105- CEBECi Z. En iyi Dogrusal Yanstz Tahmin (Best Linear Unbiased Prediction) Yontemi, Yonteme iii~kin Bilgi i~lem Algoritmalan ve Yontemin Ceylanpmar Tanm i~letmesi Siyah Alaca S1gir Populasyonuna Uygulanmas1, Dok:tora Tezi, <;ukurova Universitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitiisii, Adana, 1990. 106- KUMLU S. Ti.irkiye darmzhk Siyah Alaca Suriilerinin silt verimlerinde genetik ve fenotipik yonelimler. Akdeniz Universitesi Ziraat Fakilltesi Dergisi, 12, 11-24, 1999. 107- KUOSA J. Optimisation of a selection programme for Lithuanian Black Pied cattle. Lietuvos Veterinarijos Akademijos Mokslo Darbai, 16, 8-13, 1984. 108- BRADE W. The selection and use of sires in the development ofthe German Black Pied breed in the German Democratic Republic. Archiv fur Tierzucht, 27: 3, 193211, 1984. 109- HEIMAN MM. AI data and effects of productive and reproductive performance of Israeli dairy cattle. 'On' Artificial Insemination Cooperative, Sarid. Israel, pp: 26, 1979. 110- BATRA TR. Genetic trends for milk and fat production in dairy cattle. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 59, 203-206, 1979. 111- BURNSIDE EB, RENNIE JC, BOWMAN GH. Genetic trends and selection in a dairy cattle herd. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 48, 243-250, 1968. 112- BURNSIDE EB, JANSEN GB, CIVATI G, DADATI E. Observed and theoretical genetic trends in a large dairy population under intensive selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 75, 2242-2253, 1992. 113- HARGROVE GL, LEGATES JE. Biases in dairy sire evaluation attributable to genetic trend and female selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 54, 1041-1051, 1971. 114- LEGATES JE, MYERS RM. Measuring genetic change in a dairy herd using a control population. Journal ofDairy Science, 71, 1025-1033, 1988. 115- McDANIEL BT, BELL WE. Genetic gain in milk yield from three systems of sire selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 72 (Suppl. 1), 68 (Abstr.), 1989. 116- MOYA J, WILCOX CJ, BACHMAN KC, MARTIN FG. Genetic trends in milk yield and composition in a subtropical dairy herd. Brazil Journal of Genetics, VIII, 509-521, 1985. 117- VAN TASSEL CP, VAN VLECK LD. Estimates of genetic selection differentials and generation intervals for four paths of selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 74, 1078-1086, 1991. 118- VERDE OG, WILCOX CJ, MARTIN FG, REAVES CW. Genetic trends in milk production in Florida Dairy Herd Improvement Association herds. Journal ofDairy Science, 55, 1010-1012, 1972. 119- ULUTAS Z. Estimation of genetic and phenotipic trends of 305-day milk yield for Holsteins reared at Gelemen state farm in Turkey. Indian Journal of Animal Science 72: 10, 875-877, October 2002. 120- SORNTHEP T. Genetic improvement in beefand dairy cattle in Thailand: BLUP applications through FSR/E approach. 7 th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, August 19-23, Montpellier, France, 2002. 121- RUEGSEGGER A, KOMAREK L. The performance of220 sample farms during the recording year 1July1985 to 30 June 1986. Simmentaler Fleckvieh, No:l, 2026, 1987. 122~ RUEGSEGGER A, KOMAREK L. Evaluation of records for 220 sample farms (Recording year 1. 7. 83 to 30. 6. 84). Simmentaler Fleckvieh, No: 1, 20-28, 1985. 123- GONUL T. Stgrrlarda degi~ik siit verim kontrol ve hesaplama metodlan iizerinde ara~ttrmalar. E.U. ZiraatFak:. Yay. No:177, 1971. 67



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conception Rate of Dairy Cattle in Subtropical Environment.J.Dairy Sci. 68:78-85 Bar Anan, R., Ron.M., Wiggans, G.R., 1985. Associations .Among Yield, Yield Persistency. Conception and Culling of Israel Holstein dairy cattle. Journal of Dairy Science. 68:(2)382-386 Batra, T.R., 1978. Genetic Trends for Milk and Fat Production in Dairy Cattle. Canadian J .Anim.Sci., 59:203-206 Becerril Perez, C.M.,...

