Breeding and Genetics: Poultry and swine

Section: Breeding and Genetics
Format: Orals
Day/Time: Wednesday 2:00 PM–5:00 PM
Location: Panzacola F-3
Chair: Alan G Fahey, University College Dublin
Please note: last-minute changes to the program may not be reflected here.
2:00 PM
#760 Comparison of traditional vs. genomic, and single vs. multiple trait analyses of broiler chicken mortality.
Xinyue Zhang
2:15 PM
#761 Polymorphisms in CAST, TNNI1, and MYOG genes and their relationship with pig carcass traits at different weight groups.
Andrea Nyisalovits
2:30 PM
#762 Estimates of variance components for gilt retention traits.
Matthew D. A. Morrison
2:45 PM
#763 Estimates of genetic parameters for sow body weight loss during lactation.
Cassandra L. Ferring
3:00 PM
#764 Genetic selection for feed efficiency in crossbred animals.
Rob Bergsma
3:15 PM
#765 Genomic regions associated with response to PRRSV and PCV2b co-infection in nursery pigs.
Jenelle R. Dunkelberger
3:30 PM
#766 Genetic and economic effects of incorporating genomic predictions on health in swine breeding schemes.
Chandraratne M. B. Dematawewa
3:45 PM
#767 Exploring causal networks underlying fat deposition and muscularity in pigs through the integration of phenotypic, genotypic and transcriptomic data.
Francisco Peñagaricano
4:00 PM
#768 Genomic prediction accuracy of porcine respiratory and reproductive syndrome (PRRS) antibody response in commercial gilts and sows.
Nick V. L. Serão
4:15 PM
#769 Genetic analysis and whole-genome wide association for feeding behavior traits in Duroc pigs.
Shihui Jiao
4:30 PM
#770 Genomic mitigation of seasonality effect on carcass weight in commercial pigs.
Breno D. Fragomeni
4:45 PM
#771 Effect of divergent selection for residual feed intake in finishing pigs on juvenile IGF-I.
Emily D. Mauch