Short communication: Genomic selection using a multi-breed, across-country reference population.

@article{Pryce2011ShortCG,
  title={Short communication: Genomic selection using a multi-breed, across-country reference population.},
  author={Jennie E. Pryce and Birgit Gredler and Sunduimijid Bolormaa and Phil J. Bowman and Christa Egger-Danner and Christian Fuerst and Reiner Emmerling and Johann S{\"o}lkner and M. E. Goddard and Ben J. Hayes},
  journal={Journal of dairy science},
  year={2011},
  volume={94 5},
  pages={2625-30}
}
Three breeds (Fleckvieh, Holstein, and Jersey) were included in a reference population, separately and together, to assess the accuracy of prediction of genomic breeding values in single-breed validation populations. The accuracy of genomic selection was defined as the correlation between estimated breeding values, calculated using phenotypic data, and genomic breeding values. The Holstein and Jersey populations were from Australia, whereas the Fleckvieh population (dual-purpose Simmental) was… CONTINUE READING
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