Adaptation and fitness in animal populations book subtitle evolutionary and breeding perspectives on genetic resource management editors julius van der werf hans ulrich graser richard frankham cedric gondro copyright 2009 publisher springer netherlands copyright holder springer science business media bv ebook isbn 978 1 4020 9005 9 doi 101007 978 1 4020 9005 9. Fitness and adaptation are fundamental characteristics of plant and animal species enabling them to survive in their environment and to adapt to the inevitable changes in this environment this is. Many animal breeding programs have led to increased performance for production traits but this has often been accompanied by reduced fitness in addition the global use of genetic resources prompts the question whether introduced genotypes are adapted to local production systems understanding the genetic nature of fitness and adaptation will enable us to better manage genetic resources allowing us to make efficient and sustainable decisions for the improvement or breeding of these resources. Adaptation and fitness in animal populations evolutionary and breeding perspectives on genetic resource management van der werf julius editor graser hans ulrich editor frankham richard editor gondro cedric editor dordrecht london springer springer nature 2009 258 p research output book report edited book anthology. Note 5 retrouvez adaptation and fitness in animal populations evolutionary and breeding perspectives on genetic resource management et des millions de livres en stock sur amazonfr achetez neuf ou doccasion
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