Reproductive Technologies in Animals is an important resource for academics, researchers, professionals in public and private animal business, and students at the undergraduate and graduate levels, as it gives a full and detailed first-hand analysis of all species subjected to the use of reproductive technologies.
- Provides research from a team of scientists and researchers whose expertise spans all aspects of animal reproductive technologies- Addresses the use of reproductive technologies in a wide range of animal species - Offers a complete description and historical background for each species described- Discusses successes and failure as well as future challenges in reproductive technologies
1. Reproductive Technologies in Cattle 2. Reproductive Technologies in the Equine 3. Reproductive Technologies in Sheep 4. Reproductive Technologies in Goats 5. Reproductive Technologies in Swine 6. Reproductive Technologies in the Buffalo 7. Reproductive Technologies for the Conservation of Wildlife and Endangered Species 8. Reproductive Technologies in Camelids 9. Reproductive Technologies in Companion Animals 10. Reproductive Technologies in Laboratory Animals 11. Standard and innovative reproductive biotechnologies for the development of finfish farming 12. Reproductive Technologies in nonhuman primates 13. Reproductive Technologies in Avian Species 14. Reproductive Technologies in the Honey Bee 15. Spermatogonial Stem Cells: from Mouse to Dairy Goat 16. Reproductive technologies and pathogen transmission 17. Reproductive Technologies and Animal Welfare
Dr. Giorgio Presicce serves as a consultant on reproductive technologies in farm animals for a governmental regional agency dealing with animal production and reproductive technologies in farm animals. He served the FAO (UN) in The Gambia at the International Trypanotolerant Center. Dr. Presicce received his PhD from the Department of Animal Science at Cornell University in farm animal reproductive physiology and embryo biotechnologies. He was a visiting assistant professor at the same department, and later a senior researcher at PPL Therapeutics in Blacksburg, VA, where he oversaw reproductive technologies of the transgenic cattle herd. He received the China Friendship Award for scientific contributions in 2006.