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Poultry Breeding and Production

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Kod przedmiotu: H.RAZa.PBP9.SM.HZOXZ Kod Erasmus / ISCED: (brak danych) / (brak danych)
Nazwa przedmiotu: Poultry Breeding and Production
Jednostka: Katedra Rozrodu, Anatomii i Genomiki Zwierząt
Grupy:
Punkty ECTS i inne: 2.00
Język prowadzenia: angielski
Skrócony opis:

The aim of the course is to provide an understanding the biology of poultry. Students will get familiar with principles of poultry genetics, breeding programs, incubation and hatchery management, brooding and rearing, feeding and housing requirements, technology of egg and broiler production, management of turkey and waterfowl.

Pełny opis:

Lectures

1. Origin of poultry species. Breeds of poultry.

2. Qualitative and quantitative genetics of poultry.

3. Genomic and bioinformatics in poultry breeding.

4. Selection strategies for layer and broiler production.

5. Laying hens: extensive, semi intensive and intensive systems.

6. Broiler production systems.

7. Avian embryo development and incubation.

8. Duck and geese production systems. Turkey management.

9. Reproductive biology of poultry.

10. Factors affecting eggs and poultry meat quality.

Lab practical’s

1. Evaluation of commercial eggs quality.

2. Slaughter value and quality of poultry meat.

3. Technology of egg incubation and rearing of chicks.

4. Broiler breeders and laying hens management.

5. Semen collection, evaluation and artificial insemination.

Literatura:

1. Crawford R.D.: Poultry Breeding and Genetics. Elsevier Science Publishing Company, New York, USA, 1990.

2. Etches R. J.: Reproduction in Poultry. CABI, Oxford, UK, 1996.

3. Leeson S., Summers J.D.: Broiler Breeder Production. University Books, Guelph, Ontario, 2000, 329 pp.

4. Nesheim M. C., Austic R. E., Card. L. E.: Poultry Production. Lea & Febiger, Philadelphia, USA, 1979.

5. Muir W.M., SE Aggrey S.E.: Poultry Genetics, Breeding and Biotechnology. CABI, Wallingford, UK, 2003.

Efekty uczenia się:

Knowledge

Characterizes by basic species, types and breeds of poultry

Describes the principles of breeding work in flocks of different poultry species

Points to the desirability of poultry genetic resources conservation

Describes the technologies for producing eggs and meat of different species of poultry

Skills

Plans and organizes the work of the different types of poultry farms and hatchery

Can obtain semen and artificial inseminate poultry

Can prepare eggs for incubation and analyze the results of hatch

An evaluate the quality of poultry products

Social competences

Creative in organizing poultry production. He skillfully manages the production of poultry

Sensitive to the welfare of the birds

Eager to expand knowledge.

Metody i kryteria oceniania:

Test of knowledge and skills (practical test).

Grade E (2.0) Student does not know the origin of poultry birds, cannot quote poultry breeds, does not know the terms of poultry genetics, selection and genomics, is unable to quote any inherited traits, does not know methods of egg and meat quality assessment, insemination techniques or artificial incubation, nestling or rearing, egg and meat production of poultry and waterfowl.

Grade D (3.0) Student knows the origin of some poultry birds, quotes poultry breeds, knows basic terms of poultry genetics, selection and genomics, is able to quote some inherited traits, describes the insemination methods and essential conditions for egg incubation, nestling and rearing and basic principles of egg and meat production of poultry and waterfowl. Knows several methods of egg and poultry meat quality assessment.

Grade C (3.5) Student knows the origin of all poultry birds, quotes and classifies poultry breeds, knows most terms of poultry genetics, selection and genomics, is able to quote some inherited traits, describes the insemination methods and essential conditions for egg incubation, nestling or rearing and basic principles of egg and meat production of poultry and waterfowl. Is able to apply several methods of egg and poultry meat quality assessment.

Grade B (4.0) Student analyses the origin of all poultry birds, classifies and describes poultry breeds, knows terms of poultry genetics, selection and genomics, analyses inherited bird traits, describes the insemination technique and essential conditions for egg incubation, and explains their effect on incubation results. Analyses the methods of rearing, egg and meat production of poultry and waterfowl. Knows and is able to apply methods of egg and poultry meat quality assessment.

Grade B+ (4.5) Student analyses and justifies the theories of poultry birds origin, matches poultry breeds to production profile, defines terms of poultry genetics, selection and genomics, analyses inherited bird traits, explains the way of inheriting bird utility traits, describes the insemination technique and conditions for egg incubation, justifies their effect on incubation results. Compares the methods of rearing, egg and meat production of poultry and waterfowls. Knows and is able to apply methods of egg and poultry meat quality assessment, estimates the results.

Grade A (5.0) Student justifies and interprets the theories of poultry birds origin, matches and justifies the selection of poultry breeds to production profile, interprets and explains terms of poultry genetics, selection and genomics, explains the way of inheriting bird utility traits and illustrates their effect on bird production performance. Estimates the insemination and incubation techniques and compares their efficiency with natural methods. Compares and suggests modifications of the methods of rearing, egg and meat production of poultry and waterfowls depending on the circumstances. Knows and is able to apply methods of egg and poultry meat quality assessment, suggests modifications for various species.

Zajęcia w cyklu "Semestr letni 2019/2020" (zakończony)

Okres: 2020-02-24 - 2020-09-30
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Typ zajęć: Ćwiczenia laboratoryjne, 15 godzin więcej informacji
Wykład, 10 godzin więcej informacji
Koordynatorzy: Krzysztof Andres, Małgorzata Gumułka, Marcin Lis
Prowadzący grup: (brak danych)
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Zaliczenie: Egzamin
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