Non-Fiction / Agriculture, Conservation, Countryside. / Livestock Improvement in Relation to Heredity and Environment by James Edward Nichols James Edward Nichols                      Oliver and Boyd 1947 : third edition revised: Green cloth hardcover: no dust jacket: 5.5 x 8.75 inches tall : illustrations and diagrams. Synopsis: An outline of  principles and indication of how the genetic and environmental concepts are interwoven in the pursuit of stock improvement.  Contents include a survey of general aspects; particular problems that may be encounted: how inheritance works; the effects and interactions of genes; the cumulative effects and external factors influencing improvement; gene and character  frequency; environmental aspects; genetic aspects a) selection b) interbreeding as a mating system c) line breeding; out breeding and hybrid vigour; mating likes and unlikes; performance and progeny testing; breed construction; types and environment.  References and an index are included Condition: very clean and good overall                                      used books
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  • Book Title: Livestock Improvement in Relation to Heredity and Environment
  • Author: James Edward Nichols
  • ISBN: MW0055222
  • Publisher: Oliver and Boyd
  • Year Published: 1947
  • Our Normal Price: £17.60 GBP ($0.00 USD)
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  • Description: Oliver and Boyd 1947 : third edition revised: Green cloth hardcover: no dust jacket: 5.5 x 8.75 inches tall : illustrations and diagrams. Synopsis: An outline of principles and indication of how the genetic and environmental concepts are interwoven in the pursuit of stock improvement. Contents include a survey of general aspects; particular problems that may be encounted: how inheritance works; the effects and interactions of genes; the cumulative effects and external factors influencing improvement; gene and character frequency; environmental aspects; genetic aspects a) selection b) interbreeding as a mating system c) line breeding; out breeding and hybrid vigour; mating likes and unlikes; performance and progeny testing; breed construction; types and environment. References and an index are included Condition: very clean and good overall
  • Condition: Collectable- Very Good
  • Dustcover: No
  • Binding: Hardback
  • Type: Used Books

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