Research Group on Genetic Improvement and Global Production in Livestock Species

  • Ecuador

Organization profile

Organization profile

Implement a Genetic Improvement Program in the different livestock species, taking into account the particularities of each of them. At the same time, to continue with the investigation in levels of production, health, sustainable management and well-being in these species.
Disseminate genetically improved animals to producers in the country, at a reasonable and sustainable price.
To train and instruct producers for a better efficiency in livestock production, either through continuous training courses or through congresses and/or conferences.
To have highly qualified animals at both the production and health levels in order to be able to carry out research in fields other than genetics.
Students' access to a practical vision of the functioning of a Genetic Improvement Plan, a selection nucleus and a cross-breeding programme between different breeds.
Creation of commercial agreements with slaughterhouses or large distributors for the sale of consumer channels.

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raceways Agriculture & Biology
growth traits Agriculture & Biology
prebiotics Agriculture & Biology
oligosaccharides Agriculture & Biology
rainbow Earth & Environmental Sciences
Oncorhynchus mykiss Agriculture & Biology
mortality Earth & Environmental Sciences
fish Earth & Environmental Sciences

Projects 2015 2016

Research Output 2016 2016

  • 2 Citations
  • 1 h-Index
  • 1 Article

Effect of a prebiotic supplementation of mannan oligosaccharide on growth traits and mortality of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

Mínguez, C., Webster, P. G. & Villa, M., 30 Dec 2016, In : AACL Bioflux. p. 1260-1264 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticleResearchpeer-review

growth traits