Comparison of biometrical approaches for QTL detection in multiple segregating families

@article{Liu2012ComparisonOB,
  title={Comparison of biometrical approaches for QTL detection in multiple segregating families},
  author={Wenxin Liu and Jochen C. Reif and Nicolas Ranc and Giovanni Della Porta and Tobias W{\"u}rschum},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={2012},
  volume={125},
  pages={987-998}
}
Detection of QTL in multiple segregating families possesses many advantages over the classical QTL mapping in biparental populations. It has thus become increasingly popular, and different biometrical approaches are available to analyze such data sets. We empirically compared an approach based on linkage mapping methodology with an association mapping approach. To this end, we used a large population of 788 elite maize lines derived from six biparental families genotyped with 857 SNP markers… CONTINUE READING
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