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FAO TECHNICAL PAPERS
FAO ANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH PAPERS:
|1.||Animal breeding: selected articles from World Animal Review, 1977 (C* E* F* S*)|
|2.||Eradication of hog cholera and African swine fever, 1976 (E* F* S*)|
|3.||Insecticides and application equipment for tsetse control, 1977 (E* F*)|
|4.||New feed resources, 1977 (E/F/S*)|
|5.||Bibliography of the criollo cattle of the Americas, 1977 (E/S*)|
|6.||Mediterranean cattle and sheep in crossbreeding, 1977 (E* F*)|
|7.||Environmental impact of tsetse chemical control, 1977 (E* F*)|
|7 Rev.||Environmental impact of tsetse chemical control, 1980 (E* F*)|
|8.||Declining breeds of Mediterranean sheep, 1978 (E* F*)|
|9.||Slaughterhouse and slaughterslab design and construction, 1978 (E* F* S*)|
|10.||Treating straw for animal feeding, 1978 (C* E* F* S*)|
|11.||Packaging, storage and distribution of processed milk, 1978 (E*)|
|12.||Ruminant nutrition: selected articles from World Animal Review, 1978 (C* E* F* S*)|
|13.||Buffalo reproduction and artificial insemination, 1979 (E**)|
|14.||The African trypanosomiases, 1979 (E* F*)|
|15.||Establishment of dairy training centres, 1979 (E*)|
|16.||Open yard housing for young cattle, 1981 (E* F* S*)|
|17.||Prolific tropical sheep, 1980 (E* F* S*)|
|18.||Feed from animal wastes: state of knowledge, 1980 (E*)|
|19.||East Coast fever and related tick-borne diseases, 1980 (E* S*)|
|20/1.||Trypanotolerant livestock in West and Central Africa — Vol. 1 - General study, 1980 (E* F*)|
|20/2.||Trypanotolerant livestock in West and Central Africa — Vol. 2 - Country studies, 1980 (E* F*)|
|20/3.||Le bétail trypanotolérant en Afrique occidentale et centrale — Vol. 3 - Bilan d'une décennie, 1988 (F*)|
|21.||Guideline for dairy accounting, 1980 (E*)|
|22.||Recursos genéticos animales en América Latina, 1981 (S*)|
|23.||Disease control in semen and embryos, 1982 (E* F* S*)|
|24.||Animal genetic resources — conservation and management, 1981 (E*)|
|25.||Reproductive efficiency in cattle, 1982 (E* F* S*)|
|26.||Camels and camel milk, 1982 (E*)|
|27.||Deer farming, 1982 (E*)|
|28.||Feed from animal wastes: feeding manual, 1982 (E*)|
|29.||Echinococcosis/hydatidosis surveillance, prevention and control: FAO/UNEP/WHO guidelines, 1982 (E*)|
|30.||Sheep and goat breeds of India, 1982 (E*)|
|31.||Hormones in animal production, 1982 (E*)|
|32.||Crop residues and agro-industrial by-products in animal feeding, 1982 (E/F*)|
|33.||Haemorrhagic septicaemia, 1982 (E* F*)|
|34.||Breeding plans for ruminant livestock in the tropics, 1982 (E* F* S*)|
|35.||Off-tastes in raw and reconstituted milk, 1983 (E* F* S*)|
|36.||Ticks and tick-borne diseases: selected articles from World Animal Review, 1983 (E* F* S*)|
|37.||African animal trypanosomiasis: selected articles from World Animal Review, 1983 (E* F*)|
|38.||Diagnosis and vaccination for the control of brucellosis in the Near East, 1983 (E* Ar*)|
|39.||Solar energy in small-scale milk collection and processing, 1983 (E* F*)|
|40.||Intensive sheep production in the Near East, 1983 (E* Ar*)|
|41.||Integrating crops and livestock in West Africa, 1983 (E* F*)|
|42.||Animal energy in agriculture in Africa and Asia, 1984 (E/F* S*)|
|43.||Olive by-products for animal feed, 1985 (Ar* E* F* S*)|
|44/1.||Animal genetic resources conservation by management, data banks and training, 1984 (E*)|
|44/2.||Animal genetic resources: cryogenic storage of germplasm and molecular engineering, 1984 (E*)|
|45.||Maintenance systems for the dairy plant, 1984 (E*)|
|46.||Livestock breeds of China, 1985 (E*)|
|47.||Réfrigération du lait à la ferme et organisation des transports, 1985 (F*)|
|48.||La fromagerie et les variétés de fromages du bassin méditerranéen, 1985 (F*)|
|49.||Manual for the slaughter of small ruminants in developing countries, 1985 (E*)|
