88- CASTRO GH, ROMAN PH, BERRUECOS DJM. Estimation ofgenetic parameters in a herd of housed Holstein-Friesian cattle in a subtropical climate in a Central America. TecnicaPecuariaenMexico, No: 20, 45-51, 1972.
89- VALLE A, AMORIN RA. Genetic parameters of milk production, fat and age at first calving in 3 generations ofHolstein-Friesian cows. Agronomia Tropical, 30: 16, 115-124, 1983.
90- BARBOSA SBP, MILAGRES JC, REGAZZI AD, SILVA MA. A study on milk production in Holstein herds in Pernambuco State. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia, 23: 3, 422-432, 1994.
91- GOMEZ CH, TEWOLDE A. Genetic parameters ofmilk production, evaluation of sires and characterization ofdairy farms in the humid tropics of Costa Rica. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Produccion Animal, 7: 1, 19-37, 1999.
92- GURDOGAN T, ALPAN 0. Ankara Seker Fabrikas1 <;iftliginde Yeti~tirilen Holstein siitiisiinde silt verimine ili~kin genetik parametreler ve genetik ilerleme ln.z1. Atatiirk Universitesi Veteriner Fakiiltesi Dergisi, 37, 101-115, 1990. 93- MEJIA NA, MILAGRES JC, CASTRO ACG, GARCIA JA. Genetic and environmental factors effecting milk yield of Brown Swiss and Holstein-Friesian cows in the Central America (Houndras). Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia, 11: 2, 289-306, 1982. 94- KUHA K, TUMWASORN, MARKVICIBTR K, PODJANA AG. Breeding value estimation of some economically important traits in dairy cattle. Thai Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 34: (1-2), 33-38, 2001. 95- OLTENACU PA, OLSON CC, YOUNG CW. Repeatability of milk and fat yield for cows with changed environments. Journal Dairy Sci., 62: 2, 310-315, 1979. 96- LEE KL. Genetic trend and selection practiced in the registered Holstein cattle population. Dissertation Abstracts International, B. Sciences and Engineering, 44: 6, 1651-1652, 1983. 97- LEGATES JE. The North Carolina institutional breeding programme: an experiment in dairy cattle improvement. Tecnical Bulletin North Carolina Agric. Res., No:297, iv+15pp, 1992. 98- WIGGANS GR. National genetic improvement for dairy cattle in the United States. Symposium on national programmes for genetic improvement ofUS herds and flocks, ASAS midwestern meeting, Des Moines, IA, USA, March 1990. Journal of Animal Science, 69: 9, 3853-3860, 1991. 99- FOSTER WW. Response in milk yield ofHolstein cows sired by bulls selected for milk yield and type score. Journal ofDairy Science, 73: 1, 139, 1990. 100- FOSTER WW, McGILLIARD ML, JAMES RE. Association ofherd avarage genetic and environmental milk yield with dairy herd improvement variables. Journal of Dairy Science, 71: 12, 3415-3424, 1988. 101- DE JONGG. Cow populations ofleading breeding countries compared. Veepro Holland, No. 33, 20-21, 1998. 102- BARRI N, AUMANN J, GRASER HU, STOLZENBACH G. Genetic evaluation of dairy bulls from different countries and genetic trend ofmilk yield in the lO'th region in Chile. Avances en Produccion Animal, 20: (1-2), 67-73, 1995. 103- REGE J., WAKHUNGU JW. An evaluation oflong-term breeding programme in a closed Shaiwat herd in Kenya. II. Genetic and phenotypic trends and levels of inbreeding. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 109, 374-384, 1992. 104- DAHLIN A, KHAN UN, ZAFAR AH, SALEEM M, CHAUDRY MA, PHILIPSSON J. Genetic and environmental causes ofvariation in milk production traits ofSahiwal cattle in Pakistan. Animal Science, 66, 307~318, 1998. 66



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Mll..AGRES, J.C., ALVES, AJ.R., PERERIA, J.C. and TEIXEIRA, N.M, 1988. Effect of Genetic and Environmental Factors on Milk Yield of Crossbred Holstem, Brown Swiss, Jersey and Zebu Cows. 3. Calving hıterval. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia. 17:4, 358-366; 32 ref. NEGRON, A. And BOLMER- TERAN, D. 1978. Mi1k Production on the High Plateau in Peru. Memoria, Asociacion Latinoamericana de ...

