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Session

Time

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Country

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Saturday. August 26

 

 

 

 

 

Integration of new phenotypes/initiatives into (inter)national genomic evaluations (1)

Chair: Marj Faust

08:30

N. Friggens

Genomic management tools to optimize resilience and efficiency

C. Kaya, A.W.M. Roozen

France

INRA

08:45

E. Groeneveld

Large scale SNP data management and integration in breeding programs

 

Germany

FLI

09:00

W.M. Stoop

Genomics in small populations: the MRY breed

G. Veninga, G. de Jong, F. Reinhardt

the Netherlands

CRV BV

09:15

H. Alkhoder

The impact of adding cows to the EuroGenomics bull reference population on genomic prediction

Z. Liu, F. Reinhardt

Germany

VIT

09:30

H. Jorjani

InterGenomics for Holstein populations

H. Jorjani, V. Palucci, J. Sendecka

Sweden

Interbull Centre

09:45

General Discussion

Saturday, August 26

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Integration of new phenotypes/initiatives into (inter)national genomic evaluations (2)

Chair:Enrico Santus

10:30

A. Kudinov

Upgrading dairy cattle evaluation sustem in Russian Federation

J. Juga, P. Uimari, E.A. Mäntysaari, I. Strandén, K.V. Plemyashov, E.I. Saksa, M.G. Smaragdov

Finland, Russian Federation

University of Helsinki, Russian Reserch Institute of Farm Animals Genetic and Breeding

10:45

R. Bonifazi

Preliminary study of VCE for Limousine and Charolais breeds through Mix99 software

E. Hjerpe, T. Pabiou, H. Benhajali, H. Jorjani

Sweden

Interbull Centre

11:00

A. Govignon-Gion

Genetic evaluation of calving ease for French beef cattle breeds with dairy maternal support

Bouleisteix P., Brunet J.L., Delpeuch A., Miller S., Venot E., Mattalia S.

France

Institut de l'Elevage

11:15

H. Täubert

A new model for the genetic evaluation for longevity in Germany

J. Heise, F. Reinhardt, R. Reents

Germany

VIT

11:30

P. Amer

Options for incorporating feed intake data into national selection indexes

S. Meier

New Zealand

!AbacusBio

11:45

L. Chavinskaia

International order of cattle breeding. Interbull as a space of commensuration

 

France

INRA

12:00

Z. Liu (presented by H. Jorjani)

SNP-MACE

H. Jorjani

Germany

VIT

12:15

General Discussion

   

13:30 - 15:30

Interbull Business meeting 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, August 26

Model choice & Validation of GES in the genomic era (3)

Chair:Marija Klopcic

16:00

I. Misztal

Studies on inflation of GEBV in single-step GBLUP for type

S. Tsuruta, Y. Masuda, D. Lourenco, T. J. Lawlor

USA

University of Georgia

16:30

B. Harris

Experiencing solving large scale single step marker best linear unbiased models

 

New Zealand

LIC

16:45

C. Edel

Do biased gene-content estimates inflate genomic predictions with single-step GBLUP?

Pimentel, E.C.G.; Emmerling, R. and Götz, K.-U.

Germany

Bavarian State Research Center For Agriculture, Institute of Animal Breeding

17:00

S. Rensing

Cow reference population - benefit for genomic evaluation system and farmers

H. Alkhoder, C. Kubitz, S. Schierenbeck and D. Segelke

Germany

VIT

17:15

R. Bonifazi

Comparison of genomic reliability in national genomic evaluation of dairy cattle populations

V. Palucci, E. Hjerpe, F. M. Sarti, E. Lasagna, H. Jorjani, H. Benhajali

Sweden

Interbull Centre

17:30

R. Bonifazi (presented by H. Jorjani)

Speed up rG estimation

H. Benhajali, T. Pabiou, E. Hjerpe, M. Lidauer, H. Jorjani

Sweden

Interbull Centre

17:45

General Discussion

   

19:00 - 22:00

Interbull Dinner at the in the Restaurant Olde Hansa

Sunday, August 27

 

