Lack of evidence of cytoplasmic inheritance in milk production traits of dairy cattle.

@article{Reed1987LackOE,
  title={Lack of evidence of cytoplasmic inheritance in milk production traits of dairy cattle.},
  author={Penelope Reed and L Dale Van Vleck},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={1987},
  volume={70 4},
  pages={
          837-41
        }
}
Heritability estimates, by year of freshening of daughter, were obtained from daughter-dam and granddaughter-granddam regressions using 61,482 triply matched first lactations of artificially sired Holstein cows obtained from the Northeast Dairy Records Processing Laboratory. After adjusting for herd-year-season effects, residual effects may include additive and other genetic effects of the animal, maternal effects, cytoplasmic effects, and other environmental effects. Analysis of residuals… CONTINUE READING

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