Marker-assisted recurrent selection for cumulating additive and interactive QTLs in recombinant inbred lines

@article{Charmet1999MarkerassistedRS,
  title={Marker-assisted recurrent selection for cumulating additive and interactive QTLs in recombinant inbred lines},
  author={Gilles Charmet and Nathalie Robert and M. R. Perretant and Gilles Gay and Pierre Sourdille and C. Groos and St{\'e}phanie Bernard and Michel Bernard},
  journal={Theoretical and Applied Genetics},
  year={1999},
  volume={99},
  pages={1143-1148}
}
A computer program has been designed to manage marker information in recombinant inbred-line populations. The objective is to select pairs of inbred lines (either recombinant-inbred or doubled-haploid) to be intercrossed, in order to accumulate all or most favourable alleles, either with additive effects or with interactive effects. The population size required to have a 95% chance of obtaining the best line from a given cross is computed, taking into account the number of QTLs and the… CONTINUE READING
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