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105- CEBECi Z. En iyi Dogrusal Yanstz Tahmin (Best Linear Unbiased Prediction) Yontemi, Yonteme iii~kin Bilgi i~lem Algoritmalan ve Yontemin Ceylanpmar Tanm i~letmesi Siyah Alaca S1gir Populasyonuna Uygulanmas1, Dok:tora Tezi, <;ukurova Universitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitiisii, Adana, 1990. 106- KUMLU S. Ti.irkiye darmzhk Siyah Alaca Suriilerinin silt verimlerinde genetik ve fenotipik yonelimler. Akdeniz Universitesi Ziraat Fakilltesi Dergisi, 12, 11-24, 1999. 107- KUOSA J. Optimisation of a selection programme for Lithuanian Black Pied cattle. Lietuvos Veterinarijos Akademijos Mokslo Darbai, 16, 8-13, 1984. 108- BRADE W. The selection and use of sires in the development ofthe German Black Pied breed in the German Democratic Republic. Archiv fur Tierzucht, 27: 3, 193211, 1984. 109- HEIMAN MM. AI data and effects of productive and reproductive performance of Israeli dairy cattle. 'On' Artificial Insemination Cooperative, Sarid. Israel, pp: 26, 1979. 110- BATRA TR. Genetic trends for milk and fat production in dairy cattle. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 59, 203-206, 1979. 111- BURNSIDE EB, RENNIE JC, BOWMAN GH. Genetic trends and selection in a dairy cattle herd. Canadian Journal of Animal Science, 48, 243-250, 1968. 112- BURNSIDE EB, JANSEN GB, CIVATI G, DADATI E. Observed and theoretical genetic trends in a large dairy population under intensive selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 75, 2242-2253, 1992. 113- HARGROVE GL, LEGATES JE. Biases in dairy sire evaluation attributable to genetic trend and female selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 54, 1041-1051, 1971. 114- LEGATES JE, MYERS RM. Measuring genetic change in a dairy herd using a control population. Journal ofDairy Science, 71, 1025-1033, 1988. 115- McDANIEL BT, BELL WE. Genetic gain in milk yield from three systems of sire selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 72 (Suppl. 1), 68 (Abstr.), 1989. 116- MOYA J, WILCOX CJ, BACHMAN KC, MARTIN FG. Genetic trends in milk yield and composition in a subtropical dairy herd. Brazil Journal of Genetics, VIII, 509-521, 1985. 117- VAN TASSEL CP, VAN VLECK LD. Estimates of genetic selection differentials and generation intervals for four paths of selection. Journal ofDairy Science, 74, 1078-1086, 1991. 118- VERDE OG, WILCOX CJ, MARTIN FG, REAVES CW. Genetic trends in milk production in Florida Dairy Herd Improvement Association herds. Journal ofDairy Science, 55, 1010-1012, 1972. 119- ULUTAS Z. Estimation of genetic and phenotipic trends of 305-day milk yield for Holsteins reared at Gelemen state farm in Turkey. Indian Journal of Animal Science 72: 10, 875-877, October 2002. 120- SORNTHEP T. Genetic improvement in beefand dairy cattle in Thailand: BLUP applications through FSR/E approach. 7 th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production, August 19-23, Montpellier, France, 2002. 121- RUEGSEGGER A, KOMAREK L. The performance of220 sample farms during the recording year 1July1985 to 30 June 1986. Simmentaler Fleckvieh, No:l, 2026, 1987. 122~ RUEGSEGGER A, KOMAREK L. Evaluation of records for 220 sample farms (Recording year 1. 7. 83 to 30. 6. 84). Simmentaler Fleckvieh, No: 1, 20-28, 1985. 123- GONUL T. Stgrrlarda degi~ik siit verim kontrol ve hesaplama metodlan iizerinde ara~ttrmalar. E.U. ZiraatFak:. Yay. No:177, 1971. 67

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