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Reproductive changes of the wild boar (Sus Scrofa Ll.) in Croatia based on hybridization


Šprem, Nikica; Treer, Tomislav; Florijančić, Tihomir; Čurik, Ino
Reproductive changes of the wild boar (Sus Scrofa Ll.) in Croatia based on hybridization // Divji prašič : zbornik prispevkov 2. slovensko-hrvaškega posveta z mednarodno udeležbo o upravljanju z divjadjo / Poličnik, Helena ; Pokorny, Boštjan (ur.).
Velenje: ERICo, 2010. str. 43-44 (predavanje, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, znanstveni)


Naslov
Reproductive changes of the wild boar (Sus Scrofa Ll.) in Croatia based on hybridization

Autori
Šprem, Nikica ; Treer, Tomislav ; Florijančić, Tihomir ; Čurik, Ino

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, znanstveni

Izvornik
Divji prašič : zbornik prispevkov 2. slovensko-hrvaškega posveta z mednarodno udeležbo o upravljanju z divjadjo / Poličnik, Helena ; Pokorny, Boštjan - Velenje : ERICo, 2010, 43-44

Skup
Slovensko-hrvaški posvet o upravljanju z divjadjo (2 ; 2011)

Mjesto i datum
Velenje, Slovenija, 17.-18.09.2010

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Predavanje

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Croatia; hybridization; microsatellite; reproductive; Sus scrofa

Sažetak
Recent increases in wild boar (Sus scrofa, Linnaeus 1758) population in Croatia have necessitated an evaluation of the current reproductive performance of the species. This study was conducted in 6 Croatian counties over a 4-year period, where we analyzed 212 female reproductive variations and the genetic structure. The age distribution indicated a relatively young population: 69% of the examined animals were younger than 2 years, and nearly 85% of juvenile female animals were pregnant. The average number of fetuses was 6.49 per animal, and trend for the increase in fetuses spread from the western (5.55) across the eastern (6.42) to the central region (7.13) of Croatia. The phenotypic appearance of some wild boars indicated hybridization between wild boars and domestic pigs. However, the estimated proportion of domestic pigs based on microsatellite information was negligible (highest in central region of Croatia 3.4%). Changes in reproductive dynamics, the number of fetuses and active tits, and the early age of the first pregnancy strongly suggest that fertility traits of domestic pig breeds were acquired by wild boar population. Our results confirmed that different stages of wild boar hybridization with domestic pigs are detectable in some different regions, therefore in the future big changes in the management of wild boar in Croatia must be made.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Poljoprivreda (agronomija)



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Projekt / tema
178-1782739-2746 - Biološki aspekti u slatkovodnom ribarstvu i lovstvu (Tomislav Treer, )

Ustanove
Agronomski fakultet, Zagreb