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Collection Overview
 General Overview (Drilldown)
 Compare Taxonomies
 Compare Collection to Industry
 List Animals by Species
Tools for Decision Support
 Animal Request Decision Tool
 Compare Animals
 Coefficient of Relationship
Germplasm Donation
Germplasm Request
Project Home Page

The links on the left provide information about the collection and how to donate or request collection material. The following briefly describes the links on the left:

Collection Overview
General Overview (Drilldown): Uses a drilldown format that allows you to see the collection by species, breed, line, and individual. You can also specify tissue type (blood, semen or embryos);
Individuals : Skips the drilldown format if you want to search for a specific animal, but you will need the Repository ID or an association registration number;
Trends : Provides a look at how the entire collection has changed over time, or by species;
Protocols : Describes collection and cryopreservation procedures;
Compare Taxonomies : Allows the user to compare two taxonomies within the repository;
Compare Collection to Industry : Allows the user to compare a taxonomy in the repository to the same taxonomy in the industry to see how well the repository reflects the population;
List Animals by Species : Allows the user to generate a list by species of all animals in the repository;
Tools for Decision Support
  src= Animal Request Decision Tool : Allows the user to search for animals that meet their criteria in order to make a germplasm request;
Compare Animals : Allows the user to compare two or more animals;
Pedigree Pedigree : Surf the pedigree of an animal in the repository;
Coefficient of Relationship : Look at relationships between animals in the repository;
Germplasm Donation : Provides an overview of how germplasm can be donated to the program;
Germplasm Request : Describes the process for requesting collection material and provides an online form to make requests. It is a collection meant to be used by livestock producers, breeders in the public and private sector, and by researchers performing DNA research!
Contact : For questions about the Mexican Animal Germplasm program please contact Dr. José Fernando De La Torre Sánchez by email