Equine Reproductive Physiology, Breeding and Stud Management (Cabi) (Cabi) Paperback – 13 Oct 2008
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"'This book is a proven success as a textbook for degree and diploma courses in equine studies. It also has proved to be a useful supplementary text for veterinary students, as well as valuable for veterinary practitioner and stud managers' Journal of Equine Veterinary Science '...an excellent handy reference for the practise shelf' D M Carson, The Veterinary Record" --D M Carson, The Veterinary Record"
About the Author
Dr Mina Davies Morel graduated with a BSc (Hons) in Agriculture (Animal Science) from Nottingham University in 1982 and went on to be appointed as a Research assistant at Aberystwyth University and to study for her PhD into Embryo mortality in ewes. After earning her PhD she was awarded a Post Doctoral Fellowship by the Animal Health Trust (Wooldridge Farm Livestock Fellowship) and, with the aid of a grant from the Meat and Livestock Commission, continued her research at Aberystwyth University. She was then appointed lecturer in 1989 with the specific role of developing the Equine courses and department. I currently manage the MSc Equine Science and have a research interest in early equine pregnancy.
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Hormonal workings and artificial control:one of the most important aspects of successful breeding cycle management, especially in thoroughbreds is detailed in a clear, concise manner and no terminology is left unexplained. The oestrus cycle is made clear and as un-complicated as possible and manipulation of this is approached with caution in mind.
A well-written source of knowledge with appropriate, clear photographs and illustrations with not only the horse in mind, but the handler as well.
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Many people have told me that the old edition is an excellent teaching book for degree students and reference book for practionners and Veterinary surgeons - I am very grateful for their encouraging comments. I hope that this new edition will proove to be just as valuable.
Please note I have also written a more specialist book entitled Equine AI and published by the same publishers CABI.
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