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Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production

a seminar in the CEC programme of coordination of research on beef production, held in Toulouse, France, June 1-12, 1980
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Nijhoff for the Commission of the European Communities, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Kluwer Boston , The Hague, Boston, Hingham, MA
Cattle -- Physiology -- Congresses, Muscles -- Hypertrophy -- Congresses, Beef cattle -- Congresses, Cattle -- Genetics -- Congresses, Cattle -- Breeding -- Congr
Statementsponsored by the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for Agriculture, Coordination of Agricultural Research ; edited by J.W.B. King, F. Ménissier.
SeriesCurrent topics in veterinary medicine and animal science ;, v. 16
ContributionsKing, J. W. B., Ménissier, F., Commission of the European Communities. Coordination of Agricultural Research.
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LC ClassificationsSF768.2.C3 M87 1982
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 658 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3482735M
ISBN 109024726379
LC Control Number82002136

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Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production A Seminar in the CEC Programme of Coordination of Research on Beef Production held in Toulouse, France, June 1–12, Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production A Seminar in the CEC Programme of Coordination of Research on Beef Production held in Toulouse, France, June 1–12, Editors: King, J.W., Ménissier, F.

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Coordination of Agricultural Research.;]. () in Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and Its Use to Improve Beef Production, eds King J W B, Ménissier F (Nijhoff, The Hague, The Netherlands), pp – Lee S-J () Mol Endocrinol 4: –pmid: Cited by: Bergström P.L., Oostendorp D.

() Muscular Hypertrophy and its Significance for Beef Production in the Netherlands. In: King J.W.B., Ménissier F.

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(eds) Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production. Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, vol Springer, DordrechtCited by: 1.

Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production. Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production pp Discussion. In: King J.W.B., Ménissier F. (eds) Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production.

Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine and Animal. In: King J.W.B., Ménissier F. (eds) Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production. Current Topics in Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, vol Springer, Dordrecht. J.W.B. King, F. Menissier (Eds.), Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production, The Hague, Boston (), pp.

Google Scholar 5. In Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production (ed. JWB King and F Menissier), pp. – Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague, The Netherlands. Hartman, L, Shorland, FB   Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production. Edited by: King JWB, Ménissier F.The Hague:.

Piétrain is a Belgian breed of domestic is native to Wallonia, and takes its name from the village of Piétrain in the municipality of Jodoigne in Walloon Brabant, in northern first appeared in aboutand received recognition as a breed in Its origins are not clear; it has been suggested that the farmers of Piétrain may have recognised, and selectively.

Get this from a library. Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its use to Improve Beef Production: a Seminar in the CEC Programme of Coordination of Research on Beef Production held in Toulouse, France, June[J W B King; F Ménissier] -- This publication contains the proceedings of a seminar held in Toulouse, France, on 10th, 11th and.

Fourteen muscles from a normal week-old Friesian heifer and from its week-old half-sister, which showed the pronounced muscle hypertrophy of ‘doppelender’ cattle, were analysed for moisture, hydroxyproline, sodium, potassium, total nitrogen, and intramuscular fat: the iodine number of the latter was determined.

Hypertrophy is an increase and growth of muscle cells.

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Hypertrophy refers to an increase in muscular size achieved through exercise. When you work out, if you want to tone or improve muscle. In: King JWB, Ménissier F (eds) Muscle Hypertrophy of Genetic Origin and its Use to Improve Beef Production, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, The Hague, pp – Google Scholar Huttley GA, Smith.

Cattle with muscular hypertrophy (Piemontese and crossbred Piemontese×Friesian), typical meat animals, had lower concentrations of IGF-1 and insulin than animals without muscular hypertrophy. Such differences in IGF-1 and insulin concentrations due to genetically different groups or age confirm the results of research on other breeds.

Author(s): Commission of the European Communities. Coordination of Agricultural Research. Title(s): Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production: a seminar in the CEC Programme of Coordination of Research on Beef Production held in Toulouse, France, June/ sponsored by the Commission of the European.

We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our websites. Close this message to accept cookies. An exceptional muscle development commonly referred to as ‘double-muscled’ (Fig.

