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Bovine Reproduction


Bovine Reproduction


2. Aufl.

von: Richard M. Hopper

230,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 11.05.2021
ISBN/EAN: 9781119602460
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 1232

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<b>Bovine Reproduction</b> <p><b>A complete resource for practical, authoritative information on all aspects of bovine theriogenology</b><p>The newly revised Second Edition of <i>Bovine Reproduction</i> delivers a comprehensive overview of all major issues in bovine reproduction. Written by leading experts in the subject, the book is an indispensable reference for any veterinarian dealing with bovine fertility. <p><i>Bovine Reproduction</i> is divided into sections on the bull, the cow, the neonate, and assisted reproduction techniques. New chapters cover new gene manipulation technologies, managing problem donors, lameness, and more. Outdated and redundant information from the First Edition has been removed and replaced by coverage of new diseases, technologies, procedures, techniques, and approaches to fertility problems. <p>A new companion website provides images and tables from the book in PowerPoint format. In addition to more than 675 full-color images, readers will also benefit from: <ul><li>A thorough discussion of the anatomy and physiology of the bull, including the endocrine and exocrine function of bovine testes and the thermoregulation of the testes </li><li>An exploration of breeding and health management of bulls, including the evaluation of breeding soundness and ultrasound examination of the reproductive tract </li><li>An examination of the anatomy, physiology, and the breeding and health management of cows, including fetal programming, the reproductive tract microbiome, and a section on obstetrics and reproductive surgery </li><li>A review of the management of both critical care of the neonate and effective colostrum assessment and provision </li><li>An introduction to assisted and advanced reproductive technologies </li> </ul><p>A practical and comprehensive reference, <i>Bovine Reproduction</i> is a must-have purchase for bovine practitioners, theriogenologists, animal scientists, veterinary students, and residents with an interest in cattle.
<p>Contributors</p> <p>Preface to the Second Edition</p> <p>Preface to the First Edition</p> <p>About the Companion Website</p> <p><b>Section I: The Bull</b></p> <p><b>Anatomy & Physiology</b></p> <p>1. Anatomy of the reproductive system of the bull – Nabors</p> <p>2. Endocrine and exocrine function of the testes – Ryan & Hoffmann</p> <p>3. Spermatogenesis - Waqas</p> <p>4. Thermoregulation of the testes – Kastelic & Rizzoto</p> <p>5. Endocrine control of testicular development and initiation of spermatogenesis in bulls – Brito</p> <p>6. Bull development: Sexual development and puberty in bulls - Brito</p> <p><b>Breeding and Health management</b></p> <p>7. Evaluation of Breeding Soundness: Comparative review of different standards – Norman</p> <p>8. Evaluation of Breeding Soundness: The Physical Exam - Thompson & Alexander</p> <p>9. Evaluation of Breeding Soundness: The Spermiogram - Palmer</p> <p>10. Ultrasound Examination of the Reproductive Tract – Momont, Keeler & Nicholson</p> <p>11. Management of Breeding Bull Batteries - King</p> <p>12. Management of Bulls at AI Studs - Warner</p> <p>13. Testicular Degeneration - Kastelic</p> <p>14. Vesicular Adenitis - Thompson</p> <p>15. Inability to breed due to injury or Abnormality of the External Genitalia of Bulls – Maxwell</p> <p>16. Management of Lameness in Breeding Bulls - Warner</p> <p><b>Reproductive Surgery</b></p> <p>17. General& Regional Anesthesia - Sidelinger </p> <p>18. Surgery of the Scrotum & Its Contents - King</p> <p>19. Restorative