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* The case studies listed were received from the years 1999 to 2009

1.1 The unique Kuri cattle of the Lake Chad Basin (Mpofu & Rege)
1.2 The multiplication of Africa’s indigenous cattle breeds internationally: The story of the Tuli and Boran breeds (Mpofu)
1.3 The importance of breeding infrastructure and support services: the success and failure of artificial insemination as a method of disseminating genetic material to smallholder dairy farmers in southern Africa (Mpofu)
1.4 Choice of genetic types for specific production environments and production systems (Mpofu)
1.5 Crossbreeding systems and appropriate levels of exotic blood: Examples from Kilifi Plantations (Kahi)
1.6 Monitoring of Sahiwal and Friesian cattle genetic improvement programmes in Kenya (Mpofu & Rege)
1.7 Genetic improvement of indigenous cattle breeds in Zimbabwe: A case study of the Mashona Group Breeding Scheme (Khombe)
1.8 Comparison of indigenous and foreign cattle for beef production at Matopos Research Station in Zimbabwe (Mpofu)
1.9 Phenotypic and genetic parameters in cattle populations in Ghana (Aboagye)
1.10 Characterisation of genetic diversity in indigenous cattle of East Africa: use of microsatellite DNA techniques (Okomo)
1.11 Genetic diversity in indigenous cattle for East Africausing RAPDs (Gwakisa)
1.12 The importance of a national breeding policy—Case for the Malawian Dairy Industry (Chagunda)
1.13 Performance testing for the smallholder sector in South Africa (Banga)
1.14 The South African National Small Stock Improvement Scheme (Olivier)
1.15 The pig performance testing scheme in Zimbabwe (Dzama)
1.16 The development of breeding strategies for the large scale commercial dairy sector in Zimbabwe (Mpofu)
1.17 Why value AnGR in economic terms? (Drucker )
1.18 How to value AnGR? (Drucker)
1.19 ICAR, No. 3. The open nucleus breeding programme of Djallonke sheep in Côte d'Ivoire (Yapi-Gnaore)
1.20 ICAR, No. 3. Improving subtropical Egyptian fat-tailed sheep through cross-breeding with the prolific Finnsheep (Aboul-Naga)
1.21 ICAR, No. 3. National rabbit project population of Ghana:a genetic case study (Lukefahr)
1.22 ICAR, No. 3. D'man sheep breeding programme in Morocco (Darfaoui)
1.23 ICAR, No. 3. Peul, Touabire and Djallonke sheep breeding programmes in Senegal (Fall)
1.24 ICAR, No. 3 The N'Dama breeding programme at the International Trypanotolerance Center (ITC) in the Gambia (Dempfle & Jaitner)
1.25 ICAR, No. 3. Cross-breeding strategies for beef cattle production in Brazil (Filho)
1.26 ICAR, No. 3. An evaluation of the breeding strategies used in the development of the Dorper sheep and the improved Boer goat of South Africa (Ramsay et al.)
1.27 ICAR, No. 3. Buffalo breeding programme in Thailand (Chantalakhana)
1.28 ICAR, No. 3. Dairy cattle breeding programme in Brazil development of the Brazilian Milking hybrid (Madalena)
1.29 ICAR, No. 3. Development of animal breeding strategies for the local breeds of ruminants in the French west Indies (Naves et al.)
1.30 ICAR, No. 3. Structures for improving smallholder chicken production in Bangladesh breeding strategy (Jensen)
1.31 ICAR, No. 3. Sustainability of dairy cattle breeding systems utilising artificial insemination in less developed countries-examples of problems and prospects (Philipsson)
1.32 Continued harvest of the diverse African Animal Genetic Resources from the wild through domestication as a strategy for sustainable use: A case of the larger Grass cutter: Thryonomys swinderianus (Mensah & Okeyo)
1.33 Suitability of blood protein polymorphisms in assessing genetic diversity and relationships in population genetic studies (Mwacharo et al.)
1.34 Development of the Mafriwal Dairy Cattle of Malaysia (Panandam & Raymond)
1.35 Genetic gain in selected herds of Khari goats over generations in Nepal (Shreeram & Prakash)
1.36 Production performance of some local chicken genotypes in Indonesia: An overview (Sartika & Noor)
1.37 Performance characteristics of the Yak in Nepal and its crosses with Mountain cattle (Kharel et al.)
1.38 A case study on applications of dna-level polymorphisms in tilapia genetic studies and stock management (Ofelia)
1.39 Methodological illustration of genotype x environment interaction (GxE) phenomenon and its implications: A comparative productivity performance study on Red Maasai and Dorper sheep breeds under contrasting environments in Kenya (Okeyo & Baker)
1.40 Development of the Sunandini cattle breed in India (Chacko)
1.41 The FARM-Africa dairy goat improvement project in Kenya (Ojango et al,)
1.42 The Kenya Dual Purpose Goat development project (Ojango et al,)
 
1.43 Milk from indigenous sheep breeds: An adaptation approach to climate change by women in Isinya, Kajiado County in Kenya
 
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