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Title: Genomics in the United States beef industry.
Authors: ROFL, M. M.
DECKER, J. E.
McKAY, S. D.
TIZIOTO, P. C.
BRANHAM, K. A.
WHITACRE, L. K.
HOFF, J. L.
REGITANO, L. C. de A.
TAYLOR, J. F.
Affiliation: MEGAN M. ROLF, OKLAHOMA UNIVERSITY/STILLWATER; JARED E. DECKER, OKLAHOMA UNIVERSTY/ STILLWATER; STEPHANIE D. McKAY, UNIVERSTY OF VERMONT/BURLINGTON; POLYANA C. TIZIOTO, UFSCar/SÃO CARLOS, SP; KIMBERLY A. BRANHAM, OKLAHOMA UNIVERSTY/ STILLWATER; LYNSEY K. WHITACRE, UNIVERSTY OF MISSIURI/COLUMBIA; JESSE L. HOFF, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI/COLUMBIA; LUCIANA CORREIA DE ALMEIDA REGITANO, CPPSE; JEREMY F. TAYLOR, UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI/COLUMBIA.
Date Issued: 2014
Citation: Livestock Science, v.166, p. 84-93, 2014
Description: While genetic evaluation systems which combine performance records and pedigree data have been utilized n the beef industry forover four decades,the incorporation of genomic information into genetic evaluation, and the effective implementation of genomic tools with in the industry is relatively novel. Genomic technologies have been effectively deployed in the dairy, swine, and poultry industries;however, the beef industry possesses unique challenges for technology transfer. In this paper, we discuss the current limitations of genomic technologies and hindr0ances to the transfer of these technologies to the beef industry, while also considering opportunities for improved genomic and epigenomic tools needed to surmount barriers to technology adoption.
NAL Thesaurus: beef cattle.
Keywords: Bovine
Genomics selection
Genetic evaluation.
Language: pt_BR
Type of Material: Separatas
Access: openAccess
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