Surgery of the Prepuce & Penis - Hopper & Wolfe</p> <p>20. Management of Urolithiasis - Grissett</p> <p>21. Preparation of Teaser Bulls - Grissett</p> <p><b>Section II: The Cow </b></p> <p><b>Anatomy & Physiology</b></p> <p>22. Anatomy of the Reproductive System of the Cow - Nabors</p> <p>23. Initiation of Puberty in Heifers - Estill</p> <p>24. Neuroendocrine Control of Estrous & Ovulation - Williams</p> <p>25. Ovarian follicular and luteal dynamics in cattle - Adams & Singh</p> <p>26. Maternal recognition & Physiology of Pregnancy – Lemley, Camacho & Vonnahme</p> <p>27. Fetal programming – Lemley, Littlejohn & Burnett</p> <p><b>Breeding and Health Management</b></p> <p>28. Biosecurity for Beef & Dairy Herds - Huston</p> <p>29. Beef Heifer Development – Hindman & Engelken</p> <p>30. Dairy Heifer Development – R. Stockler</p> <p>31. Interaction of Nutrition & Reproduction: Beef – Olson, Bailey, Duncan & Swecker</p> <p>32. Interaction of Nutrition and Reproduction in the Dairy Cow – Cargile & Tracy</p> <p>33. Cystic Ovarian Follicles – J. Smith</p> <p>34. Postpartum anestrus and its management in dairy cattle - Ambrose</p> <p>35. Estrus Detection - Palomares</p> <p>36. Artificial Insemination - R. Kasimanickam</p> <p>37. Pharmacological Control of the Estrous Cycle  - R. Kasimanickam</p> <p>38. Examination for Pregnancy: Rectal Palpation - Christiansen</p> <p>39. Examination for Pregnancy: Biochemical Tests - Cain</p> <p>40. Ultrasound Evaluation of the Reproductive Tract - Colloton</p> <p>41. Beef Herd Health for Optimal Reproduction – Engelken & Dohlman</p> <p>42. Dairy Herd Health for Optimal Reproduction - Klopfenstein</p> <p>43. Herd Diagnostic Testing Strategies - Larson</p> <p>44. Breeding Season Evaluation of Beef Herds - Engelken</p> <p>45. Dairy Herd Record Analysis - Lynch</p> <p>46. Marketing the Bovine Reproductive Practice - Myers</p> <p><b>Obstetrics and Reproductive Surgery</b></p> <p>47. Management of Vaginal, Cervico-Vaginal & Uterine Prolapse - King & Peter   </p> <p>48. Induction of Parturition & Abortion - Koziol</p> <p>49. Management to Prevent Dystocia – Boakari & El-Sheikh Ali</p> <p>50. Dystocia and Accidents of Gestation - Maxwell</p> <p>51. Obstetrics: Mutation, Forced Extraction, Fetotomy - Walters</p> <p>52. Obstetrics: Caesarian Section - Mochal-King</p> <p>53. Retained Fetal Membranes - Peter</p> <p>54. Postpartum Uterine Infection - Darawhal</p> <p>55. Surgery to Restore Fertility – Hopper</p> <p><b>Pregnancy Wastage</b></p> <p>56. Fetal Disease and Abortion: Diagnosis and Causes - Baumgartner</p> <p>57. Infectious Agents: Campylobacter – Rush & Edmondson</p> <p>58. Infectious Agents: Trichomonas – Waters & Gard</p> <p>59. Infectious Agents: Leptospirosis - Jumper</p> <p>60. Infectious Agents: Brucellosis - Ragan</p> <p>61. Infectious Agents: Infectious Bovine Rhinotracheitis - Newcomer</p> <p>62. Infectious Agents: Bovine Viral Diarrhea - Chamorro & Passler</p> <p>63. Infectious Agents: Schmallenberg virus – Kauffold, Hoops & Vahlenkamp</p> <p>64. Infectious Agents: Bovine Epizootic Abortion – Stott, Blanchard & Anderson</p> <p>65. Infectious Agents: Neospora - Scully</p> <p>66. Infectious Agents: Mycotic - Austin</p> <p>67. Compromised Pregnancy Success Caused by Heat Stress - Hansen</p> <p>68. The Reproductive Tract Microbiome: Implications for fetal & neonatal health – Messman & Lemley</p> <p>69. Bovine Abortifacient and Teratogenic Toxins - Baughman</p> <p>70. Heritable Congenital Defects – Whitlock, Beever & Steffen</p> <p>71. The Abnormal Offspring Syndrome – Rivera, Donnelly, Patel,  Li & Soto-Moreno</p> <p><b>Section III: The Neonate </b></p> <p>72. Strategies to Decrease Neonatal Calf Loss in the Beef Herds - Smith</p> <p>73. Management to Decrease Neonatal Calf Loss in the Dairy Herd – R. Stockler</p> <p>74. Critical care