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    Managing the Prenatal Environment to Enhance Livestock Productivity

    by Greenwood, P.L.; Bell, A.W.; Vercoe, P.E.; Viljoen, G.J. (Eds.)

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    1st Edition., 2010, XII,
    Language: English
    ISBN: 978-9048131341


    Prenatal life is the period of maximal development in animals, and it is well recognised that factors that alter development can have profound effects on the embryonic, foetal and postnatal animal. Scientists involved in research on livestock productivity have for decades studied postnatal consequences of foetal development on productivity. Recently, however, there has been a surge in interest in how to manage prenatal development to enhance livestock health and productivity. This has occurred largely due to the studies that show human health in later life can be influenced by events during prenatal life, and establishment of the Foetal Origins and the Thrifty Phenotype Hypotheses. This book, Managing the Prenatal Environment to Enhance Livestock Productivity reviews phenotypic consequences of prenatal development, and provides details of mechanisms that underpin these effects in ruminants, pigs and poultry. The chapters have been divided into three parts:

    • Quantification of prenatal effects on postnatal productivity;
    • Mechanistic bases of postnatal consequences of prenatal development; and
    • Regulators of foetal and neonatal nutrient supply.

    Managing the Prenatal Environment to Enhance Livestock Productivity is a reference from which future research to improve the level of understanding and capacity to enhance productivity, health and efficiency of livestock in developing and developed countries will evolve. It is particularly timely given the development of molecular technologies that are providing new insight into regulation and consequences of growth and development of the embryo, foetus and neonate.


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