Triennial Reproduction Symposium: Developmental programming of fertility

Section: Triennial Reproduction Symposium
Day/Time: Sunday 8:00 AM–5:00 PM
Location: Gatlin A-3
Chair: Kimberly Vonnahme , North Dakota State University
Sponsored by: ASAS Foundation Jim Lauderdale Appreciation Club and Bayer Animal Health
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
8:00 AM
#1 The importance of understanding the impacts of developmental programming on fertility: An overview.
Lawrence Reynolds
8:30 AM
#2 Beef heifer development systems and lifetime productivity.
Andrew J. Roberts
9:20 AM
Neonatal management and lifetime productivity in sows and boars
W.L. Flowers, North Carolina State University
9:40 AM
#4 Nutritional programming of puberty in heifers.
Gary L. Williams
10:30 AM
10:50 AM
#5 Future reproduction in gilts and boars is affected prenatally by sow management and early in life by management conditions to which the developing swine are exposed.
Mark J. Estienne
11:10 AM
#6 Our stolen figures: Using the process of sexual differentiation to think about endocrine-disrupting compounds and their effects on energy balance.
Jill E. Schneider
12:00 PM
L.E. Casida Award Presentation
12:30 PM
2:00 PM
#7 Environmentally induced epigenetic transgenerational inheritance of disease: Ancestral ghosts in your genome.
Michael K. Skinner
2:50 PM
#8 Environmental effects on programming of reproductive behavior.
Frederick vom Saal
3:40 PM
4:00 PM
#9 Potential effects of real life exposure to environmental contaminants on reproductive health.
Neil P. Evans
4:50 PM
Lawrency Reynolds