Breeding and Genetics - Genomic methods and GWAS

Section: Breeding and Genetics (orals)
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 9:30 AM–12:15 PM
Location: Room 207/208
Chair: Daniela Lourenco, University of Georgia, GA
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
9:30 AM
#461 Exact P-values for large-scale single-step genome-wide association using the BLUPF90 software suite.
D. Lourenco
9:45 AM
#462 Genomic predictions using more markers and gene tests.
J. B. Cole
10:00 AM
#463 Validation of genomic predictions for linear type traits in US Holsteins using over 2 million genotyped animals.
S. Tsuruta
10:15 AM
#464 Comparing deep learning methods versus parametric and ensemble methods for the prediction of complex phenotypes.
R. Abdollahi-Arpanahi
10:30 AM
#465 Changes in predictions when using different core animals in the APY algorithm.
I. Misztal
10:45 AM
#466 Cattle variant-detection modelling using selective-sequencing experimental design and statistical learning.
K. Bakshy
11:00 AM
#467 Genomic prediction with unknown-parent groups and metafounders for production traits in US Holsteins.
Y. Masuda
11:15 AM
#468 Alternative input parameters for Wood’s curve within best prediction used by USDA-AGIL for genetic evaluation of production traits in the United States.
E. S. Houdek
11:30 AM
#469 A genome-wide analysis using runs of homozygosity in Italian Holstein cattle.
N. Macciotta
11:45 AM
#470 Association between lipid-related genes implicated in conceptus elongation and female fertility traits in dairy cattle.
R. Abdollahi-Arpanahi
12:00 PM
#471 Genomic prediction and marker selection using high-density genotypes from 5 dairy breeds.
B. Li