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Breeding is sexual reproduction that produces offspring, usually animals or plants. It can only occur between a male and a female animal or plant.

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Organizations relating to Breeding

International Society for Oil Palm Breeders / Est. 1983
International Breeding Consortium for St Vincent Parrot
International Federation of Goat Breeding / Est. 1925
International Livestock Breeders Council
International Morab Breeders Association / Est. 1986
World Congress on Sheep and Cattle Breeding
West Indies Sugarcane Breeding and Evaluation Network
International Pinzgauer Cattle Breeders Association
International Borzoi Council / Est. 1986
Institute of Tropics and Subtropics, Prague / Est. 1961
International Aviculturists Society
Monitoring Institute for Rare Breeds and Seeds in Europe / Est. 1995
Hotot Rabbit Breeders International / Est. 1979
International Flax Breeding Research Group
International Sphynx Breeders and Fanciers' Association / Est. 1990
European Fur Breeders Association / Est. 1968
Seeds Action Network International / Est. 1985
International Association of Breeders and Distributors of Ornamental Plant Varieties / Est. 1970
International Rice Genebank / Est. 1977
Association of European Horticultural Breeders
Union européenne de défense des éleveurs de chiens et de chats
Rare Breeds International / Est. 1991
International Society for the Protection and Breeding of Aurochs / Est. 1928
Spanish-Barb Breeders Association International / Est. 1972
Association internationale des sélectionneurs de plantes de grande culture

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World Problems relating to Breeding

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Threatened species of Equidae
Uncontrolled dogs
Decreasing genetic diversity of animals
Declining breeds of cultivated plants
Human eugenics
Sexual manipulation of domestic animals and plants
Disturbance of reproductive cycles of wildlife
Limited availability of cross-breeding techniques
Underutilized animal genetic resources
Forced motherhood

Action Strategies relating to Breeding

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Conserving endangered species of farm animals
Exploring hybrid seed varieties
Breeding plants
Increasing genetic strength of domestic animals
Disrupting animal breeding grounds
Establishing an early warning system for endangered animal breeds
Making breeding and fattening sites
Initiating breed development strategies
Improving economic cattle breeding
Beginning scientific cattle breeding
Breeding disease-resistant plants
Breeding cattle
Abstaining from animal breeding
Establishing a database for indigenous livestock breeds
Choosing indigenous breeds for development

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