Criteria for the recognition and prioritisation of breeds of special genetic importance

@article{Alderson2003CriteriaFT,
  title={Criteria for the recognition and prioritisation of breeds of special genetic importance},
  author={L. Alderson},
  journal={Animal Genetic Resources Information},
  year={2003},
  volume={33},
  pages={1-9}
}
  • L. Alderson
  • Published 2003
  • Biology
  • Animal Genetic Resources Information
The State of the World survey of animal genetic resources (SoWAnGR) has highlighted the necessity to reconcile the varying systems applied by different organisations for the identification and categorisation of endangered breeds of livestock. Currently, many of these systems are irreconcilable. In particular, there is a need to interpret national breed populations in the context of their international population. Rare Breeds International has developed and applied a system which overcomes these… Expand

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