Papers presented at ICoMST 2018 in Melbourne, Australia

Ashley Arnold presenting her work at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology in Melbourne, Australia

Ashley Arnold presenting her work at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology in Melbourne, Australia

Rhonda Miller, Gordon Carstens, Ashley Arnold, Kayley Wall, Chris Kerth, and Jeff Savell of the Department of Animal Science at Texas A&M University participated in and presented papers at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology (ICoMST), which was held in Melbourne, Australia on August 12-17, 2018. Arnold presented her paper during the oral sessions and the rest of the papers were presented during the poster sessions.

Kayley Wall (right) discussing the findings of her research at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology in Melbourne, Australia

Kayley Wall (right) discussing the findings of her research at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology in Melbourne, Australia

Kayley Wall

Kayley Wall

Rhonda Miller discussing her poster at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology in Melbourne, Australia

Rhonda Miller discussing her poster at the 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology in Melbourne, Australia

Rhonda Miller

Rhonda Miller

There were approximately 450 attendees from countries around the world in Australia for the 64th ICoMST meetings. Sessions included provenance and fraud detection; food safety and microbiology; revolution in biometrics and consumer sensory sciences; value adding to meat and offal; next generation technologies to assess carcass and meat quality; glycolytic and proteolytic metabolism across species; smart packaging for quality, safety, and integrity; dietary muscle proteins for stage of life; and process control in the meat industry.

Papers

Here are the five papers presented at the conference:

Arnold, A. N., A. D. Belk, K. J. Nickelson, J. E. Sawyer, D. B. Griffin, T. M. Taylor, J. W. Savell, and K. B. Gehring. 2018. Impact of feeding stage, cattle source, and season on Salmonella prevalence in bovine lymph nodes. In: Proc. 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Melbourne, Australia. 

Miller, R. K., H. L. Laird, B. A. Beavers, C. R. Kerth, E. Chambers, IV, K. Adhikari, and S. Wang. 2018. Relationship between descriptive flavor and texture attributes and consumer liking of ground beef. In: Proc. 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Poster 2F82.

Parsons, I. L., G. E. Carstens, C. A. Olson, J. R. Johnson, W. C. Kayser, D. S. Hale, and R. K. Miller. 2018. Effects of residual feed intake classification on carcass-value traits in finishing beef cattle. In: Proc. 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Poster 3K230.

Tindel, S. B., A. R. Murray, A. N. Arnold, R. K. Miller, D. B. Griffin, K. B. Gehring, and J. W. Savell. 2018. Palatability and tenderness evaluation of beef top sirloin steaks from subprimals subjected to blade tenderization, postmortem aging or freezing treatments. In: Proc. 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Poster 3K276.

Wall, K., C. R. Kerth, and R. K. Miller. 2018. Metabolomics of cooked grass- or grain-fed beef steaks differing in marbling content and country of origin. In: Proc. 64th International Congress of Meat Science and Technology, Melbourne, Australia. Poster 2F87.

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