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Elizabeth Ann Dunnington

Genetics


B.S. - Animal Science, Virginia Tech
M.S. - Dairy Science, Virginia Tech
Ph.D. - Quantitative Genetics, Virginia Tech

ALS 3104 - Animal Breeding and Genetics
APSC 1504 - APSC First Year Experience
APSC 2464 - Introduction to Companion Animals
APSC 3064 - Companion and Laboratory Animal Science
ALS/BIOL 4574 - Social Behavior of Birds and Mammals

Effects of natural versus artificial selection,

Genetics of:  growth, immunoresponsiveness, animal behavior

Dunnington EA, Siegel PB. (2008) Mating frequency in male Japanese quail: A long-term selection experiment. Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2008.

Dunnington EA, Siegel PB (2008) Growth in chickens 1. Responses to selection - generations 0 through 27. Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2008.

Dunnington EA, Siegel PB (2008) Growth in chickens  2. Introgression of the dwarf gene. Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2008.

Wood CM, Beal WE, Dunnington EA, Eversole DE, Jiang H, McElroy AP, Splan RK, Wahlberg ML.  Capstone experiences in animal and poultry sciences:  Opportunity and challenge. ASAS Abstract

Wood CM, Beal WE, Dunnington EA, Eversole DE, McElroy AP, Splan RK. A holistic approach to undergraduate curriculum review and revision in animal and poultry sciences:  Process and results. ASAS Abstract

Dunnington, EA and Siegel, PB, PowerPoint Presentation: “Growth in Chickens: 3A. Body Weight at Sexual Maturity, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2009.

Dunnington, EA and Siegel, PB, PowerPoint Presentation: “Growth in Chickens: 3B. Age and Body Weight at Sexual Maturity, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2009.

Dunnington, EA and Siegel, PB, PowerPoint Presentation: “Growth in Chickens: 4. Anorexia and Sexual Maturity, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2009.

Dunnington and Siegel, “Mating Frequency in Chickens”, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2010.

Dunnington, Dalloul, Siegel, “Immunoresponsiveness in Chickens – 1. The Selection Experiment”, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2010

Dunnington, Dalloul, Siegel, “Immunoresponsiveness in Chickens – 2. Correlated Responses to Selection”, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2010

Dunnington, Dalloul, Siegel, “Immunoresponsiveness in Chickens – 3. Alloantigen Systems”, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2010.

Wood, CA, Knight JW, Dunnington EA 2010 Use of an e-Portfolio in Outcomes Assessment. Abstract for ASAS – July 2010

Dunnington, Dalloul, Siegel, Genetics of Immune Response in Chickens: 4. Viral and Bacterial Challenges. Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2011.

Dunnington, O’Sullivan, Siegel, Early and Late Feathering in Chickens: A Method of Determining Gender. Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2011.

Dunnington, Gilbert, Siegel, Growth in Chickens 6. Glucose Tolerance, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2012

Dunnington, Gilbert, Siegel, Growth in Chickens 7. Central Insulin Sensitivity, Animal Science Image Gallery, http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov, 2012

Dunnington EA, Honaker CF, McGilliard ML, Siegel PB. 2013. Phenotypic responses of chickens to long-term, bidirectional selection for juvenile body weight – Historical Perspective. Poultry Science 92:1724.

    Ann Dunnington