- Ferebee Taube. // Town & Country;Sep2008 Supplement, p16
Several photographs of the fashion accessories including necklace, raccoon jacket, and tailored cashmere coat, are presented.
- The Crisis in Cashmere. Mead, Rebecca // New Yorker;02/01/99, Vol. 74 Issue 44, p56
Focuses on the abundance of cashmere in the mass market in Mongolia. Number of cashmere sweaters imported by the United States in 1998; Evolution cashmere; Two factors that led to the worldwide drop in the price of cashmere; Information on the life story of Munkhzorig, herder of cashmere goats;...
- Sustainable Livestock Development in Mongolia. Dashnyam, Nachin // International Review for Environmental Strategies;Winter2003, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p287
Dust (yellow) storms are becoming a serious environmental problem in the Asia-Pacific region. Being part of this region, Mongolia is beginning to experience the consequences of global warming and climate change, as well as having its own impact on the natural environment. With the transition to...
- 10 EXTRAORDINARY YEARS IN SEARCH OF WILD FIBERS! // Wild Fibers;2013 10th Anniversary, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p24
In this article the author shares her experience of contributing to the periodical for 10 years and traveling to some of the most remote parts of the planet. The author further discusses her trip to Johnston's of Elgin Cashmere in Scotland, first Alaskan trip, and first flight from Delhi to Leh...
- Pashmina Goats Perishing in Heavy Snow on Indian Frontier. PAHALWAN, ASHOK // News India Times;3/1/2013, Vol. 44 Issue 9, p16
The article reports that heavy snowfall around the nomadic areas of Changthang on the Sino-Indian frontier of the Ladakh region in the state of Jammu and Kashmir, India has resulted in death of 1000s of Pashmina goats.
- Cashmere galore from gene-edited goats. Le Page, Michael // New Scientist;10/29/2016, Vol. 232 Issue 3097, p9
The article focuses on the use of CRISPR genetic editing methods in Shanbei goats that produce cashmere to disable the FGF5 gene which limits the growth of hair and are capable of producing a third more cashmere than standard goats, with the engineered goats having successfully been bred with...
- Effect of Different Levels of Copper and Molybdenum Supplements on Serum Lipid Profiles and Antioxidant Status in Cashmere Goats. Zhang, Wei; Zhang, Yu; Zhang, Shi; Song, Xian; Jia, Zhi; Wang, Run // Biological Trace Element Research;Sep2012, Vol. 148 Issue 3, p309
An experiment was conducted to investigate on the effects of different levels of copper (Cu: 0, 19, and 38 mg/kg) and molybdenum (Mo: 0 and 5 mg/kg) supplements and the interaction of these two factors on serum lipid profiles and antioxidant status in cashmere goats during the cashmere fiber...
- Polymorphism of bone morphogenetic protein 4 gene and its relationship with litter size of Jining Grey goats. Chu, M.; Lu, L.; Feng, T.; Di, R.; Cao, G.; Wang, P.; Fang, L.; Ma, Y.; Li, K. // Molecular Biology Reports;Oct2011, Vol. 38 Issue 7, p4315
Two pairs of primers (P1 and P2) were designed to detect single nucleotide polymorphisms of exon 2 and intron 2 of bone morphogenetic protein 4 ( BMP4) gene in both high fecundity breed (Jining Grey goat) and low fecundity breeds (Boer, Angora and Inner Mongolia Cashmere goats) by single strand...
- Estimates of environmental effects for live weight and fleece characteristics of New Zealand cashmere goats. // Colourage;Dec97, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p35
Discusses the abstract "Estimates of environmental effects for liveweight and fleece and characteristics of New Zealand cashmere goats," by S.-A.N. Newman and D.J. Paterson published in a 1996 issue of the "New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research".