Physiology & Endocrinology III

Section: Physiology and Endocrinology
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 9:30 AM–12:30 PM
Location: 330
Chair: Julio Giordano, Cornell University
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#303 16S rRNA gene sequencing reveals the microbiome of the virgin and pregnant bovine uterus.
S. G. Moore
9:45 AM
#304 Uterine microbiome during the first week after calving is associated with differences in milk production in the absence of overt signs of disease.
S. G. Moore
10:00 AM
#305 Discovering neutrophil extracellular traps in the bovine endometrium and the effects of feeding a rumen-protected methionine on plasma amino acid concentrations and uterine characteristics.
S. L. Stella
10:15 AM
#306 Ovarian follicular dynamics, endocrinology, and estrous behaviour in repeat breeder cattle.
P. Sood
10:30 AM
#307 Preovulatory follicle characteristics and oocyte competence in repeat breeder dairy cows.
P. Sood
10:45 AM
#308 Fertility, concentrations of steroid hormones, and antioxidant enzymes during transition period in dairy cows fed organic trace minerals supplement.
V. Khanthusaeng
11:00 AM
#309 The association between cervical and uterine size at 4 weeks postpartum and fertility in Jersey cows.
P. Melendez
11:15 AM
#310 Pre-ovulatory follicular size and the subsequent conception rate in dairy cows.
R. Mur-Novales
11:30 AM
#311 Associations between inter-service interval and fertility in dairy cows.
J. G. Remnant
11:45 AM
#312 Chronic lipopolysaccharide infusion has no impact on dominant follicular size but affects 17β-estradiol in lactating dairy cows.
M. J. Dickson
12:00 PM
#313 Measurement of ISG15 in milk somatic cells for pregnancy diagnosis 18, 20, and 22 days after timed artificial insemination (TAI).
L. M. Mayo
12:15 PM
#314 Effects of nerve growth factor-β on luteal function and markers of conceptus development in cattle.
F. S. Lima