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Paul B. Siegel

Genetics


BS - 1953, University of Connecticut
MS - 1954, Kansas State University
PhD - 1956, Kansas State University

Publications (2014 - June 2016):

Siegel, P. B. 2014. Evolution of the modern broiler and feed efficiency. Ann. Rev. Anim. Biosciences. 2:375-385.

 

Dunnington, E. A., P. Callo, and P. B. Siegel. 2014. Growth in chickens: 5. Variation in vocal maturation. Anim. Sci. Image Gallery (PowerPoint presentation designed for high school and college genetics courses). [NAL 5203]: http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov/browse.php.

 

Dunnington, E. A., and P. B. Siegel. 2014. Growth in chickens: Responses to selection. Anim. Sci. Image Gallery (PowerPoint presentation designed for high school and college genetics courses). [NAL 5206]: http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov/browse.php.

 

Dunnington, E. A., and P. B. Siegel. 2014. Growth in chickens: Relaxed selection, 0-54. Anim. Sci. Image Gallery (PowerPoint presentation designed for high school and college genetics courses). [NAL 5207]: http://anscigallery.nal.usda.gov/browse.php.

 

Meng, H., Y. Zhang, L. Zhao, W. Zhao, C. He, C. F. Honaker, Z. Zhai, Z. Sun, and P. B. Siegel.  2014. Body weight selection affects quantitative genetic correlated responses in gut microbiota. PLoS One 9:1-7.

 

Zhang, S., R. McMillan, M. Hulver, P. B. Siegel, L. Sumners, W. Zhang, M. Cline, and E. Gilbert. 2014. Chickens selected for high body weight show relative impairment in fatty acid oxidation efficiency and metabolic flexibility in skeletal muscle and white adipose tissue. Int. J. Obes. 38:1374-1382.

 

Loyau, T., A. Collin, C. Yenisey, S. Crochet, P. B. Siegel, M. Aksit, and S. Yalcin. 2014. Exposure of embryos to cyclically cold incubation temperatures durably affects energy metabolism and anti-oxidant pathways in broiler chickens. Poult. Sci. 93:2078-2086.

 

Sumners, L. H., W. Zhang, X. Zhao, C. F. Honaker, S. Zhang, M. A. Cline, P. B. Siegel, and E. R. Gilbert. 2014. Chickens from lines artificially selected for juvenile low and high body weight differ in glucose homeostasis and pancreas physiology. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part A: Mol. Integr. Physiol. 172:57-65.

 

Siegel, P. B., and C. F. Honaker. 2014. General principles of stress and well-being. Pages 14-23 in: Livestock Handling and Transport. 4th Edition. T. Grandin (ed.) CABI Pub. Co., New York, NY.

 

Zhao, X., L. H. Sumners, E. R. Gilbert, P. B. Siegel, W. Zhang, M. A. Cline. 2014. Delayed feeding after hatch caused compensatory increases in blood glucose concentration in fed chicks from low but not high body weight lines. Poult. Sci. 93:617-624.

 

Lewis, R. M., P. B. Siegel, and I. Kyriazakis. 2014. Genetic sensitivity to pathogenesis: response to E. maxima challenge in high and low antibody selection lines of chickens. Proc. 10th World Cong. Genet. Appl. Livest. Prod., Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 

Pinto, F. L., A. –M. Molin, E. R. Gilbert, C. Honaker, P. Siegel, G. Andersson, L. Andersson, and D. –J. de Koning. 2014. Whole transcriptome sequencing in reciprocal crosses suggests parent-of-origin effects on gene expression in the chicken genome. Proc. 10th World Cong. Genet. Appl. Livest. Prod., Vancouver, BC, Canada.

 

Rice, B. B., W. Zhang, S. Bai, P. B. Siegel, M. A. Cline, and E. R. Gilbert. 2014. Insulin-induced hypoglycemia associations with gene expression changes in liver and hypothalamus of chickens from lines selected for low or high body weight. Gen. Comp. Endocrinol. 208:1-4.

 

Tu, Y., and P. B. Siegel. 2015. Asymmetries in chickens from lines selected and relaxed for high or low antibody titers to sheep red blood cells. Asian-Australas. J. Anim. Sci. 28:323-327.

 

Zhang, W., S. Kim, R. Settlage, W. McMahon, L. H. Sumners, P. B. Siegel, B. J. Dorshorst, M. A. Cline, and E. R. Gilbert. 2015. Hypothalamic differences in expression of genes involved in monoamine synthesis and signaling pathways after insulin injection in chickens from lines selected for high and low body weight. Neurogenetics. 16:133-144.

 

Yi, J., E. Gilbert, P. B. Siegel, and M. Cline. 2015. Fed and fasted chicks from lines divergently selected for low or high body weight have differential hypothalamic appetite-associated factor mRNA expression profiles. Behav. Brain Res. 286:58-63.

 

Zhao, X., W. Ren, P. B. Siegel, J. Li, H. Yin, Y. Liu, Y. Wang, Y. Zhang, C. F. Honaker, and Q. Zhu. 2015. Housing systems interacting with sex and genetic line affect broiler growth and carcass traits. Poult. Sci. 94:1711-1717.

 

Parker, G. A., L. H. Sumners, X. Xhao, C. F. Honaker, P. B. Siegel, M. A. Cline, and E. R. Gilbert. 2015. Delayed access of low body weight-selected chicks to food at hatch is associated with up-regulated pancreatic glucagon and glucose transporter gene expression. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. Part A: Mol. Integr. Physiol. 189:124-129.

 

Sheng, Z., M. Pettersson, C. Honaker, P. Siegel, O. Carlborg. 2015. Standing genetic variation as a major contributor to adaptation in the Virginia chicken lines selection experiment. Genome Biol. 16: 219. doi:1-.1186/s13059-015-0785-z.

 

Alexander, M., S. Y. W. Ho, M. Molak, R. Barnett, O. Carlborg, B. Dorshorst, C. Honaker, F. Besnier, P. Wahlberg, K. Dobney, P. Siegel, L. Andersson, and G. Larson. 2015. Mitogenomic analysis of a 50-generation chicken pedigree reveals a rapid rate of mitochondrial evolution and evidence for paternal mtDNA inheritance. Bio. Lett. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2015.0561.

 

Lu, Y., J. S. Bradley, P. B. Siegel, N. Yang, and S. E. Johnson. 2016. Selection for divergent body size alters rates of embryonic skeletal muscle formation and muscle gene expression patterns. Develop. Growth Differen. 57:614-624.

 

McConn, B. R., J. Yi, E. R. Gilbert, P. B. Siegel, V. S. Chowdhury, M. Furuse, M. A. Cline. 2016. Stimulation of food intake after central administration of gonadotropin-inhibitory hormone is similar between genetically selected low and high body weight lines of chickens. Gen. Comp. Endocrocrin.  doi: 10.1016/j.ygcen.2016.01.004.

 

Thaxton, Y., K. Christenson, J. Mench, E. Rumley, C. Daughtery, B. Feinberg, M. Parker, C. Scanes, and P. B. Siegel. 2016. Symposium: Animal welfare challenges for today and tomorrow. Poult. Sci. http://dx.doi.org/10.3382/ps/pew099.

 

Landler, L. and P. B. Siegel. 2016. The mysterious topographic bias: no magnetic effects on the chick embryo alignment? Ann. Zool. Fennici 53: 113-119.

    Paul Siegel

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