Livestock Meteorology

edited by: GSLHV Prasada Rao
ISBN: 9789385516870 | Binding: Hardback | Pages: 540 | Language: English | Year of Publishing: 2017
Length: 152 mm | Breadth: 36.4 mm | Height: 229 mm | Imprint: NIPA | Weight: 970 GMS
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 The role of weather and climate in animal husbandry and livestock production is significant. Climate influences the adaptability of animals in a specific region, while weather impacts their health and daily performance. This book comprises a total of twenty-seven chapters, encompassing fundamental aspects of atmospheric phenomena and their applications in animal agriculture. In summary, the textbook covers essential concepts of livestock meteorology, the effects of various weather elements and indices on animal physiology, the significance of microclimate modification, livestock advisories based on weather forecasts, the effects of weather and climate on diseases, including the impact of UV radiation, meteorological instruments, units, and calculations, statistical methods in livestock meteorology, and the climatology of India. This publication is unique and serves as a valuable resource for students, faculty members, researchers, scientists, and students of animal husbandry, livestock meteorology, climate science, and climate change. It will prove to be a useful reference material for anyone interested in understanding the impact of weather and climate on animal husbandry and livestock management. The editors hope that the textbook will be widely read and discussed among the scientific community in the field of climate change and animal agriculture.

1. Introduction to Livestock Meteorology G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao 2. Weather and Climate Concepts in Livestock Environment P.S.N. Sastry 3. Role of Biometeorology in Livestock V.Sejian, R.Bhatta and S.M.K.Naqvi 4. Microclimate and Animal Husbandry John Abraham 5. Role of Weather in Livestock Management AVR Krishna Rao 6. Thermal Indices and Dairy Cattle Management A. Prasad, A. Kannan and V.L. Gleeja 7. Weather Extremes and Livestock Production Under Humid Tropics V. Sejian, G. Krishnan, M. Bagath, Lipismita Samal, N.M. Soren, P.K. Malik and R. Bhatta 8. Different Heat Stress Indices to Quantify Stress Response in Livestock and Poultry Lipismita Samal, V. Sejian, M. Bagath, G. Krishnan, A. Manimaran and R. Bhatta 9. Temperature Effects on Milk Composition and Production in Livestock V.P. Maurya, Gyanendra Singh, V. Sejian and Mihir Sarkar 10. Temperature Regulation and Heat Exchange Mechanism Under Environmental Stress in Farm Animals Gyanendra Singh, V. P. Maurya and V. Sejian 11. Physiology of Stress in Animals Z.A. Pampori 12. Assessment of Stress in Livestock G. Girish Varma 13. Modeling of Greenhouse Gases and Its Significance in Livestock Farms V. Sejian, M.Bagath, G.Krishnan, Lipismita Samal and R. Bhatta 14. UV Radiation and Sunburns on Animals N. Divakaran Nair 15. Impact of Climate on Foot and Mouth Disease Janus, A, Saravanan Subramaniam and Shivakumar Rekhyanaik 16. Effect of Climate on Animal Diseases T.N. Balasubramanian and A Rajendran 17. Weather Forecasting and Livestock Advisory G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao 18. ITK Tools for Weather Forecasting Through Biological Indicators S. Biju 19. Indian Climatology M. Satya Kumar 20. Meteorological Instruments for Livestock Management B.V.S.Amatya 21. Automatic Weather Station and UV-Biometer G.S.L.H.V. Prasada Rao 22. Units and Computations C.S. Gopakumar and GSLHV Prasada Rao 23. Statistical Methods in Livestock Meteorology K.A. Mercey and T. Unnikrishnan 24. Impact of Climate on Livestock M. Satya Kumar and U. Sarveswara Rao 25. Heat Stress Management in Poultry Vimal Antony 26. Role of Climate in Reproductive Pattern of Small Ruminants in the Humid Tropics C. Ibraheem Kutty 27. Diseases and Climate Change P.V. Tresamol, K. Devada, M. Mini, Syamala, and Elizabeth Kurien

 
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