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Last Updated: 16 November 2021

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Identification of candidate genes and enriched biological functions for feed efficiency traits by integrating plasma metabolites and imputed whole genome sequence variants in beef cattle

Abstract Background Feed efficiency is just one of the crucial determinants of beef market productivity and sustainability. This research study combines imputed entire genome DNA variations and 31 plasma metabolites to explore genetics and biological functions/processes that are related to residual feed intake and its element traits including day-to-day completely dry matter intake, typical daily gain, and metabolic body weight in beef cattle. Outcomes Regression evaluations between feed efficiency traits and plasma metabolites in a population of 493 crossbred beef cattle identified 5, 4, 1, and 4 plasma metabolites connected with RFI, DMI, ADG, and MWT, specifically. Our searchings for can improve the understanding of biochemical mechanisms of feed effectiveness traits and could lead to renovation of genomic prediction accuracy using integrating metabolite data.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12864-021-08064-5


GENETIC DETERMINATION OF REPRODUCTION LEVEL TRAITS IN DAIRY CATTLE BREEDING

Modern cattle option programs are defined by the boost of traits with a low level of genetic decision. But the fundamental selection remains the manufacturing economy-based selection procedure. A research was performed on the impacts of hereditary and environmental elements on the volunteer waiting period, the open days and milk efficiency. A new attribute was determined-- the insemination period which was defined as the distinction in between the length of the open days and the waiting duration. Weak likely effect of the "dad" factor on the 305-day milk yield of lactation, the open days and the insemination period was recognized. A favorable, trustworthy and weak relationship was found in between lactation milk returns and service period, and in between service period and volunteer waiting period. The reliance of the length of the service duration and the volunteer waiting period on paratypic variables such as the age of cow's lactation and the month of their calving is examined. A propensity to decrease the length of the open days and the volunteer waiting duration in cows with each succeeding lactation. It is discovered that the size of the voluntary waiting period was the biggest in cows that calved in November, March, May, and the quickest-- in August. It was wrapped up that the possibility of utilizing the value of the insemination period in the option programs. The opportunity of utilizing the traits of the level of recreation in the selection programs has been verified.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.31548/animal2021.01.028

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