Breeding and Genetics: Genomic methods

Section: Breeding and Genetics
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Tuesday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: Panzacola F-3
Chair: Filippo Miglior, University of Guelph
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#534 Use of genomic recursions in single-step genomic BLUP with a large number of genotypes.
Breno D. Fragomeni
2:15 PM
#535 Genomic predictions with approximated G-inverse for a large number of genotyped animals.
Yutaka Masuda
2:30 PM
#536 Theoretical aspects of the APY algorithm for inverting a large genomic relationship matrix.
Ignacy Misztal
2:45 PM
#537 Effect of increasing the number of single nucleotide polymorphisms from 60,000 to 85,000 in genomic evaluation of Holsteins.
George R. Wiggans
3:00 PM
#538 Genome-wide association study of fertility traits in dairy cattle using high-density single nucleotide polymorphism marker panels.
John B. Cole
3:15 PM
#539 Segment-based methods to calculate weights for weighted single-step GBLUP.
Xinyue Zhang
3:30 PM
#540 Multi-allelic haplotype model based on genetic partition for genomic prediction and variance component estimation.
Yang Da
3:45 PM
#541 Revisiting allelic frequencies estimation: A decision theory approach to derive Bayes, minimax, and admissible estimators.
Carlos A. Martinez
4:00 PM
#542 Strategies for estimating hyperparameters based on single-step Bayesian models.
Lei Zhou
4:15 PM
#543 Reassessing hierarchical Bayesian genome-wide association analyses.
C. Chen
4:30 PM
#544 Approximating realized additive relationships in absence of genomic information.
Romdhane Rekaya
4:45 PM
#545 Imputation using whole-genome sequence data in Brown Swiss and Original Braunvieh.
Christine F. Baes