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To determine whether and how common polymorphisms are associated with natural distributions of iris colors, we surveyed 851 individuals of mainly European descent at 335 SNP loci in 13 pigmentation genes and 419 other SNPs distributed throughout the genome and known or thought to be informative for certain elements of population structure. We identified… (More)
The problem of estimation of variance components based on diallel model for unbalanced data has been addressed. The least squares approach to quadratic estimation has been adopted in obtaining the explicit solutions for the design and genetic components of variance.
Phaeohyphomycosis comprises a spectrum of mycotic infectious diseases caused by heterogeneous group of phaeoid fungi. A subcutaneous cystic swelling with histological hallmark of pigmented hyphae in tissues accompanied by pyogenic granuloma is diagnostic of phaeohyphomycosis. We present two cases of phaeohyphomycosis in 65- and 55-year-old male… (More)
The present paper deals with the introduction of new experimental designs namely “Sudoku Designs”. The construction, analysis and application of sudoku designs are also discussed. The entire above is explained with the help of numerical examples.
Data on 30 three-way maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids formed from 5 inbred lines were subjected to the combining ability type of analysis. The relative importance of general and specific line effects in maize three-way hybrids was studied by the Ponnuswamy and Das (1973) method. It was also shown that this analysis provides the breeder with the basic information… (More)
The simple mating designs provide unbiased estimates for genetic components of variance (additive genetic variance and dominance variance) under the assumption of no epistatic effect. There is empirical evidence, however, that suggests the existence of epistatic gene effects. The triallel and double cross mating designs permit the estimation of epistatic… (More)