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    • Assessing outcomes of genetic selection panels to predict marbling in crossbred beef cattle 

      Weber, Tanya M.; Buseman, Brianna J.; Nasados, James A.; Lancaster, Jessica M.; Insausti Barrenetxea, Kizkitza Upna Orcid (Oxford University Press, 2020)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of genetic panel marbling indexes [Igenity (IT) and PredicGEN (PG)] to predict marbling and tenderness of crossbred cattle. Steers (n = 23) were harvested at ...
    • Determinación mediante análisis de imagen del tamaño de los adipocitos de diferentes músculos de ganado bovino 

      Echeverría Esandi, Miguel (2015)   Trabajo Fin de Grado/Gradu Amaierako Lana  OpenAccess
      Se ha estudiado la relación entre la grasa intramuscular de diferentes depósitos del tejido adiposo en ganado vacuno de raza Pirenaica. Para ello se tomaron muestras de cuatro músculos (Longissimus Dorsi, Masseter; ...
    • Expression of key myogenic, fibrogenic and adipogenic genes in Longissimus thoracis and masseter muscles in cattle 

      Martínez del Pino, Lara Upna; Urrutia Vera, Olaia Upna Orcid; Arana Navarro, Ana Upna Orcid; Alfonso Ruiz, Leopoldo Upna Orcid; Mendizábal Aizpuru, José Antonio Upna Orcid; Soret Lafraya, Beatriz Upna Orcid (Cambridge University Press, 2020)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Adipogenesis, myogenesis and fibrogenesis are related processes that can contribute to meat quality. Therefore, extending the knowledge of these processes would facilitate the identification of molecular markers that predict ...
    • Prediction of intramuscular fat in live bulls using real-time ultrasound and image analysis 

      Polák, P.; Mendizábal Aizpuru, José Antonio Upna Orcid; Blanco Roa, N. E.; Krupa, E.; Huba, J.; Peškovičová, D.; Oravcová, M. (The Kielanowski Institute of Animal Physiology and Nutrition, Polish Academy of Sciences, 2008)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Sonograms of Longissimus dorsi muscle (LDM) area were taken before slaughter on the last thoracic vertebra by an Aloka SSD-500. Three sonograms of each bull were taken with 60, 65 and 70% ultrasound intensity. A digital ...