Genomewide Selection of Parental Inbreds : Classes of Loci and Virtual Biparental Populations

  title={Genomewide Selection of Parental Inbreds : Classes of Loci and Virtual Biparental Populations},
  author={Rex Bernardo},
Having information on the distribution of progeny in a biparental cross—before the cross is made—would be helpful. My objectives were (i) to determine if genomewide markers can be used to accurately predict genotypic values at different classes of loci between two parents (p1 and p2) and (ii) to propose and analyze the use of virtual populations for choosing parents in inbred development. prior estimates of genomewide marker effects (28,626 single nucleotide polymorphism loci) for silking date… CONTINUE READING
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