 

 

Impact of genomic pre-selection on N-GES and I-GES (MACE) + Model choice & validation of GES in the genomic era (4)

Chair: Gert P. Aamand

08:30

I. J. P. Vermeer

Bias in proofs of non-random used sire

J.J. Vosman, G. de Jong

the Netherlands

CRV

08:45

M. Koivula

Validation of genomic and genetic evaluations in 305d production traits of nordic Holstein cattle

I. Strandén, G. P. Aamand, Esa A. Mäntysaari

Finland

LUKE

09:00

Z. Liu

Approximating genomic reliabilities for national genomic evaluation

P. M. VanRaden, M. Lidauer, M. P. Calus, H. Benhajali, H. Jorjani and V. Ducrocq

Germany

VIT

09:30

 

General Discussion

     

Sunday, August 27

 

 

 

 

 

Integration of new phenotypes/initiatives into (inter)national genetic evaluations (5)

Chair: Sophie Mattalia

10:30

I. Rukin

Development of milk data control system for reducing the bias of genomic evaluation for the Russian Holstein breed

Pantiukh K., Rysina M., Knyazeva T., Grouzdev D.

Russian Federation

Moscow State University, I Gene LLC, All-Russian Scientific Research Institute of Breeding

10:45

K. Stachowicz

Genetic parameters of cow functional survival and conformation traits with recommendations for genetic evaluation

C. Quinton, S. Meyer, P. Amer, C. Phyn

New Zealand

!AbacusBio

11:00

A.M. Tyrisevä

Evaluation of conception rate in nordic dairy cattle

Muuttoranta, K., Pösö, J., Nielsen, U. S., Eriksson, J.-Å., Aamand, G.P., Mäntysaari, E. A., and M.H. Lidauer

Finland

LUKE

11:15

M. van Pelt

Improving the genetic evaluation for longevity in the Netherlands

G. de Jong, R. Veerkamp

the Netherlands

CRV

11:30

B. Fuerst-Waltl

Phenotypic and genetic relationships between subclinical ketosis, body condition score, fat-protein ratio and other diseases in Austrian Fleckvieh cows

A. Köck, F. Steininger, C. Fuerst, C. Egger-Danner

Austria

University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences

11:45

J. Cole

Development of genomic evaluations for direct measures of health in U.S. Holsteins and their correlations with fitness traits

K.L. Parker Gaddis, M.E. Tooker, J.R. Wright, J.H. Megonigal, Jr., J.S. Clay, and P.M. !VanRaden

USA

Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory, ARS, USDA

   

13:00 - 15:00

Interbull Business Meeting 2

    Monday, August 28                  

Joint Interbull – EAAP Session: Session 1: Managing genetic diversity in cattle in the era of genomic selection Chair:Reinhard Reents

08:30 - 09:00

P.M. Vanraden

Genomic tools to improve progress and preserve variation for future generations

 

USA

Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory, ARS, USDA

09:00 - 09:15

F. Hely

Genetic diversity of sires used in the Irish dairy industry

F. Kearney, A. Cromie, D. Matthews, P. Amer

New Zealand

!AbacusBio

09:15 - 09:30

J.R. Thomasen

Pedigree inbreeding underestimate true inbreeding in genomic dairy cattle breeding schemes

H. Liu, A.C. Sørensen

Denmark

Aarhus University

09:30 - 09:45

V. Kukučková

Genetic diversity measures of local European cattle breeds for conservation purposes

N. Moravčíková, I. Curik, M. Simčič, G. Mészáros, R. Kasarda

Slovakia

Slovak University of Agriculture in Nitra

09:45 - 10:00

Y. Wang

Long-term impact of optimum contribution selection on breeds with historical introgression

J. Bennewitz, R. Wellmann

Germany

University of Hohenheim

10:00 - 10:15

D. Segelke

Using recombination to maintain genetic diversity

J. Heise, G. Thaller

Germany

VIT

10:15 - 10:45

S. Van Der Beek

Using genomics to manage progress and diversity: an industry perspective

H. Geertsema

The Netherlands

CRV

10:45 - 11:00

D. Hinrichs

Biodiversity within and between European Red dairy breeds – conservation through utilization

