Session 18. Innovative approaches to pig production and pig research (Wageningen Academic Publishers early career competition) – part II

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Detection of reciprocal translocations in pigs using short read sequencing
A.C. Bouwman, M.F.W. Te Pas, M.F.L. Derks, M.A.M. Groenen, R.F. Veerkamp, M. Broekhuijse and B. Harlizius

Genome-wide association analyses and fine mapping of immune traits in dam lines using sequence data
C.M. Dauben, E.M. Heuß, M.J. Pröll-Cornelissen, K. Roth, H. Henne, A.K. Appel, K. Schellander, E. Tholen and C. Große-Brinkhaus

Selection of pigs for social genetic effects improves growth in crossbreeds
L.V. Pedersen, B. Nielsen, O.F. Christensen, S.P. Turner, H.M. Nielsen and B. Ask

Verifying the existence of second litter syndrome in pigs
M. Pszczola, E.F. Knol, H.A. Mulder and E. Sell-Kubiak

Looking at nutrition related traits in pigs through genetic-tinted glasses
L.M.G. Verschuren, M.P.L. Calus, D. Schokker, R. Bergsma, F. Molist and A.J.M. Jansman

Using life cycle assessment to estimate environmental impacts from correlated genetic traits in pigs
M. Ottosen, S. Mackenzie, M. Wallace and I. Kyriazakis

Back to the future: virtual concepts for sustainable pig production systems
M. Von Meyer-Höfer, H. Heise, C. Winkel and A. Schütz

Environmental impacts of housing and manure management in European pig production systems
G. Pexas, S. Mackenzie, M. Wallace and I. Kyriazakis

Cost and benefit evaluation of genomic selection in Canadian swine breeding schemes
Z. Karimi, M. Jafarikia and B. Sullivan