Breeding and Genetics - Breeding Strategies and Male Fertility

Section: Breeding and Genetics (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00 PM–5:15 PM
Location: Room 207/208
Chair: Francisco Pe├▒agaricano, University of Florida
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#362 Realized genetic selection differentials in Canadian Ayrshire dairy cattle herds.
B. A. Hagan
2:15 PM
#363 Genetic update of lost Holstein male lineages.
C. D. Dechow
2:30 PM
#364 Effect of genomic selection on rate of inbreeding and effective population size in North American Holstein and Jersey dairy cattle populations.
B. Makanjuola
2:45 PM
#365 A web-based mating program for global optimization on commercial dairy herds.
S. Westberry
3:00 PM
#366 Effects of recent and ancient inbreeding on performance of Dutch Holstein Friesian dairy cattle.
H. P. Doekes
3:15 PM
#367 Crossbreeding affects the production performance of dairy cows exposed to a range of temperature and humidity in a pasture-based system.
J. Graham
3:30 PM
4:00 PM
#368 Consequences of crossbreeding, genotyping, and use of sexed semen and beef semen on genetic merit and profitability in Swedish dairy herds.
J. Clasen
4:15 PM
#369 Genomic prediction of male fertility in Jersey dairy cattle.
F. M. Rezende
4:30 PM
#370 Investigation of genetic variation in global DNA methylation in bull semen and its relationship with semen quality and fertility parameters.
Y. He
4:45 PM
#371 Dissecting the genetic role of sex chromosomes on dairy bull fertility.
H. A. Pacheco
5:00 PM
#372 Whole-genome homozygosity mapping reveals candidate regions affecting male fertility in US Holstein cattle.
J. P. Nani