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Organization

Friday, July 10, 2015

Developments in genomic

evaluation methods (1)

Chair:Marija Klopcic

08:30

J.R. O’Connell

Strategies to choose from millions of imputed sequence variants

P.M. !VanRaden

USA

University of Maryland School of Medicine

08:50

Raphael Mrode

Impact of the structure of the genomic matrix on accuracy of evaluations for imputed genotypes

M. Coffey

Great Britain

EGENES, SRUC

09:10

Ignacy Misztal

Efficient inversion of genomic relationship matrix by APY algorithm

B.O. Fragomeni, D.A.L. Lourenco, S. Tsuruta, Y. Masuda, I. Aguilar, A. Legarra, and T. J. Lawlor

USA

University of Georgia

09:30

Zengting Liu

Joint Estimation of Additive and Dominance Effects of Markers Using a Genomic Model with a Residual Polygenic Effect

H. Alkhoder, F. Reinhardt and R. Reents

Germany

VIT

Developments in genomic

evaluation methods (2)

Chair:Gert Pedersen Aamand

10:30

Y. Masuda

Single-step evaluation in the US Holstein population with 570k genotyped animals

I. Misztal, S. Tsuruta, D. A. L. Lourenco, B. Fragomeni, A. Legarra, I. Aguilar, T. J. Lawlor

USA

University of Georgia

10:50

P. Croiseau

A new Marker-Assisted BLUP genomic evaluation for French dairy breeds

A. Baur, D. Jonas, C. Hoze, J. Promp, D. Boichard, S. Fritz, V. Ducrocq

France

INRA

11:10

Daniela Lourenco

Direct and indirect genomic evaluations in beef cattle

I. Misztal, S. Tsuruta, B. Fragomeni, I. Aguilar, Y. Masuda, D. Moser

USA

University of Georgia

11:30

General discussion on "Development of genomic evaluation methods"

Developments in national genetic

/ genomic evaluation methods (1)

Chair:Enrico Santus

13:30

Paul !VanRaden

Genomic evaluations and breed composition for crossbredU.S. dairy cattle

T. Cooper

USA

USDA-AGIL

13:50

Francesco Tiezzi

Accounting for genotype by environment interaction in genomic predictions for US Holstein dairy cattle.

KL Parker-Gaddis, JS Clay, C Maltecca

USA

North Carolina State University

14:10

Vincent Ducrocq

Two approaches to account for G x E interactions for production traits in South African Holstein cattle

Cadet A. , Patry C. , van Wyk J.B., Pienaar L. Neser F.W.C.

France

INRA

14:30

J. Vandenplas

Innovative combination of all sources of information for production traits in Slovenian Brown Swiss

M. Špehar, K. Potočnik, N. Gengler, G. Gorjanc

Slovenia

University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty

14:50

K. V. Konstantinov

Implementation of Multiple traits Multi Lactation Random Regression Test Day Model for Production Traits in Australia

G. J. Nieuwhof and T. P. Hancock

Australia

ADHIS

15:10

K. Muuttoranta

Genetic parameters for female fertility in Nordic dairy cattle

M. Lidauer, A-M. Tyrisevä, E.A. Mäntysaari, J. Pösö, J-Å. Eriksson, U.S. Nielsen, G.P. Aamand

Finland

Natural Resources Institute Finland

Developments in national genetic

/ genomic evaluation methods (2)

Chair:Marjorie Faust

16:00

P.G. Sullivan

De-regressed MACE versus domestic EBV in Canadian national genomic evaluations

J. Jamrozik, G.J. Kistemaker

Canada

CDN

16:20

G.R. Wiggans

Revisiting the a posteriori granddaughter design

J.I. Weller

USA

 

16:40

C. Jaton

Genetic and genomic analysis of superovulatory response in Canadian Holsteins

A.Koeck, M. Sargolzaei, C. A. Price, F. S. Schenkel, F. Miglior

Canada

CGIL, University of Guelph

17:00

W.M. Stoop

Validation and implementation of new genomic traits in The Netherlands: lactose, urea, calf survival, ketosis, heifer fertility, and AMS traits.

C. Schrooten, I. Vermeer, G. de Jong

The Netherlands

CRV

17:20

Gerben !DeJong

Genetic evaluation for ketosis in the Netherlands based on FTIR measurements

Jorien Vosman, Herwin Eding, Hiemke Knijn

The Netherlands

CRV

17:40

General Discussion "Developments in Nationa Genetic/Genomic Evaluation Methods"

Saturday, July 11, 2015

Developments in national / international breeding objectives and structure  Chair:Sophie Mattalia

08:30

M.E. Tooker

Comparison of Domestic and Foreign Genotypes by Country and Continent

 

P.M. !VanRaden, T. Cooper, and J. Dürr

USA

Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, USDA

 

08:50

H. D. Norman

Recent Changes in Service Sire Conception Rate in United States

J.R. Wright, J. Dürr

USA

Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding

 

 

09:10

B.J. Van Doormaal

Pro$: A New Profit-Based Genetic Selection Index in Canada

 

L. Beavers, G.J. Kistemaker, & P.G. Sullivan

Canada

CDN

09:30

Daniel Abernethy

The development of new national breeding indices in Australia utilising direct farmer input

 

Dr Jennie Pryce, Ms Michelle Axford, Dr Gert Nieuwhof

Australia

ADHIS

New traits / models in national genetic evaluations  Chair:Andrew Cromie

10:30

F. Malchiodi

Genetic analyses of hoof lesions in Canadian Holsteins using an alternative contemporary group

 

A. Koeck, N. Chapinal, M. Sargolzaei, A. Fleming, D. F. Kelton, F. S. Schenkel and F. Miglior

Canada

University of Guelph

10:50

J.B.C.H.M. van Kaam

Breeding value estimation for milk coagulation properties in the Italian Holstein Friesian bull population

 

M. Battagin, R. Finocchiaro, D. Pretto, M. Penasa, M. De Marchi, M. Cassandro

Italy

ANAFI

11:30

Astrid Koeck

Development of genetic evaluations for metabolic disease traits for Canadian dairy cattle

 

J. Jamrozik, G. J. Kistemaker, F. S. Schenkel, R. K. Moore, D. M. Lefebvre, D. F. Kelton, and F. Miglior

Canada

CGIL, University of Guelph

11:30

Sandra Kipp

A new Holstein Haplotype affecting calf survival

D. Segelke, S. Schierenbeck, F. Reinhardt, R Reents, C. Wurmser, H. Pausch, R. Fries, G. Thaller, J. Tetens, J. Pott, M. Piechotta, W. Grünberg

Germany

VIT

11:50

General discussuin on "National / International breeding objectives and structure, and new traits"

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