By L. O. Fiems, B. G. Cottyn and D. I. Demeyer (Eds.)
This quantity is the 1st in a chain of stories of workshops on ''The use of animal biotechnology, to enhance animal healthiness prestige and meat quality''. This topic covers a number of issues of concentration, regarding goods as various as grassland usage and meat caliber belief. ''Animal biotechnology'' used to be outlined to incorporate manipulation of copy; genetic manipulation of animals (transgenic animals); improvement of diagnostics and vaccines; and using development promoters (performance enhancers) that manage digestion (e.g. probiotics) or tissue metabolism (e.g. somatotropins). the quantity adopts a multidisciplinary method of animal biotechnology and its relation to meat creation
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G. PEPCK) to regulate growth hormone expression (Wagner, 1989). Let us assume that within a couple of years we are able to make transgenic animals at relatively low costs, and that insertion of foreign genes is possible with high precision. The first question is then which genes are of interest. Land and Wilmut (1987) stated that a transferred 24 gene must improve an economic trait by at least 10 % without any negative consequences for the other traits. Otherwise transgenesis is not justifiable.
Animal Biotechnology and the Quality of Meat Production. Papers Presented at an OECD Workshop Held in Melle, Belgium, 7–9th November, 1990 by L. O. Fiems, B. G. Cottyn and D. I. Demeyer (Eds.)