Scientific program

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Amsterdam, December 2, 2011:

1. Development of a candidate reference method for the simultaneous quantitation of boar taint compounds in back fat Jochen Fischer & Mathias WA?st (University of Bonn) Click here for the presentation.

2. U-HPLC-HR-MS ANALYSIS for simultaneous quantification of the boar taint compounds Karen Bekaert (Ghent University) Click here for the presentation.

3. Analysis of Androstenone, Skatole and Indole in biopsy boar samples Silvia Ampuero-Kragten (Agroscope Liebefeld-Posieux) Click here for the presentation.

4. Do we know enough about consumer perception of boar taint? A risk assessment Daniel MA�rlein (Georg-August-UniversitA�t GA�ttingen) Click here for the presentation.

5. The cross-classification of perceived product quality (short communications on poster, 2 minutes) Marcel Kornelis (LEI, part of Wageningen UR) Click here for the presentation.

6. Use of tainted boar meat for processed meat products (short communications on poster, 2 minutes) Lars Kristensen & Mari Ann TA?rngren (Danish Meat Research Institute) Presentation not online available.

7. Management and farm characteristics associated with boar taint on Dutch pig farms Coen van Wagenberg (LEI, part of Wageningen UR) Click here for the presentation.A�

8. Economic incentives and cost-effectiveness of options for boar taint prevention in the pork chain Natasha Valeeva (LEI, part of Wageningen UR) Presentation not onlineA�available.

9. Validation of a�?Human nosea�? method for boar taint detection Lene Meinert (Danish Meat Research Institute) Click here for the presentation.A�

10. THE hot-iron method for assessing boar taint: performance characteristics and technical procedures, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine. Karen Bekaert (Ghent University) Click here for the presentation.

11. A human nose scoring system for boar taint and its implications for detection in a slaughter line Lourens Heres (VION Food Group) Click here for the presentation.

12. Boar taint compounds measured using PTR-TOFM (short communications on poster, 2 minutes) Lars Kristensen (Danish Meat Research Institute) Presentation not online available.

13. Breeding for reduced boar taint in Pietrain sired crossbred males in Germany Ernst Tholen (University of Bonn) Presentation not online available.

14. Genetic solution to the problem of boar taint for production of entire males Pramod Mathur (IPG) Click here for the presentation.

15. Breeding against boar taint: the Swiss approach Chris Baes (Swiss College of Agriculture)A� Click here for the presentation.

16.A�The effect of androstenone, skatol and indol on semen quality (short communications on poster, 2 minutes) Chris Baes (Swiss College of Agriculture) Click here for the presentation.

17. Effect of feed restriction in immunocastrates on performance, carcass and meat quality a�� a comparison with ad libitum fed boars and surgical castrates Meta A?andek-Potokar (Agricultural Institute of Slovenia) Click here for the presentation.

18. Carcass quality and boar taint prevalence of barrows, immunocastrates and entire male pigs: evaluation on 20 commercial farms AND Effect of surgical castration, immunocastration and chicory-diet on the carcass, meat and eating quality of entire male pigs Marijke AluwA� (ILVO)A�A�Click here for the presentation.

19. Effects of sexual hormones on adrenocortical axis in pigs Armelle Prunier (INRA) Click here for the presentation.

20. Effect of immunocastration on ham quality parameters of male Duroc pigs for dry cured ham production Marina Gispert (IRTA) Click here for the presentation.

21. Quality of meat from entire, castrated or immunucastrated male pigs as affected by preslaughter handling (short communications on poster, 2 minutes) Benedicte Lebret (INRA) Click here for the presentation.

22. Management measures to reduce sexual behaviour in male pigs (short communications on poster, 2 minutes) Herman Vermeer (Wageningen UR, Livestock Research) Click here for the presentation.

23. Influence of sex and immunocastration on feed intake behavior, skatole and indole formation in pigs Ulrike Weiler (University of Hohenheim) Click here for the presentation.

24.A�Quality perception of boar meat with high levels of androstenone and skatole in a home environment. Marcel Kornelis and HariA�tte Snoek (LEI- part of Wageningen University and Research centre)A�Click here for the presentation.