Comparison of GWAS models to identify non-additive genetic control of flowering time in sunflower hybrids

@inproceedings{Bonnafous2017ComparisonOG,
  title={Comparison of GWAS models to identify non-additive genetic control of flowering time in sunflower hybrids},
  author={Fanny Bonnafous and Ghislain Fievet and Nicolas Blanchet and Marie-Claude Boniface and S{\'e}bastien Carr{\`e}re and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Gouzy and Ludovic Legrand and Gwenola Marage and Emmanuelle Bret-Mestries and St{\'e}phane Mu{\~n}os and Nicolas Pouilly and Patrick Vincourt and Nicolas B Langlade and Brigitte Mangin},
  booktitle={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2017}
}
Key messageThis study compares five models of GWAS, to show the added value of non-additive modeling of allelic effects to identify genomic regions controlling flowering time of sunflower hybrids.AbstractGenome-wide association studies are a powerful and widely used tool to decipher the genetic control of complex traits. One of the main challenges for hybrid crops, such as maize or sunflower, is to model the hybrid vigor in the linear mixed models, considering the relatedness between… CONTINUE READING
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