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  1. Análisis preliminar de parámetros genéticos para el carácrter de prolificidad en la oveja canaria de pelo

    Bermejo, L.A.; López-Gallego, F.; Camacho, A.; Santolaria, J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    En este trabajo se presentan los valores de los parámetros genéticos para prolificidad de la oveja Canaria de Pelo, obtenidos a partir de la utilización de un modelo animal con observaciones repetidas sobre la información generada en los núcleos de control de rendimiento cárnico de la raza. El modelo de análisis genético incluyó como efectos fijos: ganadería, año, época y número de parto; y como efectos aleatorios, el genotipo aditivo del animal y el efecto ambiental permanente. Se utilizaron, como base de información, un total de 7657 partos registrados en 2889 animales de 5 ganaderías entre los años 1996 y 2008, lo que supuso un promedio de 2,65 partos registrados por animal, suficiente para...

  2. Las granjas parque y la conservación de recursos genéticos de animales domésticos

    Camacho Vallejo, M.E.; Rodero Serrano, E.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.

  3. Control individualizado de cerdos ibéricos "in vivo" en campo y sobre la canal en matadero mediante tecnología NIRS

    Garrido-Varo, Ana; Guerrero Ginel, J.E.; López López, A.; De Pedro, E.; Pérez-Marín, D.C.
    El objetivo de este trabajo es la puesta a punto y optimización de la tecnología NIRS para el control del cerdo Ibérico tanto en campo sobre el animal vivo, ya que es una técnica completamente inocua para el animal, como sobre la canal en el matadero, lo cual permitirá consolidar un sistema de trazabilidad basado en sensores no destructivos y rápidos.

  4. Avances en la utilización de la tecnología NIRS: aplicaciones en producción animal

    Garrido-Varo, Ana; Guerrero Ginel, J.E.; Gómez Cabrera, Augusto; Pérez-Marín, D.C.
    La Espectroscopía en el Infrarrojo Cercano se ha consolidado como una verdadera disciplina científica y en la última década ha mostrado su inmenso valor para la industria de la alimentación animal. En el futuro podremos comprobar su contribución científica al entendimiento de los procesos que regulan la utilización del alimento por el animal.

  5. Análisis NIRS de grasa de cerdo ibérico: efecto del fichero de repetibilidad

    Garrido-Varo, Ana; García-Olmo, J.; De Pedro, E.; Pérez-Marín, D.C.

  6. Estudio morfométrico en las variedades negras del cerdo Ibérico

    Cañuelo, P.; Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Diéguez, E.; Mata Moreno, C.; Pardo, J.; Rodero Franganillo, Antonio; Barba Capote, C.J.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    We are presenting a morphological study of the black varieties of the Iberian pig breed considering the Lampiño, Entrepelado, Mamellado, Silvela and Mamellado x Silvela strains, according to the Association of Breeders (AECERIBER) criteria. From the quantitative variables study, few significative differences among strains and sexes has been found, with absence of interactions between both factors. Also a posteriori homogeneity among means has been found significative association between strains and the frequencies of the coat colour, the types of hair, the hear type and the complementary particularities in the females, while in males a total independence have been shown.

  7. Origen e influencias del ovino canario

    Camacho Vallejo, M.E.; Fresno Baquero, M.R.; Rodero Serrano, E.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    When the Spaniards begun the conquest of the Canary Islands at the XVth Century, they found a hair sheep exploited in semi-domestic conditions, as it was written by the cronists in the seven islands. A few later, after the discovery of America, a hair sheep appeared in the Caribe. The researchers locate its origin directly in the present hair sheep of the Sub-Saharian Africa. In this paper we present some hypothesis firstly justifying the presence of hair sheep in the Canary Island, located in a latitude of wool sheep in those times. Secondly, we try to justify the sure relationship...

  8. Problemática de la actualización de la información en DAD-IS vía internet

    Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Zamora Lozano, R.; Rodero Franganillo, Antonio; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    Only six coordinator of the countries enclosed in the European Regional Focal Point introduced the new information in DAD-IS via Internet, at least until the last workshop of the Point celebrated in Viena in summer of 1997. One of these countries was Spain and here we develop a brief description of the problems found in this activity.

