Dairy products shown to help reduce blood pressure. L. Gaver* and D. Winston, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.
Influence of low-fat dairy products on colorectal cancers. G. S. Christ*, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.
Role of dairy products in combating childhood obesity. J. A. Tekippe*, Iowa State University, Ames.
The significance of phospholipids and their emerging importance in dairy foods. R. L. Clarke*, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
ADSA-SAD Undergraduate Competition - Dairy Foods Chair: Steven Kelm, University of Wisconsin - River Falls 007 C
The ethics of food. J. M. Regenstein*, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
The ethics of semantics: do we clarify or obfuscate reality to influence perceptions of food animal production? C. C. Croney*1 and R. D. Reynnells2, 1Oregon State University, Corvallis, 2US Department of Agriculture, Cooperative State Research, Washington, DC.
What would the world be like without animals for food, fiber, and labor? Are we morally obligated to do without them? S. L. Davis*, Oregon State University, Corvallis.
Ethics and the role of academics, scientists and veterinarians in the formation of public attitudes and societal decisions. W. R. Stricklin*, University of Maryland, College Park.
Production, processing and marketing: An advocate's view of ethical issues. K. Laughlin, Humane Farm Animal Care, Herdon, VA.
Production, processing and marketing: an integrated industry's view of ethical issues. C. Klippen*, Klippen & Associates, LLC, Audubon, PA.
SYMPOSIUM Bio Ethics - Livestock and Poultry The Ethics of Food Chair: Janice Siegford, Michigan State University 206 B
Identification and characterization of microRNA from the bovine adipose tissue and mammary gland. Z. Gu*, S. Eleswarapu, and H. Jiang, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.
Feed efficiency of tropically adapted breed and breed cross steers when fed in the southern plains. S. W. Coleman*1, W. A. Phillips2, C. C. Chase, Jr.1, and D. G. Riley1, 1USDA ARS Subtropical Agricultural Research Station, Brooksville, FL, USDA ARS Grazinglands Research Laboratory, El Reno, OK.
Genetic evaluation of growth in a multibreed beef cattle population using random regression linear spline models. J. P. Sanchez*1,2, I. Misztal1, I. Aguilar1, and J. K. Bertrand1, 1University of Georgia, Athens, 2University of Leon, Leon, Spain.
Growth and carcass characteristics of lot-fed Wagyu beef cattle and the estimation of homozygosity from band sharing patterns of random amplified polymorphic DNA markers. A. E. O. Malau-Aduli*1, S. Inoue2, T. Richards2, A. Howard2, and A. Thompson2, 1University of Tasmania, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia, 2Tasmania Feedlot Pty Ltd, Perth, TAS, Australia.
Examination of residual feed intake with post-weaning growth and carcass traits in central test bulls. G. S. Hecht* and L. A. Kriese-Anderson, Auburn University, Auburn, AL.
Genotype by environment interactions estimated by using reaction norms in Brazilian Nellore cattle. E. A. Maricle*1, J. C.
Breeding and Genetics - Livestock and Poultry Beef Cattle Chair: Janice Rumph, Montana State University 217 C