WELCOME TO RBI: RARE BREEDS INTERNATIONAL
Working together to build a sustainable future for endangered native breeds
RBI: Rare Breeds International constitutes an international non-profit association governed by the following bylaws; the 1/2002 Spanish Organic Law, 22nd March that regulates the right for association, the Spanish Constitution, the remaining existing legislations and national and international legal systems in the necessary terms that apply to its functions and scope.
HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER OR RENEW MY SUSCRIPTION TO RBI?
Founding members · Corporate members · Direct numerary members · Integrated members · Honorary members
Becoming a member of the RBI: Rare Breeds International Association is either possible directly as natural persons or indirectly, as corporate members because of being a member of the regional and national institutions integrated with their own legal status. In all cases, members must compulsorily have full capacity to act and fulfill the conditions set out in the statutes of the association.
Library of documents, calls, reports and so on.
Delgado Bermejo, J.V.; Martínez Martínez, M.A.; Rodríguez Galván, G.; Stemmer, A.; Navas González, F.J.; Camacho Vallejo, M.E. Organization and Management of Conservation Programs and Research in Domestic Animal Genetic Resources. Diversity 2019, 11, 235.
6 of December of 2019
Daetwyler, H.D.; Capitan, A.; Pausch, H.; Stothard, P.; Van Binsbergen, R.; Brøndum, R.F.; Liao, X.; Djari, A.; Rodriguez, S.C.; Grohs, C. Whole-genome sequencing of 234 bulls facilitates mapping of monogenic and complex traits in cattle. Nature genetics 2014, 46, 858.
13 of July of 2014
Department of Genetics. C5 Building -Gregor Mendel- Ground floor. Rabanales University Campus. University of Córdoba. CP 14071, Córdoba (Spain).