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Feb 3, 2023 - International Livestock Research Institute
Jones, Chris; Muktar, Meki; Gari, Abel; Hanson, Jean; Negawo, Alemayehu Teressa; Domelevo Entfellner, Jean-Baka; Lee, Ki-won; Habte, Ermias, 2023, "Genetic diversity study in Napier grass collections and progeny plants", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/X9FIXB, MELDATA, V2
Genetic diversity study in Napier grass collections and progeny plants. The dataset contains genome-wide sequence tags, in FASTQ file format, generated from the genotyping of 258 Napier grass accessions on the DArTseq genotyping-by-sequencing platform. Of these, sequence tags rep...
Feb 1, 2023 - Dairy Genetics East Africa (DGEA)
Gibson, John Paul; Mwai, Ally Okeyo; Ojango, Julie; Baltenweck, Isabelle; Rao, James; Mujibi, Dennis; Poole, Elizabeth; Kemp, Steve; Mrode, Raphael, 2023, "Germplasm for Dairy Development in East Africa. Phase I: Identifying appropriate germplasm and delivery mechanisms (DGEA1) - Signature of Selection & GWAS data used in Aliloo et al 2020", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/P5BOX7, MELDATA, V4
DGEA will determine what are the most appropriate genotypes for the range of dairy production systems and levels of production operated by small-holder farmers in East Africa, and how these genotypes can be delivered to small-holders. The project partners will apply high density...
Jan 31, 2023 - International Livestock Research Institute
Schieck, Elise; Jores, Joerg; Liljander, Anne; Sacchini, Flavio; Frey, Joachim, 2023, "Development of improved vaccines against CCPP", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/3DMZRU, MELDATA, V1
Generation and sequencing of putatively attenuated mutants of Mccp strain ILRI181. Mutants can be used by scientists to understand function of genes that have been targeted.
Jan 31, 2023 - International Livestock Research Institute
Marshall, Karen; Hanotte, Olivier; Tijjani, Abdulfatai, 2023, "Genomics Reference Resource for African Cattle (GRRFAC)", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/NEHH3Q, MELDATA, V1
The Genomic Reference Resource for African Cattle (GRRFAC) initiative is aiming at harnessing the genetic resources of indigenous cattle breeds across Africa. These resources are yet to be tapped and are prerequisite for a complete characterization of local breeds diversity towar...
Jan 29, 2023 - Dairy Genetics East Africa (DGEA)
Gibson, John Paul; Mwai, Ally Okeyo; Ojango, Julie; Baltenweck, Isabelle; Rao, James; Mujibi, Dennis; Poole, Elizabeth; Kemp, Steve, 2023, "Germplasm for Dairy Development in East Africa. Phase I: Identifying appropriate germplasm and delivery mechanisms (DGEA1) - Baseline Survey", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/0NCKCK, MELDATA, V1
DGEA will determine what are the most appropriate genotypes for the range of dairy production systems and levels of production operated by small-holder farmers in East Africa, and how these genotypes can be delivered to small-holders. The project partners will apply high density...
Jan 29, 2023 - Dairy Genetics East Africa (DGEA)
Gibson, John Paul; Mwai, Ally Okeyo; Ojango, Julie; Baltenweck, Isabelle; Rao, James; Mujibi, Dennis; Poole, Elizabeth; Kemp, Steve, 2023, "Germplasm for Dairy Development in East Africa. Phase I: Identifying appropriate germplasm and delivery mechanisms (DGEA1) - Longitudinal Monitoring", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/VQQTJW, MELDATA, V2
DGEA will determine what are the most appropriate genotypes for the range of dairy production systems and levels of production operated by small-holder farmers in East Africa, and how these genotypes can be delivered to small-holders. The project partners will apply high density...
Jan 29, 2023 - Dairy Genetics East Africa (DGEA)
Gibson, John Paul; Mwai, Ally Okeyo; Ojango, Julie; Baltenweck, Isabelle; Rao, James; Mujibi, Dennis; Poole, Elizabeth; Kemp, Steve, 2023, "Germplasm for Dairy Development in East Africa. Phase I: Identifying appropriate germplasm and delivery mechanisms (DGEA1) - Animal Performance", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/UH36MD, MELDATA, V2
DGEA will determine what are the most appropriate genotypes for the range of dairy production systems and levels of production operated by small-holder farmers in East Africa, and how these genotypes can be delivered to small-holders. The project partners will apply high density...
Jan 27, 2023 - Dairy Genetics East Africa (DGEA)
Gibson, John Paul; Mwai, Ally Okeyo; Ojango, Julie; Baltenweck, Isabelle; Rao, James; Mujibi, Dennis; Poole, Elizabeth; Kemp, Steve, 2023, "Germplasm for Dairy Development in East Africa. Phase I: Identifying appropriate germplasm and delivery mechanisms (DGEA1) - Household selection", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/VCUGXE, MELDATA, V1
DGEA will determine what are the most appropriate genotypes for the range of dairy production systems and levels of production operated by small-holder farmers in East Africa, and how these genotypes can be delivered to small-holders. The project partners will apply high density...
Jan 25, 2023 - CRP Livestock Country Priority Project - Uganda
Ouma, Emily; Lukuyu, Ben; Lutakome, Pius; Hammond, James; Teufel, Nils, 2023, "MorePork - RHoMIS midline survey of smallholder pig producers in Uganda", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/DNMSKM, MELDATA, V1
The dataset covers 688 pig farming households in Central Uganda. The RHoMIS midline survey was implemented in Nov-Dec 2021 and covers household farming practices, pig productivity and income indicators, as well as adoption of best practices and technologies for the pig enterprise...
Jan 25, 2023 - CRP Livestock Country Priority Project - Tanzania
Omore, Amos; Rao, James; Omondi, Immaculate; Ojango, Julie; Mwendia, Solomon; Ngoteya, Godfrey; Jeremiah, Adolf; Urassa, Neema; Magesho, Walter; Gitau, Jennifer; Kariuki, Eunice; Teufel, Nils; Poole, Elizabeth, 2023, "Maziwa Zaidi / More Milk in Tanzania (Phase 2) - Household (Rhomis) Baseline Survey", https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.11766.1/FK2/OOJCU6, MELDATA, V1
Maziwa Zaidi Phase II (2019-2021) is centred around a catalytic core project titled “Agri-entrepreneurship, technology uptake and inclusive dairy development in Tanzania”. The project aims to catalyze uptake of “proven” dairy technology packages that improve the livelihoods of sm...
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