Her primary scientific interests are in Dairy cattle, Single-nucleotide polymorphism, Genetics, Animal science and Fertility. Her research integrates issues of Veterinary medicine, Biotechnology, Residual feed intake and Heritability in her study of Dairy cattle. Her Single-nucleotide polymorphism research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Quantitative trait locus, Genetic architecture and Allele.
In her research on the topic of Allele, Genetic gain is strongly related with Inbreeding. Her work carried out in the field of Animal science brings together such families of science as Animal husbandry, Feed conversion ratio, Lactation and Genetic correlation. She interconnects Milk fever, Ice calving, Analysis of variance, Genetic merit and Nutrient in the investigation of issues within Fertility.
Jennie E. Pryce focuses on Animal science, Dairy cattle, Biotechnology, Genetics and Single-nucleotide polymorphism. The Animal science study combines topics in areas such as Feed conversion ratio, Genetic correlation and Lactation. Her Dairy cattle study also includes
The various areas that Jennie E. Pryce examines in her Biotechnology study include Genomic selection, Animal breeding, Gene–environment interaction, Heritability and Genetic gain. Her Single-nucleotide polymorphism study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Inbreeding, Allele and Genetic architecture. Her research investigates the connection between Herd and topics such as Somatic cell count that intersect with issues in Milking.
Jennie E. Pryce mostly deals with Animal science, Dairy cattle, Herd, Genetics and Lactation. Her Animal science study incorporates themes from Standard error, Ice calving and Heritability. Her studies in Heritability integrate themes in fields like Genetic correlation and Genotype.
Jennie E. Pryce combines subjects such as Biotechnology, Best linear unbiased prediction, Crossbreed, Sire and Breed with her study of Dairy cattle. Her Herd research incorporates elements of Agriculture, Fertility, Genetic gain and Agricultural science. Her studies deal with areas such as Multi trait and Resistance as well as Genetics.
Her primary areas of study are Animal science, Dairy cattle, Standard error, Statistics and Herd. Her Animal science study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ice calving, Lactation, Coefficient of determination, Lactose and Somatic cell count. Her Somatic cell count study combines topics in areas such as Biomarker, Area under the curve, Haptoglobin and Heritability.
Her Dairy cattle research incorporates themes from Percentile and Phenomics. Her Statistics research includes themes of Pregnancy Status, Pregnancy and External validation. The study incorporates disciplines such as Genetic gain, Reproduction, Semen and Reproductive technology in addition to Herd.
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Fertility in the high-producing dairy cow ☆
J.E. Pryce;M.D. Royal;P.C. Garnsworthy;I.L. Mao.
Livestock Production Science (2004)
The Relationship Between Body Condition Score and Reproductive Performance
J.E. Pryce;M.P. Coffey;G. Simm.
Journal of Dairy Science (2001)
Genetic Architecture of Complex Traits and Accuracy of Genomic Prediction: Coat Colour, Milk-Fat Percentage, and Type in Holstein Cattle as Contrasting Model Traits
Ben J. Hayes;Jennie E. Pryce;Amanda J Chamberlain;Phil J Bowman.
PLOS Genetics (2010)
Genetic aspects of common health disorders and measures of fertility in Holstein Friesian dairy cattle.
J. E. Pryce;R. F. Veerkamp;R. Thompson;W. G. Hill.
Animal Science (1997)
Genetics and genomics of reproductive performance in dairy and beef cattle.
Donagh Berry;E. Wall;J. E. Pryce.
The genetic relationship between calving interval, body condition score and linear type and management traits in registered Holsteins.
J.E. Pryce;M.P. Coffey;S. Brotherstone.
Journal of Dairy Science (2000)
Genotype and feeding system effects and interactions for health and fertility traits in dairy cattle
Jennie E. Pryce;Birte L. Nielsen;Roel F. Veerkamp;Geoff Simm.
Livestock Production Science (1999)
A Multi-Trait, Meta-analysis for Detecting Pleiotropic Polymorphisms for Stature, Fatness and Reproduction in Beef Cattle
Sunduimijid Bolormaa;Jennie E. Pryce;Antonio Reverter;Yuandan Zhang.
PLOS Genetics (2014)
The Genetic Relationship between Commencement of Luteal Activity and Calving Interval, Body Condition Score, Production, and Linear Type Traits in Holstein-Friesian Dairy Cattle
M.D. Royal;J.E. Pryce;John Woolliams;A.P.F. Flint.
Journal of Dairy Science (2002)
Invited review: overview of new traits and phenotyping strategies in dairy cattle with a focus on functional traits
Christa Egger-Danner;J. B. Cole;J. E. Pryce;N. Gengler.
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