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Dairy products shown to help reduce blood pressure. L. Gaver* and D. Winston, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg.

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Influence of low-fat dairy products on colorectal cancers. G. S. Christ*, Pennsylvania State University, University Park.

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Role of dairy products in combating childhood obesity. J. A. Tekippe*, Iowa State University, Ames.

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The significance of phospholipids and their emerging importance in dairy foods. R. L. Clarke*, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.

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The ethics of food. J. M. Regenstein*, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Production, processing and marketing: an integrated industry's view of ethical issues. C. Klippen*, Klippen & Associates, LLC, Audubon, PA.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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

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