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  • ISSN: 2040-4700 (Print), 2040-4719 (Online)
  • Editor: Professor Cledwyn Thomas
  • Editorial board
Advances in Animal Biosciences is an associated publication to the journal animal. It aims to publish high-quality conference, symposium and workshop proceedings about animal-related aspects of the life sciences with emphasis on farmed and other managed animals. These can be in the form of a book of abstracts, summaries or complete papers. The format will highlight the title of the meeting and organisations involved but the publications will have the added advantage of forming a series under Advances in Animal Biosciences. Subject areas can include aspects of Breeding and Genetics, Nutrition, Physiology and Functional Biology of Systems, Behaviour, Health and Welfare, Livestock Farming Systems, Human Health and Product Quality. However, due to the integrative nature of biological systems, monographs and conference proceedings dealing with the translation of basic and strategic science into the whole animal and farming system and the impact on Productivity, Product Quality, Food Security, the Environment, Climate Change and Humans will be particularly welcome.

Recent issues


From the animal blog

  • A promising approach to optimize pig genomics
  • 11 October 2018, Zeny Feng
  • The animal article of the month for November is ‘Genotype imputation from various low-density SNP panels and its impact on accuracy of genomic breeding values The rapid increase in the world population, which is expected to reach 9.8 billion in 2050, needs to be accompanied by a substantial increase in food production.…...
  • Changes in livestock farming required
  • 14 September 2018, Gesa Busch, Matthias Gauly and Achim Spiller
  • The animal article of the month for October is ‘Opinion paper: What needs to be changed for successful future livestock farming in Europe?’ The authors of this opinion paper formulate that the future success of the European livestock farming sector is at a critical stage, at least if success includes besides positive economic output, non-market values such as public acceptance of practices and sustainability issues.…...
  • Genomics in heavy pigs unravels a dry-cured ham tale of quality and tradition
  • 15 August 2018, Luca Fontanesi
  • The animal article of the month for September is ‘Genome wide association studies for seven production traits highlight genomic regions useful to dissect dry-cured Heavy pig production chains are very important sources of niche pork products, particularly in several European countries with long traditions in processed products.…...
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