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Estimation of genetic values by best linear unbiased prediction procedure


, : Estimation of genetic values by best linear unbiased prediction procedure. Research Bulletin of the Hokkaido Agricultural Experiment Station ( 154): 65-82

This paper discusses the theory, applications and limitations of BLUP procedures using sire and animal models, advantages and disadvantages of single- and multiple-trait analyses, and principles of data transformation.

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