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Department of Animal Breeding & Genetics


Introduction

Animal breeding involves the selective breeding of domestic animals with the intention to improve desirable (and heritable) qualities in the next generation. This course introduces the steps required to design a program for breeding animals and teaches the genetic and statistical concepts that are needed to build a solid breeding program.


In this course, you will learn how an animal breeder balances the need for improving the desirable qualities of the animals with the need for genetic diversity and long-term sustainability of the breeding program. You will learn about the scientific concepts in genetics that are applied in animal breeding, as well as how to apply the models and computational methods that are used in animal breeding.


Professionals working with animals will be able to use the knowledge from this course to understand the impact of breeding on animal populations and use genetic principles to make their decisions.


Objectives

* The steps required in setting up a breeding program.

* Understanding of the main concepts in animal breeding.

* Applying genetic models and tools to predict the breeding value of animals.

* Tools to predict genetic change and/or inbreeding in populations.

* Introduction to dissemination of genetic progress in different animals.

Staff Position

Mr. Zafar Ali Khoso
D.V.M, M.Phil (SAU)
Lecturer
Cell: + 92 313 300 5790
Email: drzafar_khoso138@yahoo.com
alizafarkhoso@gmail.com
Updated CV

Course Offered


Old Courses
Course Title   Course Code Credit Hours  Semester 
 Introduction of Animal Breeding and Genetics  ABG-302  4(3-1)       2ND
 Animal Breeding Plan and Polices  ABG-602  3(2-1)       7th

New Courses
Course Title   Course Code Credit Hours  Semester 
 Animal Breeding and Genetics- I  LPRO-402  2(1-1)       4TH
 Animal Breeding and Genetics-II  LPRO-502  3(2-1)       5th

 

 

 

 
 
   
   
 
 
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