Increased Genomic Prediction Accuracy in Wheat Breeding Through Spatial Adjustment of Field Trial Data

  title={Increased Genomic Prediction Accuracy in Wheat Breeding Through Spatial Adjustment of Field Trial Data},
  author={Bettina Lado and Iv{\'a}n Matus and Alejandra Soriano Rodr{\'i}guez and Luis Inostroza and Jesse Poland and François Belzile and Alejandro Del Pozo and Martin C. Quincke and Marina Castro and Jarislav von Zitzewitz},
In crop breeding, the interest of predicting the performance of candidate cultivars in the field has increased due to recent advances in molecular breeding technologies. However, the complexity of the wheat genome presents some challenges for applying new technologies in molecular marker identification with next-generation sequencing. We applied genotyping-by-sequencing, a recently developed method to identify single-nucleotide polymorphisms, in the genomes of 384 wheat (Triticum aestivum… CONTINUE READING
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