A century after Fisher: time for a new paradigm in quantitative genetics.

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Quantitative genetics traces its roots back through more than a century of theory, largely formed in the absence of directly observable genotype data, and has remained essentially unchanged for decades. By contrast, molecular genetics arose from direct observations and is currently undergoing rapid changes, making the amount of available data ever greater… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.tig.2013.09.006

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@article{Nelson2013ACA, title={A century after Fisher: time for a new paradigm in quantitative genetics.}, author={Ronald M. Nelson and Mats E. Pettersson and {\"{O}rjan Carlborg}, journal={Trends in genetics : TIG}, year={2013}, volume={29 12}, pages={669-76} }