1) has been seen in several cattle breeds and has attracted considerable attention from beef producers. Double. King J. & Menissier F. Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production.

– (Martinus nijhoff publishers, London, ). Kanis E., De Greef K. H., Hiemstra A. & van Arendonk J. Breeding for societally important traits in pigs. J Anim – (). Muscular hypertrophy as a racial characteristic: the case of the Belgian Blue breed.

In Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production (eds King J. B., Menissier F., editors.), pp. – London, UK: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. Genetic factors influence the rate and quantity of muscle growth for an individual throughout his or her resistance training program.

According to Vladimir M. Zatsiorsky and William J. Kraemer, authors of "Science and Practice of Strength Training," muscle growth is influenced by muscle fiber type, fat distribution, hormone levels and the quality and duration of your exercise program.

King, J. & Menissier, F. Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production. – (Martinus nijhoff publishers, London, ). Macroscopic Scale. Skeletal muscle consists of approximately 90% muscle fibers and 10% of connective and fat tissues.

The connective tissue in skeletal muscle is divided into the endomysium, which surrounds each muscle fiber, the perimysium, which surrounds bundles of muscle fibers, and the epimysium, which surrounds the muscle as a whole [4, 5].

Timothy J. Parkinson, David E. Noakes, in Veterinary Reproduction and Obstetrics (Tenth Edition), Muscular Hypertrophy (“Double Muscling”).

Certain breeds of cattle, mainly beef, have a high frequency of muscular hypertrophy (double muscling).The condition is of genetic origin, resulting from mutations of the myostatin (Growth Differentiation Factor 8) gene.

Pasture-based beef production systems may influence muscle characteristics and gene expression. In Indicators of milk and beef quality (eds Hocquette, JF and Gigli, S), EAAP Publicationpp.

Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen, The Netherlands. How to Train Your Fast Twitch Muscle Fibers for Ultimate Hypertrophy. Heavy, progressive overload on the body’s largest and strongest muscle groups is the winning formula for stimulating muscle hypertrophy.

This is achieved by lifting heavy weight with shorter rest times and gradually increasing the weight over time. This is the type of. Muscle hypertrophy in children can be seen in the myotonias, hypothyroidism, Isaacs syndrome, Schwartz-Jampel syndrome, some cases of spinal muscular atrophy, and limb girdle dystrophies, dystrophinopathies, and other myopathies.

Dystrophin is a large molecule of kDa, the deficiency of which is caused by several mutations of the dystrophin gene, presenting with. In ‘Muscle hypertrophy of genetic origin and its use to improve beef production’. (Eds JWB King, F Ménissier) pp.

23– (Martinus Nijhoff Publishers: The Hague) Meuwissen THE, Goddard ME () The use of marker haplotypes in animal breeding schemes.

Genetics, Selection, Evolut –   Double muscling has been described in several breeds of cattle [5,6,15–17] and muscular hypertrophy (an increase in muscle-fiber size) has been described in sheep.

Muscular hypertrophy has also been described in the domestic cat [ 18 ]; however, a deficiency in dystrophin is the cause in this species rather than a mutation in MSTN.

Muscle hypertrophy. Muscle hypertrophy occurs uncommonly in several neurogenic disorders, more often months after L5-S1 radiculopathies (Lapresle et al., ). Causes of neurogenic muscle hypertrophy include neuropathies, radiculopathies, spinal muscular atrophy, and post-polio syndrome.

Its pathogenesis varies in different circumstances.Muscle hypertrophy involves an increase in size of skeletal muscle through a growth in size of its component factors contribute to hypertrophy: sarcoplasmic hypertrophy, which focuses more on increased muscle glycogen storage; and myofibrillar hypertrophy, which focuses more on increased myofibril size.Myostatin (also known as growth differentiation factor 8, abbreviated GDF-8) is a myokine, a protein produced and released by myocytes that acts on muscle cells' autocrine function to inhibit myogenesis: muscle cell growth and humans it is encoded by the MSTN gene.

Myostatin is a secreted growth differentiation factor that is a member of the TGF beta protein .