Session 45. Breeding applications in industry (Aquaculture symposium)

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Date: 01 September 2011; 08:30 – 12:30 hours
Chairperson: Kolstad

Theatre Session 45

  • Design of low-cost aquaculture breeding programs: challenges and opportunities
    Komen, J. and Blonk, R.
  • Utilising genomic information in salmon breeding and disease resistance
    Bishop, S.C., Taggart, J.B., Bron, J.E. and Houston, R.D.
  • Non-random testing designs with three families per group is more efficient for genetic evaluation of social effects in aquaculture species
    Ødegård, J. and Olesen, I.
  • Households’ willingness-to-pay for improved fish welfare in breeding programs for farmed Atlantic salmon
    Grimsrud, K.M., Nielsen, H.M., Navrud, S., Monsen, B.B. and Olesen, I.
  • Stimulating sustainable aquaculture: access to and protection of aquaculture genetic resources
    Olesen, I., Rosendal, K.G. and Pathak, A.R.
  • Differences in susceptibility to the salmon louse between a high and a low lice susceptible group of Atlantic salmon
    Gjerde, B. and Ødegård, J.
  • Simultaneous analysis of two challenge tests and body weight in fish: an example of multivariate generalized linear mixed model
    Labouriau, R., Wetten, M. and Madsen, P.
  • Development of 6K Illumina iSelect SNP arrays for mapping quantitative trait loci in rohu (Labeo rohita) and black tiger shrimp (Penaeus monodon)
    Baranski, M., Sahoo, P.K., Gopikrishna, G., Robinson, N., Das Mahapatra, K., Vinaya Kumar, K., Saha, J.N., Shekhar, M.S., Das, S., Gopal, C., Mishra, Y., Karthik, J.S., Das, P., Jothivel, S., Barman, H.K., Ravichandran, P., Ponniah, A.G. and Eknath, A.E.
  • Detection of growth-related QTLs in turbot (Scophthalmus maximus)
    Sánchez-Molano, E., Cerna, A., Toro, M.A., Fernández, J., Hermida, M., Bouza, C., Pardo, B.G. and Martínez, P.
  • Genomic variability and genome-wide linkage disequilibrium in commercial and naturalized salmon populations
    Martinez, V., Dettlef, P., Lopez, P., Jedlicki, A., Lien, S. and Kent, M.
  • Genomic tools to trace and monitor the genetic impact of aquaculture escapes
    Jacq, C.

Poster Session 45