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Total energy picture and ethanol: Petroleum interation. M. Johanns, USDA.

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Environmental impact of renewable fuels and sustainable agriculture. D. Walters, University of Nebraska, Lincoln.

3:45 PM

Results of RFA/AFIA task force study evaluating analytical methods of distillers grains for precision, replicability and "in- use" methodology compliance. R. Sellers, AFIA, Arlington, VA.

4:20 PM

Corn: Ethanol – Supply and demand outlook. S. Meyer, Paragon Economics.

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Introduction. R. E. Pearson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University.

2:15 PM

Biological impact of heat stress on reproductive performance. P.J. Hansen, University of Florida, Gainesville.

SYMPOSIUM ADSA Production Division Symposium Chair: Ronald Pearson, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University 217 A

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Feeding programs that meet the challenges of heat stress. J. N. Spain* and D.E. Spiers, University of Missouri, Columbia.

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Break

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Environmental modifications to address heat stress. M. J. Brouk*1, J. P. Harner, III1, J. F. Smith1, and D. V. Armstrong2, Kansas State University, Manhattan, 2University of Arizona, Tucson.

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What we have learned about the genes involved in the response to heat stress. R. J. Collier* and R. P. Rhoads, University of Arizona.

5:10 PM

Discussion.

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Genetic factors affecting growth traits of Nili-Ravi Buffalo calves in Pakistan. P. Akhtar*, U. Kalsoom, S. Ali, M. Yaqoob, M. I. Mustafa, and J. I. Sultan, Faculty of Animal Husbandry, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Punjan, Pakistan.

2:15 PM

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Genetic analysis of ewe stayability and its association with lamb growth and adult body weight. R. C. Borg1, D. R. Notter*1, and R. W. Kott2, 1Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, 2Montana State University, Bozeman.

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Gene regulation in liver of cattle exposed to heat stress. E. Antoniou*, J. Robertson, and D. Spiers, University of Missouri, Columbia.

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Differential gene expression profiling of malignant melanoma in Sinclair swine. M. A. Okomo-Adhiambo1, A. Rink2, W. Rauw1, C. W. Beattie3, and L. Gomez-Raya*1, 1University of Nevada, Reno, 2Animal Disease and Food Safety Laboratory, Reno, NV, 3University of Illinois, Chicago.

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Genetic parameter estimates for growth, carcass composition, and meat quality traits in Duroc swine. C. R. Schwab*, R. Tait, and T. J. Baas, Iowa State University, Ames.

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Break

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Doe reproductive and fitness traits among three meat goat breeds semi-intensively managed in the southeastern US. R. Browning, Jr.*, M. L. Leite-Browning, B. Donnelly, and M. Byars, Tennessee State University, Nashville.

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Measures of libido and their relation to testicular hypertrophy and fertilizing competence in boars. D. O. Umesiobi*, Central University of Technology, Bloemfontein, Free State, South Africa.

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Comparison of pure Berkshire, Landrace, and the reciprocal crosses at two market endpoints. K. M. Brueggemeier*, A. C. Naber, S. J. Moeller, H. N. Zerby, and K. M. Irvin, The Ohio State University, Columbus.

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Correlated response in fatty acid composition from five generations of selection for intramuscular fat in Duroc pigs. J. L. Burkett*, T. J. Baas, D. C. Beitz, C. R. Schwab, N. L. Berry, and S. Zhang, Iowa State University, Ames.

Breeding and Genetics - Livestock and Poultry Swine Chair: Gary Rohrer, USDA - ARS 206 B

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