According to the Resource Allocation Theory, an individual's
genetic potential can only be realized in an environment in which
essential food resources are adequately supplied. This book
describes resource allocation patterns in natural populations, the
costs, preferences and trade-offs of maintenance, growth,
reproduction and immune function, the consequences of selection for
high production efficiency in livestock species, methods that can
be used to quantify resource allocation patterns, and the
application of resource allocation theory to improve animal
production and wellbeing.
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