|50.||Better utilization of crop residuces and by-products in animal feeding: research guidelines — 1. State of knowledge, 1985 (E*)|
|50/2.||Better utilization of crop residuces and by-products in animal feeding: research guidelines — 2. A practical manual for research workers, 1986 (E*)|
|51.||Dried salted meats: charque and carne-de-sol, 1985 (E*)|
|52.||Small-scale sausage production, 1985 (E*)|
|53.||Slaughterhouse, cleaning and sanitation, 1985 (E*)|
|54.||Small ruminants in the Near East: Vol. I - Selected papers presented at Tunis Expert Consultation, 1986 (E*)|
|55.||Small ruminants in the Near East: Vol. II - Selected papers from World Animal Review, 1986 (E* Ar*)|
|56.||Sheep and goats in Pakistan, 1985 (E*)|
|57.||Awassi sheep, 1985 (E*)|
|58.||Small ruminant production in the developing countries, 1986 (E*)|
|59/1.||Animal genetic resources data banks, 1986 (E*) 1. Computer systems study for regional data banks|
|59/2.||Animal genetic resources data banks, 1986 (E*) 2. Descriptor lists for cattle, buffalo, pigs, sheep and goats|
|59/3.||Animal genetic resources data banks, 1986 (E*) 3. Descriptor lists for poultry|
|60.||Sheep and goats in Turkey, 1986 (E*)|
|61.||The Przewalski horse and restoration to its natural habitat in Mongolia, 1986 (E*)|
|62.||Milk and dairy products: production and processing costs, 1988 (E* F* S*)|
|63.||Proceedings of the FAO expert consultation on the substitution of imported concentrate feeds in animal production systems in developing countries, 1987 (E*)|
|64.||Poultry management and diseases in the Near East, 1987 (Ar*)|
|65.||Animal genetic resources of the USSR, 1989 (E*)|
|66.||Animal genetic resources — strategies for improved use and conservation, 1987 (E*)|
|67/1.||Trypanotolerant cattle and livestock development in West and Central Africa — Vol. I, 1987 (E*)|
|67/2.||Trypanotolerant cattle and livestock development in West and Central Africa — Vol. II, 1987 (E*)|
|68.||Crossbreeding bos indicus and bos taurus for milk production in the tropics, 1987 (E*)|
|69.||Village milk processing, 1988 (E* F*)|
|70.||Sheep and goat meat production in the humid tropics of West Africa, 1988 (E/F*)|
|71.||The development of village-based sheep production in West Africa, 1988 (E* F* S*)|
|72.||Sugarcane as feed, 1988 (E/S*)|
|73.||Standard design for small-scale modular slaughterhouses, 1988 (E*)|
|74.||Small ruminants in the Near East, Volume III: North Africa, 1988 (E*).|
|75.||The eradication of ticks, 1989 (E/F*)|
|76.||Ex situ cryoconservation of genomes and genes of endangered cattle breeds by means of modern biotechnological methods, 1989 (E*)|
|77.||Training manual for embryo transfer in cattle, 1991 (E*)|
|78.||Milking, milk production hygiene and udder health, 1989 (E*)|
|79.||Manual of simple methods of meat preservation, 1989 (E*)|
|80.||Animal genetic resources — a global programme for sustainable development, 1990 (E*)|
|81.||Veterinary diagnostic bacteriology — a manual of laboratory procedures of selected diseases of livestock, 1990 (E*)|
|82.||Reproduction in camels — a review, 1990 (E*)|
|83.||Training manual on artificial insemination in sheep and goats, 1991 (E*)|
|84.||Training manual for embryo transfer in water-buffaloes, 1991 (E*)|
|85.||The technology of traditional milk products in developing countries, 1990 (E*)|
|86.||Feeding dairy cows in the tropics, 1990 (E*)|
|87.||Manual for the production of anthrax and blackleg vaccines, 1991 (E*)|
|88.||Small ruminant production and the small ruminant genetic resource in tropical Africa, 1991 (E*)|
|89.||Manual for the production of Marek's disease, Gumboro disease and inactivated Newcastle disease vaccines, 1991 (E*)|
|90.||Application of biotechnology to nutrition of animals in developing countries, 1991 (E*)|
|91.||Guidelines for slaughtering, meat cutting and further processing, 1991 (E*)|
|92.||Manual on meat cold store operation and management, 1991 (E*)|
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