N. M. Fogarty mostly deals with Animal science, Crossbreed, Reproduction, Litter and Wool. Animal science is closely attributed to Genotype in his study. His Reproduction study incorporates themes from Genetic correlation, Flock and Heritability.
His study looks at the relationship between Heritability and topics such as Maternal effect, which overlap with Genetic model, Econometrics, Confidence interval, Statistics and Standard error. The Litter study combines topics in areas such as Breed, Birth weight and Domestic sheep reproduction. His research in Texel tackles topics such as Carcass weight which are related to areas like Carcass composition.
Animal science, Heritability, Crossbreed, Reproduction and Flock are his primary areas of study. His work in Animal science tackles topics such as Biotechnology which are related to areas like Drought tolerance. His Heritability research integrates issues from Genetic correlation and Maternal effect.
His studies deal with areas such as Fecundity, Genetic variation and Pasture as well as Crossbreed. His Reproduction research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Statistics, Agronomy and Eye muscle. In his research on the topic of Flock, Genotype is strongly related with Carcass weight.
N. M. Fogarty spends much of his time researching Animal science, Flock, Biotechnology, Heritability and Drought tolerance. His study in the field of Meat tenderness also crosses realms of Polyunsaturated fatty acid. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Sire, Intramuscular fat, Live weight and Reproduction.
His work focuses on many connections between Reproduction and other disciplines, such as Breed, that overlap with his field of interest in Domestic sheep reproduction. His Heritability research incorporates themes from Crossbreed and Threshold model. His Crossbreed research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Genetic correlation and Animal breeding.
His primary scientific interests are in Biotechnology, Heritability, Reproduction, Flock and Animal science. N. M. Fogarty interconnects Confounding and Drought tolerance in the investigation of issues within Heritability. His Confounding research includes themes of Linear model, Genetic gain, Epigenetics and Threshold model.
N. M. Fogarty performs multidisciplinary study on Epigenetics and Inefficiency in his works. Other disciplines of study, such as Wool and Breeding program, are mixed together with his Drought tolerance studies. Breed, Temperament and Domestic sheep reproduction are fields of study that overlap with his Trait research.
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A review of genetic parameter estimates for wool, growth, meat and reproduction traits in sheep
E. Safari;N. Fogarty;Arthur R Gilmour.
Livestock Production Science (2005)
Genetic parameters for live weight, fat and muscle measurements, wool production and reproduction in sheep: a review
Animal Breeding Abstracts (United Kingdom) (1995)
Diverse lamb genotypes-2. Meat pH, colour and tenderness.
D.L. Hopkins;N.M. Fogarty.
Meat Science (1998)
Diverse lamb genotypes. 3. Eating quality and the relationship between its objective measurement and sensory assessment
E. Safari;N.M. Fogarty;G.R. Ferrier;L.D. Hopkins.
Meat Science (2001)
The information nucleus-a new concept to enhance sheep industry genetic improvement
N M Fogarty;Robert Banks;Julius Herman Van Der Werf;Alex Ball.
Genetic improvement: making it happen. Proceedings of the Seventeenth Conference of the Association for the Advancement of Animal Breeding and Genetics, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia, 23rd - 26th September 2007. (2007)
Genetic correlations among and between wool, growth and reproduction traits in Merino sheep
E Safari;N M Fogarty;A R Gilmour;K D Atkins.
Journal of Animal Breeding and Genetics (2007)
Lamb production from diverse genotypes. 1. Lamb growth and survival and ewe performance
N. M. Fogarty;D. L. Hopkins;R. van de Ven.
Animal Science (2000)
Across population genetic parameters for wool, growth, and reproduction traits in Australian Merino sheep. 2. Estimates of heritability and variance components
E. Safari;N. M. Fogarty;A. R. Gilmour;K. D. Atkins.
Crop & Pasture Science (2007)
Genetic parameters for reproduction and lamb production and their components and liveweight, fat depth and wool production in Hyfer sheep
NM Fogarty;LD Brash;AR Gilmour.
Crop & Pasture Science (1994)
Genetic parameters for ultrasound fat depth and eye muscle measurements in live Poll Dorset sheep
AR Gilmour;AF Luff;NM Fogarty;R Banks.
Crop & Pasture Science (1994)
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