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National Agricultural University

SUBJECT: seed; navet; plantacion; semence; nabo

POSTED TO: Journal - Agriculture (Mongolia)

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The arid zones of Mongolia represent some 40% of its territory and cover about 60 million hectares. They receive only 150-200 mm of rainfall each year and experience frequent droughts. In order to increase fodder resources, the government has been paying considerable attention to the introduction and selection of both indigenous and exotic fast growing shrub species from various isoclimatic re ...

SUBJECT: arbuste; clima; climat; arbustos; rendimiento

POSTED TO: Proceedings of the Research Inst. of Animal Husbandry (Mongolia)

This is the first book to summarise the present knowledge of the 5 traditional Mongolian animals: horses, cattle, camels, sheep and goats, which are maintained on natural pasture all the year round. It is largely based on investigations by the author and other researchers into the animals' biology, physiology, morphology, ecology, behaviour and productivity. It is divided into 9 chapters: The ...

SUBJECT: chameau; biologia; camello; biologie; productividad

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["Uzemchin" mutton-fat sheep]

Gonchigjav, Z. [1990]

SUBJECT: mutton; animal breeding; wool; ovinos; ecologie animale

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The number of vertebrae normally found in sheep is 30 (neck-7, vertebrae lumbalis-13, vertebrae thoracales-6, sacrum-4). Investigations show that there are 3 types of extra vertebrae in Mongolian sheep, which have 31-32 vertebrae and 14 pairs of ribs (1 or 2 extra vertebrae and 1 extra pair of ribs). Observations have also shown that this strain is more productive than ordinary sheep (liveweig ...

SUBJECT: epine dorsale; productividad; ovinos; seleccion; cote

POSTED TO: Journal - Science and Life (Mongolia)

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1) Lactobacillus plantarum cultures which were selected from the rumen liquid of local Mongolian lamb had an antagonistic influence on cultures of Escherichia coli 026, 0111, 041, 078 and Salmonella typhimurium ot-77 strains in agar medium. 2) 078, 492 050 cultures had comparatively more antagonistic activity than above mentioned strains. 3) Investigations have proved that E. coli 026 Salmonel ...

SUBJECT: bacteria coliforme; bacterie coliforme; agneau; lactobacillus; mongolia

POSTED TO: Proceedings of Veterinary Research Institute (Mongolia)

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From sick sheep and goats three causative factors of listerioses were studied for the purpose of identification and determination of specific antigenic properties. It was established that "S" and "R" forms of Listeria may be differentiated by type of clone and by reaction with acriflavin. Results of the investigation revealed little lineage of Listeria monocytogens. Two lineage were stable and ...

SUBJECT: listeria monocytogenes; ovin; antigenos; mongolia; ovinos

POSTED TO: Proceedings of Mongolian Academy of Sciences (Mongolia)

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The results of the experiment show that: 1) The chicks born in early spring had the most favourable conditions for growth and the forming of the young organism. 2) Chicks hatched in March manifested best growth and development, the highest percentage of bred chicks, good quick maturity and higher productivity than the chicks of other groups. 3) The live weight of the chicks hatched in March we ...

SUBJECT: poulet; race; mongolia; razas; eclosion

POSTED TO: Agriculture (Mongolia)

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The chemical composition was studied of local medicinal plants from different geographical regions of Mongolia. The results showed that there was a high calcium and iron content, but plants tended to be low in phosphorus

SUBJECT: mongolia; plantas medicinales; composicion quimica; plante medicinale; mongolie

POSTED TO: Proceedings of Veterinary Research Institute (Mongolia)

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Weight gains of heifers born in March and whose mothers had one milking in the morning only between 1 June and 1 October were found to be heavier than those milking twice per day. Starting on grass is also found to be important. The weight gains of heifers delivered in mid May whose mothers had complete milking a day from 1 June was found to be less than the heifer who grows with the mother re ...

SUBJECT: ganancia de peso; genisse; taux de croissance; mongolia; novilla

POSTED TO: Proceedings of Veterinary Research Institute (Mongolia)