Breeding and Genetics 1

Section: Breeding and Genetics (posters)
Format: Posters
Day/Time: Monday 7:30 AM–9:30 AM
Location: Exhibit Hall A
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
Associations between serum total protein and genomic predicted transmitting abilities for production, fitness, and conformation in organic Holstein calves.
I. Haagen
Genetic polymorphism of κ-casein on Coalho cheese yield from Zebu cows.
A. H. N. Rangel
High-resolution purity analysis of sex-sorted sperm and correlation with field results.
C. González-Marín
Impact of accounting for parent and genotyped daughters’ average in the estimation of deregressed estimated breeding values used in multiple-step genomic evaluations.
F. S. Schenkel
Understanding the impact of technologies and novel phenotypes on breeding strategies for genetic progress in dairy cattle.
C. Lynch
Approximate generalized least squares method for large-scale genome-wide association study.
Y. Da
Computing pipeline for genomic prediction and estimation using haplotypes and SNP markers.
D. Prakapenka
Changes of genomic predictions with the algorithm of proven and young (APY) using different core animals in dairy cattle.
S. Tsuruta
Plasma cholesterol and show-ring success of cholesterol deficiency carriers.
B. L. Basiel
The lactation curve of the Italian river buffalo.
N. Macciotta
Haplotype-based methods to select animals to sequence for later accurate imputation.
C. F. Baes