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ANIMAL SCIENCE

Undergraduate Student Competition Chair: Jeannette Moore, North Carolina State University Convention Center – Meeting Room 107 A

1:00 PM

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Detection of paratuberculosis in dairy cattle via near infrared reflectance spectroscopy of feces.

K. Anderson*1, B. Norby2, S. Prince1, G. Ball3, and D. Tolleson1, 1Texas A&M University, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College Station, 2Texas

A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine, College Station, 3Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, England.

1:15 PM

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Effect of carbohydrate and protein supplements on ruminal in situ disappearance of dry matter and fiber from coastal Bermuda-grass hay in goats. A. P. Foote*1, J. Struthoff1, B. D. Lambert1,2,

and J. P. Muir2, 1Tarleton State University, Stephenville, TX, 2Texas Agricultural Experiment Station, Stephenville.

1:30 PM

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Pig performance in a split-weaning system using dry feed and limit-fed milk replacer. J. A. Pittman*, A. F. Harper, and M. J. Estienne, Virginia Polytechnic

Institute and State University, Blacksburg.

1:45 PM

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Effects of social stress on pig behavior: The role

J. N. Landgrebe* and J. C. Laurenz, Texas A&M University, Kingsville.

2:00 PM

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Pubertal development in nanny-fed and synthetic milk-fed crossbred meat goat does. K. A. Collard*1, M. S. Torres1, E. Gonzales1, C. W. O'Gorman1, D. H.

Keisler3, R. L. Stanko1,2, and M. R. Garcia1, 1Texas A&M University, Kingsville, 2Texas A&M University Agricultural Research Station, Beeville, TX, University of Missouri, Columbia. 3

2:15 PM

Break.

2:30 PM

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Effects of melengestrol acetate on estrous synchronization in goats. B. E. Galbreath*, P. E. Prater, K. E. Peterson, W. T. McVey, and T. J. Wistuba, Morehead State University, Morehead, KY.

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2:45 PM

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Comparison of 5-day or 7-day CIDR-based estrous synchronization systems for fixed-time AI in beef heifers. K. N. Wilson*1, M. L. Day2, W. D. Whittier1, R.

Kasimanickam1, and J. B. Hall1, 1Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, 2The Ohio State University, Columbus.

3:00 PM

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Identification of polymorphisms in the promoter region of the bovine heat shock protein gene and associations with bull calf weaning weight. L. Starkey*1, M. Looper2, A. Banks1, S. Reiter1, and C.

Rosenkrans, Jr.1, 1University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2USDA/ARS, Booneville, AR.

3:15 PM

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Relationship between polymorphisms in lactate

dehydrogenase B gene and milk characteristics in

beef cows. C. Pope*1, S. Reiter1, M. Brown2, Y. Farnell1, D. Baker1, H. Brown, Jr.1, Z. Johnson1, and C. Rosenkrans, Jr.1, 1University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2USDA/ARS, El Reno, OK.

3:30 PM

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Impact of stressing a penmate on behavior and physiological responses of growing pigs. J. B.

Koonce*, E. B. Kegley, D. L. Galloway, and J. K. Apple, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR.

Physiology I Reproduction Chair: John B. Hall, Virginia Tech Convention Center – West Ballroom

1:30 PM

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Follicle development, estrous characteristics, and effectiveness of a GnRH/CIDR + PG synchronization protocol in postpartum Angus (AN) and Brangus (BN) cows. R. D. Esterman*, B. R. Austin, S. A. Woodall, and J. V. Yelich, University

of Florida, Gainesville.

1:45 PM

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Administration of GnRH either 3 or 10 d after a 14 d melengestrol acetate (MGA) treatment to synchronize follicle development in Bos indicus × Bos taurus cattle. S. A. Woodall*, B. R. Austin, R. D.

Esterman, and J. V. Yelich, University of Florida,

Gainesville.

2:00 PM

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Serum progesterone concentration in ovariectomised Bos taurus cows using new, re- used, or re-used autoclaved CIDRs. M. D. Eaton*1,

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