1979 - Wolf Prize in Agriculture for his outstanding and pioneering contributions to the application of genetics to livestock improvement;
1968 - US President's National Medal of Science "For bringing the science of genetics to bear upon animal breeding, and thus helping to remould the flocks and herds of America and Western Europe.", Presented by President Johnson at a White House ceremony on 17-Jan-69
1967 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1966 - Distinguished Service Award, American Dairy Science Association
1965 - The Rockefeller Prentice Memorial Award in Animal Breeding and Genetics, American Society of Animal Science
1958 - Zinpro Award for Excellence in Dairy Science, American Dairy Science Association
1946 - The Morrison Award, American Society of Animal Science
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Selection, Genetics, Heritability, Herd and Statistics. The concepts of his Selection study are interwoven with issues in Sampling and Regression. His Heritability research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Veterinary medicine and Progeny testing.
His research in Veterinary medicine focuses on subjects like Inbred strain, which are connected to Animal breeding and Livestock. He interconnects Animal husbandry, Agroforestry, Honey Bees, Biotechnology and Inbreeding in the investigation of issues within Animal breeding. His Herd study is concerned with the larger field of Animal science.
Jay L. Lush focuses on Animal science, Herd, Genetics, Heritability and Dairy cattle. His study in Animal science is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ice calving and Lactation. The Herd study combines topics in areas such as Crossbreed, Inbreeding, Selection and Milk production.
Jay L. Lush combines subjects such as Biotechnology and Animal breeding with his study of Inbreeding. The study incorporates disciplines such as Statistics and Sire in addition to Selection. He has researched Heritability in several fields, including Veterinary medicine, Demography and Progeny testing.
Jay L. Lush spends much of his time researching Animal science, Herd, Selection, Dairy cattle and Animal breeding. His Milk production and Culling study, which is part of a larger body of work in Animal science, is frequently linked to Production and Butterfat, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Herd study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inbreeding and Heritability.
His studies link Sire with Selection. His Dairy cattle study deals with Biotechnology intersecting with Simple linear regression. His Animal breeding course of study focuses on Livestock and Progeny testing, Inbred strain, Genetic correlation and Veterinary medicine.
His primary scientific interests are in Animal science, Herd, Production, Regression and Daughter. His work on Animal science is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Heritability. His Regression research integrates issues from Econometrics, Correlation, Residual and Sire.
His Daughter research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Food science, Demography, Milk production and Maternal effect. Butterfat combines with fields such as Selection, Sampling, Inbreeding, Biotechnology and Simple linear regression in his research.
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Animal breeding plans
Jay Laurence Lush.
THE EFFICIENCY OF THREE METHODS OF SELECTION
L. N. Hazel;Jay L. Lush.
Journal of Heredity (1942)
Intra-sire correlations or regressions of offspring on dam as a method of estimating heritability of characteristics.
Jay L. Lush.
Journal of Animal Science (1940)
Heritability of quantitative characters in farm animals.
Jay L. Lush.
The genetics of populations
Jay Laurence Lush.
Family Merit and Individual Merit as Bases for Selection. Part II
Jay L. Lush.
The American Naturalist (1947)
The Heritability of Resistance to Death in the Fowl
J. L. Lush;W. F. Lamoreux;L. N. Hazel.
Poultry Science (1948)
STATISTICS AND MATHEMATICS IN BIOLOGY
Oscar Kempthorne;Theodore A. Bancroft;John W. Gowen;Jay L. Lush.
The American Journal of the Medical Sciences (1955)
Changes in milk production with age and milking frequency.
Jay L. Lush;Robert R. Shrode.
Journal of Dairy Science (1950)
Relations between Parts of Lactations and Producing Ability of Holstein Cows
D.E. Madden;J.L. Lush;L.D. McGilliard.
Journal of Dairy Science (1955)
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