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2011 Publications
(listed by order of acceptance date)

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Increased abundance of aromatase and follicle stimulating hormone receptor mRNA and decreased insulin-like growth factor-2 receptor mRNA in small ovarian follicles of cattle selected for twin births Reprint Icon
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(28-Dec-11)
Association, effects and validation of polymorphisms within the NCAPG - LCORL locus located on BTA6 with feed intake, gain, meat and carcass traits in beef cattle
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(14-Dec-11)
Genetic markers on BTA14 predictive for residual feed intake in beef steers and their effects on carcass and meat quality traits
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(13-Sep-11)
Factors affecting pregnancy rate to estrous synchronization and fixed-time artificial insemination in beef cattle
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(3-May-11)
A region on BTA14 that includes the positional candidate genes LYPLA1, XKR4 and TMEM68 is associated with feed intake and growth phenotypes in cattle
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(21-Mar-11)
Growth curves of crossbred cows sired by Hereford, Angus, Belgian Blue, Brahman, Boran, and Tuli bulls, and the fraction of mature weight and height at puberty
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(16-Mar-11)
Evaluation of polymorphisms within the genes GSHR and SLC2A2 that are within a region on bovine chromosome 1 (BTA1) previously associated with feed intake and weight gain
(Peer Reviewed Journal)
(7-Mar-11)