People and Animals

Traditional Livestock Keepers:
guardians of domestic animal diversity

 

   
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2007
 

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Table of Contents


LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
FOREWORD
INTRODUCTION

Chapter 1

COPING STRATEGIES IN SUBTROPICAL MOUNTAIN ECOSYSTEMS

Chapter 2

PHYSIOLOGICAL ADAPTATION TO TROPICAL MOUNTAIN CONDITIONS

Chapter 3

LIVESTOCK REARING IN TEMPERATE CONDITIONS

Chapter 4

SPECIFIC FEATURES OF RAISING LIVESTOCK IN HUMID TROPICAL AREAS

Chapter 5


ARID AND SEMI-ARID ZONES: SYMBIOSIS BETWEEN LIVESTOCK KEEPERS, THEIR ANIMALS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Chapter 6

PRESERVING AND DEVELOPING UNIQUE ANIMAL GENETIC RESOURCES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS