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Aleutian mink disease virus infection may cause hair depigmentation 35/4/55 Farid A.H., Ferns L.E. Reviewed article Aleutian mink disease virus, Hair depigmentation, Histopathology, Mink, Polymerase chain reaction
Genetics of behaviour in the silver fox 35/4/61 Kukekova A.V., Temnykh S.V., Johnson J.L., Trut L.N., Acland G.M. Mamm. Genome., 2011: Nov 23. [Epub ahead of print]
WelFur – Foxes: State of affairs in autumn 2011 35/4/64 Huuki H., Hovland A.L., Koistinen T., Mononen J., Ahola L. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 1 p. Authors’ abstract
WelFur: Stereotypic Behaviour in Silver foxes and Blue foxes in Norway and Finland during the Whelping Season 35/4/64 Ahola L., Huuki H., Hovland A.L., Koistinen T., Mononen J. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 5 pp. Authors’ abstrac
Competition capacity, social preference and behaviour in farmed silver fox vixens (Vulpes vulpes) 35/4/65 Hovland A.L., Akre A.K. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 1 pp. Authors’ abstract
Euthanasia in farmed mink (Mustela vison): a questionnaire study 35/4/66 Korhonen H.T., Sepponen J., Eskeli P. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 5 pp. Authors’ abstract
Effect of different dietary fat: carbohydrate ratio on fur characteristics in mink and silver foxes 35/4/66 Ahlstrøm Ø. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 6 pp. Authors’ abstrac
The effect of fat content of blue fox feed on skin quality during growing-furring period 35/4/66 Koskinen N., Sepponen J., Mikkola T. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 1 p. Authors’ abstract
Genetic parameters of pelt character, feed efficiency and size traits in the blue fox (Alopex lagopus) 35/4/67 Kempe R., Koskinen N., Strandén I. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 8 pp. Authors’ abstrac
QTL-mapping in mink (Neovison vison) shows evidence for QTL for guard hair thickness, guard hair length and skin length 35/4/68 Thirstrup J., Laboriau R.S., Guldbrandtsen B., Anistoroaei R.M., Christesen K., Fredholm M., Nielsen V.H. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 8 pp. Authors’ abstract
Life cycle assessment of mink and fox pelts produced in Finland 35/4/68 Silvenius F., Koskinen N., Kurppa S., Rekilä T. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 4 pp. Authors’ abstract
Body condition in mink (Neovison vison) is inherited 35/4/68 Hansen B.K., Rouvinen-Watt K., Møller S.H. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 1 p. Authors’ abstract
Feeding intensity and body condition of young blue fox vixens, effect on the breeding resu 35/4/69 Koskinen N., Sepponen J., Tauson A.-H. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 2 pp. Authors’ abstract
Selection on numbers of active (mammary) nipples is effective High number of nipples is beneficial and heritable 35/4/69 de Rond J., Kleyn van Willigen F.C. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 7 pp. Authors’ abstrac
Causes of death in mink kits from birth to the end of Jul 35/4/70 Clausen T. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 10 pp. Authors’ abstract
Kit performance and behaviour between 30 and 50 days of age when easy access to drinking water. Drinking water in/near nest box for better welfare female and kits 35/4/70 de Rond J., Kleyn van Willigen F.C. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 9 pp. Authors’ abstract
Effect of active mammary nipples on kit growth and female condition in second part of the lactation period 35/4/71 de Rond J., Kleyn van Willigen F.C. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 6 pp. Authors’ abstract
The incidence of wounds and injuries in mink production systems 35/4/72 Møller S.H. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 1p. Authors’ abstract
Preliminary results from testing a fast method for differentiation between P. Aeruginosa and E. Coli hermorrhagic pneumonia in mink 35/4/73 Salomonsen C.M. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 6 pp. Authors’ abstract
The follow up of black spots in subcutis of mink skins in the Netherlands 35/4/73 Kleyn van Willigen F.C:, de Rond J., Boekhorst L. NJF-Seminar no. 450, Knivsta, Sweden. November 2011, 8 pp. Authors’ abstract
A review of mink farming practices in Chin 35/3/27 Sha L., Xu Y.P., Jin L.J. Reviewed article China; farming; fur animals; mink
Construction of an American mink bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) library and sequencing candidate genes important for the fur industry 35/3/37 Anistoroaei R., ten Hallers B., Nefedov M., Christensen K., de Jong P. BMC Genomics, 2011: 12, 354.
Anchoring the dog to its relatives reveals new evolutionary breakpoints across 11 species of the Canidae and provides new clues for the role of B chromosomes 35/3/37 Duke Becker S.E., Thomas R., Trifonov V.A., Wayne R.K., Graphodatsky A.S., Breen M. Chromosome Res, 2011: Sep 27. [Epub ahead of print]
Inbreeding affects fecundity of American mink (Neovison vison) in Danish farm mink 35/3/38 Demontis D., Larsen P.F., Baekgaard H., Sønderup M., Hansen B.K., Nielsen V.H., Loeschcke V., Zalewski A., Zalewska H., Pertoldi C. Anim Genet, 2011: 42(4), 437-9, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2052.2010.02155.x. Epub 2011 Feb 6.
Two candidate genes (FTO and INSIG2) for fat accumulation in four canids: chromosome mapping, gene polymorphisms and association studies of body and skin weight of red foxes 35/3/38 Grzes M., Szczerbal I., Fijak-Nowak H., Szydlowski M., Switonski M. Cytogenet Genome Res, 2011: 135(1), 25-32. Epub 2011 Aug 12.