  9. Planificación de un programa de conservación y preservación en la Agrupación Racial del Perro Maneto

    Ginés, J.; García de los Ríos, A.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    In the present paper we are describing the planification of a conservation and preservation programme of the Maneto dog breed group in developing under two consecutive phases. Firstly we show the results obtained in the ethnogenetic characterization (mopho-structural and external), but also a preliminary report of the functional, genetic and environmental information collection, using a zootechnic inquiry as applications of the first phase. In the second phase we are proposing some actuation destines to the reproducers evaluation and the planification of the breeding system to develop a complete conservation programme for this breed.

  10. Plan de preservación para las variedades minoritarias de la raza canina Podenco Andaluz

    Lobo, M.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    Here we present a study about the present conservation status of all the varieties of the Andalusian Hound dog breed attending to the vulnerability criteria stabilised for the livestock species. We concluded the existence of six rare varieties in the breed; a group of three varieties (big size-short hair, small size-hard hair and small size-long hair) in a critical situation; and other three varieties (big size-long hair, midsizelong hair and small size- short hair) in vulnerability. The remaining varieties are stable or they genetic improvement is possible. Finally we propose a preservation plan of the endangered varieties attending to zootechnic,...

  11. Origen, migraciones y relaciones filogenéticas de las razas ganaderas de Andalucía Oriental

    Pastor Fernández, J.M.; Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Rodero Serrano, E.; Tapia Román, N.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    Nuestra región a lo largo de la historia se ha visto invadida, conquistada o visitada por una gran variedad de culturas, que provenientes de Africa, el Mediterráneo, o resto de Europa se instalaron en nuestra tierra. Estos pobladores, desde los antiguos Íberos, pasando por los Fenicios, Tartesos y Romanos hasta llegar a los Árabes y los Castellanos, trajeron consigo unas poblaciones de animales que contribuyeron a la formación de la gran variedad actual de razas autóctonas en Andalucía. En este trabajo realizaremos una descripción del origen de las razas autóctonas ovinas, caprinas, bovinas y porcinas de Andalucía Oriental teniendo en...

  12. Origen, migraciones y relaciones filogenéticas de las razas ganaderas de Andalucía Occidental

    Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Pastor Fernández, J.M.; Tapia Román, N.; Rodero Serrano, E.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    Andalucía ha sido un cruce de caminos para múltiples civilizaciones ligadas al Mediterráneo, al Norte de África y a Europa. Por lo tanto esta región ha sido un punto de confluencia de los distintos troncos de animales domésticos que acompañaron a estos pueblos, confiriéndole una riqueza racial excepcional íntimamente relacionada con otros aspectos de su cultura e historia. En la presente comunicación realizamos una descripción del origen de las actuales razas bovinas, ovinas, caprinas y porcinas de Andalucía Occidental teniendo en cuenta cual fue la vía de penetración y como se dispersaron y distribuyeron históricamente. Por último se realiza un...

  13. Estudio morfométrico en las variedades rojas del cerdo Ibérico y Manchado de Jabugo

    Mata Moreno, C.; Diéguez, E.; Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Cañuelo, P.; Pardo, J.; Rodero Franganillo, Antonio; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    We are presenting a morphological study of the red varieties (Torbiscal, Retinto Portugués, Retinto Extremeño, Dorado Gaditano) of the Iberian pig breed and Jabugo Spotted, according to the Association of Breeders (AECERIBER) criteria. We have obtained significant differences among strains and sexes in the quantitative variables analysed also interaction between both factors has been detected. The qualitative variables have shown independence between strains and coat colour, type of hears, type of hair for males and females. Only the complementary particularities have been associated to the strains.

  14. Evolución zootécnica del merino español en tiempos recientes y futuros

    Barajas, F.; Rodero Serrano, E.; Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Sierra Vázquez, A.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    The Spanish native Merino sheep breed is perhaps the most important of the Spanish zootechnical successes. The repercussion of this breed has evolved not only the animal production but also other aspects such as laws, language and the history of this country. Over the years the Spanish Merinos have found several difficulties that have produced many oscillations in their census. Among them, undoubtedly the most significative has been the falling down of the wool price in the sixties, which made a change in the productive objectives planned for the breed. Recently the Merinos Association of breeders have developed a programme...

