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RiuNet. Repositorio institucional de la Universitat de Valencia (102.815 recursos)

RiuNet es el Repositorio Institucional de la Universitat Politècnica de València, gestionado por la Biblioteca, cuyo objetivo es ofrecer acceso en Internet a la producción científica, académica y corporativa de la comunidad universitaria con la finalidad de aumentar su visibilidad y hacerla accesible y preservable.

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  1. LETTER TO THE EDITOR. CUNICULUS 'RABBIT' - A CELTIC ETYMOLOGY.

    Ballester, X.; Quinn, R.
    Abstract not available.

  2. LETTER TO THE EDITOR. CUNICULUS 'RABBIT' - A CELTIC ETYMOLOGY.

    Ballester, X.; Quinn, R.
    Abstract not available.

  3. LETTER TO THE EDITOR. CUNICULUS 'RABBIT' - A CELTIC ETYMOLOGY.

    Ballester, X.; Quinn, R.
    Ballester, X.; Quinn, R. (2002). LETTER TO THE EDITOR. CUNICULUS 'RABBIT' - A CELTIC ETYMOLOGY. World Rabbit Science. 10(3). doi:10.4995/wrs.2002.484

  4. OPPORTUNITIES FOR RABBIT RESEARCH AND HUMAN DEVELOPMENT IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE: A RABBIT REVOLUTION?

    LUKEFAHR, S.D.
    [EN] Throughout the Western Hemisphere, opportunities exist to develop viable rabbit research programs that meet the unique needs of small-scale, limited-resource farmers. In this paper, basic problems of small-scale farmers are first briefly described, and, secondly, pre seflt examples are provided of alternative and innovative research programs that direclly address these special needs. Rabbit scientists are further encouraged to elevate the stature of the rabbit as a significant "niche" livestock species to benefit humanity through the expansion of sustainable, small-scale rabbit farming and (or) development projects.

  5. NON GENETIC FACTORS AFFECTING RABBIT REPRODUCTION IN ALGERIA

    Belhadi, S.; Boukir, M.; Amriou, L.
    [EN] Environmental variability of reproductive traits has been investigated on a pool of 51 does of different origin in a rabbit breeding unit in Tizi Ouzou region. The objective was to estimate the effects of different factors su ch as kindling season, parity, physiological state of does, and number born alive on characters such as acceptation rate, conception and kindling rate by female, total born alive, stillborn, litter size at weaning, pre-weaning and post-weaning mortality and weekly litter weights from birth to weaning. Mean bunny weight at birth, at weaning and 70 days of age, litter weight at 70 days of age and total litter gain during lactation have also...

  6. EFFICACY OF TWO GONADOTROPHINS ON RECEPTIVITY OF COMMERCIAL DOES.

    Alfonso, M.; Pagés-Mantè, A.
    [EN] The efficacy of two commercial gonadotrophins (PMSG) on sexual receptivity of 1104 does was compared in a field tria!. The two gonadotrophins were tested in alternate 8 weekly groups (4 Foligon*; 4 Gonaser*). Does that allowed the male to mate were considered as receptive. Does treated with different PMSG were equally receptive (Foligon* 94.5% vs Gonaser* 95.1%).

  7. EFFECT OF DIVERGENT SELECTION FOR UTERINE CAPACITY ON PROGESTERONE, ESTRADIOL AND CHOLESTEROL LEVELS AROUND IMPLANTATION TIME IN RABBITS.

    Mocé, M.L.; Santacreu, M.A.; Climent, A.
    [EN] The effects of selection for high (H) and low (L) uterine capacity on serum and uterine fluid levels of progesterone and serum levels of estradiol and cholesterol, near implantation (day 6 of gestation), were studied. Both lines had similar ovulation rates (15.2 vs 14.4), but different number of embryos (12.8 vs 11.0; P<0.05) for H and L, respectively. Progesterone, cholesterol and estradiol were similar in both lines (9.3 and 9.6 ng/ml serum progesterone; 15.6 and 13. 7 ng/ml of uterine fluid progesterone; 28.1 and 27.6 pg/ml of estradiol; and 66.6 and 68.0 mg/dl of cholesterol for H and L, respectively). Lactation strongly affected the variables studied. Lactating does had...

  8. Abstract of papers presented during the 27th SYMPOSIUM of the Asociación Española de Cunicultura, Reus (Spain) 29-31 May 2002.

    World Rabbit Science
    (2002). Abstract of papers presented during the 27th SYMPOSIUM of the Asociación Española de Cunicultura, Reus (Spain) 29-31 May 2002. World Rabbit Science. 10(3):117-122. doi:10.4995/wrs.2002.711

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