72. SAYFADAKI ANAHTAR KELIMELER

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72. SAYFA ICERIGI

88- CASTRO GH, ROMAN PH, BERRUECOS DJM. Estimation ofgenetic parameters in a herd of housed Holstein-Friesian cattle in a subtropical climate in a Central America. TecnicaPecuariaenMexico, No: 20, 45-51, 1972.
89- VALLE A, AMORIN RA. Genetic parameters of milk production, fat and age at first calving in 3 generations ofHolstein-Friesian cows. Agronomia Tropical, 30: 16, 115-124, 1983.
90- BARBOSA SBP, MILAGRES JC, REGAZZI AD, SILVA MA. A study on milk production in Holstein herds in Pernambuco State. Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia, 23: 3, 422-432, 1994.
91- GOMEZ CH, TEWOLDE A. Genetic parameters ofmilk production, evaluation of sires and characterization ofdairy farms in the humid tropics of Costa Rica. Archivos Latinoamericanos de Produccion Animal, 7: 1, 19-37, 1999.
92- GURDOGAN T, ALPAN 0. Ankara Seker Fabrikas1 <;iftliginde Yeti~tirilen Holstein siitiisiinde silt verimine ili~kin genetik parametreler ve genetik ilerleme ln.z1. Atatiirk Universitesi Veteriner Fakiiltesi Dergisi, 37, 101-115, 1990. 93- MEJIA NA, MILAGRES JC, CASTRO ACG, GARCIA JA. Genetic and environmental factors effecting milk yield of Brown Swiss and Holstein-Friesian cows in the Central America (Houndras). Revista da Sociedade Brasileira de Zootecnia, 11: 2, 289-306, 1982. 94- KUHA K, TUMWASORN, MARKVICIBTR K, PODJANA AG. Breeding value estimation of some economically important traits in dairy cattle. Thai Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 34: (1-2), 33-38, 2001. 95- OLTENACU PA, OLSON CC, YOUNG CW. Repeatability of milk and fat yield for cows with changed environments. Journal Dairy Sci., 62: 2, 310-315, 1979. 96- LEE KL. Genetic trend and selection practiced in the registered Holstein cattle population. Dissertation Abstracts International, B. Sciences and Engineering, 44: 6, 1651-1652, 1983. 97- LEGATES JE. The North Carolina institutional breeding programme: an experiment in dairy cattle improvement. Tecnical Bulletin North Carolina Agric. Res., No:297, iv+15pp, 1992. 98- WIGGANS GR. National genetic improvement for dairy cattle in the United States. Symposium on national programmes for genetic improvement ofUS herds and flocks, ASAS midwestern meeting, Des Moines, IA, USA, March 1990. Journal of Animal Science, 69: 9, 3853-3860, 1991. 99- FOSTER WW. Response in milk yield ofHolstein cows sired by bulls selected for milk yield and type score. Journal ofDairy Science, 73: 1, 139, 1990. 100- FOSTER WW, McGILLIARD ML, JAMES RE. Association ofherd avarage genetic and environmental milk yield with dairy herd improvement variables. Journal of Dairy Science, 71: 12, 3415-3424, 1988. 101- DE JONGG. Cow populations ofleading breeding countries compared. Veepro Holland, No. 33, 20-21, 1998. 102- BARRI N, AUMANN J, GRASER HU, STOLZENBACH G. Genetic evaluation of dairy bulls from different countries and genetic trend ofmilk yield in the lO'th region in Chile. Avances en Produccion Animal, 20: (1-2), 67-73, 1995. 103- REGE J., WAKHUNGU JW. An evaluation oflong-term breeding programme in a closed Shaiwat herd in Kenya. II. Genetic and phenotypic trends and levels of inbreeding. Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics, 109, 374-384, 1992. 104- DAHLIN A, KHAN UN, ZAFAR AH, SALEEM M, CHAUDRY MA, PHILIPSSON J. Genetic and environmental causes ofvariation in milk production traits ofSahiwal cattle in Pakistan. Animal Science, 66, 307~318, 1998. 66

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