Graduate students compete/present at Reciprocal Meat Conference poster session

Rachel Glascock and Clay Eastwood

Rachel Glascock and Clay Eastwood

Seven Meat Science graduate students presented their research work at the poster session of the American Meat Science Association Reciprocal Meat Conference held in Madison, Wisconsin, June 15-18, 2014. Two graduate students, Rachel Glascock and Clay Eastwood, participated in the Poster Competition. The other graduate students, Terri Blackmon, Sarah Chu, Hannah Laird, Tanner Luckemeyer, and Michael Yeater, participated in the general poster sessions.

These are the titles and authors of the posters. Please contact the authors for additional information regarding the research presented at the conference.

Blackmon, T., S. Smith, C. Kerth, and R. Miller. 2014. Producing premium grinds with brisket trimmings. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconsin. Paper 71.

Chu, S., R. Miller, and C. Kerth. 2014. Development of an intact muscle pork flavor lexicon. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconsin. Paper 96.

Eastwood, L. C., A. N. Arnold, K. B. Harris, R. K. Miller, and J. W. Savell. 2014. Impact of multiple antimicrobial interventions on ground beef quality. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconsin. Paper 40.

Glascock, R. A., R. K. Miller, C. R. Kerth, and K. Adhikari. 2014. Beef flavor and consumer perception. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconin. Paper 63.

Laird, H., R. K. Miller, and C. R. Kerth. 2014. Relationships between volatile flavor compounds and beef flavor descriptive attributes using principal component analysis. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconsin. Paper 82.

Luckemeyer, T., B. Hesteande, R. Miller, C. Kerth, J. Awika, and L. Rooney. 2014. Sorghum bran addition in bratwurst, pre-cooked pork patties and pre-cooked turkey patties. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconsin. Paper 33.

Yeater, M. C., K. R. Kirsch, T. M. Taylor, and W. N. Osburn. 2014. Effectiveness of innovative sanitizing products on controlling Listeria innocua on retail deli slicers. In: Proc. Recip. Meat Conf., Madison, Wisconsin. Paper 108.

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