zootechnics


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zo·o·tech·nics

(zō'ō-tek'niks),
The art of managing domestic or captive animals, including handling, breeding, and keeping.
[zoo- + G. technē, art]
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zootechnics

(zō″ō-tĕk′nĭks) [Gr. zoon, animal, + techne, art]
The complete care, management, and breeding of domestic animals.
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The analyses undertaken in the socio-economic profile clearly show that SV Oltenia region is relatively more abundant in land rather than in population or capital, and for these reasons we can hope for capacity development in zootechnics by increasing cattle breeding for meat, considering that these animals need no special conditions for harmonious growth and development.
In: 4th National Science Congress of Zootechnics, p: 578.
The amount increase of subventions and their distribution in accordance with the European Union procedures has stimulated the use of the selected seeds; the use of enhanced genetic material, which benefit approximately 50% of the bovine breeders; the quality of the genetic material in the zootechnics has improved; the poor production cultures, ecological agriculture, national production meant for trading, have been encouraged.
(1) Uludag University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Zootechnics, 16059, Bursa, Turkey.
In recent years, Maes B has hosted the Eisteddfod's Battle of the Bands competition, which has included wins from Plant Duw and Zootechnics.
Doctor in Veterinary and Zootechnics and M.Sc., Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM).
Slovenia has not yet sufficient legislation to implement the acquis as regards animal welfare, veterinary drugs, residue control, farmed and wild game meat and zootechnics. A decree on the restructuring of slaughterhouses was adopted in June 1999 with the aim of initiating a programme to improve the structures.