+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Sire-daughter and dam-daughter paths: research geneticists view

, : Sire-daughter and dam-daughter paths: research geneticists view. Journal of Dairy Science 71(7): 1993-2000

A discussion. The sire-daughter path of genetic improvement dominates the dam-daughter path. Within-herd management practices intended to increase genetic progress should therefore concentrate on the sire-daughter path.

Accession: 001684658

DOI: 10.3168/jds.S0022-0302(88)79771-4

Download PDF Full Text: Sire-daughter and dam-daughter paths: research geneticists view

Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:

Related references

Young, C.W., 1988: Implementing technology for genetic improvement: sire-daughter and dam-daughter paths, farm management's view. A discussion. Dairy producers in the USA have implemented technological advances to varying degrees for choosing parents of female replacements. Some use AI exclusively, and make almost optimal use of USDA sire summaries, National Association of A...

Paikoff, R.; Carlton-Ford, S.B.ooks-Gunn, J., 1993: Mother-daughter dyads view the family: associations between divergent perceptions and daughter well-being. Journal of youth and adolescence 22(5): 473-492

Ochoa, R.F.; Taylor, J.F.; Tomaszewski, M.A., 1989: Effects of AI sire semen fertility and daughter stayability on profitability of sire selection. Four net present-value models including sire fertility and/or daughter stayability differentials were used to estimate profits/unit of semen from future milk production and cattle disposal, based on records of 340 Holstein bulls.

Ochoa, R.F.; Taylor, J.F.; Tomaszewski, M.A.; Lacewell, R.D., 1991: Effects of sire fertility and daughter stayability on profitability of sire selection. Holstein sires (n = 340) with milk, milk fat, semen unit fertility, daughter stayability evaluations, and semen price for 1986 were studied. Effects of variation in sire fertility and daughter stayability on profitability of sire selection using t...

Sivarajasingam S.; Burnside E.B.; Schaeffer L.R.; Wilton J.W., 1984: Prediction of average daughter performance from sire proofs for use in linear programming sire profit models. When linear programming is used to rank sites on daughter profits, coefficients of input are required for representative daughters of each sire. Within herd-year-season regressions of daughter's actual 305-day milk, fat percent, days open, 2-...

Nash, D.L.; Rogers, G.W.; Sischo, W.M.; Cooper, J.B.; Hargrove, G.L.; Keown, J.F.; Vanraden, P.M., 1995: Regression of sire daughter means for intramammary infections at first parturition on sire predicted transmitting abilities for somatic cell score. Journal of Dairy Science 78(SUPPL 1): 282

Mocquot, J.C., 1988: Sire-son and dam-son paths: research geneticist's view. A discussion. Implementation of selection procedures for dairy cattle requires identification of all effects and modifications of any selection scheme for the whole cow population over space and time. Research in the early 1970s provided complete...

Chandler J.E.; Ingraham R.H.; Adkinson R.W.; Baron R.A., 1988: Contribution of the sire to daughter infertility. Journal of Dairy Science 71(SUPPL 1): 285

Kim, J-Sun.; Lee, E-Hyun., 2003: Cultural and noncultural predictors of health outcomes in Korean daughter and daughter-in-law caregivers. In Western cultures, adverse health effects resulting from providing care for impaired elders is well documented for family caregivers, but little is known about the health of Korean caregivers. This study examined the level of depression and phys...

Harley, N.H.; Pasternack, B.S., 1969: The rapid estimation of radon daughter working levels when daughter equilibrium is unknown. Health Physics 17(1): 109-114