraisal
619
Live Evaluation
622
Milk Composition Species Comparisons
625
Milk Synthesis
629
Milk Yield Differences
632
Macro
635
Micro Trace
638
Mitosis and Meiosis
642
Biology and Characteristics
645
Production and Marketing
649
Animal
653
Microbial
657
Physiology and Applications
661
Diet Modification
664
Water QualityUse
667
Carnivores
670
Nonruminant Herbivores
674
Ruminants
678
Omega3 and 6 Fatty Acids
681
Adipose Tissue
684
Muscle
688
Skeleton
692
Overall Contributions of Domestic Animals to Society
696
Major Biological Hazards
698
Sources and Control
701
Phytases
704
Development
708
Functions
712
Types
716
LocalState Land Use Regulation
719
RuralUrban Community Effects
722
Carcass Composition and Quality
725
InspectionProcessingMarketing
728
Carcass Composition and Characteristics
731
InspectionGrading
735
Processing
740
Manure and Wastewater Management
744
Maternal Response
748
RecognitionSignaling
751
Probiotics
754
Proteins
757
Quantitative Trait Loci QTL
760
Biology Housing and Management
763
Nutrition Management
767
Jewish and Muslim Laws for Animals SlaughterWelfare
770
Rumen Microbiology
773
Salmon
777
Marker Assisted
781
Traditional Methods
784
BreedingGeneticsImproving Meat Production
787
Health Management
791
Processing and Marketing
794
Composition
797
Nutrition Management
800
Reproduction Management
803
Somatotropin
806
Spermatogenesis Sperm Transport and Semen
810
Superovulation
814
Behavior Management and WellBeing
818
Breeding and Genetics
821
Health Management
824
Product Marketing
828
Reproductive Management
831
Waste Management
834
Improved Performance
837
Modifying the Mitochondrial Genome
840
Secreted Products
843
Behavior Management and WellBeing
847
Nutrition Management
850
Live Animal and Carcass Evaluation
853
Vitamin ESelenium and Their Interrelationship
856
VitaminsFat Soluble
859
Biotin Choline Niacin and Ascorbic Acid
862
Pantothenic Acid Folic Acid and B12
865
Thiamin Riboflavin and B6
868
Water
871
Water Buffalo
874
WellBeing and Handling
877
Behavioral Indicators
880
Concepts and Definitions
883
Physiological Criteria
887
Biology and Production
890
Biological Barrier
894
Yak
898
Zoo Animals
901
Index
905
Brief Contents
927
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