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by M. C. G. Davies Morel
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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    M. C. G. Davies Morel
  • ISBN:
    0851996434
  • ISBN13:
    978-0851996431
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  • Publisher:
    Oxford University Press; 2 edition (February 20, 2003)
  • Pages:
    384 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Biological Sciences
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Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management 2nd edn (. I am most grateful to many people for their help and support in the preparation of this book.

Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management 2nd edn (. In particular, I would like to thank Alison Bramwell, Riceal Tully, Grainne Ni Chaba and Madeline Young for drawing the diagrams, all those who have kindly provided me with pho-tographs or allowed me to take my own (as indicated by the relevant photographs) and Mr Alan Leather for his general help with illustrations. Sincere thanks must also go to my father, Mr Jack Davies, for his continued expert advice and proof-reading.

A highly comprehensive book on the subject of reproductive and other equine ultrasonography. Has excellent illustrations and images of normal and abnormal reproductive structures of both the mare and the stallion.

The first section concentrates on reproductive physiology and is aimed at providing a scientific . The second section is more applied and demonstrates how this knowledge can be used to optimize breeding and stud management.

The first section concentrates on reproductive physiology and is aimed at providing a scientific understanding of reproduction in the mare and stallion. This book is a proven success as a textbook for degree and diploma courses in equine studies. It has also proved to be a useful supplementary text for veterinary students, as well as valuable for veterinary practitioners and stud managers. Categories: Biology\Plants: Agriculture and Forestry.

Coverage includes the reproductive anatomy, endocrine control and selection for breeding of both the mare and stallion, and also pregnancy, parturition and lactation in the mare. This comprehensive text goes on to study how this knowledge can be applied to the successful breeding of horses, maximizing both productivity and animal welfare

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equine breeding management system. To advocate fitting a ring. to the stallion’s penis to discourage masturbation is inconsistent.

CAB International 2002. Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management 2nd edn (.

CAB International 2002. In particular, I would like to thank Alison Bramwell, Riceal Tully, Grainne Ni Chaba and Madeline Young for drawing the diagrams, all those who have kindly provided me with photographs or allowed me to take my own (as indicated by the relevant photographs) and Mr Alan Leather for his general help with illustrations.

Coverage includes the reproductive anatomy, endocrine control and selection for breeding of both the mare and stallion, and also pregnancy, parturition and lactation in the . 5 The Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy in the Mare. 46. 6 Endocrine Control of Pregnancy in the Mare. This comprehensive text goes on to study how this knowledge can be applied to the successful breeding of horses, maximizing both productivity and animal welfare. It has also been expanded to include more recent experimental work and updated references, including a brand new chapter on the signi.

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This 2nd edition of a popular textbook provides a comprehensive account of how horses can be successfully bred. The aim is to maximize productivity and animal welfare. The first section concentrates on reproductive physiology and is aimed at providing a scientific understanding of reproduction in the mare and stallion. The second section is more applied and demonstrates how this knowledge can be used to optimize breeding and stud management. This book is a proven success as a textbook for degree and diploma courses in equine studies. It has also proved to be a useful supplementary text for veterinary students, as well as valuable for veterinary practitioners and stud managers.

Fearlessrunner
great info
Sti
this was a great book for my college class, had everything i needed in it, very useful, full of photos and information
Anarus
Nice looking book with few previous highlighted passages.
Manesenci
A great basic text for equine reproduction. Definitely recommend, great value for money and a ready reference for anybody involved in equine reproduction.
AfinaS
Just a note from the author to let you know that a new edition has been produced, published in January 2003 and is now available. The new edition is based on the format of the first edition but has been changed considerably in places to reflect new research and knowledge.
Many people have told me that the old edition is an excellent teaching book for degree students and reference book for practionners and Veterinary surgeons - I am very grateful for their encouraging comments. I hope that this new edition will proove to be just as valuable.
Please note I have also written a more specialist book entitled Equine AI and published by the same publishers CABI.
Kaghma
The book has good visual aids and is well written. The only drawback is the British English Terminology. The book is a must have for any breeder and is worth while for the pro and indispensible for the novice.