  15. AXA: un programa de ordenador para la gestión de los núcleos de control lechero en la Agrupación Caprina Canaria

    Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.; Delgado Romero, F.; Fresno Baquero, M.R.; Camacho Vallejo, M.E.; Darmanin, N.; Capote, J.F.
    A computer program, developed in Clipper, for the management of the genealogical and productive information from the Canary Goat Group, is described. The two first sections of this program are planned for the males and females genealogical data arrangement. Third section is devised for the productive data storage. Fourth section is constructed for the emission of reports and finally, fifth section is a miscellaneous of utilities, where the connection with other programs must be highlighted. Also an exit control is enclosed. The basic purposes of this program aim the emission of official production reports for the Administration and farmers, and...

  16. Morfoaxa: un programa informático para la valoración morfológica del caprino lechero: aplicación a la agrupación caprina canaria

    Delgado, F.; Camacho Vallejo, M.E.; Fresno Baquero, M.R.; Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Capote, J.F.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    An assistant computer program for the morphologic evaluation of the Canary Dairy Goat is described. This is presented in two versions, the first one for its apLication in stable, the second one for the competitive evaluation in exhibitions. With this program the evaluation rapidity increases, the information flows towards the central database is enhanced, the punctuation is objectived, and also it collaborates with the homogeneisation of the evaluation criteria.

  17. Preliminary study of the Majorera milk goat productive performance

    Gómez, J.; Molina Alcalá, Antonio; Fresno Baquero, M.R.; Darmanin, N.; Capote, J.F.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    In the present paper we have made an evaluation of the milking and reproductive aptitudes of the Majorera Goat with a view to the productive characterization and definition of these animals, all from the Fuerteventura"s Milking Control programme. In this study 452 animals have participated, belonging to 7 of the most representative farms on the island. With respect to the reproductive aptitude. we have found interesting values of 1-95±0,03 of mean prolificily; with an oulstanding of 56.2 p.100 of double kidding, and only 4-6 p.100 abortions. Among farms the prolificity values oscillate between 1.73±0,07 and 2-09±0,08. The descriptive statistics control...

  18. Primitive andalusian livestock and their implications in the discovery of America

    Rodero Serrano, E.; Rodero Franganillo, Antonio; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    First a brief review of the primitive origins of the diverse Andalusian domestic livestock breeds is done. The Spanish Pure Breed Horse and Merino Sheep are considered the oldest breeds classically characterized, followed by the Granadina Goat and the Fighting Bull. The remaining Andalusian Breeds were not organized and defined until the end of the past century. From historical beginning there existed in the Betic region a predominance of animal farming over agriculture. The geographical characteristics of the land and the depopulation occasioned by the continuous fighting, throughout eight centuries, against the Arabs produced the conditions to reach a good...

  19. Estudio para la caracterización de la raza ovina Palmera

    Fresno Baquero, M.R.; Álvarez, S.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Capote, J.F.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    The Palmera sheep breed is officially registered in the Spanish Breeds Catalogue in 1997, as autoctonus breed with a special protection. The census in 1996 was not above 150 animals (82 females, 6 males and 60 animals under 12 months). In order to the census we can affirm the critical situation of the breed in serious extinction danger. In this study we try to define its racial patron serving as a base for its recuperation and conservation. A sample of 64 adult animals (60 females and 4 males) was studied, describing its morphology and faneroptic characters an studying its zoometric...

  20. Estudio para la caracterización de la raza ovina canaria

    Fresno Baquero, M.R.; Álvarez, S.; Barba Capote, C.J.; Capote, J.F.; Delgado-Bermejo, J.V.
    The sheep census of the Canary Islands is about 43.000 animals, of this the Canarian Sheep Breed is above 90 percent. It presents a great interest for obtaining milk and meat as quality products. Attending exclusively to the census, there is no problem of conservation, but this breed is affected by hybridisation process, overcoat in Tenerife. Here we present a study about the breed characterisation, analysing descriptive parameters as morphometric and faneroptic, and zoometric parameters of 168 animals (156 females and 12 males) in La Palma and Tenerife.

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