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Welcome to the Animal Science Subject Guide!
Meyer Library Information
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Animal Breeding Abstracts This link opens in a new window
Animal Breeding Abstracts cites and abstracts information from journal articles, reports, conferences and books about animal breeding, genetics, reproduction, and production. Topic coverage includes all aspects of biological research in immunogenetics, genetic engineering and fertility improvement in horses, cattle, sheep, goats, poultry, lab animals, etc.
Encyclopedia of Agricultural, Food, and Biological Engineering This link opens in a new window
The Encyclopedia of Agricultural, Food, and Biological Engineering covers the development and design of procedures, equipment, and systems utilized in the production and conversion of raw materials into food and nonfood consumer goods-emphasizing and illustrating the various engineering processes associated with the production of materials with agricultural origin.
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