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                      5     Abstract
                      9     1 – General introduction

                      23    2 – Exploration of variance, autocorrelation, and skewness of deviations
                            from lactation curves as resilience indicators for breeding

                      55    3 – Genetic analysis of resilience indicators based on milk yield records in
                            different lactations and at different lactation stages
                      81    4 – Validation of resilience indicators by estimating genetic correlations
                            among daughter groups and with yield responses to a heat wave and
                            disturbances at herd level
                      105   5 – Development of resilience indicator traits based on daily step count data
                            for dairy cattle breeding

                      129   6 – Between-herd variation in resilience and relations to herd performance
                      151   7 – Associations between resilience indicators based on daily milk yield in
                            first lactation and lifetime profitability
                      181   8 – General discussion

                      209   References
                      241   Summary

                      245   Curriculum vitae
                      251   Acknowledgements
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