A general method of detecting additive, dominance and epistatic variation for metrical traits I. Theory

@article{Kearsey1968AGM,
  title={A general method of detecting additive, dominance and epistatic variation for metrical traits I. Theory},
  author={Michael J. Kearsey and Joanne Jinks},
  journal={Heredity},
  year={1968},
  volume={23},
  pages={403-409}
}
IN any attempt to obtain efficient estimates of the additive, dominance and environmental components of variation for a metrical trait from second degree statistics three serious difficulties inevitably arise. Firstly it is assumed in most analyses that non-allelic interactions are absent although these analyses rarely provide a valid test of this assumption. There are obvious exceptions to this. Among the multiple mating designs the sole exception is the diallel analysis of Jinks and Hayman… CONTINUE READING
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