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作者:Fernando Baldi , Jesus Aparecido Ferro
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)
摘要:Meat tenderness is the consumer’s most preferred sensory attribute. This trait is affected by a number of factors, including genotype, age, animal sex, and pre- and post-slaughter management. In view of the high percentage of Zebu genes in the Brazilian cattle population, ma...
作者:... Joanir Pereira Eler , Fernando Baldi , José Bento Sterman Ferraz
来源:[J].Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology, 2017, Vol.8 (1)
摘要:The aim of this study was to estimate variance components and to identify genomic regions and pathways associated with resistance to gastrointestinal parasites, particularly Haemonchus contortus, in a breed of sheep adapted to tropical climate. Phenotypes evaluations were perform...
作者:Fernando Baldi , Jesus Aparecido Ferro ...
来源:[J].Genomics(IF 3.01), 2020, Vol.112 (1), pp.873-879
摘要:Abstract(#br)The marbling rate evaluation is difficult and expensive, requiring slaughter of the animal or ultrasound measurement. Thus, this trait is generally not included in animal breeding programs. The use of molecular techniques to elucidate intramuscular fat deposition may...
作者:Fernando Baldi , Jesus Aparecido Ferro ...
来源:[J].Genomics(IF 3.01), 2020, Vol.112 (2), pp.1257-1263
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study aimed to use RNA-Seq to identify differentially expressed genes (DEGs) in muscle of uncastrated Nelore males phenotypically divergent for ribeye muscle area (REA). A total of 80 animals were phenotyped for REA, and 15 animals each with the highest REA and ...
作者:Fernando Baldi , Henrique Nunes de Oliveira ...
来源:[J].Theriogenology(IF 2.082), 2019, Vol.125, pp.12-17
摘要:Abstract(#br)The objective of this study was to assess the accuracy of genomic predictions for female reproductive traits in Nellore cattle.(#br)A total of 1853 genotyped cows and 305,348 SNPs were used for genomic selection analyses. GBLUP, BAYESCπ, and IBLASSO were applied...
作者:Fernando Baldi , Roberto Carvalheiro ...
来源:[J].Meat Science(IF 2.754), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)The objective of this study was to present heritability estimates and accuracy of genomic prediction using different methods for meat quality traits in Nelore cattle. Approximately 5000 animals with phenotypes and genotypes of 412,000 SNPs, were divided into two...
作者:... Joanir Pereira Eler , Fernando Baldi , José Bento Sterman Ferraz
来源:[J].Livestock Science(IF 1.249), 2018
摘要:Abstract(#br)The aim of this study was to estimate variance components and to identify genomic regions and pathways associated with maternal related traits in Santa Inês sheep breed adapted to tropical climate. Phenotypic records for maternal efficiency (ME), metabolic mater...
作者:... Henrique Nunes de Oliveira , Humberto Tonhati , Fernando Baldi
来源:[J].Livestock Science(IF 1.249), 2018, Vol.207, pp.51-58
摘要:Abstract(#br)The aim of the present study was to analyze the distribution of CNV regions (CNVRs) as well as to address hypothesis about the natural/artificial selection process in Nellore cattle. A total of 399,361 CNVs were identified, using the PennCNV algorithm, in 3794 Nellor...
作者:... Mariana Piatto Berton , Fernando Baldi , José Bento Sterman Ferraz
来源:[J].Livestock Science(IF 1.249), 2019, Vol.229, pp.64-76
摘要:Abstract(#br)The Montana Tropical® Composite beef cattle have been developed in Brazil to serve as a genetic resource to meet the consumers’ needs for higher-quality meat while animals are raised in extensive production systems under tropical conditions. In order to optimize...
作者:... Mariana Zanata , Fernando Baldi , Angélica S.C. Pereira
来源:[J].Meat Science(IF 2.754), 2018, Vol.138, pp.15-22
摘要:Abstract(#br)This study investigated how different finishing periods and the inclusion of whole cottonseed and vitamin E in diets fed to feedlot cattle affect meat lipid composition and sensory traits of fresh beef and hamburgers. Fifty-four Nellore bulls were fed 3 different die...

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