Session 35. Free communications: selection and genetic gain
Date: 31 August 2011; 14:00 – 18:00 hours
Theatre Session 35
- Accuracies of estimated breeding values from ordinary genetic evaluations do not reflect the potential for genetic gain
- Management of long-term genetic improvement and diversity using mate selection
Kremer, V.D. and Newman, S.
- Restricting inbreeding and maximizing genetic gain by using optimum contribution selection with a genomic relationship matrix
Körte, J., Hinrichs, D. and Thaller, G.
- Non-random mating is less effective in reducing rates of inbreeding in genomic selection than in BLUP schemes
Nirea, K.G., Sonesson, A.K., Woolliams, J.A. and Meuwissen, T.H.E.
- Penalized relationship in multi stage selection schemes
Hinrichs, D. and Meuwissen, T.H.E.
- Impact of genomic selection on functional traits in a dual purpose cattle breeding program
Ytournel, F., Willam, A. and Simianer, H.
- Two decades of selection for fat content in milk
Petersson, K.-J., Franzén, G., Lundén, A., Bertilsson, J., Martinsson, K. and Philipsson, J.
- Higher milk yield genetically correlate to more frequent milking, faster flow but less cell count in automatically milked cows
Løvendahl, P., Lassen, J. and Chagunda, M.G.G.
- Selection for resilience and resistance to parasitism in Creole goat
Gunia, M., Bijma, P., Phocas, F. and Mandonnet, N.
- Study of using genetic markers on a Nellore breeding program for post-weaning gain by model comparison
Rezende, F.M., Ibáñez-Escriche, N., Ferraz, J.B.S., Eler, J.P., Silva, R.C.G. and Almeida, H.B.
Poster Session 35
- Phenotypic characterization: a tool for breed differentiation of the camel in Northeast Balochistan, Pakistan