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Animal genetic resources - the perspective for developing countries



Animal genetic resources - the perspective for developing countries



Occasional Publication British Society of Animal Production ( 16): 33-35



A discussion. Many breeds of different species have become extinct or nearly so. With the spread of more advanced agricultural systems to many parts of the world, specialised strains of livestock, from a greatly reduced number of breeds within a species have been bred for specific, but widely different, environmental conditions.

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