M. Calus, D.J. De-Koning, J. Bennewitz, T. Meuwissen, G. Thaller, J. Szyda, J. Tetens, V. Juskiene, B. Guldbrandtsen

Germany

Humboldt-University

11:00 - 11:15

S. Van Den Berg

The effect of using whole genome sequence instead of a lower density SNP chip on GWAS

R.F. Veerkamp, F.A. Van Eeuwijk, A.C. Bouwman, M.S. Lopes, J. Vandenplas

The Netherlands

Wageningen University and Research

11:15 - 11:30

I. Misztal

Genetic trends from single-step GBLUP and traditional BLUP for production traits in US Holstein

Y. Masuda, P.M. Vanraden, T.J. Lawlor

USA

University of Georgia

11:30 - 11:45

V. Ducrocq

Development of genomic selection in dairy cattle in two emerging countries: South Africa and India

L. Chavinskaia, M. Swaminathan, A. Pande, M. Van Niekerk, F.W.C. Neser

France

GABI, INRA, !AgroParisTech

11:45 - 12:30

Poster Sessions

Joint Interbull – EAAP Session.Session 7: Genetic defects in cattle – identification, finding the mutation and managing it in breeding plans

Chair:Hossein Jorjani

14:00 - 14:15

H. Pausch

Implications of mosaicism for deleterious de novo mutations in artificial insemination bulls

C. Wurmser, S. Ammermueller, D. Segelke, A. Capitan, R. Fries

Germany

Animal Breeding, TU Muenchen

14:15 - 14:30

F.R. Seefried

Genotype prediction for a structural variant in Brown Swiss cattle using Illumina Beadchip data

P. Von Rohr, C. Drögemüller

Switzerland

Qualitas

14:30 - 14:45

P. Ajmone Marsan

Chasing deleterious recessives in Italian Holstein dairy cattle

M. Milanesi, S. Capomaccio, L. Colli, S. Biffani, J.T. Van Kaam, R. Finocchiaro, R.Negrini, C.J. Rubin, A. Nardone, N.P.P. Maciotta, J.L. Williams

Italy

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore

14:45 - 15:00

C. Grohs

Reverse genetics to describe a recessive defect in different breeds

P. Michot, S. Chahory, M.C. Deloche, S. Barbey, M. Boussaha, C. Danchin-Burge, S. Fritz, D.Boichard, A. Capitan

France

GABI, INRA, AgroParisTech

15:00 - 15:15

T. Druet

Identification and management of recessive genetic defects in Belgian Blue beef cattle

A. Sartelet, X. Hubin, N. Tamma, M. Georges, C. Charlier

Belgium

Unit of Animal Genomics, GIGA-R

15:15 - 15:45

G.E. Pollott

A review of bioinformatic methods to locate a new recessive mutation on the genome

 

United Kingdom

Royal Veterinary College

15:45 - 16:00

A.C. Sørensen

Managing lethal alleles using genomic optimum contribution selection

L. Hjortø, J.R. Thomasen, P. Berg, M. Kargo, M. Henryon, H. Liu

Denmark

Aarhus University

16:00 - 16:15

C. Scheper

Using a MQTL matrix to test for pleiotropic effects of Mendelian trait loci on quantitative traits

S. König

Germany

LFL

16:15 - 16:30

M.C. Mcclure

Bovine Genetic Disease and Trait Frequencies in Ireland: >85 causative alleles in >1M animals

P. Flynn, R. Weld, T. Pabiou, M. Mullen, J.F. Kearney

Ireland

ICBF

16:30 - 17:00

J.B. Cole

Management of Mendelian traits in breeding programs by gene editing

 

USA

USDA

17:00 - 17:30

H. Jorjani

International registration and management of genetic defects: General discussion

 

Sweden

Interbull Centre

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