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Written and edited by a distinguished team of experts, this encyclopedia encompasses animal physiology; animal growth and development; animal behavior; animal reproduction and breeding; alternative approaches to animal maintenance; meat science and muscle biology; farmed animal welfare and bioethics; and food safety. Organized with reader-friendly descriptions of technologies, the second edition consists of more than 300 entries--many of which are new--ranging from adaptation and stress, to zoos and aquariums. With 2500 references and hundreds of figures, equations, and tables, it covers new developments in genomics, transgenesis, cloning, and mathematical model constructions.
Animal Families Beef Cattle Camelids Dairy Cattle Deer and Elk Goats Horses Sheep and Lamb Swine and Pork Poultry Chickens Ducks, Geese, Turkeys Ratites Animal Products By-Products Ethanol By-Products for Ruminants Manure Eggs Milk Fiber and Related Products Animal Types Aquaculture Draft Animals Grazing Animals Ruminants Mammals Zoo Animals Behavior, Welfare, and Environment Adaptation and Stress Animal Welfare Behavior Environment Biotechnology Transgenic Animals Body Composition Ontogeny Carcass Composition and Quality GI Tract Feedstuffs Antibiotics Biodiversity By-Product Feeds Feed Quality Feed Supplements Forages Hormones Fertility and Pregnancy Estrous Cycle Estrous Synchronization Female Reproduction Growth and Development Male Reproduction Mammary Glands Reproduction Management Genetics Health and Disease Biomedical Research Models and Health Diagnostics Immunity Metabolism Parasites Pathogens Human Nutrition Animal Source Foods (ASFs) Functional Food Components Meat Quality Mathematical Models Molecular Biology Nutrients Amino Acids Bioavailability Lipids Mineral Elements Vitamins Social and Societal Issues Agroterrorism Contributions To Society Future of Animal Agriculture Regulatory Issues
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Wilson G. Pond, PhD, is a Visiting Professor at the Department of Animal Science, Cornell University. Duane Earl Ullrey is currently with the Department of Animal Science at Michigan State University. Charlotte Kirk Baer is the National Program Leader for Animal Nutrition and Production at the U.S. Department of Agriculture.