management of the neonate – Chamorro & Passler</p> <p>75. Colostrum management -  J. Stockler & Chamorro</p> <p><b>Section IV: Assisted and Advanced Reproductive Technologies</b></p> <p>76. Utilization of genomic testing for the selection of desirable traits in cattle – Upshaw, Butler, Henderson, Shaffer & Rolf</p> <p>77. Emerging hormonal therapies that potentially enhance fertility parameters in developing bulls - Waqas</p> <p>78. Cryopreservation of Semen - Sathe</p> <p>79. Utilization of Sex Selected Semen - R. Kasimanickam </p> <p>80. Control of Semen Borne Pathogens - Givens</p> <p>81. Bovine semen quality control in artificial insemination centers – Vincent, Underwood, Dolbec, Bouchard, Kroetsch & Blondin,</p> <p>82. Superovulation in Cattle – Jahnke, Youngs, Mapletoft, & Bo</p> <p>83. Embryo Collection and Transfer – Nola & Looney</p> <p>84. Selection & Management of the Embryo Recipient Herd – Lamb, Mercadante, Oosthuizen & Fontes</p> <p>85. Evaluation of In Vivo Derived Bovine Embryos – Jahnke, West & Youngs</p> <p>86. Control of Embryo Borne Pathogens - Gard</p> <p>87. Cryopreservation of Bovine Embryos - Jones</p> <p>88. Managing the “problem donor” – Pohler, Fernández, Poole, Reese & Franco</p> <p>89. In Vitro Fertilization – Hasler & Barfield</p> <p>90. Cloning by Somatic Cell Nuclear Transfer – Edwards, Schrick & Klabnik</p> <p>91. Application of CRISPR-Cas9 Technology in Bovine Reproduction - V. Kasimanickam</p> <p>Index</p>
<p><b>The editor<br /></b><b><br />Richard M. Hopper, DVM, Diplomate ACT, </b>is Professor of Farm Animal Theriogenology at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in Auburn, Alabama, USA and Professor Emeritus of the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in Starkville, Mississippi, USA.</p>
<p><b>A complete resource for practical, authoritative information on all aspects of bovine theriogenology</b> </p> <p>The newly revised Second Edition of <i>Bovine Reproduction</i> delivers a comprehensive overview of all major issues in bovine reproduction. Written by leading experts in the subject, the book is an indispensable reference for any veterinarian dealing with bovine fertility.  </p> <p><i>Bovine Reproduction </i>is divided into sections on the bull, the cow, the neonate, and assisted reproduction techniques. New chapters cover new gene manipulation technologies, managing problem donors, lameness, and more. Outdated and redundant information from the First Edition has been removed and replaced by coverage of new diseases, technologies, procedures, techniques, and approaches to fertility problems. <br /> <br />A new companion website provides images and tables from the book in PowerPoint format.  In addition to more than 675 full-color images, readers will also benefit from:  </p> <ul> <li>A thorough discussion of the anatomy and physiology of the bull, including the endocrine and exocrine function of bovine testes and the thermoregulation of the testes </li> <li>An exploration of breeding and health management of bulls, including the evaluation of breeding soundness, and ultrasound examination of the reproductive tract </li> <li>An examination of the anatomy, physiology, and the breeding and health management of cows, including fetal programming, the reproductive tract microbiome, and a section on obstetrics and reproductive surgery </li> <li>A review of the management of both critical care of the neonate and effective colostrum assessment and provision</li> <li>An introduction to assisted and advanced reproductive technologies </li> </ul> <p>A practical and comprehensive reference, <i>Bovine Reproduction</i> is a must-have purchase for bovine practitioners, theriogenologists, animal scientists, veterinary students, and residents with an interest in cattle. </p>

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