TITLE : Assessing Genomic Selection Prediction Accuracy in a Dynamic Barley Breeding Population

@inproceedings{Sallam2014TITLEA,
  title={TITLE : Assessing Genomic Selection Prediction Accuracy in a Dynamic Barley Breeding Population},
  author={Ahmad H Sallam and Jeffrey B. Endelman and J. L. Jannink and Kevin P. Smith},
  year={2014}
}
Prediction accuracy of genomic selection (GS) has been previously evaluated through simulation and cross-validation; however, validation based on progeny performance in a plant breeding program has not been investigated thoroughly. We evaluated several prediction models in a dynamic barley breeding population comprised of 647 six-row lines using four traits differing in genetic architecture and 1536 single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) markers. The breeding lines were divided into six sets… CONTINUE READING
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