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Location: Haszonálat Genebank in Gödöllő, Part 1

Location: Haszonálat Genebank in Gödöllő, Part 1

From content broadcast April 8.

On Monday, we go to a bank where they don't keep money or gold, and farmers don't line up for loans. Our place is the farm animal gene bank in Gödöllő, where the gene pool of ancient Hungarian animal breeds is preserved, which once lost cannot be replaced. Where do they get the samples, whether it's a Transylvanian turkey, a hemp-seed hen, a bald-necked hen, or a ripple-backed goose? How are genes preserved by artificial insemination, how can a rooster be taught to donate sperm, and how can the characteristics to be preserved be fully transmitted to the offspring if it is not possible to freeze the eggs? How long can genetic material stored at minus 196 degrees be used? How do the gene preservation techniques developed here, which are recognized around the world, work? Come with us to the National Center for Biodiversity's Gödöllő facility, where we also talked to the rumored wild turkeys. Next week we'll learn about gray cattle, buffalo and giant rabbits.

Location – Kossuth Radio – Monday, April 8, 11:00 AM

Editor: Maria Wagner
Host: Anita Buck

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