Long-term genetic contributions : Prediction of rates of inbreeding and genetic gain in selected populations

@inproceedings{Bijma2000LongtermGC,
  title={Long-term genetic contributions : Prediction of rates of inbreeding and genetic gain in selected populations},
  author={Piter Bijma},
  year={2000}
}
Long-term genetic contributions (r,) measure lasting gene flow from an individual i. By accounting for linkage disequilibrium generated by selection both within and between breeding groups (categories), assuming the infinitesimal model, a general formula was derived for the expected contribution of ancestor i in category q (ui( ,), given its selective advantages (sw). Results applied to overlapping generations with multiple modes of inheritance and selection indices. Genetic gain was related to… CONTINUE READING

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