Pig Genetics Workshop, October 27-28, 2010

Table of Contents

S. Hermesch and R.M. Jones, Phenotypic trends for traits of the growing pig and the sow, AGBU. (View)

S. Newman 1, V.D. Kremer 2 and B.P. Kinghorn 3, Mate selection in pigs: a porcine, 1 Genus/PIC USA, 2 Genus/PIC, Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, 3 UNE. (View)

R.M. Jones and S. Hermesch, First genetic analysis of blood haemoglobin levels and iron content in pork, AGBU. (View)

M.F. Rothschild, Genetic and genomic technologies from A-Z, Iowa State University. (View)

S. Hermesch and R.M. Jones, Strategies to improve market value of pig carcases, AGBU. (View)

O. Vangen, The effects of including CT in pig breeding programs, Norwegian University of Life Sciences. (View)

K.L. Bunter and C.R.G. Lewis, Sow development, reproductive performance and longevity, AGBU. (View)

S. Hermesch, Consequences of selection for lean growth and prolificacy on piglet survival and sow attribute traits, AGBU. (View)

P. Tabuarici, K.L. Bunter and H.-U. Graser, Improving piglet survival: traits for piglet vitality at birth, AGBU. (View)

S. Hermesch and K.L. Bunter, Busting myths to broaden our horizons, AGBU. (View)

J.R. Walters, Have we forgotten about inherited diseases?, UPB Genetic World. (View)

C.R.G. Lewis and K.L. Bunter, Heat stress: The effects of temperature on production and reproduction traits, AGBU. (View)

S. Hermesch 1 and B.G. Luxford 2, Towards healthy, productive genotypes,1 AGBU, 2 Rivalea (Australia). (View)