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Animal models for quantitative genetic analysis in rabbit breeding programs



Animal models for quantitative genetic analysis in rabbit breeding programs



Journal of Applied Rabbit Research 15: 104-130



The application of animal model procedures to the analysis of rabbit breeding experiments is reviewed. Types of animal models relevant to single-trait breeding value estimation of meat and wool traits are described, and illustrated with numerical examples. The multiple-trait mixed model procedure is mentioned as another type of animal model relevant to rabbit breeding.

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