Biology of reproduction and artificial insemination of Timor deer (Cervus timorensis)

2012
11.13

Timor deer (Cerrnus limoremis) is the native tropical deer in Indonesia and is one of 20 wild animals which have been domesticated fairly recently for meat production (Kyle, 1994). As a newly domesticated fm animal which is highly potential and prospective as a source of animal protein, efforts should be taken into account to increase its population and productivity through the application of appropriate reproductive technology, particularly artificial insemination (Al). Prerequisite for the application of A1 technology in timor deer is an intensive study of its biology of reproduction. A series of research activities have been conducted to study the biology of reproduction and AI of the tirnar deer, encompassing the pattern of antler developmental cycle in relation to testosterone hormone profile and sperm production of the stag, anatomy of reproductive organs of the stag and hind, semen characteristics. preservation, and cryopreservation of the tirnor stag semen, estrous cycle and profile of the hind steroid hormones, estrous synchronization and insemination of timor hinds using frozen-thawed semen of the stags.

(diambil dari http://repository.ipb.ac.id/handle/123456789/51698)

Knowledge, Attitude and Practices Kennel Owner Related to Animal Welfare in Province of DKI Jakarta

2012
11.13

Kennel is the place for care and breeding dogs. Kennel used to preserve the genetic and as an attempt to take provit. A good kennel management must consider the welfare of animals to ensure the quality of the dogs life during their stay there. This studied aim to observe: the level of animal welfare at the kennel, the level of knowledge, attitude and practices of kennel owner performed by interviewing respondents using questionnaires and observation. Data analysis to determine associations between variables using chi-square and gamma tests. The results show that the characteristics of the owner (age, level of education, training, experience and scale of business) are not related. There is association between knowledge (P<0,05) and attitudes (P<0,05) towards animal welfare practices.

(taken from http://repository.ipb.ac.id/handle/123456789/55960)

 

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2012
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